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Adaptec SmartRAID 3200 and SmartHBA 2200 Installationand User Guide 2021 Microchip Technology Inc.and its subsidiariesUser GuideDS-00004037A-page 1

Table of Contents1.Regulatory Compliance Statements.52.About This Guide. 82.1.2.2.2.3.3.Kit Contents and System Requirements. 93.1.3.2.4.Before You Begin.18Selecting Disk Drives and Cables. 18Installing the Host Bus Adapter. 19Installing the Driver and an Operating 6.11.6.12.7.About Your SmartRAID 3200 Series Host Bus Adapter. 10About Your SmartHBA 2200 Series Host Bus Adapter. 15Installing the Controller and Disk Drives. 185.1.5.2.5.3.6.Kit Contents.9System Requirements. 9About Your Host Bus Adapter. 104.1.4.2.5.What You Need to Know Before You Begin. 8Terminology Used in this Guide.8How to Find More Information. 8Download the Driver Package.21Creating a Driver Disk. 21Installing with Windows . 21Installing with Red Hat Linux . 22Installing with SuSE Linux Enterprise Server. 23Installing with Oracle Linux.24Installing with Ubuntu Linux.25Installing with Debian Linux.25Installing with FreeBSD. 26Installing with Solaris.28Installing with Citrix XenServer .30Installing with VMware .30Installing the Driver on an Existing Operating System. 12.Download the Driver Package.32Creating a Driver Disk. 32Installing on Windows .32Installing on Red Hat. 32Installing on SuSE Linux Enterprise Server. 34Installing on Oracle Linux. 35Installing on Ubuntu Linux. 36Installing on Debian Linux. 37Installing on FreeBSD. 37Installing on Solaris. 37Installing on Citrix XenServer. 39Installing on VMware. 39 2021 Microchip Technology Inc.and its subsidiariesUser GuideDS-00004037A-page 2

8.Solving Problems . 408.1.8.2.9.Troubleshooting Checklist. 40Resetting the Adapter .40Using the Microchip SAS/SATA HII Configuration .9.21.9.22.Running the Microchip SAS/SATA Configuration Utility: UEFI/HII.41Controller Information.41Creating an Array. 41Creating a maxCache Array. 42Managing Arrays and Logical Drives.42Modifying SmartHBA 2200/SmartRAID 3200 Controller Settings. 45Clearing the Controller Configuration. 47Backup Power Source.47Managing Power Settings. 47Out of Band Messaging Settings.48Using the Encryption Manager. 49Configuring the Controller Port Mode.52Device Information. 53Identifying a Disk Drive.53Erasing a Disk Drive.53Updating Drive Firmware.53Clearing Configuration Meta-data. 54Setting the Bootable Device(s) for Legacy Boot Mode.54Updating the SmartHBA 2200 Firmware. 54Creating a Support Archive. 55Resetting the Controller to Factory Defaults. 55Extracting Controller Debug Token.5510. Installing the SmartPQI Drivers from Source . 5610.1. Installation Instructions for Supported Linux OSes. 5610.2. Using the Installation DVD as the Repository. 5711. SmartRAID/SmartHBA Physical and Logical Device Support.5912. Safety Information. 6012.1. Electrostatic Discharge (ESD).6013. Technical Specifications. 6113.1. Environmental Specifications. 6114. Revision History. 62The Microchip Website.63Product Change Notification Service.63Customer Support. 63Microchip Devices Code Protection Feature. 63Legal Notice. 64 2021 Microchip Technology Inc.and its subsidiariesUser GuideDS-00004037A-page 3

Trademarks. 64Quality Management System. 65Worldwide Sales and Service.66 2021 Microchip Technology Inc.and its subsidiariesUser GuideDS-00004037A-page 4

Regulatory Compliance Statements1.Regulatory Compliance StatementsFederal Communications Commission Radio Frequency Interference StatementAttention: Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by the party responsible forcompliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in aresidential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy, and if not installedand used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. However, if this equipmentdoes cause interference to radio or television equipment reception, which can be determined by turning theequipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the followingmeasures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.Increase the separation between equipment and receiver.Connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/television technician for help.Use a shielded and properly grounded I/O cable and power cable to ensure compliance of this unit to thespecified limits of the rules.This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) thisdevice may not cause harmful interference and (2) this device must accept any interference received, includinginterference that may cause undesired operation.UL Compliance Statement—PendingFrom Microchip Adaptec products are tested and listed by Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. to UL60950-1 /IEC 62368-1 Second Edition and IEC-60950-1/IEC 62368-1 Second Edition standards, filenumbers E516387. Microchip Adaptec products are for use only with UL listed ITE.Microchip CorporationUse only with the listed ITE:SmartRAID Ultra 3258P-32i /eSmartRAID 3258-16i /eSmartRAID 3254-16i /eSmartRAID 3254-8iSmartRAID 3204-8iSmartHBA 2200-16i 2021 Microchip Technology Inc.and its subsidiariesUser GuideDS-00004037A-page 5

