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Name: PERC H200 Internal Tape Adapter

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Name: Internal Tape Adapter

dchimitt

2011-03-18 20:27:54

Name: PERC H200

Note: Not sure why this is labeled as "Internal Tape Adapter", but I just pulled the SBR off a Dell PERC H200 card and it had 1028:1f22 for subsystem vid/pid.

BLinux

2019-01-14 03:54:21

Name: PERC H200

AlbertP

2019-01-14 10:47:31

Name: PERC H200 Internal Tape Adapter

Note: Upon further investigation, I now know where the "internal tape adapter" reference came from. Examining the manufacturer config page, I saw that the "Board Name" was assigned "Int. Tape Adapter". This being the case, I think PERC H200 should be combined with it for more accurate description, so I propose "PERC H200 Internal Tape Adapter"

BLinux

2019-01-15 20:19:07

Name: PERC H200 Internal Tape Adapter

I must say I don't quite understand what this device has to do with tapes but Dell's web site also mentions the word tape on a few occasions, so I'll take this at face value and approve the request.

AlbertP

2019-01-16 13:45:50

@AlbertP: I think this particular card was a special H200 card sold with tape backup/archive machines. it is almost identical to the other H200 cards, except it is missing 1 out of 2 flash memory chips. so it seems to be a slightly "lower end" H200. info for this is here: https://www.dell.com/support/manuals/us/en/04/poweredge-r720/om_sw_support_matrix-v3/internal-tape-adapter?guid=guid-9ad1e660-ffe6-4257-89c8-1d963bea0330&lang=en-us

the missing flash memory chip probably means it is not able to run the IR firmware, which requires extra space to store RAID related configurations; this seems to make sense as RAID features are not needed for running tape drives.

BLinux

2019-01-17 21:53:56

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