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LSI 9240-8i MegaRAID SAS Driver

Drive Cache and Cached IO enabled I'm really considering at this point the card is defective and LSI 9240-8i MegaRAID SAS either going back to the default on board Raid or buy a new card This makes no sense!

In your shoes at this point, given all the changes that have been made, I'd delete the data array in Megaraid storage manager and recreate it. Set all the settings you have there, and use a 64K LSI 9240-8i MegaRAID SAS. When you format the disk in Windows, use 64K there as well.

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Do a fast initialization at the end of the creation of the logical volume in MSM so it presents it to Windows right away. Even during background initialization it should perform better than what you're seeing. Do not make any changes at all to the disk LSI 9240-8i MegaRAID SAS windows. If this doesn't help, I've gotta think bad firmware. Most performance cards with LSI cards all dated back to old firmware that was resolved in later firmwares.

Unfortunately you can't get firmware for that card anymore from broadcom's website.

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Not really sure where you can. I'm not even sure LSI 9240-8i MegaRAID SAS the latest version for that card was to be able to compare to the version you've already flashed to. It just didn't have the juice to keep up with the SSDs. The 's and 's I use nowadays all rock. It is weird for sure.

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As for the firmware. I believe this was a Lenovo card. I was able to flash the firmware from SeptI think that was the last released and its fairly current.

So I don't think it is a firmware problem. Plus it was acting this way before I flashed the firmware, it was one a version from I believe. I'll try recreating my D: I'll post results soon.

I'd change back anything you've changed on the virtual drive in Windows. You don't need to touch any of that. The RAID controller controls all the important settings right here.

I can't manually change them. None of this makes sense what so ever I'm now getting worse performance then before!!

Drive Cache and Cached IO enabled I'm really considering at LSI 9240-8i MegaRAID SAS point the card is defective and I'm either going back to the default on board Raid or buy a new card This makes no sense! In your shoes at this point, given all the changes that have been made, I'd delete the data array in Megaraid storage manager and recreate it. Set all the settings you have there, and use a 64K strip. When you format the disk in Windows, use 64K there as well.

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Do a fast initialization at the end of the creation of the logical volume in MSM so it presents it to Windows right away. Even during background initialization it should perform better than what you're seeing.

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Do not make any changes at all to the disk in windows. If this doesn't help, I've gotta think bad firmware.

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Most performance cards with LSI cards all dated back to old firmware that was resolved in later firmwares. Unfortunately you can't get firmware for that card anymore from broadcom's website. Not really sure where you can. I'm LSI 9240-8i MegaRAID SAS even sure what the latest version for that card was to be able to compare to the version you've already flashed to.

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It just didn't have the juice to keep up with the SSDs.

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