> So far IBM never thought that people would use the option to start
> raid, before installing LIC.
Wha? Been doing this for years. On the old Power5s we'd temporarily
connect ALL disk to the first partition, start RAID on EVERYTHING, then
break them back out to the partitions as needed.
So you're saying if the load source is an SSD and you've already RAIDed
them the install will fail?
- Larry "DrFranken" Bolhuis
On 7/16/2014 7:09 AM, rob@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
So far IBM never thought that people would use the option to start raid,
before installing LIC. It's there, I do. It works on spinning disks,
just not on SSD's. There is a side benefit to installing LIC first - you
can select how it should create raid sets. The option numbers may be
different in DST than SST but in SST they are:
3. Work with disk units
2. Work with disk configuration
8. Work with device parity protection
7. Select parity optimization
Select how you want the parity set optimized:
The current parity optimization is: Balanced
Type choice, press Enter.
Select parity optimization