Guide for Intel® RAID Controllers Interoperability


Install & Setup



RAID (Redundant Array of Independent Disks) technology is commonly implemented in server usage models as an option to provide additional data protection. RAID solutions are now also found in other computer environments such as desktops, workstations, and external storage devices that support a large number of hard drives.

Intel® RAID Controllers Interoperability Guide (PDF) icon
This guide provides detailed information on how to set up a storage hardware system using Intel® Server Boards and Intel® RAID Controllers on Chenbro* RM31616 Chassis, including information on how to install an Intel® RAID Controller in a Chenbro* RM31616 chassis in conjunction with an Intel® Server Board S50000XVN. The guide also provides information on how to attach cables for LED functionality and how to tune RAID subsystem performance for different storage applications. The document will not recommend or endorse any specific operating system or storage application, but is intended to demonstrate how to integrate and configure the hardware in preparation for a storage application usage model.

Size: 740 KB
Date: April 2009
Revision: 1.0

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