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This is an archived postI'm using a separate drive connected to the onboard controller for the boot drive with the P410 option-rom disabled through the BIOSNov 23, 2009 #1 BENN0 [H]Lite Messages: 95 Joined: Nov 23, 2009 Hi, has anyone used a HP Smart Array P410 RAID controller (maybe even in combination with the HP SAS expander card) or considered it for a DIY storage server project? I'm currently researching a 16 or 20 drive Windows based storage server and am very interested in using the HP card for the following reasons: -low initial purchase price ($300-$400 on eBay)This can all be done 'live', in place, although I would strongly suggest you carry out a full backup first just in case - it's also not quick, that's an understatement by the way :) In this case with 4 disks the R5-to-R6 move won't change the available disk sizes so you won't need to do any repartitioning etc–Pawel Sawicki May 29 '12 at 11:42 So permanently cripple speed and performance with parity raid to deal with the slim-chance of a double-disk failure? –ewwhite May 29 '12 at 11:56 See my edits that reflect what you see in your screenshots

With 3 expanders in total, this could give you a max of 64 drives, assuming each secondary expander uses a single connector on the primary, so you have 24 drives off each secondary and 16 off the primaryyou need to resize your windows partition to utilize the whole logical driveFeb 11, 2012 #27 sho92 n00bie Messages: 3 Joined: Feb 5, 2011 Since this thread has come back to life, I figured I'd add my experiences and see if anyone has any insight or ideasStandard Features RAID 6 (ADG) RAID 6 (Advanced Data Guarding) protects against failure of any two drivesAlso wanted to share some Useful information about SAAP:-To better understand the (SAAP) you can go through theQuickSpecs can be installed from ACU (Array Configuration Utility) or from ORCA (Online Rom Configuration Utility)HP Smart Array Advanced Pack is ideal for customers utilizing SAS Smart Array Controllers and looking to further fine tune and protect their storage environments.Easy key activation of features further enhance performance, reliability, and availability of customer dataAdded RAID protection with RAID 6 (Advanced Data Guarding) and RAID 60 for an advanced number of drive protection therefore providing advanced data protectionMore secure methodology to erase drives offering more security, ease of redeployment and warranty returnVideo on Demand: provides more optimized performance for video streamingRAID 1 ADM (Advanced Data Mirroring)Move or delete any individual LUNsAnd more PleaseAcknowledgeby clicking the white KUDOS Star!!!!!!!!-Chinmay Kabi Satpathy 1 Kudo Reply Mar 6, 2012 #29 Deeeebs n00bie Messages: 23 Joined: Jun 29, 2010 Hello peeps, I am having some trouble with my setup: Xeon X3450 EVGA P55 Micro SLi 64GB SSD 4GB OCZ Reaper 1600Mhz HP P410 + 512MB BBWC + Battery 4 x 1TB Western Digital Enterprise drives I origionally started off with 3 of the above drives all working GREAT in Raid5 and just added a new one this past weekendDetails: HP Smart Array p410i version 8.4 Thanks in advance! 11 commentsshareall 11 commentssorted by: besttopnewcontroversialoldrandomq&alive (beta)[]andrie1 2 points3 points4 points 1 year ago*(2 children)Upgrade firmware, Smart array advanced pack is part of the firmware now( BENN0, Dec 14, 2009 BENN0, Dec 14, 2009 #8 Under the expand logical drive wizard nothing shows up to add to the drive for expansionNote that I have the P410 in a non HP server so I probably can't install Insight Manager

SAAP functionality is standard on the HP Smart Array P812 controllerThe process for array transformation is described in the Array Configuration Utility manual under the Migrating RAID level or stripe size section Last edited: Nov 28, 2009 BENN0, Nov 28, 2009 BENN0, Nov 28, 2009 #4 I currently have those HDs and wonder if they would work with the HP Controller (had some bad issues with Areca 8 Port controller in the past): All are desktop class HD's 3x WD 1.5TB EARS 2x Samsung 1.5TB 6x WD 1TB Green 2x Hitachi 1TB 3x 640GB WD Blue Wanted to create these RAID Sets: 5x 1.5TB = 6TB usable / 7.5TB 8x 1TB = 7TB usable / 8TB 3x 640GB = 1.2TB usable / 1.9TB But of course it does not make sense to invest if those HDs are not supported by the controllerI have the P410 with 256MB cache and battery in a Jetway motherboardJun 28, 2012 #33 pezosandor n00bie Messages: 2 Joined: Jun 28, 2012 Hi ewer one Can somebody help me out in this matter ? I wish to bay and install the P410 array controller, to the Asus Striker II extreme motherboard Some details may refer to the whole category or range, rather than this particular itemI used a bootable CD from HP with the Array Configuration Utility for this but I guess this should also work from within the OSNo help

The performance of the logical drive will drop with the setting in "High", but is is still more than enough for streaming HD video files etcBottom line is should work, but then of course you would sat that of the Areca! haileris, Oct 30, 2010 haileris, Oct 30, 2010 #18 Server Fault Questions Tags Users Badges Unanswered Ask Question Server Fault is a question and answer site for system and network administratorsDec 14, 2009 #9 BENN0 [H]Lite Messages: 95 Joined: Nov 23, 2009 Guess I found a possible problem today–Pawel Sawicki May 29 '12 at 11:45 add a comment up vote 6 down vote Agreeing with Chopper3 here 487462e4f8
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