[Windows] Graid VD device initialize time too long (about 50s) during system reboot

[Windows] Graid VD device initialize time too long (about 50s) during system reboot


Environment

RAID Model: SR1000 or SR1010 etc
Host Hardware: AMD/Intel/Supermicro model etc
Operating System: Windows Server 2019 and 2022.

Issue

The Graid's disk needs to take over 50 seconds to present to the system.

Resolution

1. When Windows boots up, Graid's windows driver needs to initialize every drive, with each drive taking 3-5 seconds. Therefore, it can take over 1 minute for the system to boot if the user has 16 drives.

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