Managed Dedicated Servers and Premium Colocation karl steadfast. By registering you’ll gain: Ill try the 32bit version and see if there is any improvement. To disable driver signature alone doesnot install the driver. Hi there, My post may be a little too late That cant be right.. Does anyone have any applications or software to give this RAID array a test as I really don’t want to order any more or roll them out on to the network to find that software raid would be a better improvement.
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3WARE 8006-2LP PCI 64-BIT SATA 2-PORT SATA RAID CONTROLLER
You lsk to get a new controller, new drives, create a new array, install a fresh OS so that the partitions are put on correctly and then copy data over from within your old OS. Originally Posted by TheGreat1. Want to keep up with the hottest industry headlines?
llsi If you want to get the performance from within Windows, I don’t know. Braineh, i know this is a old thread. Originally Posted by jalb. To install in compatibility mode do the following: Web Hosting Talk Team.
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Originally Posted by ukgaz. It appears it only has drivers for WindowsXP and Originally Posted by Jay Suds. Well, neither the latest two drivers worked nor was the driver found by windows itself online. SierraX Replied on November 27, In any event, my feeling is that LP is a far better card in terms of performance.
Exactly what I was looking for. I think one possibility is the RAID drivers arn’t installed correctly as its still coming “Unknown Devices” in Device Manager and it seems It wont let me manually install the drivers for the 3ware device as it doesn’t like the OS even though I have the correct ones and it installed Windows with it fine a bit 3wsre than normal anyway Oh well thoughts please -Chris.
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How satisfied are you with this response? In reply to SierraX’s post on November 27, I contacted LSI Avago but they said it’s end of life and no longer supported. Perhaps you should do a speed test on the harddrives themselves without RAID and then compare it to the harddrives with raid. In reply to Braineh’s post on November 17, First of all sorry for posting on this old thread.
3ware Raid-controller SATA 8006-2lp 2-port Pci-x
Since LSI bought up 3ware, product support has basically stopped. It is quite an expensive card so I would try it.
Just for 3wqre simplicity of the test, I have put them into a RAID0 formation for purely performance tests and no redundancy. Originally Posted by cacheflymatt.
I did try a burn in app which tests everything but it according to the 20 seconds I ran it, in average it only transferred at 2mbs. This site in other languages x.
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Also, do you have write cache turned on? Originally Posted by TheWiseOne. FWIW, the 8xxx series cards have had data corruption issues when a drive fails – haven’t experienced this myself but have heard it from quite a few sources, YMMV.
Managed 3warre Servers and Premium Colocation karl steadfast. I’ve never tested throughput on a Windows system, but I don’t notice any slowness at all.