[CentOS] SCSI drives and Centos 7

Sat Apr 29 15:26:48 UTC 2017
Pete Biggs <pete at biggs.org.uk>

On Sat, 2017-04-29 at 08:50 -0500, Gregory P. Ennis wrote:
> Everyone,
> about 4 years ago, I tried to install CentOS 6 on a Supermicro server
> with SCSI drives using a LSI raid system.  I could never figure out or
> find a way to make the installation disc of Centos 6 identify the SCSI
> drives.  The installation disc for Centos 5 identified the SCSI drives
> without a problem. I finally gave up on Centos 6 and installed Centos 5
> and the system has worked very well for the last 4 years 
> Now that Centos 5 has been retired, I would like to install Centos 7 on
> this server.  Does the install disc for Centos 7 have the same issues
> with SCSI drives as Centos 6?  Has anyone used Centos 7 on SCSI drives,
> or am I going to need to get an upgrade of the server?  The server is
> working great.
I installed CentOS 7 on a machine with an LSI Ultra 320 SCSI card in it
and I don't remember having any problems. But there again, the OS on
that system is installed on a separate SAS MegaRAID drive and the SCSI
is just used for user files, so I never paid much attention to it
during install.