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That's an HP ProLiant DL385 (G1) and was released in 2004 around the same time as the DL380 G4 (Intel variant). These were HP's first x86_64 servers, but still used some legacy technologies (like IDE for CDROM, parallel SCSI disks and PCI-X expansion). The full specifications for your server are here: DL385 Quickspecs. You can use any 80-pin SCSI SCA ...


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In general, no. The 2 interfaces are completely different, and there's no way to "convert" one into the other, especially within the confines of a drive bay with backplane. I've done this before on an old Poweredge, many years ago. It basically involved shifting the backplane back off the chassis far enough away that I could route the SATA cables around it, ...


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While I think that this is over your current knowledge and you would first need to understand basic concepts, such as what is a disk, a block device, a partition, a filesystem etc, here's the simplest solution. Use pvcreate and create LVM on top of the disks: pvcreate --pvmetadatacopies 3 /dev/sd{a,b,c,d,e,f,g,h} Use vgcreate to create Volume Groups (you ...


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If your Adaptec RAID controller has its own firmware/BIOS, you may need to update that. We had issues during high I/O and got "aacraid: Host adapter abort request" as well and saw a firmware release newer than our current one which said "Fixed an issue where the firmware could hang during high I/O stress." ...



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