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can hpcucli add a new array of type sata to a p410i with an existing sas array?

 
redand65
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can hpcucli add a new array of type sata to a p410i with an existing sas array?

I haven't been able to figure out how to do this. the error i get says devtype sata is not supported on the P410i.

I thought it was. This is a HPDL380 G7 running Ubuntu if that helps.

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Jimmy Vance
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Re: can hpcucli add a new array of type sata to a p410i with an existing sas array?

Both SAS and SATA arrays can exist on the same cotnroller.  The only rule is they cannot be mixed in the same array




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Jimmy Vance
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Re: can hpcucli add a new array of type sata to a p410i with an existing sas array?

what is the command line you are attempting to use when you get the error?

 

 




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Jimmy Vance
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Re: can hpcucli add a new array of type sata to a p410i with an existing sas array?

Created array A using two 500GB SAS drives, installed an OS and hpssacli (latest version of hpacucli)

From withing the OS ran hpssacli, and from within hpssacli prompt did the following..

'ctrl slot=2 create type=ld drives=all' This created a new array using the two available 1TB SATA drives

'ctrl slot=2 array b delete'  Deleted the newly created array

'ctrl slot=2 create type=ld drives=all drivetype=sata' Also successfully created a new array using the two available SATA drives

'help create' shows various options you can specify to create a new array. My first example is probably the easiest as it just grabs all the available drives and puts them in a new array

'ctrl all show' will show what slot your controller uses




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