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In this photo, you're missing something very critical. The SAS expander needs to be connected to the LSI/Avago RAID controller in your system. You need two more SAS SFF-8087 cables to connect the ports that say, "TO CONTROLLER".
You need to connect ports 8c/9c to the onboard controller ports 1/2
We are have following hardware HP StoreEver 1/8 G2 LTO-6 Ultrium 6250 Tape Autoloader With the original Jessie Kernel 3.16.0-4 the autoloader is not found. Adding the kernel from backports (jessie-backports) is sufficient. uname -a Linux backup2 4.6.0-0.bpo.1-amd64 #1 SMP Debian 4.6.3-1~bpo8+1 (2016-07-13) x86_64 GNU/Linux and now the autoloader ...
Following up on this item. It appears we will be unable to recover with any major chance of success. Our issue was exacerbated by some additional problems. The drives were removed from the host and plugged into a different host out of their original order. This likely caused data corruption to that array information that cannot easily be recovered. When ...
You can do this live while the server is running. However, I'd caution against using just any consumer SSD on the Smart Array P410 controller. Maybe specify the make/model you're using... Some incompatible SSDs will impact the temperature sensors on the drive backplane or just not work at all. But in general, you can perform this action live, in addition ...
Definitely upgrade the firmware of your Smart Array P410i controller and the entire server. 4TB disks are compatible with this server and RAID controller provided you're on the right firmware. Please understand that consumer SATA disks will downshift to 3Gbps speeds on this controller, so that's a factor.
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