Supermicro X9QRI-F+ BIOS and Raid Controller

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Supermicro X9QRI-F+ BIOS and Raid Controller

Hi there,

we have now a supermicro server with DEPO stickers in all places.

its configuration is as follows MB – X9QRI-F+ (BIOS 3.0a), raid controller – LSI MegaRaid SAS 9260-8i (fw – 2-130.403-3066)

There have been 5 disks within the raid basket (SAS, SSD, SAS, SAS, SAS), in that order.

we would have liked to redo the raid array for different duties.

we eliminated the SSD and restored the proper numbering of disks within the basket, after which the raid controller was not detected within the BIOS of the motherboard.

We tried to revive it to working capability by altering the configuration of the disks within the basket, generally it was detected within the BIOS.

however once we booted into Home windows, the disks weren’t detected in any manner, we used all variations from 2008 to 2022, we used the megarade storage Supervisor program v.

I do not suppose that the SSD drive served as a form of stub for the basket to make it work.

we disconnected the wires from the raid controller and it was nonetheless not detected within the BIOS.

then we determined to attempt every thing. we pulled out all of the reminiscence slots, all different gear, together with IPMI, besides CPU.

we inserted the raid controller into one other laptop. It was completely detected in Home windows (MB H510m-A PRO), however the BIOS didn’t see it both

we have now up to date the BIOS from the motherboard X9QRI-F+ to model 3.0 b

we tried to put in totally different firmware variations on the raid controller which we might discover on the location Broadcom, ranging from the bottom to the newest.

some firmware was not seen even on a brand new motherboard.

for the time being we’re utilizing firmware 2-120-183-1415. it’s nicely outlined on the brand new motherboard and this system sees it.

once we insert a raid controller right into a supermicro, we most frequently get a blinking cursor, or a BIOS boot cease on the controller BIOS display. Generally with 3-4 makes an attempt, it could actually boot into Home windows, however this system nonetheless doesn’t see the controller.

generally the bios itself sees the controller and checks the disks, which at the moment are 4 SAS

necessary observe – Home windows (SSD) is related to the motherboard’s inside SATA port

we are able to go contained in the BIOS of the controller to do some actions in its program, however once we boot into Home windows, the Mega raid program doesn’t see it and can’t connect with the host

I learn quite a lot of info on comparable issues, however I didn’t discover something concrete on this downside. I did varied BIOS settings nevertheless it doesn’t assist

Sadly, I don’t know a lot about what was beforehand on this server, since I’m a brand new worker, and the outdated one left a very long time in the past

Thanks for listening to me, I am prepared to jot down down the solutions.

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