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  1. I have reached the limit of installable drives: I am pretty sure you know this situation My motherboard can handle 6 drives and I installed one SSD and five WD Reds. Due to the fact that my data appetite is still vast, I have to buy me my first storage controller I already read a lot of threads and reviews and decided to invest my money into a controller with a LSI chipset. By the way, I just need a "simple" storage controller, no RAID or other fancy functions are needed. I am fine in investing some extra money in the newest chipset generation, because I want to use the controller for a
  2. Hi, I'm having some issues with getting smart data from a particular type of SAS drive. I'm running a crossflashed IBM M1015 (IT mode, LSI P20 Firmware). Other disks attached to this controller are reporting temperatures and SMART data just fine. StableBit scanner is not showing SMART data, temperatures or age. I am able to get some data with Powershell and smartctl. I've also run the Direct I/O test utility. Please see the attached files and quotes below. It would be very nice if we could get some of this data into Stablebit Scanner! Kind regards, Bas
  3. Got 3 of the He8 HGST SAS drives, but neither show S.M.A.R.T data or temperature Tried all Specific Methods as well, nothing shows up. They are connected by a IBM M5210 Raid Card (unconfigured good) -> Intel RES3TV360 (Expander) -> Supermicro Passive Backplanes BPN-SAS-846A / BPN-SAS-826A. I can see the temperature in MegaRaid Storage Manager / Speedfan, but not in Scanner
  4. Low-profile, eight-port 6Gb/s SATA +SAS HBA with PCIe 2.0 host interface and basic RAID http://www.lsi.com/products/storagecomponents/Pages/LSISAS9211-8i.aspx Driver version: Firmware version: BIOS version: Using specific method: ScsiPassThrough48 Using specific method: AtaPassThrough
  5. Specifications: Speed: SATA 3 (6.0Gb/s) Ports: 6x Internal Mini SAS SFF-8087 Slot: PCI-Express 2.0 x16 Chipset: See Marvell 9485 SAS/SATA Controller Chip Firmware Firmware: 1.3AHCI compatible: No (proprietary driver required) Link: http://www.highpoint-tech.com/USA_new/CS-PCI-E_2_0_x16_Configuration.html Driver: (10/23/2012)rr276x.sys Link: http://www.highpoint-tech.com/USA_new/CS-PCI-E_2_0_x16_Configuration.html Performance SATA III SSDBurst: 481 MB/s Drive: Intel SSDSC2CT180A4 OS Tested: Windows Home Server 2011 SATA II HDDBurst: 171 MB/s Drive: Seagate ST3200045AS OS
  6. Hello all! Nice to (re)join everyone in the new forums, as I've been a long-time Drivepool user who never really had issues...at least until recently. Don't get me wrong, Drivepool is outstanding, but I have some questions with regards to building a new server, as my current/old one has died on me. (Forgive me for the long post, but I want to do this correctly and cost-effectively!) A little history first. I was running an Acer Easystore H340 server which came with WHSv1. About 2 years ago, I upgraded it to WHS2011 and purchased the Drivepool Add-in, along with a Rosewill RSV-8(?) 8-ba
  7. http://www.lsi.com/products/storagecomponents/Pages/LSISAS9201-16i.aspx Driver version: Firmware version: BIOS Version: Using specific method: ScsiPassThrough48 Using specific method: AtaPassThrough
  8. Specifications: Speed: SAS/SATA 3 (6.0Gb/s) Ports: 2x Internal Mini SAS SFF-8087 Slot: PCI-Express 2.0 x8 Chipset: See Marvell 9485 SAS/SATA Controller Chip Firmware Firmware: 1.5AHCI compatible: No (proprietary driver required) Link: http://www.highpoint-tech.com/USA_new/CS-PCI-E_2_0_x8_Configuration.html Driver: (03/20/2013)272x_1x.sys Link: http://www.highpoint-tech.com/USA_new/CS-PCI-E_2_0_x8_Configuration.html Performance SATA III HDDBurst: 360 MB/s Drive: Seagate ST3000DM001 OS Tested: Windows Server 2012 Essentials
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