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Registered: ‎05-09-2012
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Configuring ADM from CLI?

Hi,

 

Trying to create logical drive with ADM enabled from hpacucli:

 

=> ctrl slot=0 create type=ld drives=1I:2:1,1I:2:2,1I:2:3,1I:2:4,2I:2:5,2I:2:6 size=307200 raid=adm

Error: "raid=adm" is not a valid option for array A

Available options are:
   raid 0
   raid 1+0
   raid 1+0 (adm)
   raid 5
   raid 6 (adg)
   raid 50 (default value)

=> ctrl slot=0 create type=ld drives=1I:2:1,1I:2:2,1I:2:3,1I:2:4,2I:2:5,2I:2:6 size=307200 raid=1+0 (adm) 

Error: Syntax error at "(adm)"

 I know this works from HPACU in Intelligent Provisioning (this is a DL380p Gen8) but I am trying to avoid having to reboot the system. Using raid=1+0 creates plain RAID10 array with 3 mirrors.

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Registered: ‎05-13-2013
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Re: Configuring ADM from CLI?

Do you have the proper licensing and hardware to enable ADM?

 

ADM requires Smart Array Advanced Pack 2.0 (SAAP2) licensing and a flash backed write cache hardware module on a P222, P420, P420i, or P421.

 

If you have a P721m/2G or P822/2G controller, the licensing and cache module are already included.

 

If you do, use "raid=1+0adm" as the flag. (No space between "1+0" and "adm", and no parenthesis)

 

See page 63 of this guide for more syntax details:

http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bc/docs/support/SupportManual/c00729544/c00729544.pdf

 

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Re: Configuring ADM from CLI?

Yes SAAP2 license is installed and the hardware supports it.

And that worked - thanks. Perhaps ACUCLI should have proper syntax listed :)

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