With Media Installed provides removable media support regardless of the drive ordering. Here is an example of the Boot Adapter List Menu: Device range 0x00 – 0x1F, decimal Bits If the utility is available, the following message also appears on your monitor: This area provides static information text, which is typically the product title and version. Indicates whether an adapter has NVM associated with it.
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Use this function key to set cursor context to the menu selection area, select a menu item, and press Enter. An adapter’s configuration is stored in its associated NVM.
The horizontal and vertical scroll bars appear here. To select an adapter, use only the arrow keys. The cursor must be on the adapter select list to add or remove an adapter. Use the arrow keys to highlight the [No] item in the RAID Disk column for the disks you want to include mpg the volume. The utility hides them so that you cannot include the same disk twice in a volume. This section provides the menu formats and user inputs available to inform all users about this li prior to running it.
Use this function key to obtain context-sensitive help for the cursor-resident area. The Adapter Properties option allows you to view and modify adapter settings. Up to four of the total adapters in a system may be selected as bootable.
Press Esc to abort or exit from this utility. Function range Boot Order Indicates the relative boot order of an adapter. Indicates whether to sscsi for user acknowledgement after displaying an alert message during boot. Boot Drive Only provides removable media support for a removable hard drive if it is first in the scan order.
When you are lssi with your choices, type c to create the array. Indicates whether to scan for this SCSI identifier at boot time. Set this option to No if there is a device that you do not want to be available to the system. To low-level format a device, press Enter.
Next Boot Indicates whether to enable an adapter upon the next boot. With Media Installed provides removable media support regardless of the drive ordering. Spinup Delay Secs Indicates the number of seconds to wait between spinups of devices attached to an adapter. Removable Media Support Specifies the removable media support option for an adapter. Indicates whether an adapter has automatic termination control, and if so, its current status.
Boot Choice Indicates whether this device may possibly be selected as the boot device. Currently the BIOS does not use queue tags. Then reboot the system to clear memory or the old partitioning data will be reused, thus nullifying the previous operation.
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When disabled, it is also necessary to disable disconnects for all devices, as ,pt checking for the reselection phase is not disabled. To wait for any key after displaying a message, specify Yes. If a non – parity generating device disconnects, its operation will never complete because the reselection fails due to parity error.
This option sets the default value for synchronous and wide negotiations with specified devices. Specifies the maximum data width in bits. None indicates no removable media support. Here is an example of the Global Properties Menu:.
Mlt the removable media support option for an adapter. To modify this field, access the Boot Adapter List Menu.