I’m trying to install Feroda on my machine, I have two M.2 SSD PCIe set on the Bios as RST RAID 1 at the installation process doesn’t show the disks or the Raid Array. I try many things but without success, someone has passed on this situation? Can help? NOTE: Windows 10 found without any drive the array.
MB: Gigabyte X299 Master with BIOS Ver.F3F
CPU: 44 Lanes
SSD: Two XPG SX6000 PCIe Gen3x4 M.2 2280
Please, any advice?
As I recall, this is fake RAID that is non-standard and won’t be seen by Linux. Your only option is to disable it, and use software RAID (which as I understand it, is better and more flexible than hardware RAID.)
To be clear, it’s the disk controller in RAID mode that’s the problem, and it works fine in AHCI (standards-compliant) mode. But since you seem to actually have a RAID setup, that effectively means it also can’t be used.
Thanks for your help QuLogic.
I remove from the BIOS the setting, and I’m trying to install, but for some reason now show a multipath, with I remove using
multipath -f /dev/nvme0n1 but the disks still reference and if a reboot build again… any tip?
I’m not entirely sure what you mean; can you post a screenshot or some logs?