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Scott Beeson 1 It was an attempt to show that the LSI device was not virtual, but it was a poor attempt. I have added the server model to the post. I’ve reworded the question again a bit.
I initially installed the Intel RST software, but it shows no attached drives.
How can I find out the exact model of the controller without physical access? That’s weird, this is definitely the physical host unless syorport are VMs on a VM What other information can I provide?
According to this answerit looks like SAS is inherently intended to be hot swappable. If it’s a server buy from a major brand, like dell, hp or ibm in example, a model number can tell us the exact controller model too, as system seriew are documented. Please add information about your environment.
LSI Adapter, SAS 3000 series, 8-port with 1068E -StorPort
Zac67 3, 2 4 Well, the model devices chosen for virtual hardware are those that are quite common, have mature drivers and are well-documented. I edited the original post to include a screenshot of the device manager.
This is a VM host with multiple company VMs, so I don’t want to shut it down just to get the exact model of the card if it’s even visible. The Windows system details aren’t very specific.
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Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Pointing out the intel thing was an edit after your post.
I added a Windows tag, but I don’t think the fact that it’s a hyper-v host is really relevant to the question itself so I didn’t add that.