Low Profile U320 RAID support
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Wed Mar 3 13:55:39 PST 2004
Thanks for your reply, Stefan. Unfortunately, that card is U160 and is
not low profile. If I have to settle for U160, I'll probably go with
another 2100 (the low profile is more important than 2 channels), but I
figure there *has* to be a U320 RAID solution for FreeBSD, I just hope
there's a low profile one :-/.
On Wed, 3 Mar 2004, Stefan Cars wrote:
> Hi, i have been running with with Adaptec 3410S card on a box and it works
> very good.
> > Hi:
> > I need to build a newer, faster FBSD server to replace one running RAID 1
> > with an Adaptec 2100s and have the following requirements for the RAID
> > card:
> > 1 channel (2 preferable)
> > U320 SCSI
> > low profile (going into a 2RU box, want to avoid a riser)
> > supported by FreeBSD 4.9
> > I'm not particularly interested in SATA or zero channel solutions unless I
> > have no other options (experiences with 0 channel RAID welcome), but I
> > can't seem to find anything that meets all of these requirements.
> > The Adaptec 2200S would be ideal, but alas, there's no FreeBSD driver for
> > it.
> > Please respond directly, as I am not subscribed to either list.
> > TIA,
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