Here is an example of the Main Menu. This will limit the scan to LUN 0. User confirmation is solicited as required. Power off your server module and then power it back on. This area provides static general help text information. If you reboot the system without properly exiting from this utility, some changes may not take effect.
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LSI Target Driver
Indicates whether to allow the use of queue tags for a device. The next screen lists the disks you can choose to include in the volume and also disks you can choose as hot-spares.
Removable Media Support Specifies the removable media support option for an adapter. Indicates the SCSI identifier of an adapter  or .
The Global Properties option allows you to pause if an alert message has been displayed, to set Display and Video modes, negotiate with devices, and support interrupts. To verify all sectors, press Enter. Next Boot Indicates whether to enable scso adapter upon the next boot. Specifies the maximum amount of time  in seconds to wait for a SCSI operation to complete.
Configuration data invalid, saving default configuration appears if the information that is ,si in NVRAM is not valid. Indicates whether to allow a device to disconnect during SCSI operations.
Three settings are allowed: Indicates whether to pause for user acknowledgement after displaying an alert message during boot. The Adapter Properties option allows you to view and modify adapter settings. Function range Boot Order Indicates the relative boot order of an adapter. This item specifies queue tag control to higher level device drivers.
It has a cursor for item selection, horizontal scrolling, and vertical scrolling. Specifies the maximum data width in bits.
To view li modify the selected adapter’s properties and gain access to the attached devices, press Enter. The cursor must be on the adapter select list to add or remove an adapter.
Footer Area The descriptions of each area are provided below. The first screen of the utility appears after a short delay.
Configuring LSI RAID for Any Operating System from the BIOS
User confirmation is solicited as required. The utility hides them so that you cannot include the same disk twice in a volume. Indicates the number of seconds to wait between spinups of devices attached to an adapter. The volume is created.
Here is an example of the Boot Adapter List Menu: When the next screen appears, select View Existing Array and press Enter. Here is an example of the Global Properties Menu:.
Indicates whether to scan for LUNs greater than zero for a device. Use this function key to obtain context-sensitive help for the cursor-resident area.
Alternate CHS Mapping utilizes an alternate, possibly less efficient mapping that may be required if a device is moved between adapters from different vendors. This message remains on your screen for about five seconds, giving you time to start the utility.
This section provides the menu formats and user inputs available to inform all users about this utility prior to running it. Device range 0x00 – 0x1F, decimal Bits Then reboot the system to clear memory or the old partitioning data will be reused, thus nullifying the previous operation.
To display detailed information, specify verbose mode. If you reboot the system without properly exiting from this utility, some changes may not take effect.