You can not post a blank message. Sign up using Facebook. Go to original post. Guillaume Filion 1 8 Thanks to Chopper3 for pointing me in the right direction. SPP is now running, I’ll keep you updated. I’m afraid you will have no luck with the Bi controller.
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The problem is that the firmware was too old for the Windows Server R2 Bi driver.
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Don’t even think about using automatic upgrade either like Firmware DVD suggests when booting from ISO image as it hp b110i raid just end up getting stuck in X11 desktop with default cursor. Ok, finally figured out what was wrong!
Although it hhp protect hp b110i raid from a disk failure, there are plenty more ways to lose data. Sign up using Email and Password. Thanks in advance to all. This is not a true fault tolerance or ha settings, think of it as a kind of “smart backup”: V110i my mind, in fact, before to discover this – bad – notice, there hp b110i raid the project to use the first two disk in a RAID 1 configuration on wich install ESXi and the VM’s datastore and use the third this for VM’s backup purpose.
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SPP is now running, I’ll keep you updated. Post as a guest Name. Yes, I know that is more secure to store backups data on another location, external to the hp b110i raid.
I’m afraid you will have no luck with rsid Bi controller. Hp b110i raid content has been marked as final. Hi, as you know, the Bi RAID is a software ho and you will not be able to create a raid 1 between the 2nd and 3rd disk.
But the reason of this post was “wich is the more efficient way to use my hp b110i raid the three disks to reach a reasonable fault tolerance of the entire system?
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