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Table Of Contents

Chapter 1: Introduction to Pegasus
About This Manual
Protocol Support
Key Benefits
Client OS Support
Utility OS Support
Chapter 2: Installation and Setup
•Unpacking the Pegasus Unit (page5)
Unpacking the Pegasus Unit
Connecting to your Mac Computer
Daisy-Chaining Multiple Pegasus Units
To daisy-chain multiple Pegasus units:
See Figure 4
Connecting the Power
Shutting down the Pegasus
Installing the Software
OS Support
•MacBook Pro/iMac Software Update 1.5
MacBook Pro/iMac Software Update
Driver Installation: Macintosh
Software Installation: Macintosh
Setting up the Pegasus Unit
1.Opening the Promise Utility (below)
Opening the Promise Utility
Unlocking the UI
Displaying Multiple Pegasus Units
Creating a Disk Array and Logical Drive
Formatting your Logical Drive
Chapter 3: Management with the Promise Utility
Accessing the Promise Utility
Locking the UI
Perusing the Promise Utility Interface
Dropdown Menus
Dropdown menus
Toolbar Icons
Managing Subsystems
•Making Subsystem Settings (page21)
•Clearing Statistics (page21)
Viewing Subsystem Information
Making Subsystem Settings
To make subsystem settings:
Clearing Statistics
Restoring Factory Default Settings
Managing the RAID Controller
•Viewing Controller Information (below)
Viewing Controller Information
To view controller information:
Viewing Controller Statistics
To view controller statistics:
Making Controller Settings
To make controller settings:
Updating Firmware on the Pegasus Unit
Making Buzzer Settings
Testing the Buzzer
Silencing the Buzzer
•Viewing the Subsystem Information (page27)
•Viewing Temperature Sensor Information (page27)
Viewing the Subsystem Information
Viewing Temperature Sensor Information
Locating a Subsystem
Managing Background Activities
•Viewing Current Background Activities (page29)
Viewing Current Background Activities
Viewing Scheduled Background Activities
Adding a Scheduled Background Activity
Changing a Background Activity Schedule
Enabling or Disabling a Scheduled Background Activity
Deleting a Scheduled Background Activity
To delete a scheduled background activity:
Media Patrol
Redundancy Check
Managing Physical Drives
•Viewing a List of Physical Drives (below)
•Viewing Physical Drive Information (page38)
Viewing a List of Physical Drives
Viewing Physical Drive Information
To view physical drive information:
Viewing Physical Drive Statistics
To view physical drive statistics:
Viewing Physical Drive SMART Log Information
To view physical drive SMART Log information:
Locating a Physical Drive
Making Global Physical Drive Settings
To make global physical drive settings:
Making Individual Physical Drive Settings
To make individual physical drive settings:
Making Physical Drive SMART Log Settings
To make physical drive SMART log settings:
Clearing a Stale or a PFA Condition
To clear a Stale or a PFA condition:
Forcing a Physical Drive Offline
To force a physical drive offline:
Running Media Patrol on your Physical Drives
To run Media Patrol on your physical drives:
Managing Disk Arrays
•Viewing Disk Array Information (page45)
Viewing a List of Disk Arrays
Viewing Disk Array Information
To view disk array information:
Creating a Disk Array Manually
Creating a Disk Array and Logical Drive with the Wizard
Making Disk Array Settings
To make disk array settings:
Locating a Disk Array
Deleting a Disk Array
Preparing a Disk Array for Transport
To prepare a disk array for transport:
Rebuilding a Disk Array
Managing Logical Drives
•Viewing a List of Logical Drives (below)
Viewing a List of Logical Drives
Viewing Logical Drive Information
To view logical drive information:
Viewing Logical Drive Statistics
To view logical drive statistics:
Making Logical Drive Settings
To make logical drive settings:
Viewing Logical Drive Check Tables
To view logical drive check tables:
Creating a Logical Drive Manually
To create a logical drive manually:
Formatting your Logical Drives
Locating a Logical Drive
To locate a logical drive:
Deleting a Logical Drive
Initializing a Logical Drive
To initialize a logical drive:
Redundancy Check on a Logical Drive
To run Redundancy Check on a logical drive:
Migrating a Logical Drive
Running PDM on a Logical Drive
To run PDM on a logical drive:
Managing Spare Drives
•Viewing a List of Spare Drives (below)
•Viewing Spare Drive Information (page68)
Viewing a List of Spare Drives
Viewing Spare Drive Information
To view spare drive information:
Creating a Spare Drive Manually
Making Spare Drive Settings
To make spare drive settings:
Running Spare Check
Deleting a Spare Drive
Running a Transition on a Spare Drive
Chapter 4: Technology Background
Disk Arrays
•Media Patrol (page73)
Logical Drives
•RAID Levels (page75)
RAID Levels
RAID Level Migration
Sector Size
Formatting Logical Drives
•Promise Utility with default settings (below)
•Promise Utility with custom settings (page90)
Promise Utility with default settings
Promise Utility with custom settings
Disk Utility
Spare Drives
•Definition (page92)
•Options (page92)
•Requirements (page92)
RAID Controllers
•Cache Policy (page98)
•Capacity Coercion (page98)
Cache Policy
Capacity Coercion
Chapter 5: Troubleshooting
•Responding to an Audible Alarm (below)
•Checking LEDs (page101)
Responding to an Audible Alarm
Checking LEDs
Subsystem LEDs
Drive Carrier LEDs
Promise Utility
Viewing the Event Logs
•Viewing Runtime Events (page104)
•Viewing NVRAM Events (page104)
Viewing Runtime Events
Viewing NVRAM Events
Event Severity Descriptions
Physical Drive Problems
•Diagnosis using the Promise Utility (below)
Diagnosis using the Promise Utility
Replacing a Physical Drive
Physical Drive Warning Message
Disk Array and Logical Drive Problems
•Disk Array Degraded/Logical Drive Critical (page110)
Disk Array Degraded/Logical Drive Critical
Disk Array Offline/Logical Drive Offline
Repairing an Offline Disk Array or Logical Drive
Incomplete Array
Unreadable Disk Warning
Subsystem Problems
Diagnosing a Subsystem Problem
Power Supply
Connection Problems
Chapter 6: Support
Contacting Technical Support
Limited Warranty
Returning Product For Repair
Appendix A: Updates
Updating the Firmware
Updating Drivers
Updating the Software
Appendix B: Important Information
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