Get drivers and downloads for your Dell PowerEdge Download and install the latest drivers, firmware and software. First, Dell does not support client OS's on their servers, so there are no specific drivers for them. Server drivers will usually work for Vista. If you are using one of our RAID controllers then you will need to configure the RAID and maybe load the driver for the RAID controller during.
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Hello. I'm getting a message about the SAS B cable not being plugged in or misconfigured. The backplane on my server, which goes to the. There should be many guides on how to load controller drivers for server If you are using a Dell controller released with the then. You must configure AND initialize the virtual disk (array) check the Advanced and Initialize boxes during creation of the VD. You may also be.
Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type. I do have Symantec Backup Exec tape backups of the data and that's about it. PowerEdge server raid. All forum topics Previous Topic Next Topic. What OS is the system running? If so go ahead and clear the foreign and see if the new drive rebuilds to the Virtual Disk.
If you are using a Dell controller released with the then you can locate drivers on the download page at dell. That is a good first step - a VD must first exist before even loading drivers will see anything. The evaluation period for Server R2 is days and can be extended another days at least once after that. Drivers are built into that OS. OK I'm getting really frustrated here.
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You said you were going to use a USB floppy drive. Using an actual floppy disk and nliteos. Browse Community. Turn on suggestions.
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Well, here's what I mean, when the server boots up, it runs through its actions in the boot phase and I can either. When I replaced the failed disk, I did power down to replace it and didn't do a hot-swap unfortunately.
I do have Symantec Backup Exec tape backups of the data and that's about it. So I am afraid that if I couldn't get the server backup, it'll be hard to restore the information.
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You need to find out if your new disk is showing Foreign, or if your original disks are showing Foreign. If the new disk was Foreign, it shouldn't boot, but you should Clear the Foreign Configuration, then set it as a hot-spare to rebuild it.
If the other disks are Foreign, you need to Import the Foreign Config, then rebuild the new one.
Now one of the original is in "Foreign", 2 are online, and the new one is still in Ready phase like my second image. You need to assign it as a hot-spare, then it will begin to rebuild in place of the missing disk Browse Community.
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Search instead for. Did you mean: Dell Community: Data Center Infrastructure: Hello all, This is my first time posting so forgive me if I do not follow the proper rules. I am afraid to clear "Foreign configuration" because I don't know what effect that would have.
Below are the Config Utility screens: