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 Universal RAID Utility Ver2.61 (Linux/VMware ESX Edition)
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 [Software name   ] Universal RAID Utility Ver2.61
 [Registered name ] 421944-B01_635289359442013527.zip
                    uru26eug_compG.tar.gz
 [Copyright (C)   ] NEC Corporation 2007-2014
 [Applicable model] Express5800/GT110b
                    Express5800/GT110d
                    Express5800/GT110d-S
                    Express5800/GT110e
                    Express5800/GT110e-S
                    Express5800/E110d-1
                    Express5800/R110d-1E
                    Express5800/R110e-1E
                    Express5800/T120a-M
                    Express5800/T120a-E
                    Express5800/R120a-1
                    Express5800/R120a-2
                    Express5800/T120b-M
                    Express5800/T120b-E
                    Express5800/R120b-1
                    Express5800/R120b-2
                    Express5800/R120d-1M
                    Express5800/R120d-2M
                    Express5800/R120d-1E
                    Express5800/R120d-2E
                    Express5800/T120d
                    Express5800/iR120a-1E
                    Express5800/E120b-1
                    Express5800/E120d-M
                    Express5800/E120d-1
                    Express5800/R140b-4
                    Express5800/B110d
                    Express5800/B120a
                    Express5800/B120a-d
                    Express5800/B120b
                    Express5800/B120b-d
                    Express5800/B120b-h
                    Express5800/B120d
                    Express5800/B120d-h
 [Users           ] For users who will install following Linux or VMware
                    ESX on NEC Express5800 series.
                    <Linux>
                    - Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4.8 - 4.9
                    - Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.4 - 5.10
                    - Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.0 - 6.5
                    - MIRACLE LINUX V4.0 SP2 - SP4
                    - Asianux Server 3
                    - Asianux Server 3 SP1
                    - SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP3
                    - SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP1
                    <VMware ESX>
                    - VMware ESX 4.0 - VMware ESX 4.0 Update 4
                    - VMware ESX 4.1 - VMware ESX 4.1 Update 3
 [Software type   ] Utility
 [Creation method ] zip/tar.gz format
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[Software Introduction]
Universal RAID Utility (hereinafter called "this software") is RAID System
Management Utility for the following RAID Controllers.

  <RAID Controllers>
  - Internal RAID Controller on NEC Express5800/R120a-1, R120a-2, T120a-M,
    T120a-E
  - N8103-109 RAID Controller (128 MB, RAID 0/1/5/6)
  - N8103-115 RAID Controller (512 MB, RAID 0/1/5/6)
  - N8103-116A RAID Controller (128 MB, RAID 0/1)
  - N8103-G116A RAID Controller (128 MB, RAID 0/1)
  - N8103-117A RAID Controller (128 MB, RAID 0/1/5/6)
  - N8103-118A RAID Controller (256 MB, RAID 0/1/5/6)
  - N8103-128 RAID Controller (256MB, RAID 0/1)
  - N8103-129 RAID Controller (256MB, RAID 0/1)
  - N8103-130 RAID Controller (256MB, RAID 0/1/5/6)
  - N8103-134 RAID Controller (512MB, RAID 0/1/5/6)
  - N8103-135 RAID Controller (512MB, RAID 0/1/5/6)
  - N8103-149 RAID Controller (512MB, RAID 0/1)
  - N8103-150 RAID Controller (512MB, RAID 0/1/5/6)
  - N8103-151 RAID Controller (1GB, RAID 0/1/5/6)
  - N8103-152 RAID Controller (1GB, RAID 0/1/5/6)
  - N8103-160 RAID Controller (1GB, RAID 0/1/5/6)
  - N8103-167 RAID Controller (1GB, RAID 0/1/5/6)
  - N8403-026 RAID Controller
  - N8403-059 RAID Controller Kit(512MB, RAID 0/1)
  - N8404-001 Storage and I/O Blade AD106a
  - N8404-003 Storage and I/O Blade AD106b

The TCP ports Universal RAID Utility uses have been changed in Ver2.61 Rev 2459.
See No. 2 in the General Notices on this page for details. 

