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Follow, to receive updates on this topic. Simon Rowe on Feb It’s completely untested and unsupported. Not sure exactly what you meant — could you elaborate, please? What’s the model of the server and the raid controller? How would I go about loading the drivers for this? This feature allows a user to interactively use the keyboard, video, and mouse KVM functions of the remote server as if the user were physically at the managed server.
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Posted February 4, Posted May 15, The operation of remotely mounted devices is independent of the local devices on the server. Upvote if you found this answer helpful or interesting.
It’s completely untested and unsupported. Front Bezel The optional front bezel is made of molded plastic and uses a snap-on design.
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Posted April 11, The embedded web server provides a Java applet to enable remote media redirection. I’m having trouble understanding how to get the xenserver installation to load these drivers.
Follow, to receive updates on this topic. Share this post Link to post. We’ve tried loading those 2 folders on the usb drive as well, again, with no luck.
Therefore, it is used to compare to future measurements to verify the integrity of the boot process. Follow, to receive updates on this topic. One small correction, to extract the file you need to use: Not in the installer you won’t. Simon, Ryan knows more about linux than I do softwqre what are the steps we can take to build a driver disk?
It just seems it doesn’t work with the raid controller. I am having a little trouble with getting XenServer to pickup the raid drivers. I am not a Linux guy.
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The intel guy said the partial source files are under the SHIM directory. Does the installer see the separate physical drives or nothing at all? Can you point me to some resource s describing available xenserver kernel boot options? We need to find a solution to this soon, otherwise Jacob will resort to Hyper-V, ughhh Not sure exactly what you meant — could you elaborate, please?
The following sa are supported: Upvote if you also have this question or find it interesting. Even with one you’ll probably see the underlying drives rather than the RAID device. Hi I know this is old thread but i still have the same problem with sl intel motherboard and LSI e raid controller.
Re-package it softare follows: It is all about IT made easy. If i turn off lsi raid in bios it works, i can see my 4 hdd. PCIe Gen2 x4 electrical with x8 physical connector, from second processor.
That would be awesome if you were able to but for practice and just so we can learn is there any documentation on performing these steps? Xen Ent 4 works ok.
So there are actually two logical drives and Citrix can’t pick up any of them.