Why not see it on the HP server disks/RAID controller?

Hello, experience with the servers is minimal, who can that can prompt. Got a hp proliant dl365 g5, according to there were two AA, they were removed, put two SSD Samsung. And here I start to customize your ride and can't get into ORCA. and connected a normal HDD with Windows. I watched the video and noticed that in the video first is initializing the drives, and I just like to jump this step. Termination issues
Non-System disk or disk error
replace and strike any key when ready

PXE-E61: Media test failure, chek cable
PXE-MOF: Exiting Broadcom PXE ROM
March 19th 20 at 08:45
2 answers
March 19th 20 at 08:47
Can be options.

Try to start with getting into the Configurator of the controller - I think that for your server you need to press F8.
To be sure - see the manual or find out from those who told about the old discs. What you will see inside, should provide a basis for reflection.

according to there were two AA, they were removed, put two SSD Samsung

Also, are you sure this upgrade is possible without updating the firmware of the controller, or in General?

Under "General" I mean a situation where the options of drives for use restricted to a list of part numbers (often with proprietary firmware).
March 19th 20 at 08:49
You just go out disks as you want, and then are surprised that it does not start )
1. When starting the server is initializing the BIOS, then ILO and HP Array then (like this order)
Manage to press F8 in time when will be the RAID and now need to create a raid 0 or RAID 1 (the inconvenience is that at F8 reacts and configure iLO, which in fact is not what we want).

I've updated to the latest service pack, 2013-2014 (check what the latest supported, again can't remember now) and SSD drives normally stand on native p400i controller.
In the same controller exhibit booth order. In fact, booth is the first order in the BIOS is prescribed controller which loads first, and then in the controller, which drive the slave under his boot.

Another thing, rumor has it that the controller is not able to work normally with them and cuts the speed of SATA drives at 1.5 G Recommended to put additional P410 controller which already works with SATA 3G. Ali now it costs 1300 instead of cache to 512 MB and an ultracapacitor.

Specifically with regards to disc Samsung, here it is necessary to read carefully, I recall that the Samsung 850 series (or other, specify on the back of the Internet) was officially removed support for Linux system, because the firmware of the SSD controller disk contained bugs and one day damaged infa. 860 series is already priced in and there's all the rules.

Oh and don't forget to leave provigra 20% of the amount, to at least prolong the life of your SSD.

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