Carefully read the following user license agreement for NEC software
before using this software. 
If you do not agree to the terms of the agreement, do not download this 
software. By downloading this software, you agree to be bound by the terms
of the agreement.

[User license agreement for NEC software] 
This user license agreement is an agreement between you and NEC Corporation
(hereinafter called "NEC"). 
Under the following terms of this agreement, NEC grants you the right to
use the software program (hereinafter called "licensed program"), and you
are to agree to the terms. You are to take responsibilities for the choice, 
installation, or use of the licensed program, or the results of the usage
of the usage of the licensed program.

1. Term 
(1) This user license agreement goes into effect on the day you receive
    this software product. 
(2) You may terminate the right to use the licensed program under this
    license agreement at any time by giving NEC a month's or longer notice
    by letter. 
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    if you fail to comply with the terms of this user license agreement. 
(4) Your right to use the licensed program continues to exist until it
    terminates in accordance with the provisions of this user license
    agreement. 
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    other rights under this user license agreement also terminate. You must
    destroy the licensed program, all the copies of the licensed program,
    and the related documents (e.g., manuals) provided with the licensed
    program as soon as your right to use the licensed program terminates. 

2. Use right 
You may use the licensed program only on NEC Express5800 servers using
Linux or VMware ESX as follows.
   <Linux>
    - Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4.8 - 4.9
    - Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.4 - 5.10
    - Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.0 - 6.5
    - MIRACLE LINUX V4.0 SP2 - SP4
    - Asianux Server 3
    - Asianux Server 3 SP1
    - SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP3
    - SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP1
    <VMware ESX>
    - VMware ESX 4.0 - VMware ESX 4.0 Update 4
    - VMware ESX 4.1 - VMware ESX 4.1 Update 3

3. Copy, alteration, and linkage of the licensed program 
(1) You may make a copy of the licensed program only to use it as a backup
    copy in case the program data is lost or destroyed. However, this is
    not the case if the licensed program is installed in fixed storage.
    In this case, you may keep it only to use in case the storage medium of
    the licensed program is lost or destroyed. 
(2) You must give the expressions of the copyright of the licensed program
    and other rights to all the copies of the licensed program. 
(3) Unless otherwise specified in this user license agreement, you may not
    use, copy, alter, or link the licensed program, you may not reproduce
    it in publications or networks, or you may not make your own decision
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(5) This user license agreement is not to transfer the intellectual
    property for the licensed program to you. 

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    only if satisfying all the following condition: 
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    all the copies of the licensed program, and the related documents
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(2) Unless otherwise specified in this user license agreement, you may not
    loan or transfer the licensed program or the right to use it to a third
    party, or you may not make your own decision on handling it in any
    other ways. 

5. Decompilation 
You may not reverse engineer, decompile, or disassemble the licensed program. 

6. Term of a guarantee 
(1) NEC does not give any guarantee for the licensed program. You are to be
    liable and to pay for problems arising from the use of the licensed
    program. 
(2) Irrespective of the term (1), when NEC corrects licensed-program errors
    (bugs), NEC may, at its discretion, provide an error-corrected program,
    a program for correction (hereinafter called a modification program),
    or information for correction by an NEC-decided method. The modification
    program provided to you is regarded as the licensed program. 

7. No liability 
 NEC assumes no liability for your lost profit, damages arising from
 special circumstances (including damages which NEC can or could foresee),
 or damages you are asked for by any third party.

8. Others 
 Disputes over this user license agreement are to be settled at the Tokyo 
District Court as the exclusively agreed competent court.


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[Installation Procedure]

Please extract the installation image and then start installation.
Refer to the "Universal RAID Utility User's Guide" which is contained
in the installation image for the detailed procedure of the installation.
The VMware ESX service console cannot display PDF files. Prepare the computer
for referring to PDF files.

 - User's Guide
  (1) Download the archive "uru26eug_compG.tar.gz".

  (2) Copy the archive to any directory in the server in which PDF files
      can be displayed.

  (3) The archive "uru26eug_compG.tar.gz" is in the tar.gz format. Log in
      by administrator, then unpack the archive.
      - Using Windows as Operating System
        Unpack "uru26eug_compG.tar.gz" by using archive manager.
      - Using Linux as Operating System
        Execute following command
          # tar zxvf uru26eug_compG.tar.gz

      After extracting the archive, the following files will appear.

