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How to check the RAID Configuration

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I have HP server with Array configuration utility installed . I would like to know how to check the server RAID configuration without causing any harm or change to the server.

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Just by going into the array config utility, you should be able to view everything without making any changes. The good thing about the utility is that it provides clear warnings and prompts if you DO make any changes. As with anything that has the potential to ruin your server, explore with caution.
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Here's a sample display from one of my servers:
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