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#153929 13-Oct-2014 11:24
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We have a server at my work which is an Acer (Yes its horrible) that has an Intel RAID chipset. I know how to monitor and configure the RAID during the boot process however I cannot find anyway of monitoring the RAID when the system (Server 2008 R2) is booted.

The RAID chipset is an Intel ICH. I am not sure which revision of ICH but I can find this out.


I would like to know if its possible to monitor the RAID status from within the OS.


Thanks in advance for any help.

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  #1152673 13-Oct-2014 11:43
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If ICH9 or 10 then this might do the business:  https://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?DwnldID=18440

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greed on the horrible Acer server.  Their Aussie manufacturing plant (local enough) makes me want to like them, but historical quality issues keep me from being swayed.  Feel free to post the model of the server if you want some more help identifying the right monitoring software.




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  #1153259 14-Oct-2014 07:59
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Thanks for your help Dynamic, model number is AT310 F1

 
 
 
 


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  #1153425 14-Oct-2014 10:36
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OK so looking at drivers on the Acer web site (http://www.acer.co.nz/ac/en/NZ/content/drivers/2067;-;AT310%20F1) doesn't show anything helpful.

After the server was backed up, I would try the link I posted earlier, and then try this link https://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?DwnldID=18198 if the first does not work.

Let us know how you get on.




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