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Adapters Supported: ServeRAID C100 (81Y4475)

Kernels Supported:
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megasr_14.05.0701.2011-1_rhel6.1_32.img
 - kernel-2.6.32-131.0.15.el6.i686

megasr_14.05.0701.2011-1_rhel6.1_64.img
 - kernel-2.6.32-131.0.15.el6.x86_64


(C) Copyright International Business Machines Corporation 1999, 2011. All 
rights reserved.  US Government Users Restricted Rights - Use, duplication, 
or disclosure restricted by GSA ADP Schedule Contract with IBM Corp.

Note: Before using this information and the product it supports, read the 
general information in "Notices and trademarks" in this document.


CONTENTS
________

1.0  Overview
2.0  Installation and setup instructions
     2.1 Working with driver image files to create driver installation media
     2.2 Network operating system installation instructions
     2.3 Troubleshooting tips
3.0  Configuration information 
4.0  Unattended mode
5.0  Web site and support phone number
6.0  Notices and trademarks
7.0  Disclaimer


1.0  Overview
_____________

  1.1    This update includes a new device driver for the ServeRAID C100 
         supporting Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 (RHEL 6).  

  1.2    Limitations:
         - None

  1.3    Problems fixed:
         - See change history

  1.4    Level of Recommendations and Prerequisites for the update:
         - None

  1.5    Dependencies:
         - None

  1.6    Update Contents:
          o  ibm_dd_megasr_14.05.0701.2011_rhel6_32-64.zip
             - Driver update image
          o  ibm_dd_megasr_14.05.0701.2011_rhel6_32-64
             - Change history


2.0  Installation and setup instructions
________________________________________

  Use the following set of instructions to install the supported network 
  operating systems.

  2.1 Working with driver image files to create driver installation media
  -----------------------------------------------------------------------

  These driver images can be used to create a USB key, CD, DVD, or floppy disk 
  containing the driver formatted for use during the installation of the 
  operating system.
  
  1) Copy the .zip file to a temporary directory and extract it.
  
  2) Using the list of supported kernels at the top of this readme, determine 
     which set of .img files you will need for your installation.  Use these 
     files wherever 'the .img file' is referenced in this readme.
  
  3) Using the .img file from your set, create a driver update disk on a USB 
     key, CD, DVD, floppy or other media using the instructions below for your 
     media type.
  
     USB Key:
     --------
     There are two different partitioning methods for USB keys.  One of the 
     methods below will work and the other will not, depending on which way 
     your key is partitioned.  The easiest way to discover which is correct 
     for your key is to try the Quick Copy Method first.  If this method is 
     not correct you will receive a message stating that no driver could be 
     found on your media when you try to load the driver in step 3 below.  If 
     that occurs, you can use the Extraction Method and reinsert the key.  Use 
     the Back button on the installation screens to re-detect the key.  You 
     should not need to reboot or start the installation over.
     
     Quick Copy Method:  Copy the .img file to the root directory of the USB 
     key.  You do not need to remove other files from the key unless there is 
     less space than necessary for the two files.
     
     Extraction Method:  Use an img-to-media application (such as dd, rawrite,
     or emt4win, or ardi4usb) to extract the image to the key.  This method 
     will overwrite all data on the key, so you will need to remove all other 
     files before extracting to the key.  Follow the instructions that came 
     with your img-to-media application to correctly extract to your key.  
  
     All other media:
     ----------------
     Use an img-to-media application (such as dd, rawrite, emt4win, or 
     ardi4usb) to extract the image to the media.  This method will overwrite 
     all data on the media.  If you are using rewritable media, you will need 
     to remove all other files before performing the extraction.  Follow the 
     instructions that came with your img-to-media application to correctly 
     extract to your media.

  2.2 Network operating system installation instructions
  ------------------------------------------------------

  Follow these instructions to add the ServeRAID C100 for System x driver 
  during the installation of RHEL 6.

  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
  For Legacy Installations:

  Install instructions support the following NOS's:
    - Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.1 Server Edition
         Driver Media:
            megasr_14.05.0701.2011-1_rhel6.1_32.img

    - Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.1 Server x64 Edition
         Driver Media:
            megasr_14.05.0701.2011-1_rhel6.1_64.img

  Server Preparations:
  - Enable ServeRAID C100 (Software RAID) in F1 Setup and create a RAID volume 
    per the User Guide instructions.
  - For 64-bit versions, configure the "Legacy Only" boot option within F1 
    setup | Boot Manager.

