Comments Gerardo on Wednesday, June 5, at Gerardo on Wednesday, June 5, at I found that to be a shame because the system seemed so quick and peppy before. Joel on Monday, September 5, at I tried updating to newer FW on the LSI resulting in non-functioning, which I was luckily able to fix by reflashing the original fw , but it didn’t seem to help.
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I don’t know how trusty is the site, and can’t confirm that source and binaries are authentic from LSI and not modified. In fact, anytime anything write intensive happens the entire lsijtil will literally stop for long periods. I tried updating to newer FW on the LSI resulting in non-functioning, which I was luckily able to fix by reflashing the original fwbut it didn’t seem to help. Thanks to your link I can access those options! Eric on Thursday, November 12, at I’ll leave the usage guides to others, but I’ll mention one issue I had.
Thanks for the links, it got me through when I needed it. Here are the two newest copies I could find on LSI’s servers:. Was looking for this.
Amit on Wednesday, January 8, at Then my main disk went bad. I think that the better answer here would be OS lsiutill. Lately it has seemed worse, so, today I try this! Comments Gerardo on Wednesday, June 5, at Sathyavathi on Monday, February 19, at SB on Wednesday, September 9, at I found that to be a shame because the system seemed so quick and peppy before.
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Mario on Thursday, March 16, at Too bad that the HP version of the FW doesn’t bring out features like cache enabling the way most dell or lsi fw’s do.
Unable to find kindly help me with this. That is just about how it feels, anyway. Luckily I was able to save all the data, but decided to use RAID in the future whenever possible from then on. Mike on Tuesday, July dpm, at Darned if the computer doesn’t feel a hundred times faster already! Here are the two newest copies I could find on LSI’s servers: I tried all kinds of things, but lsiitil the end, even LSIUtil and reboots did not fix it lsuitil I had to go to the datacenter, physically disconnect the “missing” drive, and then reconnect it.
I allowed a temporary ssl session to this site and have downloaded and tested lsiutil 1. It was put there to enhance performance, so lets use it! At that point, the RAID array began resyncing.
But I just found a copy of the 1. Sam on Tuesday, May 10, at Thanks for the links adlib.
Why is the OS trying to write-cache when ksiutil is disabled? Hey, thanks so much for this information and especially to adib for the binary downloads. Vladimir on Friday, November 15, at Tom on Friday, March 14, at The whole system feels more available and not like it’s constantly waiting on something to end or interrupt.