      Universal RAID Utility User's Guide
       - uru26eug.pdf  - User's Guide
       - uru26euga.pdf - Appendix A : Glossary
       - uru26eugb.pdf - Appendix B : raidcmd Command Reference
       - uru26eugc.pdf - Appendix C : Logs/Events

 - Installation Image
  (1) Download the archive "421944-B01_635289359442013527.zip".

  (2) Copy the archive to any directory in the server in which this software
      will be installed.

  (3) The archive "421944-B01_635289359442013527.zip" is in the zip format.
      Log in by administrator, then unpack the archive.
      After extracting the archive, the following files will appear.

      Universal RAID Utility Ver2.61 Installation Image
        421944-B01_635289359442013527 directory
         - lnx_vm4 directory
           +- setup.sh - Universal RAID Utility setup script
           +- subsys.txt
           +- storelib-3.71-0.i386.rpm - StoreLib package
           +- Lib_Utils-1.00-08.noarch.rpm - Lib_Utils package
           +- UniversalRaidUtility-2.61-0.i386.rpm - Universal RAID Utility package
           +- WebPAMPRO_Agent-3.15.0070-28.i386.rpm - WebPAMPRO Agent package
           +- transcfg
           +- transcfg.inf
           +- eci directory - Setup Program related modules
         - Universal RAID Utility Update Tool - for ExpressUpdate

  (4) To install this software, please refer to the section [Installation
      and Uninstallation] in "Universal RAID Utility User's Guide".


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[General Notice]
1. The target Express5800 models and RAID Controllers for this software are
   different from those for Universal RAID Utility Ver2.33. If your system 
   environment does not match any of the models and RAID Controllers shown 
   in [Applicable model] and [Users] above, please use Universal RAID Utility
   Ver2.33.

2. The TCP ports Universal RAID Utility uses have been changed in Ver2.61 and
   the later versions as follows. 
       data port      - 52805(Ver2.6 and earlier) - 5016(Ver2.61 and later)
       event port     - 52806(Ver2.6 and earlier) - 5017(Ver2.61 and later)
       raidsrv Agent  - 52807(Ver2.6 and earlier) - 5018(Ver2.61 and later)

   The change has no effect on operations of Universal RAID Utility. 
   In the following cases, however, you must change the settings of Universal
   RAID Utility depending on your environment settings. Be sure to check the
   description in [TCP ports used by Universal RAID Utility] in the Universal
   RAID Utility User's Guide. 
   (1)  You customized the TCP ports Universal RAID Utility uses and you would
        like to continue using them, and/or
   (2)  You are going to update Universal RAID Utility from Ver2.6 or earlier
        versions to Ver2.61 or later versions using ExpressUpdate.

   Also you must change the settings of other applications in the following
   cases. Be sure to check the description in [TCP ports used by Universal
   RAID Utility] in the Universal RAID Utility User's Guide.
   (1)  You have specified the TCP port numbers Universal RAID Utility uses
        for the firewall settings, and/or
   (2)  Other applications in you environment have been using the TCP ports,
        5016, 5017, and 5018. 

<Linux>
1. About SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP2 support
   This software does not support SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP2.
   To use Universal RAID Utility in the SUSE Linux Enterprise Server
   11 SP2 environment, download gUniversal RAID Utility Ver2.61 (SUSE
   Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP2 Edition)hfrom the following website.

   http://www.58support.nec.co.jp/global/download/index.html

<VMware ESX>
1. Reboot VMware ESX after creating the Logical Drive.
   After Rebooting VMware ESX, the created Logical Drive becomes available.

2. Universal RAID Utility does not notify of events when VMware ESX is
   started.
   Confirm if the event notification works correctly when you start VMware
   ESX.
   (When you use N8103-134/135 RAID Controller, you do not have to do the
   following confirmation.)

   (a) Start the computer.

   (b) The service console of VMware ESX is shown.
       Wait about 5 minutes.

   (c) Login VMware ESX.

