RAID CMDTool2 for DOS, FreeBSD*, Linux*, Solaris*, and Windows*



This utility is a command line utility version 8.07.15 that can be used to check status and manage the RAID controller.

Available Downloads

  • OS Independent
  • Size: 7.1 MB
  • SHA1: C35593BDD70678E2BCB60F2A971D9A32BC1D0619

Detailed Description

This utility is a command line utility that can be used to query the controller and attached devices for status, update firmware, and create/manage logical drive configuration.

This package contains the latest version for DOS and Windows. The Linux version included is not the latest. For the latest Linux version see RAID CMDTool2 for Linux


Supported RAID controllers

This download supports Intel® RAID Controllers using SAS software stack  (RS25AB080, RS25SB008, RMS2PB080, RMS25PB040, RMT3PB080, RMS25CB080, RMS25CB080N,MS25PB080N, RMS25CB040, RMT3CB080, RS25NB008, RS25DB080, RS2VB080, RS2VB040, RT3WB080, RS2WC040, RS2WC080, RS2SG240, RS2WG160, RMS2MH080, RMS2AF080, RMS2AF040, RS2MB044, RS2BL080, RS2BL080DE, RS2BL040, RS2PI008DE, RS2PI008, SRCSASBB8I, SRCSASLS4I, SRCSASJV, SRCSASRB, SRCSATAWB, SROMBSASFC, SROMBSASMP2, SROMBSASMR, SRCSASPH16I, SRCSAS18E, SRCSAS144E, SROMBSAS18E). Note: Verify that this utility has been tested with the RAID card you have chosen to use by checking the drivers web page for your controller.

Package information:

  • Version = 8.07.15
  • OS supported = DOS, FreeBSD*, Linux*, Solaris*, and Windows*


Additional notes

  • Software for each supported operating system can be found in sub-directories in the compressed file. See the release notes document for installation instructions.
  • The software may contain open source software. The associated open source licenses are included with the driver package.

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