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HP DL360 was booting from SAN and now won't

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I've got a DL360 server that's been booting from a SAN quite happily. In order to create some extra disk space I installed some disks into the server and created a RAID 5 logical drive. Without making any other changes the server now seem to be looking to it's RAID controller to boot instead of the SAN. Where can I change the default boot preferance?

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You should be able to change the boot controller order in BIOS to the HBAs are listed before the RAID controller, F10 for setup.
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