Some thoughts 'bout scsi controllers
Juergen.Dankoweit at t-online.de
Thu Jun 7 11:44:34 UTC 2007
Hello Scott, hello Nico,
in our company we had the best experience with MegaRAID and ICP-Vortex
controllers. They made no problems, ran very fast and stable.
Am Donnerstag, den 07.06.2007, 12:46 +0200 schrieb Nico -telmich-
> Hello Scott,
> Scott Long [Thu, Jun 07, 2007 at 04:25:38AM -0600]:
> > Nico -telmich- Schottelius wrote:
> > >- amr: the 'old' megaraid (=lsi) scsi (parallel)/sata driver: Seems to
> > > be also one of the recommended chips, though there where/are issues
> > > about unmaintained lsi drivers
> > Excuse me? I'm the maintainer of this driver, and I've never heard
> > from you.
> That's true. My information from
> is outdated in that case. Sorry for the confusion.
> > >We are looking on several servers and variants to replace the broken
> > >sc1425 with the
> > >39320 in it. I think one option would be a dell pe2950 (with perc5i/mfi)
> > >or to get a mpt or amr supported u320 card.
> > The MPT and AMR cards are not equivalent.
> Which of those both would you recommened to use?
> > >Though, still not sure whether the dell pe2950 will not be the cause for
> > >new errors.
> > The Dell 2950 platform works very well with FreeBSD.
> Ok, so I think we'll order one of those and migrate our mailserver
> to that machine, so we've more time to debug the AHD issues without
> the problem that the productive system is freezing.
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