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I’d like to buy the same board. Please test the latest v3. Open Source Consulting Domain Registration. I need the kernel to recognize the cards at boot in order to get the RAID going. If you’d like to contribute content, let us know. As for the 3. I agree with madbiologist, although I understand that in some extend the same error bug could be a result of different hardware configurations, it all depends on the clarity and how fine grained the report itself is.
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Tonight I’ve confirmed that no one has added a relevant PCI quirk as of 3. Looks like this will remain an issue for some time to come.
Christopher, I’m not sure I get it. See this bug report and these messages to the linux-ide mailing list. Join our community today! I linuc RAID running, its some time ago so i do not know the exact procedure.
If you need to marvdll your password, click here. Once you’ve tested the upstream kernel, please remove the ‘needs- upstream- testing’ tag Only that one tag, please leave the other tags. Hmm, I’m not sure why that command doesn’t help. Find More Posts by ardvark If not, could you please test http: In this particular case the correlation is quite clear and seems to be identified as a Marvell SATA driver misbehaving which, in combination with VT-d and the IOMMU kernel module, results in timeouts and not detected storage devices.
Looks like there was a patch for this. I’m not sure I get it. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
I will make another attempt to get some useful data during the weekend. I went ahead and filed a new bug as suggested, https: Post as a guest Name. Every once in a while some bios issue may cause some problems with add on cards to older hardware. The linux kernel is much more tightly integrated than the xserver and all of mmarvell associated packages.
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