raidconfig allows you to explore, monitor, and configure storage resources connected to the system.
raidconfig provides the following functions:
Shows, creates, deletes, and modifies RAID volumes.
Facilitates scripting by using command-line options.
Configures many similar and dissimilar platforms in a data center.
Displays the current RAID configuration and writes it to an XML file so it can be edited and used to configure the same or a different platform.
Represents a logical disk in a portable manner.
For example, using a unique enumeration per controller, instead of a SAS address, facilitates moving the XML file to other platforms.
Provides a super-set of all configuration options provided by the Adaptec and LSI CLI commands.
Uses capability checking for particular adapters based on data retrieved from the API.
Creates nested RAID volumes depending on the controller.