This blog post builds on the same workaround explained in my older post about how to install the 32-bit version of Dell OMSA 6.3 on a 64-bit version of RHEL / CentOS 5.5 on a PowerEdge server so you can manage a PERC 4 RAID adapter. Dell’s newer OMSA 6.4 […]

“No controllers found” fix: set up Dell OMSA 6.4 32-bit ...

UPDATE: If you’d like to run the newer OMSA 6.4, please read this updated blog post. If you’d rather install OMSA 6.3, then please continue! If you’re running a 64bit version of RHEL 5.5 or CentOS 5.5 on a slightly older Dell PowerEdge server with a PERC 4 or earlier […]

“No controllers found” fix: set up Dell OMSA 6.3 32-bit ...

For about a year now, we’ve been happily running two Dell PowerEdge 2950s with quad procs, 4GB of RAM (or so we thought), and RHEL5. Running a high-traffic website can be memory intensive, so we recently decided to upgrade the memory, and bought 8 more GB of RAM for each […]

Running more than 4GB RAM on Fedora, RHEL, & CentOS