Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 504428
Dmraid results for PCI SIL 3124 Raid card
Last modified: 2010-07-01 06:27:54 EDT
Created attachment 346762 [details]
Description of problem:
As requested the results of booting the may2009 boot.iso which fails to detect a raid1 configuration on a SIL 3124 PCI (fake)Raid card.
The setup is a Biostar Nforce2 motherboard with a SIL 3124 4port
Raid Card pci card with 2 250Gb hard drives attached. The drives are configured
with one 'legacy (bootable)' 100GB mirrored drive and a 132Gb mirrored drive
(this is using the language used in the Sil Windows utility). The 100Gb
mirrored drive has a 30Gb primary partition with Windows XP installed.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Seems to be every boot produces the same result (attempted three times)
See attached dmraid -a y -vvv output, anaconda.log and storage.log
Created attachment 346763 [details]
Created attachment 346764 [details]
As is clearly shown by the dmraid output, dmraid does not recognize your
disks as part of a dmraid set. Until that is fixed there is nothing we
(the anaconda team) can do.
Changing component to dmraid.
This bug appears to have been reported against 'rawhide' during the Fedora 11 development cycle.
Changing version to '11'.
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