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ML115 RAID issue (3TB HDD's are 1.8 in RAID 0)

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RomanLis
Occasional Advisor

ML115 RAID issue (3TB HDD's are 1.8 in RAID 0)

Hello,

I have an HP Proliant ML115 with Nvidia Nforce RAID Controller on board with RAID 0 (which is 1TB in two HDD's)
and now I need to replace it with a larger one, 3TB in two 3TB HDD's as well.
The disks are - Seagate Barracuda 3TB HDD Model:ST3000DM001 Part Number:9YN166-500.

When I connect them and go to the raid menu, I see two disks by 2.7TB, and when I make a RAID massive (surprise!) it's 1.8TB.

What I can do to fix this issue?

I haven't found any BIOS updates or something like this.

Hope you can help me with this,

Thanks,
Roman

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RomanLis
Occasional Advisor

Re: ML115 RAID issue (3TB HDD's are 1.8 in RAID 0)

Sorry, it's RAID 1.

 

Any Ideas? It's not on warranty, that's why the only hope is you people :)

Ali
HPE Pro
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Re: ML115 RAID issue (3TB HDD's are 1.8 in RAID 0)

Hi,

 

As per quickspecs, maximum internal SATA storage supported on this server is 2.0 TB. Please refer quickspecs for more info:

 

http://h18000.www1.hp.com/products/quickspecs/12704_div/12704_div.HTML

 

Hope this helps,

 

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