major pita w/LSI Tyan TA26 combo
V. T. Mueller
freebsd-amd64 at datafarm.de
Mon Mar 6 08:28:11 PST 2006
Freddie Cash schrieb:
> On Sunday 05 March 2006 08:48 am, Vivek Khera wrote:
>>Interesting... They never said that to me. I have an issue with an
>>external Dell Powervault array that always reports failure of
>>whatever is in position 0 once the array is active. It will format
>>it, etc. without failure. If I swap the channels on the 320-2X card,
>>the error stays with position 0 on the array. If I drop the channel
>>down to U160 from U320, no errors. This leads me to believe that the
>>backplane of the array box is not up to spec for U320.
> Is that connected to a riser card that is connected to the motherboard?
> We only have problems when the MegaRAID card is plugged into a riser card.
> When it's plugged directly into the motherboard, it runs perfectly.
We used to have problems with adapters running at 66MHz or more
using risercards in a number of Tyan S2707. Those risercards came
from Chenbro, along with the cases. By replacing them with Tyan
risercards (which became available a few months *after* the boards)
those problems vanished.
And now comes the interesting part: Months later, problems began to
reoccur. In the end we found out that the power supplies were of
somewhat low quality. Replacing the power supply helped in every
system that was affected.
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