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Hardware Raid Controllers

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Well, My boss and I at work, have tried and tried to get an Adaptec 130-family HW Raid controller... It only sees it as a SCSI adapter....

We need a list ie at least 3 different manufacturers which make Raid controllers and have been tested with Linux.
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You can find what there is to know at http://linas.org/linux/raid.html.

At the moment, the picture is not as promising as you might like. The DPT controllers are the only ones with really good support in the production kernels. That's what I'm running on my server.

-Graham
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Thanx for the input!


Could you please email me any more info. you have?

My boss and I are very interested in using Linux as much as possible, and are having a tough time finding stuuf that meets our needs, if you could please email me at belmichion@yahoo.com or mfreeman@fulbright.com and give me any more info you can... I appreciate your answer.
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