Up to four of the total adapters in a system may be selected as bootable. Since some changes only take effect after your system reboots, it is important that you exit the Configuration utility properly. To wait for any key after displaying a message, specify Yes. The two new array type options are described in the text that appears on the screen. For more information, see Section D. Pause When Boot Alert Displayed.
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Press Y to start the synchronization, or N to cancel it. The Revision ID of this adapter.
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Loguc the maximum data width in bits. Synchronizing an array means that the firmware synchronizes the data on the secondary disk s with the data on the primary disk of the mirror. Throughout the Configuration utility GUI, selections that are not permissible are grayed out. Of the two different integrated-mirroring configurations, only RAID1 arrays can be created to keep previous data.
If the utility is available, this message also appears during bootup:. This message remains on the screen for about five mtp, giving you time to start the utility. Note – If the server is rebooted before the volume synchronization is completed, the resync resumes when the server boots.
Follow these steps to start a synchronization for a RAID 1 volume. The first disk will be mirrored onto the second disk, so the data you want to keep must be on fussion first disk added to the volume.
From this screen you can start a verification of all sectors on the device see Device Verify Screen. The disk does not meet the minimum requirements for use in a RAID fusiom. The behavior of executable items varies throughout the Configuration Utility. While the cursor is on the Device Identifier, you can fuslon the following actions:.
The master boot records MBR of other disks in the array are deleted. Press Enter, type in a value and then press Enter again to specify a new timeout value.
Select a minimum of two disks in this column. If the controller indicates a failure, the service processor lights the fault LED on the corresponding disk drive and logs the error in the SP event log.
Indicates the SCSI identifier of an adapter  or . The Create New Array screen shown below allows you to select disks for a new array. Disk is too small to mirror existing data. Then reboot the system to clear memory.
Reset error counts for this Phy only Reset error counts for all Phys Cancel. Specifies the information display mode of the BIOS during boot. Press Enter to execute the function associated to the field. If one volume is already configured, follow these steps to add a second volume. The status of the array. Note – RAID 1 provides protection against the failure of a single disk. Disk has been set inactive. The hot-spare disk provides additional protection by automatically replacing a member of the array, if one should fail.
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SCSI BIOS Configuration Utility
Indicates the SCSI identifier of the device. CHS Mapping allows two settings:. After the volume is configured, press C to create the array. This message remains on your screen for about five seconds, allowing you to start the utility. Also allows deleting a hot-spare disk and leaving fuison array otherwise operational.