[CentOS] Intel SSD

Wed Nov 18 14:48:47 UTC 2015
Birta Levente <blevi.linux at gmail.com>

On 18/11/2015 16:37, Eero Volotinen wrote:
> What is Intel SSD Data Center Tool (ISDCT) ?

" This tool provides a command line interface for interacting with and 
issuning commands to Intel SSD Data Center devices. It is intended to 
configure and check the state of Intel PCIe SSDs and SATA SSDs for a 
production environment. "

> Does Linux kernel detect disk on sata ports?

Of course they detected by kernel. They work very well, just this tool 
does not recognize them.

> Supported usually means that they have tested it and they can say that
> it works.. Many of hardware still works as linux kernel support
> lots of drivers -- even they are not officially supported by vendor.
> --
> Eero
> 2015-11-18 16:25 GMT+02:00 Birta Levente <blevi.linux at gmail.com
> <mailto:blevi.linux at gmail.com>>:
>     Hi
>     I have a supermicro server, motherboard is with C612 chipset and
>     beside that with LSI3108 raid controller integrated.
>     Two Intel SSD DC S3710 200GB.
>     OS: Centos 7.1 up to date.
>     My problem is that the Intel SSD Data Center Tool (ISDCT) does not
>     recognize the SSD drives when they connected to the standard S-ATA
>     ports on the motherboard, but through the LSI raid controller is
>     working.
>     Does somebody know what could be the problem?
>     I talked to the Intel support and they said the problem is that
>     Centos is not supported OS ... only RHEL 7.
>     But if not supported should not work on the LSI controlled neither.
>     Thanks,
>     --
>                 Levi
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