Marvell RAID Console

Category: System & Controller
Manufacturer: Marvell
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 280kb
Operating System: Windows 2K/XP
Latest Version / Release Date: / Jan-06-2009

Windows device driver information for Marvell RAID Console

The Marvell RAID Console is a Microsoft compatible device with a utility for management of disc space. It interacts with the windows operating system to prevent timeouts and delayed disc writes when an array device is either added or removed. This controller uses the SCSI adopter interface to connect to 32 and 64-bit computer systems. The raid utility is installed in the program directory of the main disc with path names such as c:\program\marvell\... Its bus interface can be set to either PCI Express x8 or 133MHz PCI-x standards. This utility supports the raid device native command queuing and port speeds of over 300 Mb/s. It also supports features that that enables capacity expansion, array migration, array roaming, disc monitoring, disc availability and support for arrays more than 2 terabyte. Marvell RAID Console utility also runs as a windows service that can be viewed from the task manager.

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Marvell RAID Console device connects to the computer through the SCSIA interface. The device is used for storage management and works on both 32 and 64-bit computer systems. It installs in the program directory of the hard disc to check delays in disc writes and timeouts. Besides this the utility runs as a windows service that that can be viewed and managed from either the task manager or windows services interface. Marvell RAID Console gives the user the options for migrating, monitoring, expanding and even roaming of disc arrays on server or desktop systems. It also supports arrays of over 2 terabytes at port speeds of over 300 Mb/s. Moreover Marvell RAID Console also supports the fast 133MHz PCI-X and PCI Express x8 bus interface. This utility interacts with the operating system to accomplish storage space management of an array of discs. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Marvell RAID Console errors before installing any driver updates.