   (d) Confirm buzzer setting using raidcmd, and note the setting.
       Run the following procedures to RAID Controller #1 when you use
       multiple RAID Controllers.

       # raidcmd property -tg=rc -c=1
       RAID Controller #1

       ID                         : 0
       Vendor                     : LSI Corporation
       Model                      : MegaRAID SAS 8708EM2 (256MB)
       ...
       Buzzer Setting             : Enable
                                    ~~~~~~

   (e) Change the buzzer setting using raidcmd.
       Change [Enable] to [Disable] when the current buzzer setting is [Enable].
       Change to [Enable] when it is [Disable].

       # raidcmd optctrl -c=1 -be=disable
                                  ~~~~~~~
                                  buzzer setting(Set to enable or disable)

       * The buzzer setting can not change in the Standard mode of raidcmd.
         Change the RAID System Management Mode of raidcmd to Advanced mode.

   (f) Confirm the last line of RAID log.
       # tail /var/log/raidsrv/raid.log

   (g) Confirm following event is registered.

       In case of setting to [Enable]:
         <RU0201> [CTRL:1(ID=0)] The buzzer of RAID Controller is enable.

       In case of setting to [Disable]:
         <RU0202> [CTRL:1(ID=0)] The buzzer of RAID Controller is disable.

       If the above event is not found, the event notification does not
       work correctly.
       In this case, go back to the step (b) and run again.
       Otherwise the event notification works correctly.
       Go to step (h).

   (h) Set the buzzer setting to the previous setting.


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[Revision History]
  2014/3/4  Ver2.61 Rev 2459
  "Enhancement"
     1. Correction of supporting applicable model and RAID Controllers

  2014/1/31  Ver2.61 Rev 2459
  "Enhancement"
     1. Additional support of the following OS
       - Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.5

  2013/12/26  Ver2.61 Rev 2459
  "Enhancement"
     1. Additional support of the following OS
       - Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.10

  2013/4/24  Ver2.61 Rev 2459
  "Enhancement"
     1. Additional support of the following OS
       - Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.4
       - Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.9

  2013/1/31  Ver2.61 Rev 2459
  "Change"
     1. Change of the TCP ports Universal RAID Utility uses
        See No.2 of the General Notices in the document. 

  2012/11/30 Ver2.6  Rev 2425
  "Enhancement"
     1. Additional support of the following OS
       - VMware ESX 4.1 Update3
  "Improvement"
     1. Bug Fix: An event of "OS fatal error" may be registered although no
        error actually occurs. 

  2012/10/31 Ver2.6  Rev 2397
  "Enhancement"
     1. Additional support of the following RAID Controllers
       - N8103-152 RAID Controller (1GB, RAID 0/1/5/6)
       - N8103-167 RAID Controller (1GB, RAID 0/1/5/6)
     2. Additional support of the applicable model
       - Express5800/E120d-M
       - Express5800/E120d-1
     3. Support of the Flash Backup Unit
     4. Support of select function for NEC ESMPRO Manager Communication
        Module
  "Improvement"
     1. Bug fix: No events are notified in rare cases.
     2. Bug fix: Operation may be done to the Physical Device not exist when
        you specify wrong Physical Device.

  2012/9/7  Ver2.5  Rev 2343
  "Enhancement"
     1. Additional support of the following OS
       - Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.3

  2012/8/31 Ver2.5  Rev 2343
  "Improvement"
     1. Security fix for vulnerability issue that RAID management can be done
        remotely due to the problem on URU intra-module connection.
  "Enhancement"
     1. Additional support of the applicable model
       - Express5800/GT110e
       - Express5800/GT110e-S
       - Express5800/R110e-1E
       - Express5800/B110d
       - Express5800/B120d
       - Express5800/B120d-h

  2012/5/31  Ver2.5 Rev 2244
  "Enhancement"
     1. Additional support of the following OS
       - Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.8
     2. Additional support of the applicable model
       - Express5800/R120d-1E
       - Express5800/R120d-2E
       - Express5800/T120d

