Do I need to install the WebGUI for HighPoint RocketRAID or SSD7000 Series controllers?
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If you are not using the controller’s RAID functions, then you do not need to use the WebGUI. In this sense, it can be considered as optional. However, if you intend to use the controller’s RAID technology to configure one or more disks, it is required.
For non-RAID configurations, the WebGUI is optional. However, it is still useful.
Even if you are only using single-disk configurations with the RocketRAID or SSD7000 series controller, we would recommend installing the WebGUI for its secondary functions.
SHI can help you track and monitor the status of drives hosted by the controller – it can report useful information such as temperature, SMART status, and in the case of NVMe SSD’s, TBW (total bytes written). Event will automatically log all device related errors or warnings – this information can be useful when attempting to troubleshoot a potential hardware problem.