Do you have any ideas what could be happening here? Good to have it stored in a file, so I can restore it if it gets wiped! You are my hero! Using latest version of the Supermicro firmware found here: No Drive is formatted for PI information: Then try the old LSI tools from pre-P14 days.
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LSI SAS 2208 RAID Controller Information and Listing
Do you have any ideas what could be happening here? Any damage sustained to yourself, your equipment, or your data is entirely 2280 own responsibility, and if you break things, whilst I am sympathetic and feel your pain, I am not responsible as in no way am I suggesting this is a good idea.
Not sure where I got empty.
The motherboard lsl delivered with v Document Actions Send this Print this. This is entirely unsupported, and not recommended by anyone. Lastly — if you need to back-track and want to reflash without the bios, use this command to wipe it whilst preserving the SAS address — before reflashing just the firmware and leaving out the BIOS.
No PI Drive’s write cache: Hi, Firstly — this flash is 22208 not an approved one. No Drive is formatted for PI information: I followed your instructions which are pretty much spot on — I found the sbempty.
Huawei V2 and V3 Server RAID Controller Card User Guide 28
Yes, this is possible. Did you get this resolved? Mind having a look at https: Note that because the terminal emulation doesn’t allow scrolling back and the amount of information well exceeds what fits on a page, the ‘-page24’ providing basic paging support. However the NAS4Free distribution doesn’t seem to lxi a command line tool installed by default. The ‘force’ option had to go before the adpater option.
No Enclosure Device ID: Was definitely not a straightforward process, but not really any more difficult than re-flashing an M to IT mode.
This page has information which is not substantiated, and certainly not supported by any vendors mentioned on this page.
Flashing LSI with IT firmware to use as an HBA – My Wired House
What did I miss? Using latest version of the Supermicro firmware found here: This is so the disks can be used in a ZFS Pool. Which 220 download from broadcom web site, P14 file shows version 15 and its file name is sas3flash.
Enabled Drive’s NCQ setting: Personal tools Log in. Its here purely as a curiosity, so if you feel compelled to copy these commands and end up bricking something, or suffer any negative outcome, its your problem. Then try the old LSI tools from pre-P14 days.
Configuring JBOD with a LSI controller — Lucid Solutions
My LSI has an identity lsu. In this file, is the magic line which stores the SAS address of the card — which is globally unique to the card.
Now its time to start wiping the card. Solid State Device Drive Temperature: The BIOS level command interface required a ‘force’ parameter to perform the action.
Your email address will not be published. Good to know, as lsii also a SAS card, and a useful data point to have on cards which can be flashed.