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SR2612URR & AXXROMBSASMR & ST33000650SS Problem

idata
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Hello guys,

I have a little problem with my SR2612URR and I hope that you can help me.

In server is RAID module AXXROMBSASMR and now I bought a new 3TB SAS HDD - ST33000650SS. BIOS can detect the HDD but in RAID configuration is HDD with error and with 0MB of capacity.

I found here http://serverconfigurator.intel.com/sctthol.aspx?search=Server+System+SR2612URR http://serverconfigurator.intel.com/sctthol.aspx?search=Server+System+SR2612URR that HDD is compatible so I do not know where is a problem.

Should I upgrade firmware? Or is problem with 3TB HDD?

Thank you and sorry for my english

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idata
Community Manager
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Losan,

Compatibility is always the lesser of the combined device compatibilities. The AXXROMBSASMR RAID module uses the LSI* 1078 SAS ROC Controller, which doesn't support hard drives greater than 2TB. It's highly recommended that you select hard drives from the SROMBSASMR http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/server/sb/CS-030488.htm Tested hardware and operating system list.

Regards,

John

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idata
Community Manager
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Losan,

Compatibility is always the lesser of the combined device compatibilities. The AXXROMBSASMR RAID module uses the LSI* 1078 SAS ROC Controller, which doesn't support hard drives greater than 2TB. It's highly recommended that you select hard drives from the SROMBSASMR http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/server/sb/CS-030488.htm Tested hardware and operating system list.

Regards,

John

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idata
Community Manager
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Hi John S,

thank you very much for your answer. I will change the HDD.

Regards

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