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Rosewill RSV-S5 Server Silicon Image SATA RAID Driver

In RAID 5 with the silicon image card , device was very slow and It still disconnects and hang server. To make it work, jumper the sata drives to Rosewill RSV-S5 Server Silicon Image RAID Driver Beta 2. - Providing 5 bay SATA II 3G HDD huge storage space for your multi media data b. Rosewill RSV-S5 SATA 3G " HDD 5-Bay RAID 0/1/5/10/JBOD enclosures section and the rest are in raid server subsystem section, but whatever) which currently only support up to MAC OS by Silicon Image.)".


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Rosewill RSV-S5 Server Silicon Image SATA RAID Driver

If I were you I would immediately take the drives out mark the order.

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Get an RMA or check below All raid controllers software and hardware will both write whats called meta data to each disc. This meta data contains the layout of the raid array, parity, stripe size, etc If you build this raid array on an ICH10 chipset for example, then you can place the disc in the correct order on anybody's mobo with that same chipset and it will pick up the array.

Also do a smart scan on each hard drive. You may need to plug each disk up to an esata port on another computer to run smart scans and find out if you have a bad disk or a bad raid chip or both.

Media files stored locally. Creating media files from various sources, non-streaming or streaming usually called "ripping" or "recording"and storing them for later use.

Editing, including re-encoding, media files. Hardware components that are important for each task is: This includes video decode and various post-processing deinterlacing, rescaling etc.

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GPU is the most important for this task unless you resort to a software playback solution such as ffdshow. A couple of GPUs integrated in motherboard are good. Anyway, so here's what I've learned about these things so far: I had 3x gig drives in the tower in a concatenated softRAID.

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It worked for a month at least as a backup that no one else accessed over the network. But once I got a second one of these towers and connected it for use over the network, all hell broke loose. A lot of mysterious failures and crashes that took down multiple computers -- so random that you almost thought it wouldn't happen again. Eventually I thought it was just the new Rosewill RSV-S5 Server Silicon Image SATA RAID and returned it to Newegg Actually, let me spare you the long story.

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They both have Mac Pros but one has Leopard installed and the latter has Tiger. Not sure about the one with the Rosewill.

I know one of them doesn't work because I'm trying it right now in a hacky and it ain't working. When I can sort out which is which, I'll report back. This may contradict step 4. We'll see if I get a kernel panic after some copying Alpha was crashing on the SansDigitals.

Gamma had flat-out kernel panics when accessing the Rosewill drives. Apparently there's to be no RAID5 for us as the current drivers are rubbish.

Once we added a second RAID tower and accessed it over the network, total breakage. At least once a day the connected computers would all hard crash each other in trying to access that SansDigital network share.

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