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Proliant ML 350 G4p mix different disks

Proliant ML 350 G4p mix different disks

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Hi, I'm not sure if this thread goes here, correct me if I'm wrong.

I have this HP server with Smart array 642 controller with 6 slots for Ultra SCSI 320 drives.
I also have 4 HP 72GB disks 15k and 2 IBM 73GB 10k.
When I put them together, I cannot create RAID because I do not see IBM disks in RAID management.
When I put out HP drives, I see IBM drives and can create RAID.

Where is the trick, different RPMs or different sizes?

RE: Proliant ML 350 G4p mix different disks

Suspect there is a SCSI ID conflict

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