How can I check if the RAID configuration in my C200 M2 server is correct, the server was purchased from Cisco and I understand that it should be preconfigured with the correct RAID for Call Manager but I want to double check and make sure before I install VMW and create the virtual machines, I went in to the pre-boot CLI and ran the command -ldinfo -l0 -a0 and got the following out put:
Does this mean is correct ?? not to familiar with this and not sure how to check if Primary 1 has disk 0, and 1 and Secondary has 2 and 3, do I need to reconfigure RAID to match the config. in the release notes
Thanks for your replay but I know what my configuration should be, what I dont know is if the out put of the command displayed above is the result of a right configuration, since this was a tricky question I opened a TAC case and they confirmed that the C200 M2 purchased directly from Cisco comes preconfigured with RAID 10 and that the output indicates that is correctly configured.
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