4.6. Supported SCSI Adapters

If the computer you plan to use for your server has a SCSI hard disk, your SCSI adapter must be supported by Red Hat Linux 7.3. PLEASE NOTE: Only PCI SCSI adapters are supported by the SME Server. Furthermore, they must contain a SCSI BIOS so that the PC can boot from the SCSI disk.

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As SME Server is based on Red Hat Linux version 7.3, PCI-based SCSI adapter that can work with Red Hat Linux 7.3 should also work with SME Server. You can find an up-to-date searchable database at Red Hat's web site at: http://hardware.redhat.com/hcl/ (Choose "Advance Search" then Storage Device/Controller from the "Hardware Class" menu.)

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In the list below the use of an 'x' symbolizes a wildcard. For example, 'AHA-29xx' indicates it applies for the 'AHA-2930' as well as the 'AHA-2940' and any other models beginning with 'AHA-29'.

[1] Note that the firmware on this controller may need to be updated before it can work your server. See http://contribs.org/modules/xoopsfaq/ for more information.