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Trying to install esxi on a Dell R 3s00. So you want to be a sysadmin? I just purchased four 1tb drives, to make a raid 5. Welcome to Reddit, the front page of the internet.
8149: Acronis Bootable Media Does Not Support Dell PERC S300, S100, and S130 RAID
Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. So, is it at all possible to bypass this controller and just use the 2 disks normally?
Please check out our Frequently Asked Questionswhich includes lists of subreddits, webpages, books, and other articles of interest that every sysadmin should radi From reading the specs from on the dell site, it shows it can support up to 2tb drives? In order to get the machine to recognize the disk sans perc, I had to completely remove the card. Log in or sign up in seconds.
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Can I bypass the controller altogether? Sign up using Email and Password.
Your best bet is to contact Dell as they might even have drivers or an ESXi implementation that would work and see the disks. Post as a guest Name.
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As you are seeing a partition of just under G, it sounds like you are dealing with a raif of some sort. Still worth a shot to talk with Dell however! Official IRC Channel – reddit-sysadmin on irc.
Apparently, this controller is only compatible with windows systems and there is no way to install rais else while this controller is in play. Everything I’ve read so far speaks to it being “impossible”.
What is done is done, so here is where I would start: Become a Redditor and subscribe prec one of thousands of communities. I’ve also tried disconnecting the disks from the controller and plugging them straight into the board but every boot, I still see the perc card doing its thing. Within the raid controller configuration, the drive only showed gb.