Serial ATA (SATA or Serial Advanced Technology Attachment) is a computer bus interface for connecting host bus adapters to mass storage devices such as hard disk drives and optical drives. Serial ATA was designed to replace the older ATA (AT Attachment) standard (also known as EIDE), offering many ...

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IDE compatability with SATA image

We had an old CNC machine's hard-drive fail recently. The hard-drive is an old 1275MB IDE (Seagate) and there were defiantly bad sectors on it. I was able to image the contents of the drive onto a ...
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SAS drive to SAS/SATA backplane then SATA cables to SAS/SATA RAID card?

I just got a Supermicro chasis: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16816101241 That has a backplane that supports SAS and SATA drives but the backplane has SATA ports to be ...
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SATA Drive order for unknown Ubuntu Distro with multiple partitions

We have a server that was being decommissioned and it was thought that all the data and services had been migrated to new systems. Instructions to our tech was to remove drives and prepare the system ...
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How to replace SCSI with SATA or adapt SCSI to SATA drives

At first, I apologize for my question, but I am complete beginner. My friend gave me an old HP Proliant DL385 server which was replaced in bank, where he works, by newer stuff. Because of privacy, ...
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What limits a Device not to detect multiple LUNs behind a single target?

What limits a Device not to detect multiple LUNs behind a single target? What is required to make this possible in broad perspective? I want to know if there are any limitations in SAS/SATA or SCSI? ...
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hot plug sata to ESXi 5 server

Is it possible to hot plug an eSATA drive to an ESXi 5 server? I'm exploring backup solutions and hoping to hot add a datastore, copy my VM's over, then hotunplug.
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Can I use a RAID card with chipset SIL3124 with no driver?

I have a software RAID card with a SIL3124 chipset. (This one). As you configure the RAID via BIOS, is it possible to use this card with 3 disks (RAID 5) with any OS without installing any driver on ...
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Moving Harddisk to other server

I have a situation that required to move 3 SATA hard Disk from a Dell T100 to T350 Server. This was working 90% ok and the Windows 2008 server started fine need only install Drivers. HD 1Tb ...
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KVM: pass-through SATA hot-swap drive?

I have a SATA hot-swap cage in my Linux box. Is it possible to pass-through the SATA disk which is injected in that cage to a KVM guest? I have multiple disks however the SATA port will be always the ...
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Proliant dl 180 g6 install normal SATA drives

I have a Proliant DL180 G6 with problems in the P410 controller. I want to instal normal SATA drives in the server. I see the mother has 4 SATA slots but I canĀ“t find how to power the SATA drives ...
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Why my SSDs are in /dev/hdx instead of /dev/sdx on CentOS 5.9?

I have two SSDs Kingston SH103S3240G plugged on SATA ports of my Intel Server Board S3000AH. The SSDs apear like a PATA device (hdx instead of sdx) on my CentOS 5.9. I'm having problems related to ...
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3ware 8506, Solaris (Nexenta Core) and the tw driver: driver (tw) successfully added to system but failed to attach

I've got a little Nexenta Core box at home that's doing NAS duties. Recently, I bought a second hand 3ware 8506 12-port SATA controller to go with the Supermicro AOC-SAT2-MV8 controller that I already ...
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SAS vs SATA vs SSD: How to measure performance difference between SATA and SAS?

SAS drives can address multiple IO operations from a single platter revolution if the data happens to be where the head is already positioned. How can you measure whether this actually makes a ...
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Western Digital 1TB SATA and PE 860 using SAS 5 Problem Writing to Drives RAID1

I've got a Dell PE 860 that I recently took out of service to re-purpose. I upgraded the memory from 2GB to 8GB, and replaced 2 80GB WD 7200RPM SATA drives with 2 1TB WD 5400RPM SATA drives. Installed ...
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ASUS Server SAS over SATA connectors?

I'm researching purchasing/building an ASUS RS720-E7/RS12-E Server with a Z9PE-D16 motherboard for hopeful use with VMware ESXi v5.5. But, I would like to make use of all 12 HDD bays (RAID 10) in the ...
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SATA III HDDs not working on SATA II RAID HBA

I would appreciate any help with this. We have Sunfire x4275 disk server with Sun StorageTek SAS RAID HBA and trying to get working these disks: WD RE 4TB Enterprise SATA III (WD4000FYYZ) Sun RAID ...
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ML310 Gen8 SATA Controller losing settings

We have purchased a couple of ML310 Gen8 with Sata Drives. They have both lost their raid controller setting. We just have to go back in and set the drive back to the array and all is fine. Anyone ...
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Sending a hard reset to a SATA drive

How can I force a reset (either a COMRESET reset or a hard reset) on a SATA drive directly connected to a Linux system.? Trying sg_reset doesn't work, nor does hdparm -w.
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2950 internal backup SATA drive

We have a Dell 2950 II with 4 76GB drives in a RAID 10 configuration, running ESXi and 5 virtual machines. The RAID controller is Perc5/i. There is a low transaction rate, so this gives us minimal ...
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Will any SFF-8087 work with a IBM M1015 controller?

I'm planning on buying an IBM M1015 SATA controller (I'm going to run it in IT mode.) I was hoping to use something like this ...
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AHCI and hotplugging

How do I know when a SATA AHCI controller supports hotplugging (for servers running Linux)? Apparently, whether AHCI is enabled or not doesn't mean everything. Can I query the driver in /sys for ...
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65535 ATA errors: SSD about to die?

I am having a hard time to interpret the SMART report for this Corsair Neutron GTX SSD; not that I pretend SMART reports to be readable these days (and definitively not for SSDs)... ...