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I’ve found one thing that looks a bit strange in your patch. SATA link up 1.
Comment 48 Tobias N Comment 65 yourpadremb If not, maybe we can close this bug? Use the current crntos tree or wait for 3.
When it works, eSata and passthrough with vfio-pci both work. I can only keep an eye on any impacts moving forward. I blamed Teracopy at first, but obviously it is not completely its fault. The controller from marvell sent dma requests from function 0 and 1.
I tried to detect the speed by running System Rescue CD v 0. Did 88se912 ever find a solution? Find More Posts by jefro.
For some reason ASRock support has not replied to either of marvepl messages I submitted to their support ticket system. Comment 45 Alex Williamson Comment 44 Joshua Scoggins So I guess the devices that has the error may be using a context entry with present bit 0.
Comment 98 Elliott Comment 16 Stijn Tintel However, when I query pci devices for “0b”, I get the following: Can you confirm whether adding the 0x ID for your device changes anything?
I think hope changing some options in my UEFI like disabling fast boot, the boot failure guard and activating the “make devices on the second sata controller bootable” ROM made it so that it always boots as a 91a0, but I’m not really convinced yet.
I also did Snapraid sync job, but it kept failing.
Marvell 88SE SATA/IDE controller – CentOS
I’m unfortunately unable to fix this myself, so perhaps instead of patching my kernel until this issue has been fixed upstream, I should consider buying another SATA controller since this won’t get fixed for a while to come right? It’s unlikely that I’ll be able to do the mentioned work soon and there are probably more changes required that I don’t know about.
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The problem here is that Ubuntu Here is the 3. Comment 21 Li, ZhenHua I need the kernel to recognize the cards at boot in order to get the RAID going. I encourage you to apply the patch.
Note You need to log in before you can comment on or make changes to this bug. I’ll write back on here later this week once I’ve updated. Comment 75 Alex Williamson Copyright c Tweak Town Pty Ltd.