The Oracle System Assistant System Overview screen appears.
Note - The BIOS mode used for the RAID configuration must match the mode that you will use when you install the operating system; otherwise, the RAID configuration will not be visible or usable. For instructions for switching the BIOS mode from UEFI to Legacy BIOS, or vice versa, see the Administration, Using Legacy BIOS or UEFI. Additionally, not all supported operating systems support UEFI mode. For a list of operating systems that support UEFI mode, see UEFI BIOS Boot Mode.
The RAID Configuration screen appears.
This is the Sun Storage 6 Gb SAS PCIe Internal HBA.
Oracle System Assistant only supports RAID-0, RAID-1, and RAID-10.
The Create Volume dialog box appears.
Entering a volume name is optional. If you do not name the volume, Oracle System Assistant creates a volume without a name.
The Creating RAID Volume information box appears.
After the volume is created, it is displayed in the Created Volumes table.
The Volume Details dialog box appears.
If you did not enter a volume name earlier, the Volume Details dialog box gives you a second chance to do so. If you entered a volume name earlier, you can modify or delete it here.
Note - Naming the volume is optional. If you do not name the volume, Oracle System Assistant creates a volume without a name. Additionally, if at any time you want to change or delete the volume name, you can do so by clicking on the Details button in the Created Volumes table.
The RAID Configuration screen appears and shows the results of the RAID configuration.
This completes the RAID configuration task.
To select any other Oracle System Assistant task, click the corresponding button in the left panel menu. For example, after configuring RAID, you might want to select the Install OS task and perform an operating system installation.
To return to the Oracle System Assistant System Overview screen, click System Information in the left menu panel.
To quit Oracle System Assistant, click Exit.