So I could do a large RAID0 against the 4 drives and then create 3 x Virtual Disks ? of Say 128GB each?On boot you go into the cards BIOS and you can configure the RAID there. On the Warpdrives you can do that.
Just wondering if you had any further adventures with flashing Seagate firmware.I either completely lucked out or I'm in for a headache soon... no problems yet.
For the people asking if you can flash the seagate firmware, the answer is yes. I hacked it into a card using IDA. The flash worked well and the card automatically did a raid 0 array and hasn't exhibited any problems except one.
It now only connects at pcie x1 width so my speeds are about the same as before which is just comical =)
1. It automatically did raid 0, the server sees it as one drive. I don't recall there being options for other raid levels but this was a while ago.Just wondering if you had any further adventures with flashing Seagate firmware.
With the seagate firmware were you able to configure hardware RAID?
Were you able to overcome the PCIE x1 width?
Did you flash back the Oracle firmware?