[ILUG] Linux Compatible ATA Raid Cards.
typedef at eircom.net
Fri Apr 22 09:55:33 IST 2005
Lisa Muir wrote:
> Hi Guys,
> Can anyone recommend linux compatible PCI ATA Raid cards. I picked up,
> and waited for a couple of Adaptec 1200's to arrive, and foolishly
> assumed that they'd be as supported as any other Adaptec scsi card etc
> that I've ever got.
> They use a highpoint raid controller which the debian installer kernel
> doesn't support, and which the Suse installer kernel supports as an
> non raided IDE card.
> Anyone got any recommendations on what to go for?
> Yes, it must be IDE, must be PCI, and eh, yeah, must be linux!
> Would be great if it was available in dublin, I'd like to work on
> these this weekend.
When I wanted to do RAID 1 for nothing, I picked up a bog standard
el-cheapo from Maplin, which *just works* and then did ye olde
dependable Linux Software Raid Solution.
I think the card cost me, €20, or €60 or something of a similar ilk.
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