On Tue, Sep 11, 2007 at 05:19:07PM +0100, Karanbir Singh wrote: > Chuck Campbell wrote: > >The system now boots, so I ran a yum update, which updated 156 packages. > >The kernel was updated too, so I set it up to boot the new xen kernel. > > Depending on the way your Driverdisk is setup - it would have only > installed the drivers for the kernel you installed initially. So if you > have problems talking to the 3ware drives, try booting from that kernel > instead. > > If you want to keep the driver in-place even when the kernel updates, you > might want to investigate the weak-updates process and how you might get a > driver included into that. Pretty much everything you need to make it > happen would be on the system already. yes, it is a 3ware 9650SE-8ML. I used the driver disk during the install, and the installer saw the raid devices. I deselected them during the partitioning of the install disks, and the installed system doesn't see those devices. I then updated the kernel and the new kernel doesn't see the devices either. When I boot the old kernel again, it still doesn't see the devices. Bothe kernels see the card though (looking in /var/log/messages after boot. -chuck -- ACCEL Services, Inc.| Specialists in Gravity, Magnetics | (713)993-0671 ph. | and Integrated Interpretation | (713)993-0608 fax 633 1/2 W. 21st St.| Since 1992 | (713)306-5794 cell Houston, TX, 77008 | Chuck Campbell | campbell at accelinc.com | President & Senior Geoscientist | "Integration means more than having all the maps at the same scale!"