I would use the system builder redbook
http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/redbooks/pdfs/sg247765.pdf (page 300)

#5904 PCI-X DDR 1.5 GB Cache SAS RAID Adapter
PCI-X DDR 1.5 GB Cache SAS RAID Adapter provides disk controller drive or SSD controller function using
PCI-X DDR technology, with a maximum of 1.5 GB compressed write cache and a maximum 1.6 GB
compressed read cache. Auxiliary write cache and concurrent battery maintenance are provided. The
controller is implemented using two physical cards that are firmly connected and requires two adjacent PCI
slots. It provides three mini-SAS 4x connectors for the attachment of SAS drives located in a #5886 EXP
12S Expansion Drawers. The controller supports a maximum of five SAS #5886 EXP 12S Expansion
Drawers. It supports up to six drive slots in one POWER6 560/570 CEC drawers and up to three POWER6
560/570 drawers in the same server. With proper cabling and configuration, multiple wide ports are used to
provide redundant paths to each dual port SAS disk or SSD. The adapter manages SAS path redundancy
and path switching should a SAS drive failure occur.

The CCIN is 572F/575C.


On Apr 11, 2011 2:09pm, Midrange Information <ldwopt@xxxxxxx> wrote:

How do I find out if this (572F) is a RAID card?

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