Initializing, Viewing, or Synchronizing the ServeRAID II Controller Configuration
The ServeRAID configuration information stored in nonvolatile random-access memory (NVRAM) is critical to the reliable operation of the disk array. To protect the integrity of the configuration information, the configuration information is also stored in an EEPROM and on each RBL and ONL hard disk drive. Each time you change the configuration information, all corresponding copies are updated automatically.
During POST, if the NVRAM configuration information does not match the configuration information stored in the EEPROM or on the hard disk drives, an error message appears.
You can use the Init/View/Synchronize Config menu to initialize, view, or synchronize the ServeRAID controller configuration information.
To initialize, view, or synchronize the configuration information:
You must select this choice if a message appears stating that you have an unrecoverable configuration error, because valid configuration information does not exist.
The identifier consists of both the configuration host ID and a time stamp. You can define the host ID (for example, a host ID can be the serial number of the server) as any string up to 12 characters. (See 'Viewing or Changing the ServeRAID Controller Parameters' for more information.)
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