  2012/4/6   Ver2.5 Rev 2244
  "Enhancement and Changes"
     1. Additional support of the following RAID Controllers
       - N8103-149 RAID Controller (512MB, RAID 0/1)
       - N8103-150 RAID Controller (512MB, RAID 0/1/5/6)
       - N8103-151 RAID Controller (1GB, RAID 0/1/5/6)
       - N8103-160 RAID Controller (1GB, RAID 0/1/5/6)
     2. Additional support of the applicable model
       - Express5800/GT110b
       - Express5800/GT110d
       - Express5800/GT110d-S
       - Express5800/E110d-1
       - Express5800/R110d-1E
       - Express5800/R120d-1M
       - Express5800/R120d-2M
     3. Additional support of the following OS
       - Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4.8 - 4.9
       - Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.4 - 5.7
       - Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.0 - 6.2
       - MIRACLE LINUX V4.0 SP2 - SP4
       - Asianux Server 3
       - Asianux Server 3 SP1
       - SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP3
       - SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP1
     4. Support of the Premium Feature of RAID Controller
        You can use the CacheCade function to create the SSD Cache Drive
        using the Solid State Drive(s).
     5. Support of HDD Power Saving function
        The HDD Power Saving reduces power consumption of the system by
        spinning down the Hot Spares that are not in use.
     6. Addition of the Refresh Battery function
        Universal RAID Utility Ver2.5 supports refreshing the battery
        connected to the RAID Controller.
     7. Support of ExpressUpdate
        This feature enables you to install, update or uninstall Universal
        RAID Utility from NEC ESMPRO Manager remotely.
     8. Changing the policy of Physical Device number to be managed by
        Universal RAID Utility
        From Ver2.5, the policy has been changed that the Physical Device
        number is assigned based on the enclosure number and slot number.
     9. raidcmd Tree View
        Universal RAID Utility Ver2.5 supports the function that can
        display the RAID system configuration in a tree view using raidcmd.
    10. Support of the Logical Drive with the level of RAID 60
        Universal RAID Utility Ver2.5 supports the display, operation,
        and deletion of the RAID 60 Logical Drive
    11. Enhancement of the Physical Device Monitoring
        The events indicating "Physical Device Warning Error" and "Physical
        Device Fatal Error" are available when a specific error of Physical
        Devices is detected.
    12. Fatal FW Error
        Universal RAID Utility Ver2.5 monitors the event of the fatal FW
        Error that is detected by the RAID Controller. The event is notified
        at the start of Universal RAID Utility when a fatal FW error occurs
        and the system is down.
    13. Support of RAID System management by NEC ESMPRO Manager Ver. 5.5
        or later
        Universal RAID Utility Ver2.4 has supported RAID System management
        and monitoring with NEC ESMPRO Manager Ver 5.3 or later versions.
        Universal RAID Utility Ver2.5 supports NEC ESMPRO Manager Ver5.5 or
        later versions.

  2011/12/28 Ver2.4 Rev 1585
  * Note that there is no change in the installation image.
  "Enhancement"
     1. Additional support of the following VMware ESX
        - VMware ESX 4.0 Update 4
  "Improvement"
     1. Replacement of the User's Guide
        - The User's Guide has been replaced with the latest version.

  2011/11/30 Ver2.4 Rev 1585
  * Note that there is no change in the installation image.
  "Enhancement"
     1. Additional support of the following VMware ESX
        - VMware ESX 4.1 Update 2
  "Improvement"
     1. Replacement of the User's Guide
        - The User's Guide has been replaced with the latest version.

  2011/6/30 Ver2.4  Rev 1585
  * Note that there is no change in the installation image. 
  "Enhancement"
     1. Additional support of the following VMware ESX
        - VMware ESX 4.0 Update 3
  "Improvement"
     1. Description method of [Attached Files]
        - MD5 checksum has been added in the [Attached Files] list.
     2. Replacement of the User's Guide
        - The User's Guide has been replaced with the latest version.

