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Not necessarily the root of my problem, but to get around the immediate problem of not booting, you have to clear the cache in the PERC BIOS. To clear the cache, you navigate to the screen that has the tree structure of disk groups and virtual disks. Then navigate by up-arrow until you are on the root of the tree structure, which will be the PERC H710 Mini ...


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PERC cards are for local RAID. This isn't local. RAID config for your SAN is done via a Dell utility from the server, not from BIOS on the server utilizing the SAN. The LSI card is a host bus adapter, allowing the host (server) to talk to the SAN (storage) via external SAS connections. I suspect the LSI card is already working properly, but check device ...


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Depending on the number of your server's cores follow the table in this link For two processors (probably your case) you should place 6 DIMMs in A1 to A6 6 DIMMs in B1 to B6


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It sounds like you've assigned that IP to the server itself within it's network stack (i.e. if you're using windows then you set the IP on one of the network cards from within the settings of one of the network cards). The DRAC and the host are two seperate devices, you can't specify it in the OS and on the DRAC as they will clash. If the .78 IP is just to ...


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We used to refurbish those machines. Things I'd try in that situation (unplug the machine from the power socket first): take out the motherboard battery and replace it clear the motherboard CMOS settings reseat the RAID card i.e. take it out and put it in again reseat the RAID backup battery connector try 'import foreign config' (F2 -> foreign config -> ...



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