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Table of Contents

Administration Guide

Checking RAID from command line

Use command line to check if your device uses hardware or software RAID.

To check RAID type from the command line:
  1. Select the CLI Console from the GUI banner.
  2. Type the command diagnose system raid status and press Enter.
  3. The following information is shown in the output:
  • Mega RAID - this output shows that the device uses hardware RAID.
  • Software RAID - this output shows that the device uses software RAID.
Sample command line output showing hardware RAID:

[Product_Name_Model] # diagnose system raid status

Mega RAID: <-- this is hardware RAID

RAID Level: Raid-50

RAID Status: OK

RAID Size: 11175GB

Groups: 2

 

[Product_Name_Model] # diagnose system raid status

Software RAID: <-- this is software RAID

RAID Level: Raid-50

RAID Status: OK

RAID Size: 11175GB

Groups: 2

Checking RAID from command line

Use command line to check if your device uses hardware or software RAID.

To check RAID type from the command line:
  1. Select the CLI Console from the GUI banner.
  2. Type the command diagnose system raid status and press Enter.
  3. The following information is shown in the output:
  • Mega RAID - this output shows that the device uses hardware RAID.
  • Software RAID - this output shows that the device uses software RAID.
Sample command line output showing hardware RAID:

[Product_Name_Model] # diagnose system raid status

Mega RAID: <-- this is hardware RAID

RAID Level: Raid-50

RAID Status: OK

RAID Size: 11175GB

Groups: 2

 

[Product_Name_Model] # diagnose system raid status

Software RAID: <-- this is software RAID

RAID Level: Raid-50

RAID Status: OK

RAID Size: 11175GB

Groups: 2