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elementalwindx
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    • elementalwindx has written a new post "Which are the "best" Intel AHCI/RAID drivers?" 09.01.2017

      Sadly I may have to stick to shadow protect if I can't find a solution. Since we discovered this issue last year we have completely stopped using Intel raid in our builds. Among other issues we had with Intel raid and it's lack of reliability.

    • elementalwindx has written a new post "Which are the "best" Intel AHCI/RAID drivers?" 09.01.2017

      Ah ok. I've tried both of those drivers and this software "MSP Backup" by Solarwinds and Iaso still locks up the entire machine requiring a power off and on. Any idea if there is something that can be tweaked to fix this with the driver? Some setting maybe?

      They are at a loss and have no idea what to do. Even their devs.

      Also as a little background I know 100% it's the Intel rste causing this issue. I had another identical server last year that did this. The client ended up installing a lsi raid controller and moving everything over to that and the problem completely went away.

    • elementalwindx has written a new post "Which are the "best" Intel AHCI/RAID drivers?" 08.30.2017

      Is there a process I can go through to change to regular rst?

    • elementalwindx has written a new post "Which are the "best" Intel AHCI/RAID drivers?" 08.30.2017

      It's in raid doing a raid 1 and raid 10.

      PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_2826&SUBSYS_080515D9&REV_05
      PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_2826&SUBSYS_080515D9
      PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_2826&CC_010400
      PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_2826&CC_0104

    • elementalwindx has written a new post "Which are the "best" Intel AHCI/RAID drivers?" 08.30.2017

      Hello! :) I have a SuperMicro X10SAE using the C600+/C220+ chipset with RSTe v4.3.0.1223 on Server 2012 STD x64. I'm trying to use MSP Backup and whenever the program touches the iastorA.sys driver, it completely blue screens the whole server and doesn't even allow it to auto restart. I'm hoping a newer version of this driver might have some form of a fix in it that stops this issue from happening. I see Intel isn't officially making newer RSTe drivers for this chipset but I found this post via google and wanted to know what would your advice be on this matter?

      Thank you.

    • In the bios, yes, they are the ones showing up as non-member disks.


      I have not tried to mark it as spare.

    • When I go to manage, it just allows me to mark the non-member disks as spares.

      I've double checked my bios settings. I didn't do anything special with them other than turn on raid, and configure the raid with ctrl + i. I made sure the storage boot was set to legacy as well.

    • I don't know how to access the console? (Maybe I'm using console as the wrong term. I think of console like xterm, or cmd) This is what the status page looks like:
      [[File:irst.png|none|auto]]

    • Sorry for being scattered. I just went to your page and installed the newest version of the raid driver and of the RST. 15.2.10.1044 64bit. I tried the rest of your instructions and rebooted, and haven't gotten any repair options yet :/

      Also here is the system report:


      System Report

      System Information
      Status: Microsoft Windows 10 Pro
      OS version: 10.0.14393
      System name: SETH-PC
      System manufacturer: Gigabyte Technology Co., Ltd.
      System model: Z170X-Gaming 7
      Processor: GenuineIntel Intel64 Family 6 Model 94 Stepping 3 4.001 GHz
      BIOS: American Megatrends Inc., F20

      Intel® Rapid Storage Technology enterprise Information
      Kit installed: 15.2.10.1044
      User interface version: 15.2.10.1044
      Language: English (United States)
      RAID option ROM version: 15.2.0.2754
      Driver version: 15.2.10.1044
      ISDI version: 15.2.10.1044

      Storage System Information
      RAID Configuration

      Array Name: SATA_Array_0000
      Size: 15,261,790 MB
      Available space: 7 MB
      Number of volumes: 1
      Volume member: DATA
      Number of array disks: 4
      Array disk: Z30522S4
      Array disk: Z305222R
      Array disk: Z30522YT:0
      Array disk: Z3051ZS8:0
      Disk data cache: Enabled

      Array Name: SATA_Array_0001
      Size: 976,772 MB
      Available space: 3 MB
      Number of volumes: 1
      Volume member: OS
      Number of array disks: 2
      Array disk: S250NXAGA09719B
      Array disk: S250NXAGA08197Z
      Disk data cache: Enabled

      Volume name: DATA
      Status: Failed
      Type: RAID 10
      Size: 7,630,891 MB
      System volume: No
      Data stripe size: 64 KB
      Write-back cache: Off
      Initialized: Yes
      Parity errors: 0
      Blocks with media errors: 0
      Physical sector size: 4096 Bytes
      Logical sector size: 512 Bytes

      Volume name: OS
      Status: Normal
      Type: RAID 0
      Size: 976,768 MB
      System volume: Yes
      Data stripe size: 8 KB
      Write-back cache: Read only
      Parity errors: 0
      Blocks with media errors: 0
      Physical sector size: 512 Bytes
      Logical sector size: 512 Bytes

