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DBurk1
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Could not create volume using mixed disk configuration

I'm using the RST CLI (version 13.2) trying to create a RAID 0 from 3 SSD's. I am able to successfully create the RAID using the RST Windows utility but not RST CLI (rstcli64.exe). The command line I am using and the received error is shown below. I've also included the info that gets returned when I use the -I parameter. Any help would be appreciated.

My Command Line: rstcli64 -C -l 0 -s 64 -n RAID 0-0-0-0 0-0-1-0 0-0-4-0

Error Received:

INVALID_REQUEST: Unrecognized command, request was formatted incorrectly.

Could not create volume using mixed disk configuration.

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Also, when I do an info I get the following:

--CONTROLLER INFORMATION--

Name: Intel(R) Mobile Express Chipset SATA RAID Controller

Type: AHCI

Supported RAID: 0,1,5,10

Max Disks/Array: 6

HW Information:

Vendor ID: 0x8086

Device ID: 0x282a

HW Revision: 5

Dynamic Storage Accelerator: Disabled

--END DEVICE INFORMATION--

ID: 0-0-0-0

Type: Disk

Disk Type: SATA SSD

State: Normal

Size: 477 GB

Free Size: 477 GB

System Disk: False

Usage: Pass through

Serial Number: SO180122100241C71

Model: SGC25T512-NM9OBI

ID: 0-0-1-0

Type: Disk

Disk Type: Unknown disk type SSD

State: Normal

Size: 0 GB

Free Size: 477 GB

System Disk: False

Usage: Pass through

Serial Number: O180122100241C6C

Model:

ID: 0-0-2-0

Type: Disk

Disk Type: Unknown disk type SSD

State: Normal

Size: 0 GB

Free Size: 60 GB

System Disk: True

Usage: Pass through

Serial Number: 0000001R11DBL4tS

Model:

ID: 0-0-4-0

Type: Disk

Disk Type: Unknown disk type SSD

State: Normal

Size: 0 GB

Free Size: 477 GB

System Disk: False

Usage: Pass through

Serial Number: O180122100241C6A

Model:

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idata
Community Manager
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Hello dburke

 

 

Thank you for joining the community.

 

 

I see that you are using Intel® rapid storage technology (IRST) to create a RAID0 on your system; when you are using the graphical interface you are able to create the RAID, but at the time to use the CLI you are having an error to create the RAID, is there any particular reason to create use the CLI to create the RAID?

 

 

Regards,

 

Leonardo C.

 

DBurk1
Beginner
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Yes! We want to use the CLI because we want to automate the process of creating the RAID in our systems in production. Doing it manually is far too cumbersome for production environments. I realize we could always use a macro recording and playback program which is our fallback plan if the CLI can't be used.

idata
Community Manager
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Hello dburke

 

 

Thank you for your response

 

 

At this stage, I would recommend waiting for different community peers to join in and provide additional Command lines for the CLI version 13.2; allow me to inform you that Intel does not provide command lines assistance because this will be driver installation modification.

 

 

Regards,

 

Leonardo C.

 

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