LSI SANtricity 8.33 - 5.33 Download Drivers

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Company
LSI
Categories
HD Controller & Removable drive
Model
LSI SANtricity 8.33 - 5.33
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows Server 2003 (32 bit)
Version Driver
1.09.03
Size Driver
94Kb
File Name
533_w2k3srv_32.zip
Info
SYMMPI2003.TXT

Installation Guide for the LSI Logic Fusion-MPT (TM) Driver:
SYMMPI.SYS V1.09.xx

This file describes the features and use of the LSI Logic Fusion-MPT
SCSI/Fibre Channel device drivers for the Windows Server 2003 operating
system environment. It is divided into the following sections:

Introduction for Windows Server 2003
Features
LSI Logic Devices Supported
Description

Installing the Driver(s)
New System Installation
CD-ROM Installation
Existing System Installation
Performance Tuning for Windows Server 2003
Large Block Size Support
Maximum Number of Concurrent I/Os
Miniport Driver Configuration Options
Troubleshooting
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1.0 Introduction for Windows Server 2003
Windows Server 2003 is an operating system designed to run on Intel
architecture (32-bit) and Itanium Processor Family (64-bit) processors using
current technology. It provides a graphical user interface environment
incorporating many high-level features. Refer to the Microsoft Windows Server
2003 documentation for details.

An I/O manager handles I/O requests in Windows Server 2003. To address a SCSI
peripheral, the I/O manager goes through the appropriate drivers. Windows
Server 2003 provides class drivers for hard disk, optical, CD-ROM, printer,
and scanner peripherals. Other class drivers, provided by peripheral
manufacturers, may be added to support new devices. Tape device support is
built into the operating system itself and does not require a class driver.

Microsoft provides the port driver and LSI Logic provides the miniport driver,
which is called SYMMPI.SYS. This driver completes the path to the LSI Logic
controller or processor with an optional SCSI or Fibre Channel BIOS.

LSI Logic uses the same filenames for their drivers for different Windows
operating systems. The driver files are packaged either in separate
subdirectories based on the Windows operating system or on different disks.
To determine the driver file for Windows Server 2003, note that the filename
ends with .SYS. For example, this driver is SYMMPI.SYS.

To determine the operating system version, go into Windows Explorer, display
the driver file, right click on the filename, click on Properties, and click
on the Version tab. Click on the Internal Filename in the lower section.
For Windows Server 2003, the filename appears as filename (Server 2003 32-bit)
for 32-bit systems and filename (Server 2003 64-bit) for 64-bit systems.
The next sections describe these drivers and their installation.

.........................................................................
1.1 Features

The SYMMPI.SYS miniport driver supports these features:

o Supports 320 Mbytes/s parallel SCSI transfers (for LSI453C1020
and LSI53C1030)
o Supports Integrated Mirroring (TM) technology (for LSI453C1020
and LSI53C1030)
o Supports PCI and PCI-X bus protocols (for LSI53C1020 and LSI53C1030)
o Supports 2Gbaud Fibre Channel transfers (for LSIFC929X, LSIFC929, LSIFC919X, and LSIFC919)
o Supports LSI Logic MPT common software interface
o Supports multiple host adapters
Company
LSI
Categories
HD Controller & Removable drive
Model
LSI SANtricity 8.33 - 5.33
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows Server 2003 (64 bit)
Version Driver
1.09.03
Size Driver
130Kb
File Name
533_w2k3srv_64.zip
Info
SYMMPI2003.TXT

Installation Guide for the LSI Logic Fusion-MPT (TM) Driver:
SYMMPI.SYS V1.09.xx

This file describes the features and use of the LSI Logic Fusion-MPT
SCSI/Fibre Channel device drivers for the Windows Server 2003 operating
system environment. It is divided into the following sections:

Introduction for Windows Server 2003
Features
LSI Logic Devices Supported
Description

Installing the Driver(s)
New System Installation
CD-ROM Installation
Existing System Installation
Performance Tuning for Windows Server 2003
Large Block Size Support
Maximum Number of Concurrent I/Os
Miniport Driver Configuration Options
Troubleshooting
.........................................................................
1.0 Introduction for Windows Server 2003
Windows Server 2003 is an operating system designed to run on Intel
architecture (32-bit) and Itanium Processor Family (64-bit) processors using
current technology. It provides a graphical user interface environment
incorporating many high-level features. Refer to the Microsoft Windows Server
2003 documentation for details.

An I/O manager handles I/O requests in Windows Server 2003. To address a SCSI
peripheral, the I/O manager goes through the appropriate drivers. Windows
Server 2003 provides class drivers for hard disk, optical, CD-ROM, printer,
and scanner peripherals. Other class drivers, provided by peripheral
manufacturers, may be added to support new devices. Tape device support is
built into the operating system itself and does not require a class driver.

Microsoft provides the port driver and LSI Logic provides the miniport driver,
which is called SYMMPI.SYS. This driver completes the path to the LSI Logic
controller or processor with an optional SCSI or Fibre Channel BIOS.

LSI Logic uses the same filenames for their drivers for different Windows
operating systems. The driver files are packaged either in separate
subdirectories based on the Windows operating system or on different disks.
To determine the driver file for Windows Server 2003, note that the filename
ends with .SYS. For example, this driver is SYMMPI.SYS.

To determine the operating system version, go into Windows Explorer, display
the driver file, right click on the filename, click on Properties, and click
on the Version tab. Click on the Internal Filename in the lower section.
For Windows Server 2003, the filename appears as filename (Server 2003 32-bit)
for 32-bit systems and filename (Server 2003 64-bit) for 64-bit systems.
The next sections describe these drivers and their installation.

.........................................................................
1.1 Features

The SYMMPI.SYS miniport driver supports these features:

o Supports 320 Mbytes/s parallel SCSI transfers (for LSI453C1020
and LSI53C1030)
o Supports Integrated Mirroring (TM) technology (for LSI453C1020
and LSI53C1030)
o Supports PCI and PCI-X bus protocols (for LSI53C1020 and LSI53C1030)
o Supports 2Gbaud Fibre Channel transfers (for LSIFC929X, LSIFC929, LSIFC919X, and LSIFC919)
o Supports LSI Logic MPT common software interface
o Supports multiple host adapters
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