Regulatory Compliance StatementsEuropean Union Compliance Statement—PendingThis Information Technology Equipment has been tested and found to comply with EMC Directive2014/30/EU, in accordance with: EN55032 (2014) Emissions:– Class B ITE radiated and conducted emissions EN55024 (2010) Immunity:– EN61000-4-2 (2009) Electrostatic discharge: 4 kV contact, 8 kV air– EN61000-4-3 (2010) Radiated immunity: 3V/m– EN61000-4-4 (2012) Electrical fast transients/burst: 1 kV AC, 0.5 kV I/O– EN61000-4-5 (2014) Surges: 1 kV differential mode, 2 kV common mode– EN61000-4-6 (2014) Conducted immunity: 3 V– EN61000-4-11 (2004) Supply dips and variations: 30% and 100% EN 63000:2018 Technical Documentation:– For the assessment of electrical and electronic products with respect to the restriction ofhazardous substances EC 62368-1:2014 (EU) IEC 60950-1:2005 (US)In addition, all equipment requiring U.L. listing has been found to comply with EMC Directive 2014/35/EU,in accordance with EN 62368 with amendments A1, A2, A3, A4, A11, A12.The Restriction of the Use of Certain Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic EquipmentRegulations 2012 – SI 2012 No. 3032.Electromagnetic Compatibility Regulations 2016 – SI 2008 No. 1597.The Electrical Equipment (Safety) Regulations 2016 – SI 2016 No. 1101.Australian/New Zealand Compliance Statement—PendingThis device has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to theAustralian/New Zealand standard AS/NZS 3548 set out by the Spectrum Management Agency.Canadian Compliance Statement—PendingThis Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing EquipmentRegulations.Cet appareil numérique de la classe B respecte toutes les exigences du Règlement sur le matérielbrouilleur du Canada.Japanese Compliance (Voluntary Control Council Initiative)—PendingThis equipment complies to class B Information Technology equipment based on VCCI (Voluntary ControlCouncil for Interface). This equipment is designed for home use but it may causes radio frequencyinterference problem if used too near to a television or radio. Please handle it correctly per thisdocumentation. 2021 Microchip Technology Inc.and its subsidiariesUser GuideDS-00004037A-page 6

Regulatory Compliance StatementsKorean Compliance (KCC) Statement—Pending Microchip Adaptec products are tested and certified by KCC:Korean Compliance (KCC) Statement:R-R-M5P-3258P-32iThe above certification covers the following series:SmartRAID Ultra 3258P-32i /eKorean Compliance (KCC) Statement:R-R-M5P-3254-16eThe above certification covers the following series:SmartRAID Ultra 3254-16e /eKorean Compliance (KCC) Statement:R-R-M5P-3258P-16iThe above certification covers the following series:SmartRAID Ultra 3258P-16i/eKorean Compliance (KCC) Statement:R-R-M5P-3258-16iThe above certification covers the following series:SmartRAID 3254-16i /eSmartRAID 3254-8iSmartRAID 3258-16i /eSmart HBA 2200-16iThis equipment is home use (Class B) electromagnetic wave suitability equipment and to be used mainly athome and it can be used in all areas. 2021 Microchip Technology Inc.and its subsidiariesUser GuideDS-00004037A-page 7

