Please enter a reason for warning. My guess is I need to compile my own file to setup the server with. I’m going to suggest putting a low priority on this one, as so far, only one unRAID user has been affected. The rest of the components seem universal with 91xx and 92xx distinction , as I have seen them in different images for different controllers. I just used a different, non-Marvell card. I recently reinstalled my computer and decided that I want to have a native installation of Linux side by side with windows got tired of VMWare. Since I don’t know which component is impending card functionality, I will try to go to lower firmware versions, with as few modifications as possible.
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Both have the chipset but I don’t see anything like that in my syslog. Let me check in on this one, being I have the same Asrock controller. I wonder how and when this can be triggered. He gets a report back about the card but with errors and I don’t seem to why i don’t know.
I can then get it submitted for Lucid SRU. Weird thing that these images have a linuux, there is nothing changed in assembly, other than lowering the version of components. Sadly i can report that the GUI doesn’t show me the disks connected to it.
So the unfortunate answer to your question to how do I get it to work?
Linus the problem is solved, change the tag ‘verification- needed- natty’ to ‘verification- done-natty’. Found some Information here: Bohs Hansen got back to be tonight that he has trouble recognizing it, perhaps no capitals in the grep?? So only the last part differs, don’t know what it means but could be just something system specific.
How do i determine kinux it is possible, and how do you choose the right distribution that could make it less painful to get up running?
Forum – RE: Problems Updating firmware of Marvell Sata controller – 17
I don’t know of any reports concerning thejust the ones listed in the first post. Duplicates of this bug Bug Bug Alright, I figured this out.
This bug does not apply to you. Or do you plan to update unRAID with this patch?
Linux – Hardware This forum is for Hardware issues. Linu have an account? Last edited by ardvark71; at For AMD, the following syslog error is logged, on first trying to identify connected drives don’t know yet what appears in Intel syslog:.
May have to disabling the NCQ. For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration.
I’d like to buy the same board. Posted June 25, I seem to recall mxrvell was meant to be a patch for this problem introduced into kernel 3. By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features.
Only thing I can think of mqrvell that your card needs a special Autoload or a special Loader, which I’m unable to find in my collection or elsewhere.
Marvell SATA 88SE9125/88SE9120
Added quirks for Ricoh Brian Murray brian-murray wrote on I’m quite lost with all these Marvell firmware stuffs, image creators etc. This bug affects linnux people. I will check if the flashing was done properly. There is a bad bug in the Marvell code for certain disk controller chipsets that causes connected drives to be unable to communicate when IOMMU is enabled.