Areca arcmsr Driver
Git: arcmsr(4): Upgrade to Areca's Revision Sascha Wildner swildner at Mon Nov 6 PST Previous message. Linux, arcmsrsource-only, /07/05, Linux driver source code. Kernel buildin driver supports ARC~3/12x3/12x5/12x6 series RAID controller. This driver supports all of ARECA's SATA/SAS RAID controller cards. driver as a module, choose M here: the module will be called arcmsr (modprobe arcmsr).
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Areca arcmsr Driver
Comment 1 nickcheng Product Management has requested Areca arcmsr review of this Areca arcmsr by Red Hat Engineering, for potential inclusion in a Red Hat Enterprise Linux Update release for currently deployed products. This request is not yet committed for inclusion in an Update release.
Comment 4 Tomas Henzl I'm going to send to you the sources from 4. RHEL4 is based on kernel 2.
Comment 7 Tomas Henzl Try to use code base from https: Comment 12 Nick Cheng The kernel is 2. Is it synchronous to yours? Thanks, Comment 13 Tomas Henzl Areca arcmsr It is "Driver Version 1.
Comment 14 Tomas Henzl Comment 15 Nick Cheng It Areca arcmsr came to my mind that I made a few changes on arcmsr I should be blamed. Sorry to bother you.
Comment 16 Tomas Henzl Other way how to get the sources is mentioned in Comments 7 Areca arcmsr 17 Nick Cheng RH4U This is the patch for Areca arcmsr Please could you clarify this? Comment 19 Nick Cheng If not, please let me know. Thanks, Comment 20 Tomas Henzl Comment 21 Tomas Henzl Comment 22 Nick Cheng You mentioned there is no ChangeLog. If you really need it, I will make a patch Areca arcmsr you.
It is still an open issue, although I think it has no need to do a fix. But just let it be there, maybe someone could have other special comments.
It could be staying in -mm stage. Comment 23 Areca arcmsr Henzl If you are compiling the raid module for your machine with this manual, your system will stop working.
First, get the most recent version of the driver sources from Areca's FTP Server and extract it in some place maybe the Areca arcmsr users home folder.