About This Guide2.About This GuideThis Installation and User's Guide explains how to install and setup your SmartRAID 3200 or SmartHBA 2200 SeriesHost Bus Adapter, including driver installation, BIOS operations, troubleshooting tips, and instructions for flashing theadapter firmware.These SmartRAID 3200 Series adapter models are described in this guide: Adaptec SmartRAID Ultra 3258P-32i /eAdaptec SmartRAID 3258-16i /eAdaptec SmartRAID 3254-16i /eAdaptec SmartRAID 3254-8iAdaptec SmartRAID 3204-8iThese SmartHBA 2200 Series adapter models are described in this guide: 2.1Adaptec SmartHBA 2200-16iWhat You Need to Know Before You BeginThis guide is written for data storage and IT professionals who are responsible for installing, configuring, andmaintaining SmartHBA 2200/SmartRAID 3200 Series Host Bus Adapters in computers or servers in a "cloud" or datacenter environment. You should be familiar with computer hardware, operating system administration, data storagedevices, and SAS and Serial ATA (SATA) technology.If you are responsible for configuring the storage resources on the SmartRAID and SmartHBA adapters, you shouldbe familiar with RAID technology and creating bootable volumes.2.2Terminology Used in this GuideMany of the terms and concepts referred to in this guide are known to computer users by multiple names. This guideuses these terms: 2.3Host Bus Adapter or HBA (also known as controller, adapter, or I/O card)Disk drive (also known as hard disk, hard drive, or hard disk drive)Solid State Drive (also known as SSD or non-rotating storage media)Enclosure (also known as a storage enclosure, disk drive enclosure, or JBOD)How to Find More InformationYou can find more information about your SmartHBA 2200/SmartRAID 3200 Series Host Bus Adapter by referring tothese documents, available for download at start.adaptec.com. ARCCONF Command Line Utility User's Guide for Adaptec Smart Storage Controllers—Describes how to usethe ARCCONF utility to perform configuration and storage management tasks from an interactive command line.(ESC-2161615)SmartRAID 3200 Series and SmartHBA 2200 Series Host Bus Adapters Installation and User's Guide (thismanual)—Describes how to install SmartRAID 3200 and SmartHBA 2200 Series adapters in a computer orserver, install drivers, and configure the adapter for initial use. (DS-00004037A)Adaptec Flash Backup Module ASCM-35 and ASCM-40 Installation Instructions (ESC-2170352)—Describeshow to install the ASCM-35 and ASCM-40 Flash Backup module using the mounting plate method. 2021 Microchip Technology Inc.and its subsidiariesUser GuideDS-00004037A-page 8

Kit Contents and System Requirements3.Kit Contents and System RequirementsThis section lists the contents of your SmartHBA 2200/SmartRAID 3200 Series kit and the system requirements forsuccessfully installing and using your adapter.3.1Kit ContentsSmartRAID 3200 Series kits: SmartRAID 3200 Series adapterFull-height ("FH") and Low-profile ("LP") brackets, with mounting screwsASCM-40F or ASCM-35F Supercap Module, including:– Supercap module extension cable– Full-height and Low-profile mounting plate, with mounting screws– Supercap mounting clip– Tie-wraps (nylon)SmartHBA 2200 Series kits: SmartHBA 2200 Series adapterFull-height ("FH") and Low-profile ("LP") brackets, with mounting screwsNote: The latest firmware, drivers, utilities software, and documentation can be downloaded atstorage.microsemi.com. For more information, see Downloading the Driver Package.3.2System Requirements PC-compatible computer with Intel Pentium, or equivalent, processor4 GB of RAM minimumAvailable compatible PCIe slot (depending on your adapter model—see the descriptions in About Your Host BusAdapter)One of these operating systems: Microsoft Windows Server, Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 7Red Hat Enterprise LinuxCentOSSuSE Linux Enterprise ServerUbuntu LinuxDebian LinuxOracle LinuxCitrix XenserverSolarisFreeBSDVMware ESXiSee the Release Notes for a complete list of supported OS versions.USB flash drive or CD burner, for creating driver disks and bootable media 2021 Microchip Technology Inc.and its subsidiariesUser GuideDS-00004037A-page 9

