I canīt see my disks on /dev
I think you are rigth, (PERC 6/i)
Iīm going to make another virtual disk (I already have one) and check if the
> ESGLinux wrote:
> > Hi All,
> > I have a RHEL server and I have a strange problem with my disks.
> > First I have two disks in RAID1 (hardware). I see the raid device as
> > /dev/sda.
> > I have plugged two new disks but I donīt have made a RAID with them. If I
> > reboot the machine I see the four disks detected but I donīt get a
> > asociated to the new disks.
> > If I make dmesg I see the four disks, but if I make fdisk -l I only see
> > /dev/sda,
> > Why canīt I see the new disks?
> Ah, right. Let me guess: a PERC controller, or some hardware HBA? Are all
> of the drives on the HBA bus? Based on my recent experience with Dell
> boxen with PERC (6 and 7) controllers, you cannot see a drive until you
> create it at least as a virtual drive of RAID 0.
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