well-supported SATA RAID card?
praxis at dmglobal.net
Sat Mar 11 04:30:57 UTC 2006
3ware cards have worked fantastically for me... until I tried using them
with the Tyan S5360-1U Motherboard. I've not been able to boot any
distro of FreeBSD 5.x or 6.x with this board and the 3ware 95x series or
8x series SATA cards.
However, other then that 1 board incompatibility, they've worked like a
champ for me for years.
Mike Tancsa wrote:
> At 04:01 AM 10/03/2006, Brian Szymanski wrote:
>> After not having much success with the hptmv driver for highpoint's
>> rocketraid 1820A, I'm wondering if other folks have had good luck with
>> SATA RAID cards with at least 6 ports... Is there a SATA RAID card with
>> utilities that let you manage while the OS is running that folks have had
>> good luck with? I've been happy with the megaraid series on linux at my
>> job, but I'm wondering if the management utilities are there on freebsd,
> The 3Ware cards work really well under FreeBSD. I have dozens I have
> been using for some time and they work and work well. Highly
> recommended. Over the years I am sure I have replaced a few dozen dead
> drives and have not (knock on wood) had any issues rebuilding degraded
> sets. Another card I have been recently using is the ARECA. Its quite a
> fast card and has a similar set of management utilities. I have not been
> using it as long as the 3ware, but it seems pretty good too.
> Both cards will install out of the box FreeBSD. The management apps can
> be downloaded for free from www.3ware.com and ftp.areca.com.tw
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