About Your Host Bus Adapter4.About Your Host Bus Adapter4.1About Your SmartRAID 3200 Series Host Bus AdapterThis section provides an overview of the features of the SmartRAID 3200 Series adapter.4.1.1Standard Features Low profile, MD2 form factor on all boards with up to 16 ports, full-height, half-length form factor for 32 portvariants8-lane (x8) or 16-lane (x16 “ultra”) PCIe Gen4 host interfaceInternal SlimSAS (SFF-8654) and external mini-SAS HD connectors using SFF-9402 pinout to support U.2 andU.3)Secure Boot and Secure DebugmaxCrypto CBE for SAS, SATA and NVMe devicesUniversal Backplane Management (UBM)Virtual Pin Port Management (VPP)SES (SAS expander-based backplanes), SGPIO (direct attached SAS/SATA backplanes)Dynamic adapter power managementmaxView tool suite supportSupport for 64 NVMe devices and up to 256 SAS/SATA and up to 64 LD/RAID arraysRAID 0, 1 Triple, 10 Triple, 5, 6, 50, 60RAID level migration and online capacity expansionMixed mode and HBA mode supportmaxCache SSD caching (SmartRAID 325x only)Support for AMD x86 platformZero Maintenance Cache Protection (ZMCP) integrated with all SmartRAID 325x productsNote: See the Product Brief for a complete list of supported features.4.1.2Mechanical Information4.1.2.1Board DimensionsThis table shows the board dimensions of the SmartRAID 3200 Series adapters, in inches.Table 4-1. Full-Height (FH) Board Dimensions (32 port)DimensionMeasureHeight4.376Length6.60PCB thickness0.062Max. component height, top sideNot to exceed 0.57 in.Max. component height, bottom sideNot to exceed 0.105 in.Table 4-2. Low-Profile (LP) Board Dimensions (16 port, 8 port)DimensionMeasureHeight2.731Length6.60 2021 Microchip Technology Inc.and its subsidiariesUser GuideDS-00004037A-page 10

About Your Host Bus Adapter.continued4.1.2.2DimensionMeasurePCB thickness0.062Max. component height, top sideNot to exceed 0.57 in.Max. component height, bottom sideNot to exceed 0.105 in.Heat SinkSmartRAID 3200 Series adapters include a passive heat sink. The heat sink does not support an optional fan. Theheat sink has a minimum of four push-pins located at its four corners to ensure an even distribution of force acrossthe top of the ASIC. For airflow requirements, see 13.1 Environmental Specifications4.1.3Visual IndicatorsLEDs on SmartRAID 3200 Series adapters provide a visual indication of the board hardware status and cachebackup system. The LED locations vary, and may be on the front of the board or back of the board. The LED statesare described in the following tables.For LED locations, see the board images in 4.1.4 About the SmartRAID Ultra 3258P-32i /e Adapter, 4.1.5 About theSmartRAID 3258-16i /e and 3254-16i /e Adapters, and 4.1.6 About the SmartRAID 3254-8i and 3204-8i Adapters.Table 4-3. SmartRAID 3200 Series Status LEDsLEDColorMeaningDDR LED1YellowCache backup errorDDR LED2GreenDirty cacheDDR LED3GreenCharge statusHEARTBEATGreenHeartbeat (blinks once per/secondwhen firmware operating normally)FAULTYellowHardware Lockup/Fault: OFF NORMAL OPERATION, ON FAULTCRYPTOGreenCryptographic State: Off NONENCRYPTING, On ENCRYPTINGPAL DEBUGYellow (8i adapters)Red (16i adapters)Debug LED control signal 2021 Microchip Technology Inc.and its subsidiariesUser GuideDS-00004037A-page 11

About Your Host Bus Adapter4.1.4About the SmartRAID Ultra 3258P-32i /e AdapterThe SmartRAID Ultra 3258P-32i /e Adapter is a tri-mode (SAS/SATA/NVMe) Host Bus Adapter with these features:Figure 4-1. SmartRAID Ultra 3258P-32i /e AdaptersForm FactorFull height PCI half lengthBus compatibilityPCIe 4.0PCIe bus widthx16Data transfer rate (SAS)24 Gb/s per portPhys (Unified Serial Ports)32Standard memory10x 8 GB DDR4, 32 MB SPI Flash, 128 kB SAS FRU EEPROMConnectors, internal4x SlimSAS x8Maximum number of disk drives32 (SAS/SATA/NVMe)Enclosure SupportUBM, VPP, SGPIOController-Based EncryptionYesThermal sensorsProcessor temperature, Ambient temperature 2021 Microchip Technology Inc.and its subsidiariesUser GuideDS-00004037A-page 12

About Your Host Bus Adapter4.1.5About the SmartRAID 3258-16i /e and 3254-16i /e AdaptersThe SmartRAID 3258-16i /e and 3254-16i /e Adapters are tri-mode (SAS/SATA/NVMe) Host Bus Adapters with thesefeatures:Figure 4-2. SmartRAID 32xx-16i /e AdaptersForm FactorHalf height; half lengthBus compatibilityPCIe 4.0PCIe bus widthx8Data transfer rate (SAS)24 Gb/s per portPHYs (Unified Serial Ports)16Standard memory5x 8 GB DDR4 used in standard configuration, 32 MB SPI Flash, 128kb SAS FRU EEPROMConnectors, internal2x SlimSAS x8Maximum number of disk drives16 (SAS/SATA/NVMe)Enclosure SupportUBM, VPP, SGPIOController-Based EncryptionSmartRAID 3258-16i/e: YesSmartRAID 3254-16i /e: YesThermal sensorsProcessor temperature, Ambient temperature 2021 Microchip Technology Inc.and its subsidiariesUser GuideDS-00004037A-page 13

