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SubjectRe: hardware raid (adaptec 1200A)?
nbecker@fred.net wrote:
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> I'm setting up a new machine with a pair of IDE drives connected to
> adaptec 1200A controller. I defined a RAID-0 array using the adaptec
> bios, but linux doesn't see it as a single drive. It just sees two
> drive, hde and hdg (each at their physical sizes). Any hints?

I think the adaptec 1200A is just another low-cost
not-quite-hardware-raid controller. As far as I have heared it is based
on Highpoint-Tech's HPT370. There is raid-0 support implemented in the
kernel.

be sure to enable CONFIG_BLK_DEV_ATARAID_HPT=y

The volumes should show up as /dev/ataraid/d[0-9]p[0-9] (major
blockdevice number 114).

bye,
Wilfried


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