Re: aacraid adaptec 6805 support?

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On Fri, May 13, 2011 at 05:24:57PM +0200, Emmanuel Florac wrote:
> Le Fri, 13 May 2011 16:54:21 +0200
> Louis-David Mitterrand <vindex+lists-linux-scsi@xxxxxxxxxxx> écrivait:
> > Ah, but I am trying with and it seems the driver lags behind
> > kernel sources.
> It looks like this driver version (1.1-7) will be included in 2.6.39
> though, so it should compile against the most current kernel. Or
> maybe grab the source from the linux-next tree instead ?

Yep, the driver is included - and works - with 2.6.39-rc7.

Now I have another problem: my 8 sata disks used to work with a
LSI-SAS2008 controller in "no-configuration" mode (meaning I configured
no array on that card, just used the disks for sw raid).

Now when I connect these same disks to the Adaptec controller my first
two /dev/mdX (0 and 1) devices work fine but /dev/md2 doesn't:

	May 13 17:14:37 zenon kernel: md: sde3 does not have a valid v1.2 superblock, no
t importing!

On each disk the third partition /dev/sdX3 is the last and largest but
it seems the Adaptec controller doesn't "see" the end of the disk where
the md superblock is? Does that make sense?

When booting the controller lists all disks in "legacy" mode. What does
that mean vs JBOD?

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