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Re: OpenBSD on Compaq ProLiant DL360R01
At 08:43 AM 1/15/2001, you wrote:
>I want to install 2.8 on Compaq ProLiant DL360R01. When I boot from CD it
>find all ethernet cards and then identifies Symbios Ultra2 Wide adapter
>while it has Compaq SmartArray controller with Ultra3 wide support. Then
>When I look at HW compatibility list on http://www.openbsd.org/i386.html
>RAID and Cache Controllers
>Compaq Smart ARRAY RAID controllers (cac), including:
>Compaq Integrated Array
>Compaq IDA, IDA-2
>Compaq RAID LC2
>Compaq Smart Array 221, 3100ES, 3200, 4200, 4250ES, 431
>Compaq SMART, SMART-2/E, SMART-2/P, SMART-2SL, SMART-2DH
>Have anyone installed OpenBSD on this server?
If you can live without the RAID functionality, you can yank the SmartArray
controller thing. It looks like a SO-DIMM, near the front of the case but
the main blower.
When you boot back up, the Symbios/NCR SCSI controller(s) should be recognized.
As always, YMMV.
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