Advanced Configuration Functions
You can select the Advanced Functions choice to reset the ServeRAID adapter or controller, initialize the configuration, import the configuration information from the drives, configure BIOS settings, and view the adapter, controller, or PCI information.
When you select the Advanced Functions choice from the Main Menu, the following choices appear on the screen.
Attention Be careful when making selections from this menu. If you change the configuration, you might lose data.
This choice deletes the existing configuration information, sets all functional hard disk drives attached to the controller to the Ready state, and deletes all logical drives defined for the controller.
This choice does not change any of the ServeRAID adapter or controller settings (such as the stripe-unit size, rebuild rate, and so on) from their current or customized values.
1. The Multiple Controller mode has two settings: Erase and Shrink. When this parameter is set to Erase, redundant copies of the ServeRAID BIOS are erased. When this parameter is set to Shrink, the extra copies of the ServeRAID BIOS are removed from memory, but stored for future use.
When you have multiple ServeRAID adapters and controllers installed, you need only one active copy of ServeRAID BIOS.
However, to ensure that you will have a copy of the ServeRAID BIOS available if your active copy becomes defective or unavailable, leave the Multiple Controller parameter set to Shrink.
2. Only one adapter or controller in the system can support the INT13 extensions.
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