You can use the Oracle System Assistant RAID Configuration task to prepare the server hard drives for an OS installation. The task enables you to create a bootable volume using RAID 0 for SGXSAS6INTZ and RAID 0 or 1 for SG-SAS6–R-REM-Z.
Before You Begin
Set up your installation method:
For information about how to set up the cabling to run Oracle System Assistant locally, see Cabling the Server Module.
For information about how to set up the ILOM Remote Console, see Accessing the Server Module Console Through Oracle ILOM.
Review supported HBAs; see Supported Host Bus Adapters.
The Configure Hardware RAID Configuration screen appears.
Sun Blade X3-2B supports the following storage drive controllers:
For more information about supported HBAs, see Supported Host Bus Adapters.
Oracle System Assistant supports only RAID 0 and RAID 1.
The volume appears after the volume is created in the list in the Created Volumes section.
Enter a name for the volume.
Note - You do not need to set the boot disk for the SG-SAS6–REM-Z HBA. The system BIOS automatically recognizes the disk as bootable. .
Install an OS using the instructions in the appropriate OS installation guide: