Posted on 2014-01-13
Last Modified: 2014-02-06

How do I monitoring the RAID on a Debian 6.0 with LSI RAID controllerchip (Fujitsu S26361-F3554-L512)?

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What model is the controller?
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Netman66 earned 250 total points
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There is  software for MegaRAID called Storage Manager for Linux.  If it's embedded, that software is generally available from the hardware vendor (IBM, Gateway, etc).

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It's from Fujitsu but the chip is LSI2108 like LSI MegaRAID SAS9260 card.

Yes there is Storage Manager for Linux but only for RedHat and Suse, not Debian.
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Mazdajai earned 250 total points
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This is a Fujitsu card with LSI Raid-on chip (LSI2108) , you need to download MegaCLI or MegaRaid as Netman66 mentioned:

However, LSI SAS 2108 isn't here. Try the MegaCLI, it may compatible with your model:

If all things fail you will need to open a case with LSI.

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Fujitsu does not have a version of Storage Manager for Debian.
From Mazdajai's link to MegaCLI (MegaRAID 9260) can be downloaded StorCLI for Ubuntu, etc. In the package there is also a Debian package that can be used.
But not Storage Manager (only for Redhat and SUSE).


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