I have an HP Proliant DL380e with a 1TB SAS Drive and I am trying to install ubuntu server 12.04 on it.
I have created a RAID array using Array Controller Utility and had a RAID0 logical volume configured on that array. I also set this logical volume as the primary bootable device.
Having done this, I believe installing ubuntu on the created partition should be as smooth as it can be. However, it seems I am so wrong...
During the installation process, the installer does not detect my SAS Drive. At the step required to partition disks, it only avails the option to "Configure iSCSI Volumes".
When I checked the /var/log/syslog file. I see that the installer tries to detect SATA Drives but finds none.
Are there any custom configurations I need to make to get the installer to successfully detect my SAS Drive? I can't quite figure out what I need to do get the installer to detect my SAS Drive.
Thanks in advance.