I have a couple servers utilizing Supermicro X11SAE-M motherboards which I believe use the C600 intel raid chip. Both these devices are less than a year old and already have flagged between them a total of 4 hard drives as status (0). These drives are Samsung 850 Pro SSD hard drives.
Is there some kind of setting I need to make sure is enabled to get this raid controller to stop killing them so fast, or are they simply incorrect in flagging a drive as status(0) and I need to change some other option to fix that as well?
Please let me know as I am very tempted to go back to my LSI/Avago megaraid cards as they do not have this problem and I have several of servers built with those cards in the field going on 6 years now with 0 dead drives utilizing Samsungs 830 and 840 series ssd's, and even some of Intel's SSDs.
In this case the best support should be provided by your computer manufacturer and this is because from our end the support provided is for desktop chispets controllers since you have server chipset Contact Us | About Supermicro - Super Micro Computer, Inc. is the right place in order to get more answers.