I’m getting ready to bring the server back to the colo after I figure out how to force it to boot the boot drive instead of the raid array. Your name or email address: I’ve read online that some drives are specifically not designed to be used in RAID configuration and the firmware causes constant seeking or noise, but this shouldn’t be the case with a Server SAS drive. Syntax Error , Mar 1, If I start a verify process the knocking goes away and it sounds like a proper hard drive. Kinda curious as to the outcome of this though I’m still running with a
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I’m willing to go down to R2, that’s a solid OS too, but I’m frustrated with the loud knocking seek noise. Don’t cut the cord on cable like a rookie The 3: Like a wheel of fortune clicking sound but deeper not the click of death sound.
Looks like 3ware got bought by lsi Syntax ErrorMar 1, Not sure why they do that. What issues have you had? Phones by Jessica Dolcourt Dec 5, Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion. All of the benchmarks I’ve run on it have come up top so I guess there isn’t that much of a problem. The 3Ware web management works, and shows the status of each drive and the health of the array, although Windows is reporting the RAID ports always different port as failed, so I have error messages flooding my event viewer error log.
Found some old drivers on the broadcom site. You made my day when I saw this topic. The second it becomes idle, the knocking is back.
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All 4 drives are doing it so it’s unlikely that all 4 are faulty, and they are from different batches with slightly different firmwares too. If I would know how to flash all of them the same firmware I would, but I have no idea how to do it because the drives hide behind the controller.
Yes, my password is: When I went into device manager and I checked for the controller, I could see the LSI 3Ware i controller there, so I did a driver update on it from there and it further updated the drivers from Release Year to Your name or email address: Interestingly, I’ve just created a Server box and ran into the same issue with my i.
We delete comments that violate our lsjwhich we encourage you to read. I’ve read online that some drives are specifically not designed to be used in RAID configuration and the firmware causes constant seeking or noise, but this shouldn’t be the case with a Server SAS drive.
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It still says the device manager doesn’t recognize it but it works really well so far. The Controller works, performance is reasonable, but I have other issues that I’m not sure if they are drive or controller related.