Found this question googling for software for my Rocket Raid product. Figured I'd answer for the next Goo-gler.
I used the RR3510 for a couple years (10?) without drivers. I configured it at the BIOS when the computer was starting up. I'm using mine as a RAID6.
Installing debian today after running ubuntu 10.04 LTS server for the past few years: if there are "drivers", the OS installer for debian (and ubuntu) handles the RocketRaid, as it was immediately in the partitioning tools. Note: OSs will lose track of device allocation, so my raid is
/dev/sda sometimes and
/dev/sdb others; since I have one 4T partition, it wasn't hard to spot. I installed their WebGUI on Ubuntu years ago and forgot I had it. At some point, the RAID alarm sounded and bios said a drive was failing, so I did a final backup, bought 4 new drives, and copied the backup to new drives.
I fully expect if you put it into JBOD via the BIOS, it will make the board transparent to the OS and all the drives will show up as expected -- but who knows what
/dev will do! Probably best if the drives are all different sizes/brands.
I'm looking for the software now is to see about tuning caching since I have the optional BBU...
Edit: downloaded the items in the "Linux" row from here for my 3510 in the "RAID Management Utility" section and unzipped WebGUI. I'm running Debian 7.3 x86_64; apt-get alien and ran:
# alien -d --scripts hptsvr-https-1.4-6.x86_64.rpm
then installed with
# dpkg -i
It installs a xen? server on port 7402. This is the help page for the WebGUI. I remember this interface; I'll study up on the caching and options to understand the recommendations given in this answer.
Snapshot of the GUI is interesting in that it came up JBOD even though I'm RAID6 - so these controls are what to change TO without respect of what IS: