RH2288H V3 RAID controller cards

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The RH2288H V3 supports SR130 (LSI SAS3008) and SR430C 1 GB/2 GB (LSI SAS3108) RAID controller cards to configure RAID for its hard disks. The controller cards support RAID state migration, RAID configuration memory, self-diagnosis, and web-based remote configuration.

? The SR130 (LSI SAS3008) supports RAID 0/1/10/1E.
? The SR430C 1 GB/2 GB (LSI SAS3108) supports RAID 0/1/10/5/50/6/60. A supercapacitor is supported for data protection.
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The preceding information is for reference only. For details, visit http://support.huawei.com/onlinetoolsweb/ftca/en.

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What is the function of the RAID controller card in the RH1288 V3
The RH1288 V3 supports the following models of RAID controller cards: SR320: Uses the LSISAS2208 chip. Supports RAID 0, 1, 10, 5, 50, 6, and 60. Provides a supercapacitor to protect cache data from power failures. SR120: Uses the LSISAS2308 chip. Supports RAID 0, 1, 1E, and 10. Does not protect cache data from power failures. SR130: Uses the LSISAS3008 chip. Supports RAID 0, 1, 1E, and 10. Does not protect cache data from power failures. SR430C: Uses the LSISAS3108 chip. Supports RAID 0, 1, 10, 5, 50, 6, and 60. Provides a supercapacitor to protect cache data from power failures. Supports a maximum of 32 hard disks. Provides 1 GB or 2 GB cache. SR135: Uses the PM8068 chip. Supports RAID 0, 1, 10, and 5. Does not protect cache data from power failures. These RAID controller cards support RAID state migration, RAID configuration memory, and web-based remote configuration.

What is the function of the RAID controller card in the RH2288 V3
The RH2288 V3 supports the following models of RAID controller cards: SR320: Uses the LSISAS2208 chip. Supports RAID 0, 1, 10, 5, 50, 6, and 60. Provides a supercapacitor to protect cache data from power failures. SR120: Uses the LSISAS2308 chip. Supports RAID 0, 1, 1E, and 10. Does not protect cache data from power failures. SR130: Uses the LSISAS3008 chip. Supports RAID 0, 1, 1E, and 10. Does not protect cache data from power failures. SR430C: Uses the LSISAS3108 chip. Supports RAID 0, 1, 10, 5, 50, 6, and 60. Provides a supercapacitor to protect cache data from power failures. Supports a maximum of 32 hard disks. Provides 1 GB or 2 GB cache. SR135: Uses the PM8068 chip. Supports RAID 0, 1, 10, and 5. Does not protect cache data from power failures. These RAID controller cards support RAID state migration, RAID configuration memory, and web-based remote configuration.

RAID controller card
For details about RAID controller cards supported by Huawei servers, enter a product model + RAID controller card; for example, RH2288 V3 RAID controller card.

Entering the RAID configuration interface
If the server is configured with an LSI 1078, 2208, or 3108 RAID card, press Ctrl+H during the server startup process. If the server is configured with an LSI 1064, 1068, 2308, or 3008 RAID card, press Ctrl+C during the server startup process. If the server is configured with SoftRAID, press Ctrl+M after the hard disk self-test during the server startup process.

Necessity of configuring RAID arrays for a RAID controller card
If the LSISAS1078, LSISAS2208, or LSISAS3108 RAID controller card is used, the disks can be recognized by the system only when they are in RAID arrays. If the LSISAS1068, LSISAS2308, or LSISAS3008 RAID controller card is used, the disks can be used as individual disks for OS installation, if they are not in RAID arrays.

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