Page 1 of 3 1 2 3 Last Jump to page: Fast forward, throughout , two drives failed – and apparently both are truly dead. All times are GMT Prior to contacting technical support, please visit the ASL online FAQ for quick answers to common hardware and software issues. If you need to reset your password, click here. The installer will not see the hard drives connecting to the Marvell controller at this point. Just running dd with defaults:
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Email me about changes to this bug report. If you see the messages like the one in this page linkthen you’re still using NCQ.
Joined Feb 15, Messages 15, Thanks 3, Then select Add Device. This bug affects vanilla kernels up to and including 3. Perhaps the other computer with windows has a better thermal solution. Just in case filling the drive itself is the problem, I tried filling a partition that spans the entire drive instead – it still fails.
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Updates following the suggestions from chanik: Have you run smartctl on the devices? How can this be investigated further? Where do I find that script? Hi Might I suggest using the fio program, should be able to give more information. Only above 91xx chipsets are supported in FreeBSD.
I attempted to use manual control of NCQ but it seems the parameter does not stick. Majo Newbie Jun 2, You must log in or register to reply here.
Marvell based SATA cards
liux As a result, the SATA card was changed to a different model and everything seemed to work. Joined Apr 23, Messages 13 Thanks 2.
Just running dd with defaults: In either case, using dd to zero the drive or actually a partition on the drive fails. Having trouble installing a piece of hardware?
[SOLVED] SATA Controller – HDD not showing
Last edited by ardvark71; at AFAIK the current thinking is to register the phantom device automatically when the first one is found. Following some further comments I reran the test – just in case something funny happens with the controller with dd, Libux 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.
It is suggested that the problem is an overflow problem in the controller – however I cannot evaluate the accuracy of that statement – it was also reported with a firmware slightly older than the latest version which is 1.