      Hardware Information

      Controller name: Intel Chipset SATA RAID Controller
      Type: SATA
      Mode: RAID
      Number of SATA ports: 6
      Number of volumes: 2
      Volume: DATA
      Volume: OS
      Number of spares: 0
      Number of available disks: 2
      Rebuild on Hot Plug: Disabled
      Manufacturer: 32902
      Model number: 10274
      Product revision: 49
      Direct attached disk: Z30522YT
      Direct attached disk: Z30522S4
      Direct attached disk: S250NXAGA09719B
      Direct attached disk: S250NXAGA08197Z
      Direct attached disk: Z305222R
      Direct attached disk: Z3051ZS8
      Direct attached disk: Z30522YT:0
      Direct attached disk: Z3051ZS8:0

      Disk on Controller 0, Port 0
      Status: Normal
      Type: SATA disk
      Location type: Internal
      Usage: Available
      Size: 3,726 GB
      System disk: No
      Disk data cache: Enabled
      Command queuing: NCQ
      Transfer rate: 6 Gb/s
      Model: ST4000DX001-1CE168
      Serial number: Z30522YT
      SCSI device ID: 0
      Firmware: CC45
      Physical sector size: 4096 Bytes
      Logical sector size: 512 Bytes

      Disk on Controller 0, Port 1
      Status: Normal
      Type: SATA disk
      Location type: Internal
      Usage: Array disk
      Size: 3,726 GB
      System disk: No
      Disk data cache: Enabled
      Command queuing: NCQ
      Transfer rate: 6 Gb/s
      Model: ST4000DX001-1CE168
      Serial number: Z30522S4
      SCSI device ID: 0
      Firmware: CC45
      Physical sector size: 4096 Bytes
      Logical sector size: 512 Bytes

      Disk on Controller 0, Port 2
      Status: Normal
      Type: SATA SSD
      Location type: Internal
      Usage: Array disk
      Size: 477 GB
      System disk: No
      Disk data cache: Enabled
      Command queuing: NCQ
      Transfer rate: 6 Gb/s
      Model: Samsung SSD 850 PRO 512GB
      Serial number: S250NXAGA09719B
      SCSI device ID: 0
      Firmware: EXM02B6Q
      Physical sector size: 512 Bytes
      Logical sector size: 512 Bytes

      Disk on Controller 0, Port 3
      Status: Normal
      Type: SATA SSD
      Location type: Internal
      Usage: Array disk
      Size: 477 GB
      System disk: No
      Disk data cache: Enabled
      Command queuing: NCQ
      Transfer rate: 6 Gb/s
      Model: Samsung SSD 850 PRO 512GB
      Serial number: S250NXAGA08197Z
      SCSI device ID: 0
      Firmware: EXM02B6Q
      Physical sector size: 512 Bytes
      Logical sector size: 512 Bytes

      Disk on Controller 0, Port 4
      Status: Normal
      Type: SATA disk
      Location type: Internal
      Usage: Array disk
      Size: 3,726 GB
      System disk: No
      Disk data cache: Enabled
      Command queuing: NCQ
      Transfer rate: 6 Gb/s
      Model: ST4000DX001-1CE168
      Serial number: Z305222R
      SCSI device ID: 0
      Firmware: CC45
      Physical sector size: 4096 Bytes
      Logical sector size: 512 Bytes

      Disk on Controller 0, Port 5
      Status: Normal
      Type: SATA disk
      Location type: Internal
      Usage: Available
      Size: 3,726 GB
      System disk: No
      Disk data cache: Enabled
      Command queuing: NCQ
      Transfer rate: 6 Gb/s
      Model: ST4000DX001-1CE168
      Serial number: Z3051ZS8
      SCSI device ID: 0
      Firmware: CC45
      Physical sector size: 4096 Bytes
      Logical sector size: 512 Bytes

      Disk on Controller Unknown, Port Unknown
      Status: Missing
      Type: Unknown disk
      Location type: Unknown
      Usage: Array disk
      Size: 0 GB
      System disk: No
      Model:
      Serial number: Z30522YT:0
      SCSI device ID: 255
      Firmware:
      Physical sector size: 0 Bytes
      Logical sector size: 0 Bytes

      Disk on Controller Unknown, Port Unknown
      Status: Missing
      Type: Unknown disk
      Location type: Unknown
      Usage: Array disk
      Size: 0 GB
      System disk: No
      Model:
      Serial number: Z3051ZS8:0
      SCSI device ID: 255
      Firmware:
      Physical sector size: 0 Bytes
      Logical sector size: 0 Bytes

      EDIT by Fernando: Put the system report into a "spoiler" (to save space)

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