Your issue is definitely not network related. Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links. Sat Mar 22, 1: I also built a custom 2. Posted February 2,
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Ars Praefectus et Subscriptor. Your issue is definitely not network related. You are not directly subscribed to this bug’s notifications.
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I think you need to reboot I was able to successfully install the driver on Debian Etch by doing the following: It will automatically gather and attach updated debug information to this report. Register a new account. I might be getting rid of this card and going with the one that Tom uses on the pre-built arrays! I then installed the latest 2. Thu Apr 10, 7: There is no such thing as Debian Edgy Eft. Originally posted by anthonyr: Nov 30, Posts: If this bug is fixed in the linud kernel, please add the following tag ‘kernel- fixed-upstream’.
If the zpool becomes fragmented enough there is no cure except to destroy and recreate the zpool. Sign in Already have an aoc-aat2-mv8 This can be done by clicking on the yellow pencil icon next to the tag located at the aoc-ssat2-mv8 of the bug description and deleting the ‘needs- upstream- testing’ text.
One other thing, bombcar or anyone know if this card works right out of the box?
No difrence if linux or windows 7. Already have an account? I need to test the card in another machine to confirm that its OK but haven’t had time.
Get a Highpoint card and use Linux raid instead of using the drivers for the fakeraid on the card. I’m kinda shocked Linux support is aod-sat2-mv8 poor and especially mystified about it since driver code is so obviously available – it’s in the FreeBSD install disc.
Drivers needed for Supermicro AOC-SAT2-MV8
Please do not test the kernel in the daily folder, but the one all the way at the bottom. Presumably ada0 through ada3 are part of the zpool. I just ordered another Samsugn 1. I always consider that a scrub should be able to do at least double the speed I want.
Just wondering if there is a way to test this SATA adapter for problems? Originally Posted by tlmaclennan If wflammenspeck doesn’t get to it, I can also upload the drivers from the CD when I get home from work. This also means that prefetching is disabled which really hurts performance.
This should remove the need for HighPoint’s drivers to make the card work. Or what this involves?
So after all this looong talk, my linuc is, to format your disk on another sata controller and then move it on Supermicro. The bios in the 23xx likes to write random shit to certain sectors on the disk, even if you’ve not setup a RAID in it.
Bill Kirkpatrick wkirkpa1 wrote on There are “adequate” drivers available from Marvell as well.