redhat enterprise 4 issue
danno at internet2.edu
Sun Apr 9 22:54:20 CDT 2006
one option you might consider is removing the RAID controller and using
I don't know for sure that the 2400 is the same, but my 2450 has an
onboard adaptec scsi - you might have to enable it in the bios.
On Fri, Apr 07, 2006 at 10:12:31AM -0500, Vladimir_Silva at dell.com wrote:
> Hello Frederico !
> The link below (from the RHEL 4 Release has some interesting
> Both Dell and LSI Logic have indicated that they no longer support these
> models below in the 2.6 kernel. As a result, these adapters are not
> supported in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4:
> * Dell PERC (dual-channel fast/wide SCSI) RAID controller
> * Dell PERC2/SC (single-channel Ultra SCSI) RAID controller
> * Dell PERC2/DC (dual-channel Ultra SCSI) RAID controller
> * Dell CERC (four-channel ATA/100) RAID controller
> * MegaRAID 428
> * MegaRAID 466
> * MegaRAID Express 500
> * HP NetRAID 3Si and 1M
> Is your PERC adaptec or LSI ?
> Vladimir Silva
> From: linux-poweredge-bounces at dell.com
> [mailto:linux-poweredge-bounces at dell.com] On Behalf Of Federico Fros
> Sent: Friday, April 07, 2006 9:40 AM
> To: linux-poweredge-Lists
> Subject: redhat enterprise 4 issue
> Hello, i need to upgrade from redhat 3 enterprise to redhat 4
> enterprise in a dell poweredge 2400 with raid 5.
> The problem is that I cant upgrade, i think its a problem with the
> raid controller.
> I try to make a clean intallation, but que same problem. "Cant transfer
> the image to hard disk".
> Redhat enterprise 3 installation was perfect, but y need redhat 4.
> Thank you very much!
> Sorry abouth my english.
> Federico Fros.
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