[CentOS] HP Proliant ML150 : how do I access disks ?

Smith Erick Marume-Bahizire erick.smith at live.com
Thu Feb 18 07:15:33 UTC 2010


I would like to ask you something for helphow can i give access to all the website in my centos 5.4 server,I can't access  some website and there are not a pornographicweb. so i would like to know again how can I giveaccess to downloads i can't download through the server Please can you tell me what to do?  

> Date: Thu, 18 Feb 2010 08:07:57 +0100
> From: mk at crc.dk
> To: centos at centos.org
> Subject: Re: [CentOS] HP Proliant ML150 : how do I access disks ?
> 
> On 02/17/2010 11:26 PM, Niki Kovacs wrote:
> ...
> > Plus, I admit I'm lost in the sheer myriad of options in the various
> > boot configuration tools (bios, scsi configurator).
> 
> I would start by opening the box and see
> what's inside.
> 
> What are the disks connected to?
> 
> To the motherboard? To a controller in a
> PCI or whatever slot?
> 
> Usually, on the cover you remove to get
> access to the inside, there's a drawing of the
> motherboard with a list of connections.
> 
> Boot a live CD/USB and do an lspci to list
> controllers.
> 
> On my old ML370 G3 I could connect the disks
> either to a smart array controller in a PCI slot or the
> SCSI controllers on the motherboard.
> 
> Mogens
> 
> 
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