About Your Host Bus Adapter4.1.6About the SmartRAID 3254-8i and 3204-8i AdaptersThe SmartRAID 3254-8i and 3204-8i Adapters are tri-mode (SAS/SATA/NVMe) Host Bus Adapters with thesefeatures:Figure 4-3. SmartRAID 32x4-8i AdaptersTable 4-4. SmartRAID 3254-8i and 3204-8i AdaptersForm FactorHalf height; half lengthBus compatibilityPCIe 4.0PCIe bus widthx8Data transfer rate (SAS)24 Gb/s per portPHYs (Unified Serial Ports)16Standard memory10x 8 GB DDR4, 32 MB SPI Flash, 128 kb SAS FRU EEPROMConnectors, internal1x SlimSAS x8Maximum number of disk drives16 (SAS/SATA/NVMe)Enclosure SupportUBM, VPP, SGPIOController-Based EncryptionSmartRAID 3254-8i: NoSmartRAID 3204-8i: NoThermal sensorsProcessor temperature, Ambient temperature 2021 Microchip Technology Inc.and its subsidiariesUser GuideDS-00004037A-page 14

About Your Host Bus Adapter4.2About Your SmartHBA 2200 Series Host Bus AdapterThis section provides an overview of the features of the SmartHBA 2200 Series adapter.4.2.1Standard Features Low profile, MD2 form factorFully tri-mode capable: 16 Gbps NVMe Gen 4, 24 Gbps SAS4 and 6 Gbps SATA8-lane (x8) PCIe Gen 4 host interfaceInternal SlimSAS connector (using SFF-9402 pinout to support U.2 and U.3)Universal backplane management (UBM)Virtual Pin Port Management (VPP)SES (SAS expander-based backplanes), SGPIO (direct attached SAS/SATA backplanes)Secure Boot and Secure DebugDynamic adapter power managementarcconf/maxView supportSupport for 64 NVMe devices and up to 256 SAS/SATA devicesBroad inbox OS coverageComprehensive out-of-box driver supportMulti-initiator supportSupport for AMD x86 platformNote: See the Product Brief for a complete list of supported features.4.2.24.2.2.1Mechanical InformationBoard DimensionsSee Table 4-2 for more information.4.2.2.2Heat SinkSmartHBA 2200 Series adapters include a passive heat sink capable of bi-directional airflow. The heat sink does notsupport an optional fan. The heat sink has a minimum of four push-pins located at its four corners to ensure an evendistribution of force across the top of the ASIC. For airflow requirements, see 13.1 Environmental Specifications4.2.3Visual IndicatorsLEDs on the SmartHBA 2200 Series adapters provide a visual indication of the board hardware status. The LED arelocated on the back of the board. The LED states are described in section 4.1.3 Visual Indicators.For LED locations, see the board images in 4.2.4 About the SmartHBA 2200-16i Adapter. 2021 Microchip Technology Inc.and its subsidiariesUser GuideDS-00004037A-page 15

About Your Host Bus Adapter4.2.4About the SmartHBA 2200-16i AdapterThe SmartHBA 2200-16i Adapter is a tri-mode (SAS/SATA/NVMe) Host Bus Adapter with these features:Figure 4-4. SmartHBA 2200-16i AdapterForm FactorHalf height; half lengthBus compatibilityPCIe 4.0PCIe bus widthx8Data transfer rate (SAS)24 Gb/s per portPHYs (Unified Serial Ports)16Standard memory10x 8 GB DDR4, 32 MB SPI Flash, 128 kb SAS FRU EEPROMConnectors, internal2x SlimSAS x8Maximum number of disk drives16 (SAS/SATA) 2021 Microchip Technology Inc.and its subsidiariesUser GuideDS-00004037A-page 16

About Your Host Bus AdapterEnclosure SupportUBM, VPP, SGPIOController-Based EncryptionNoThermal sensorsProcessor temperature, Ambient temperature 2021 Microchip Technology Inc.and its subsidiariesUser GuideDS-00004037A-page 17

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1. Regulatory Compliance Statements. Federal Communications Commission Radio Frequency Interference Statement Attention: Changes or modifications to this