PowerEdge T110 raid necessary emergency assistance

Hi all

I have dell server poweredge t110 without raid controller card

When I try to configure raid 1 hard disk SATA 2 motherboard it configured properly on the motherboard, but when I try to install any OS, I found it see them 2 HDD, not one

so I'm going back to the motherboard, I found the not configured raid

1. I need management system capable of boot CD for dell poweredge t110?

I bought the controller raid (Dell SAS 5I Raid Controller UN939 - UCS51) when I put it on the server, I found when I start my server, but when I press CTRL + C to set up raid but I can't find my sata hard drives

2 is compatible with poweredge t110 sata Server (Dell SAS 5I Raid Controller UN939 - UCS51) + hard drive?

3 - if (Dell SAS 5I Controller Raid un939 - UCS51) not comapatible with my case what is the best work of raid controller with poweredge T110 with a disk sata hard 4 to make them raid 1


"but what I get from your advice (JW063 - SAS, SAS6/IR controller card) cannot configure hard disk of 2 TB sata raid 1 and shown 1 TB > is it good?

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A SAS 6/iR may use up to 2 TB of hard drives.  It also has a virtual disk BOOTABLE maximum (table) size of 2 TB.  So, YOU have the following items:

  • 2x2TB disks configured as 2 TB RAID 1, bootable or not.
  • 2x1To configured as a 1 TB RAID 1, disk bootable or not.
  • 2x1To configured as 2 TB RAID 0, disk bootable or not.
  • 2x1To disks configured as first 1 TB RAID 1 (bootable), AND 2x1To set up as second 1 TB RAID 1 disks.
  • 2x2TB disks configured as first 2 TB RAID 1 (bootable), AND 2x2TB disks configured as a second 2 TB RAID 1.
  • 2x1To disks configured as first 1 TB RAID 1 (bootable), AND 4x1TB disks configured as a second 4 TB RAID 0 (not bootable).

You can NOT have the following:

  • 2x2TB disks configured in 4 TB RAID 0 for OS bootable.
  • 4x1TB disks configured in 4 TB RAID 0 for OS bootable.

"but my case is that I want to 4 TB (4 sata hard disk 1 TB) configured for RAID 1 and shown 2 TB after raid 1.

You can't have a 4 drive RAID 1 - a RAID 1 requires only and exactly 2 disks.  A RAID 1 with two 1 TB drives is equal to only 1 TB of total space.  The only way to configure both drives of 1 TB to 2 TB show is to make a RAID 0 2-disc.  RAID 0 is dangerous, because if a disk fails, all of THE data on BOTH drives is unusable.

That's what you do:

2x1To first 1 TB RAID 1 for operating system drives.
2x1To records in second 1 TB RAID 1 for your partition data per second.

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