However I would like to avoid the UIO problems. Just curious what you all would recommend. I have posted links to this blog on several big forums. I wonder if the extra stuff can be get to use it in extra devices in the future USB for example. I haven’t been able to use the JMB with Solaris. It doesn’t quite answer my particular question.
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And it does not support drives larger than 2TB. But unRAID doesn’t show it at all. I have updated my post. I hope it is ok asking all these details here and writing long posts.
It works like a charm. Posted August 26, First of all, great page.
supermicro AOC-SASLP-MV8 latest drivers and firmware
Any idea if the card is compatible out of the box on Ubuntu Now, how to go about doing that? I’m curious though if you happen to have any recommendations for internal drive cages?
Lots of bandwidth available to each port. Are there any options?
[all variants] Supermicro AOC-SASLP-MV8
I thought, that it would be easy to just use another controller, so I bought an Alc-sas2lp-mv8 E. Really frustrating as I have about 3TB of files waiting to be dumped to this drive.
The number you quote seem way higher that what I see, so I’m wondering if you know something I don’t. But it worked in 5. I suggest you replace it with one of the controllers I recommend in my post.
Start a post in the general support forum and provide a syslog so we know what errors you are talking linuux. I use mdadm for RAID. I would really apprecaite any advice that you might have on this problem. Thank you – a very interesting write-up.
However, beware, this chip does not support drives larger than 2TB. Thanks for your information.
aof-sas2lp-mv8 The commit notes are here: For reference, the maximum practical throughputs per port I assumed have been computed with these formulas:. Obviously cheaper since there is no hardware RAID controller to buy. OpenSolaris ahci driver does not support that chipset yet. It is better to check after a reboot. That connector is not connected to anything.
I am trying to create several multi terabyte arrays and have run into some problems. For reference, the maximum practical throughputs per port I assumed have been computed with these formulas: I’m using a Gigabyte motherboard with controller Z I thought that would be the case, just wasn’t sure if the controller was added when the article was written or it is was updated more recently. Thanks for keeping this list up to date!
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