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Old 10-26-2004, 05:44 AM   #1
davidem
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slackware 10.0 Proliant ML330 and CSB6 ATA-RAID controller


Hi everyone. I've got problems installing Slackware 10.0 onto a Compaq Proliant ML330 equipped with a CSB6 ATA-RAID controller, configured in RAID1 mode.

I use 'ataraid.i' kernel during boot sequence.

The boot procedure seems to correctly recognize the ATA-RAID controller:
SvrWks CSB6: IDE controller at PCI slot 00:0e.0
SrvWks CSB6: chipset revision 160
SrvWks CSB6: not 100% native mode: will probe irqs later

After bootting-up the server I'm unable to partition the hard drive: which partition should I use with fdisk command?

Can anyone help me?

TIA

davide@rimini.com
 
  


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