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This is DATOptic-Support Team, the manufacture of the 1U stand-alone Hardware RAID. The control uses in this 1U rack is NOT SiI-3726. It is JM393: http://www.datoptic.com/ec/5x-drive-hardware-raid-controller.html There is some GUI in Linux but not all flavor - go the page and click support TAB There is some CLI and OpenSuSE RAID GUI...


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I feel like the enclosure you're using has this RAID/port-multiplier board in it. (The pictures seem to match-up.) (Ugh-- actually, it's close but not exactly the same. The jumper layout is like the model SPM393PS-SEV, but that model is supposedly 4 disks / 2 hosts.) If that's the case, the manufacturer's web site purports to have a "X86 - Linux Daemon ...


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You may be one of the only people who have run into this issue :) Well, possibly... The use of SATA multipliers is a no-no in server-class systems. Heck, using SATA is a bit risky these days, with ever-increasing drive capacities. It's not surprising that you've had a difficult time finding information about the SATA port multiplier and monitoring under ...



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