RAID Configuration Utility Guide for Intel® Server RAID Controller SRCU21/SRCU31/SRCU31L

Last Reviewed: 14-Apr-2017
Article ID: 000007172

RAID Configuration Utility (PDF) PDF
The RAID Configuration Utility (RCU) is a BIOS-based utility used to configure a RAID volume prior to OS installation. The RAID Configuration Utility is designed to allow you to easily create the most fault-tolerant volume on which to install the operating system. The RCU is designed to create one volume for the host operating system, and therefore contains only a subset of the RAID configuration features.

The RCU is limited to the creation of one RAID volume across all available drives. You can also use the RCU to mark drives that will not be used in the RAID volume as a pass-through. You can later change these drives to be non-pass-through drives after the volume has been created.

File name: RCU.PDF
Size: 76.2 KB
Date: April 2001

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Related topic
Intel® RAID Software User Guide for Intel® Embedded Server RAID Technology 2, IT/IR RAID, Intel® Integrated Server RAID, and Intel® RAID Software Stack 3

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