Configure RAID (OSA)
OSA is the easiest way to configure RAID on the server.
If you are using OSA to configure RAID, you can only configure RAID volumes to
level 0 or 1. To configure other RAID levels, you must use the LSI
See Start OSA.
The OSA main window appears.
Click Configure Hardware.
The Hardware Configuration window appears.
Click the RAID Configuration tab.
The RAID Configuration window appears.
Your screen might appear slightly different based on the type of HBA
installed in your server.
From the HBA drop-down menu, select the HBA.
Select one of these:
From the RAID Level drop-down menu, select RAID-0 or RAID-1.
In the Available Disks table, select the drives that you want to add to the
RAID configuration and click Create Volume.
Wait for the RAID volume to be created.
The Volume Details dialog box appears.
In the Volume Details dialog box, type the volume name and if desired, check
the Set As Boot Target to make the volume bootable.
If the server has the SGX-SAS6-INT-Z HBA installed, setting the RAID
volume to bootable is not required.
Click Save & Close.
The RAID Configuration window reappears.
If you want to delete a volume, select it and click Delete Volume.
Click System Information to return to the OSA main screen.
This completes the RAID configuration task.