Thanks for all the info. By Steven in forum Wireless Networks. I need to update a server in a single server school and might use a micro server as a holding area for files and server rolls while I update the old server but would prefer it has hardware raid. When I list the disks in Windows I get 3 disks shown. So I turned off raid in the bios. Sign In Sign Up.
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I do not think you have the RAID set up. Gone for 2 of these WD 1TB 3.
I only found this out when logging on to see how much disk space was free. Originally Posted by MatthewL. So, it is hardware with RAID 1 and 0 support. December 17th, 2. Any donation is appreciated!
In many respects the microserver is the backup for my main PC but I’ve been hit with disk failures on that too. Thanks to danbuntu from: December 17th, 1.
Configuring RAID on HP Proliant MicroServer
I set the controller to AHCI. I need to update a server in a single server school and might use a micro server as a holding area for n4l0 and server rolls while I update the old server but would h40l it has hardware raid.
I have installed Kodi. I thought I had configured the system to warn me of problems but it looks as if I didn’t – not good I know!!! However, I have 2 issues. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. WHS has been running quite happily on my N40L for quite some years. You n0l to be a member in order to leave a comment. Donate Sidebar by DevFuse. The other is listed in hardware but I cannot access it.
As for backup, all the data is in multiple places but I’ve not yet implemented a sensible backup strategy. Ther way you know that you are getting the right thing. Hard Disk Sentinel is installed but it seems as if it can’t read the Smart data even though Speccy seems to be able to. daid
Something in between me thinks. Originally Posted by edutech4schools.
HP Microserver N40L Raid Utility and Driver – Thomas Maurer
I keep reading different posts, some say it has hardware raid and some say software. Posted April 24, Yes, I see the serial numbers but I was hoping that a HP Microserver user could give me some insight into what I am seeing before I take the system raif it is constant use!
Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. As Windows doesn’t show n400l 4th disk I’m not sure what this means. Does it take standard form factor sized SATA drives? However, today I have found that one of my raid sets four 2TB Red disks in two mirrored pairs is critical.
Already have an account? Best bet is to use the Kingston site or similar and use their 4n0l checker. The BIOS merely tells me it’s critical but doesn’t give me any more meaningful information. There are currently 1 users browsing this thread.