June 27, at Adaptec cards of today are slow. It was a lot of bitching without a lot of content as to why. Luckily I decided to surf the net and see what the reviews on the card were like. Website for the card says that SuSE is supported. Adaptec used to mean that you were getting decent hardware.
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Well, bye bye Adaptec. September 8, at 7: Adaptec Technical Support Then I get a customer satisfaction survey in email to fill out. April 23, at Proudly powered by WordPress. June 4, at We are looking out for a Raid 1 controller and I was suggested this card by a hardware vendor yesterday. The support is also tied specifically to one version of the kernel, so if you want to update your kernel to fix security issues you are screwed as well.
ClarkConnect Forums by ClearFoundation: I installed 2 set of server and using SA. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. I have decided to do this in my own style, and I hope to avoid the baseless bitching while still aar-1420sx people why not to use something.
Adaptec 1420SA is JUNK!
August 23, at 6: My conclusion after those years is: You can find useful tips under linux. June 27, at Adaptec makes crap hardware anymore.
April 24, at 5: Here is the email exchanges:. Thank aadaptec very much Brent for taking the time back then to write this blog.
Just the RAID functionality is a drama? July 9, at 7: Then perhaps it could be aar-1420ea to some use…. If the controller fails, all your data is gone until you find a replacement card with the same bios version, hw rev no etc etc. Just because a card is fakeraid doesnt meant it will be of no use, im planning aqr-1420sa use a SA purely as a sata controller for my md array.
Adaptec SA is JUNK! | Brent’s Thoughts
Even if it means we do not use Raid. Adaptec is not a company someone really need today.
I mean come on. May 31, at October 4, at 9: Claiming linux support is false advertising. The list of non Windows operating systems that they do support is meager at best and only includes versions that are at least a year old. There is no reason for it in either Windows or Linux since both OSes already have that in ada;tec.
After being happy with previous products windowe Adaptec I got sloppy and purchased a SA … just to end up here. I did fill it out even though I am sure it will get sent to the scrap heap.