ESXi Raid (RSTe) and Supermicro X10SDV-8C-TLN4F Raid support
I bought a Supermicro mini-itx board for an ESXi server X10SDV-8C- TLN4Fhttps://www.supermicro.com/products/motherboard/Xeon/D/X10SDV-8C-TLN4F.cfm Really awesome board, and small. Supports 1 m.2 NVM drive, although 2 for a raid would be much better. It has enough horsepower for a good amount of VM's and hold 128 gb of ram. Processor is fair, but since most VM's don't use too much CPU, should be ok for my needs. Although for some reason in the back of my mind, I thought it had an LSI hardware raid controller. And wasn't reading, and turned out it has intel RSTe technology. I am running ESXi 6.5 and I am wondering if ESXi supports intel RST technology. The first thought in my head is it doesn't. But I hope it does, or a driver can be installed. If anyone knows if it supports this, that is the first question. Because in testing a USB drive and ESXi 6.5, it didn't see the raid configuration. If it does not, then I need to find a mickey mouse way, because I am using the PCIe slot for a graphics card.
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