The S1200BTL server uses Intel ESRT2 or RST embedded RAID. ESRT2 or RST has driver support for Microsoft Windows, Red Hat Enterprise Linux and SuSE Linux Enterprise Server.
I don't believe Vmware supports ESRT2 or RST. You may want to check the Vmware HCL for a compatible RAID controller: http://www.vmware.com/resources/compatibility/search.php?deviceCategory=io
It does support esxi 5.1, but only JBOD "raid" only, it does not recognize previously configured mirroring in my case.
Anyhow, i must buy RMS2AF040, to make this work. Is it compatible with my serverboard?
S1200BT is not listed as compatible boards, but at the end of the list there is "Intel Server Systems and ...".
You should look at it from the perspective of what is compatible with your server board, not what is compatible with a RAID controller. The Intel Server Configurator Tool will list hardware, memory and operating systems that are validated with your specific S1200BTL server board or system.
i've looked and didn't find my Intel server listed in Your configuration tool.
It looks like R1304BTLSHBN with Intel Server Board S1200BTL is EOL.
Regardless, I thought that who else is going to answer that specific Intel raid controller is combatible with specific Intel server board, but Intel employee:)
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There is no Raid Modules in that URL .
There is Raid Modules list in this PDF.
RMS2AF040 is not compatible with S1200BTL.
AXXRMS2AF040 is compatibe with S1200BTL.
This recipes would be not correct.
Thank you very much for helpful reply!
just to be sure, this list:
is not correct for Raid module i presume, but do i need additional network adapter for esxi 5.1, as it suggest?
"AXXRMS2AF040 is compatibe with S1200BTL." - is it compatible with esxi 5.1? I don't see it listed on the Vmware configurator...
1)RMS2AF040 and AXXRMS2AF040 are the same product.
And This recipe is correct.
AXXRMS2AF040 is compatible with esxi 5.1.
2)>>do i need additional network adapter for esxi 5.1, as it suggest?
I think it depends on the case.
How about you try this article?
When there is a problem with the performance of the virtual network,
Could you add the NIC?