  Installation Procedure:
  1.  Create MEGASR driver diskette or USB Key and attach the device to the 
      server.
  2.  Boot to RHEL 6 installation media to begin install.
  3.  At the "Welcome to RHEL 6" screen, highlight "Install or upgrade an  
      existing system" then press "Tab" to edit the boot options,
  4.  Add the following boot parameters to the to the end of the existing 
      line using either of the following two sets paramters:

        linux dd blacklist=ahci

        -or-

	linux dd noprobe=ata1 noprobe=ata2 noprobe=ata3 noprobe=ata4

      Press "Enter" to start the install.

  5.  When prompted, choose "Yes" to having a driver disk.
  6.  Select the device (diskette or USB key) for the MEGASR driver location.
  7.  Install any additional drivers or cancel to continue.
  8.  On the next screen, either verify the media or skip the media test as 
      prompted.
  9.  The graphic portion of the installation will begin.  Continue the 
      installation following the screens through to completion.

  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
  For native uEFI installations:

  Follow these instructions to add the ServeRAID C100 for System x driver 
  during the installation of RHEL 6.

  Install instructions support the following NOS's:
    - Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.1 Server x64 Edition
         Driver Media:
            megasr_14.05.0701.2011-1_rhel6.1_64.img

  Server Preparations:
  - Enable ServeRAID C100 (Software RAID) in F1 Setup and create a RAID volume 
    per the User Guide instructions.
  - Ensure the "Legacy Only" boot option within F1 setup | Boot Manager is 
    removed.

  Installation Procedure:
  1.  Create MEGASR driver diskette or USB Key and attach the device to the 
      server.
  2.  Boot to RHEL 6 installation media to begin install.
  3.  When prompted with "Booting Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.1 in seconds...",
      press any key.
  4.  From the GNU GRUB menu, edit "Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.1" and add either 
      of the following two sets paramters to the end of the line:

        linux dd blacklist=ahci  

        -or-

        linux dd noprobe=ata1 noprobe=ata2 noprobe=ata3 noprobe=ata4

      Press "Enter" to save the changes and press "b" to boot with the new 
      options.

  5.  When prompted, choose "Yes" to having a driver disk.
  6.  Select the device (diskette or USB key) for the MEGASR driver location.
  7.  Install any additional drivers or cancel to continue.
  8.  On the next screen, either verify the media or skip the media test as 
      prompted.
  9.  The graphic portion of the installation will begin.  Continue the 
      installation following the screens through to completion.


  2.2 Troubleshooting tips
  ------------------------
    None


3.0  Configuration information
______________________________
		
  For detailed setup instructions for your controller, refer to the 
  ServeRAID C100 User's Guide.


4.0  Unattended Mode
____________________

  Not supported.


5.0 Web Sites and Support Phone Number
______________________________________

  o  You can find support and downloads for IBM products from the IBM Support 
     Web site:

     http://www.ibm.com/support/
     
     You can find support and downloads specific to disk controllers by 
     searching for the "Disk Controller and RAID Software Matrix" from the 
     main support page.

  o  For the latest compatibility information, see the IBM ServerProven Web 
     site:

     http://www-03.ibm.com/servers/eserver/serverproven/compat/us/

  o  With the original purchase of an IBM hardware product, you have access 
     to extensive support coverage.  During the IBM hardware product warranty 
     period, you may call the IBM HelpCenter (1-800-IBM-SERV in the U.S.) 
     for hardware product assistance covered under the terms of the 
     IBM hardware warranty.


6.0 Trademarks and Notices
__________________________

  This product may contain program code or packages ("code") licensed by third 
  parties, as well as code licensed by IBM.   For non-IBM Code, the third 
  parties, not IBM, are the licensors.  Your use of the non-IBM code is 
  governed by the terms of the license accompanying that code, as identified 
  in the attached files.  You acknowledge that you have read and agree to the 
  license agreements contained in these files. If you do not agree to the 
  terms of these third party license agreements, you may not use the 
  accompanying code.

  IBM and ServeRAID are trademarks or registered trademarks of International 
  Business Machines Corporation in the United States and other countries.

  LSI and MegaRAID are trademarks or registered trademarks of LSI Logic, Corp 
  in the United States and other countries.

  Linux is a registered trademark of Linus Torvalds in the United States and 
  other countries.

  Other company, product, and service names may be trademarks or service marks 
  of others.


7.0 Disclaimer
______________

  THIS DOCUMENT IS PROVIDED "AS IS" WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND.
  IBM DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES, WHETHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED,
  INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF FITNESS
  FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND MERCHANTABILITY WITH RESPECT TO THE
  INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT.  BY FURNISHING THIS DOCUMENT, IBM
  GRANTS NO LICENSES TO ANY PATENTS OR COPYRIGHTS.

  Note to U.S. Government Users -- Documentation related to
  restricted rights -- Use, duplication or disclosure is subject
  to restrictions set forth in GSA ADP Schedule Contract with
  IBM Corporation.
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