The answer is pending and I will report what they say. Is this a strange way or the usual way of preparing the disks. Hi mbr, Thanks for the answer. The fix is simple enough to apply, it’s just a pain if, like me, you exhaust all other possibilities before re-flashing the SAS2LP-MV8 card firmware. However it is currently not supported by Solaris. SUPER useful summary of everything.
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I’m using a Gigabyte motherboard with controller Z I added the card, thanks. Is liinux me or is this a common problem? Sign in Already have an account?
From 32 to 2 ports: Ideal SATA/SAS Controllers for ZFS & Linux MD RAID
Storage Devices and Controllers. To finalize my experience report: OS don’t have any info about data was changed. This is my laptop I recently aoc-sxs2lp-mv8 an Areca to connect an external enclosure with 8 disks.
Which is fine and which I would have expected. You need to be a member in order to leave a limux. I don’t know if it is significant but when you run mvf it reports the version of the ROM and the version of the firmware on any adapters it finds.
You can connect 4 drives per SFFx regardless if it is or But nowadays they seem to have scaled back this activity.
supermicro AOC-SASLP-MV8 latest drivers and firmware – Ars Technica OpenForum
I would like to report my experience with migrating an existing software RAID 5 7 disks in total to a new controller. That connector is not connected to anything. I myself have used the i with the IT firmware, and have used software RAID on top of it, and everything worked flawlessly. Thanks for the excellent writeup!
[all variants] Supermicro AOC-SASLP-MV8
You should try a PCIe 2. First-rate writeup, Marc – thanks for working on this.
I was using Ubuntu Server then switched to Debian Squeeze. These partitions are used by madam directly without putting a filesystem onto the single disk.
Some Unlucky Buyers posted a about it thread here: Thanks for keeping this list up to date! I’m running the current stable kernel in Debian Squeeze so I guess I’ll have to look into patching or updating the kernel. I thought my SIL would, but even though it seems to detect, in the logs, the first drive, it will be unable to use it.
But it worked in 5. If you are performance-wise, avoid PMs, indeed. Did all of you aocsas2lp-mv8 your SATA cables before flashing the firmware? I am rebuilding raids on my box after changing some disks and aligned partitions and have a few questions: HighPoint HBA based on this chip: Please keep updating this.
supermicro AOC-SASLP-MV8 latest drivers and firmware
More about it can be read from: I just wanted to share my experiences with a couple of these cards. Now I wanted to migrate to Ubuntu I just don’t know what to do, because the the other 3 hdds on the intel-southbridge are rockin.
Put the 6 disks on the P55 chipset’s sata ports.