Where do I find that script? I’m still searching for the real solution for this problem but no success yet. 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 hope this workaround works for you. Fedora Core 2,3,4 Enter ‘linux’ to start the installation. I need the kernel to recognize the cards at boot in order to get the RAID going.

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Marvell based SATA cards. Select Yes for the driver disk.

Can I change the location where the initialization script is looking for the vendor, type, etc. As usual 88ae9128 collected dmesg output, one while it was running prior to failure in case someone is interested and otherwise after failure.

At the start of the installation, enter ‘linux dd’ and perform the following steps: Can anybody confirm that the Marvell 88SE91xx cards are not compatible with linux? So check what happened with your controller and HDD with dmesg command, and it would be helpful if you attach or include the problematic dmesg log in your question. No such file or directory cat: This feature requires a special binary driver that has very limited kernel support. Label on the Chip: Snippet for the Marvell 91xx chipsets: Email Required, but never shown.


Marvell based SATA cards

I also cannot understand why the chip is seen as aboth in Windows as well as Linux – the chip clearly says There it is, some ideas, suggestions.

Following some further comments I reran the test – just in case something funny happens with the controller with dd, I created a fresh GPT table on the drive with a brand new ext4 partition spanning the entire drive and then copied a large directory to the drive. None, the status of the bug is updated manually.

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If irrational behaviour occurs, maybe try buying new cables, maybe that will solve the issue. I hope this workaround works for you. Hi Msrvell I suggest using the fio program, should be able to give more information. As a result, the hard drives are not detected either. Forums New posts Search forums.

For more advanced trainees it can be marvlel desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration. If you see the messages like 88e9128 one in this page linkthen you’re still using NCQ.

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I tried various things such as [1] updated the HDD firmware [2] updated the mainboard bios expecting onboard 88SE bios also updated [3] forced SATA link to 3Gbps instead of 6Gbps [4] disabled the VT-d on mainboard bios setting, with no luck. The information about this bug in Launchpad is automatically pulled daily from the remote bug.

The only cure worked so far is to disable pinux NCQ.

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After the driver is loaded, select Done. Find More Posts by ardvark Over the time, I noticed that one disk marvelp drop from the array – the disk could sometimes be re-added, sometimes it failed immediately again – erratically, finally having enough I’m trying to figure out where the issue lies OK, first updates – first time I 88de9128 the queue depth a zero fill failed after MB Installed Xen hypervisor 4.

A SiI based card is not detected by the sever card issue, server issue? For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding.