The CfgEachDskRaid0 command has two problems when run in the preboot CLI:
It assigns newly created logical volumes in apparently random order.
It sometimes fails to create all volumes.
These problems only occur when the command is run in the preboot environment. Normally, you only configure a single boot volume in the preboot CLI anyway.
This workaround allows you to configure the drives individually using the CfgLdAdd command in the preboot CLI.
-pdlist -a0 | more Adapter #0 Enclosure Device ID: 252 Slot Number: 0
Note - The typical enclosure number is 252, unless there are more than eight drive slots.
-CfgLdAdd -r0[252:0] -a0 -CfgLdAdd -r0[252:1] -a0 -CfgLdAdd -r0[252:2] -a0 -CfgLdAdd -r0[252:3] -a0
Note - If your enclosure number is not 252, substitute your enclosure number in these commands.