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Many desktop and workstation boards do not support INT I received the exact same dmesg output described in the question. We can see configurations in megacli like Virtual Drive with RAID 0 over one physical drive, we have this settings because physical drives attached to raid controller, and for representing the device to the system we must set it in megacli. Retrieved from ” https: Understand that you should only use caching if you have good UPS power to the system.
Since assigning a password to root is generally accepted as a best practice, there is a way to set MSM so that is bypasses the login screen. Did anyone had similar issues?
I’ve been through dmesg twice entirely and cannot see anything suspicious that could be related. Sign up or ubutu in Sign up using Google.
You need to install drivers for the RAID controller. Failed to init firmware Thanks for any help!
Installing LSI MegaRAID Storage Manager on Ubuntu 64 bit Desktop – djmobley
Please change the filenames to match your versions etc. FW now in Ready state [ 1. First, Thank you for posting this very clean and concise article. As you noted, MSM requires the root user and password access the interface.
It’s a fail, I have the exact same symptoms. Sign up using Email and Ubyntu. I think you meant setting up a password for root is NOT a best practice, and I agree.
ubuntu – Hardware RAID not recognized by OS – Super User
Or use the server edition that’s likely to have them already. As we look for simple output that shows the virtual drives structure, its hard to get ubunty with megacli.
Of special interest is the storage detection phase.
Views Page Discussion View source History. One note of interest that may help other users. Eventually we want to get the information ubunru the mapping between linux devices and virtual drives raid devices.
LSI MegaRaid Storage Manager on Ubuntu Linux Desktop (with GUI)
I’ve just seen this answer from MSI here:. Check with lspci -v that the driver is actually attached. I have a new configuration with the following hardware: FW now in Ready state [ 1.
I have to say that I’m not an expert though MegaCli not providing all the information we need like mapping to linux devices and raid level readableso we are going to use some extra tools.