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Arcserve D2D r15 / 16 disk discovery issue

Posted on 2011-09-22
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Hi people,

Having a problem with Arcserve D2D r15 / r16 not finding the 'current destination disk/volume layout' when trying to restore my test dell poweredge for a networked NAS. Setup with 3 x 37gb disk as RAID5

If I boot using the D2D disks on say, my optiplex 780, I can see the local disk partion of the pc and can restore. However, I need be able to run a restore to that server if failure occurs on a particular live unit.

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Problem has now been resolved. It was due to the RAID driver in undetected driver area not being avalible. Downloaded the LSI SCSI Raid PERC2 driver from dell and installed the 'oem' driver version and disks were detected.

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