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I've run the Xserve RAID Admin on Windows without any problems - you can download the .zip version from Apple's site. I'd post a link but apparently I'm not cool enough yet. See Using RAID Admin with other operating systems and the download is at support.apple.com
At work I have ~20 XRAIDS. First of all, I feel your pain :) Download the RAID Admin tool from Apple. It's written in Java, and you can run it under Linux pretty easily. (as in, "java (whatever).jar") I would strongly suggest not letting it remember the IPs of all of your XRAIDS, it seems to query them all periodically, without letting the GUI update ...
The XRAID utility is written in java, it may be possible (although I haven't tried) to jumpstart it on a linux machine. The actual interface to the XRAID utility is a variant of webmin over http, on a non standard port. My suggestion your be to look in the info.plist file for hints about the command line arguments that are passed by the finder when it ...
It seems system has did not bind a driver to your device, so it cannot be used. First thing, are you sure you have FCode on it, not the x86 BIOS? Second thing, the LSI driver built into Solaris is a simplified version and it does not recognize LSI FC cards (only SCSI/SAS cards), this is described here ...
Looks like you already got your answer. I will agree with the prevailing wisdom here - contact ReadyNAS support. They're likely going to be the only ones that can give you a definitive answer here.
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