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Re: NetBSD on current AMD motherboards

> Your best bet for a supported storage adapter might be a RAID controller
> even if you don't use RAID mode.
Well, but the real RAID controllers (e.g. those supporting RAID5) seem to be
pretty exensive.

> The vendors usually keep the host interface pretty stable even as the
> technology on the disk side changes, so the drivers usually just work
> with new generations of hardware.
Any RAID controller where the management interface works under NetBSD?

> Areca is one decent choice.
I'll look at these. Any SAS-2 controllers supported by NetBSD?

> I like LSI considerably less but it will probably work.
Same question: What about SAS-2?

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