  2011/3/31 Ver2.4  Rev 1585
  "Enhancement and Changes"
     1. Additional support of the following VMware ESX
        - VMware ESX 4.1 Update 1
     2. Support of RAID System management on the VMware ESX server by NEC
        ESMPRO Manager Ver. 5.3 or later.
     3. Support of fault monitoring of Hot Spare
        - When Hot Spare is Failed, Universal RAID Utility notifies several
          logs of the event "Physical Device is Failed."
     4. Change of term of running mode
     5. Improvement of Make Online / Make Offline
        - When you execute Make Online / Make Offline, Universal RAID Utility
          displays a warning message in order not to corrupt the system by
          mistake.
  "General Notice"
     1. Removal of the following Note on Use of Universal RAID Utility in
        User's Guide
        - "Patrol Read"

  2011/2/14 Ver2.31 Rev 1492
  * Note that there is no change in the installation image. 
  "Enhancement"
     1. Additional support of new Solid State Drive(SSD)
  "Improvement"
     1. Replacement of the User's Guide
        - The User's Guide has been replaced with the latest version.

  2010/9/24 Ver2.31 Rev 1492
  "Enhancement"
     1. Additional support of applicable model
        - Express5800/E120b-1

  2010/8/31 Ver2.31 Rev 1492
  "Enhancement"
     1. Additional support of the following VMware ESX
        - VMware ESX 4.0 Update 2
        - VMware ESX 4.1
     2. Expansion of support range
        - The models and RAID Controllers that have been managed only by
          Universal RAID Utility Ver2.3 are now available with Ver2.31.

  2010/7/30 Ver2.31 Rev 1492
  "General Notice"
     1. Removal of the following General Notice
        - Returned Value from raidcmd
     2. Addition of the following Note on Use of Universal RAID Utility in
        User's Guide
        - "Patrol Read"
  "Enhancement and Changes"
     1. Additional support of applicable model
        - Express5800/R120b-1
        - Express5800/R120b-2
        - Express5800/T120b-M
        - Express5800/T120b-E
     2. Change of the method to identify Solid State Drive (SSD)
        - The internal method to identify a Solid State Drive and Hard Disk
          Drive has been changed so that it is independent on the model of
          Physical Device.
     3. Change of measures to monitor Battery of N8103-134/135 RAID 
        Controllers
        - The method to check the health of the Battery of N8103-134/135
          RAID Controllers has been changed so that it is determined based
          on the remaining capacity of Battery.
     4. Improvement of Easy Configuration
        - Even if making more than 3 Hot Spares with Easy Configuration from
          raidcmd, the error does not occur.

  2010/6/30 Ver2.3 Rev 1454
  "General Notice"
     1. Addition of General Notice
        General Notice 3. and 4. are added.
  "Enhancement and Changes"
     1. Additional support of the following RAID Controllers
        - N8103-129 RAID Controller (256MB, RAID 0/1)
        - N8103-130 RAID Controller (256MB, RAID 0/1/5/6)
        - N8103-134 RAID Controller (512MB, RAID 0/1/5/6)
        - N8103-135 RAID Controller (512MB, RAID 0/1/5/6)
     2. Additional support of applicable model
        - Express5800/R140b-4
        - Express5800/B120b
        - Express5800/B120b-d
     3. The installation image
        - The installation image of Universal RAID Utility Ver.2.2 or older
          versions for Linux has been the same for VMware ESX. For Universal
          RAID Utility Ver2.3 or later versions, the installation image for
          Linux is different from that for VMware ESX.

  2010/3/31 Ver2.2 Rev 1322
  "Enhancements and Changes"
     1. Addition of VMware ESX 4.0 Update 1 for management
     2. Additional support of applicable model
        - Express5800/140Rf-4
        - Express5800/iR120a-1E
     3. Change registration policy of Physical Device Warning
        - Even if command timeout or Physical Device reset occurs,
          Universal RAID Utility does not register Physical Device Warning
          from this version


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[Attached Files]
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You can check the integrity of the downloaded file by comparing the 
following values in the md5sum column and the MD5 checksums of the files 
you have downloaded. If the checksums do not match, it means an error 
occurred during download.

 md5sum                           filename
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398f610e04c0eeb28520232518402907  uru26eug_compG.tar.gz

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The copyright for this software is held by NEC.
* VMware is a registered trademark of VMware, Inc. in the United States
  and/or other jurisdictions.
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  countries.
* All other company and product names in this document are the registered 
  trademarks or trademarks of their respective owners.
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