Email me about changes to this bug report. But I don’t think that would be your problem since I don’t suppose it will physically fit into a 1x slot. Worked out of the box with no configuration using Debian Edgy Eft kernel 2. I benchmarked the living hell out of everything from 3Ware and Areca hardware RAID to nvidia, promise, and highpoint fakeraid to FreeBSD raid to Linux raid a month or so ago, and Linux kernel raid stomped the living hell out of everything. Since it caused my unraid server to lock up every time I used it “working fine” is relative in this case.
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Sun Apr 27, I’d considered that, by way of repurposing my current desktop to be the new server. It is exactly the same as the iso Supermicro sent me. Sat Mar 22, 2: I called SuperMicro and they said to send it in for a warranty replacement as it’s still under the days.
[all variants] Supermicro AOC-SASLP-MV8
ilnux Is there any chance that Samsung has released any firmware update for your model? Wed Mar 19, 5: Nov 30, Posts: Bill Kirkpatrick wkirkpa1 wrote on Email me about changes to this bug report.
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Wow that is really bad. However, it did not work for me They do the raid in their drivers. Thu Apr 10, 4: Jeremy Foshee jeremyfoshee wrote on I might be getting rid of this card and going with the one that Tom uses on the pre-built arrays!
I did send a email to Support at Supermicro requesting help on this matter. Also, if you could test the latest upstream kernel available that would be zoc-sat2-mv8.
I received my SuperMicro card back from being RMA’ed new one sent and it still doesn’t accept a third hard drive. See here for more.
If it works then that is a huge bonus. So i thought that there is no other solution, than to use onboard controllers instead of Supermicro for these two disks. All you have to do is tell mdadm where they all are and it will figure the rest out for itself.
Probably can make it work if your just very very careful about physically labeling the drives and keeping track of them by their serial numbers and such things. We were wondering if this is still an issue? As well, please comment on which kernel version specifically you tested.
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Joined Mar 25, Messages 19, Thanks 1, If you happen to have a second machine available then it may be a nice test to see if you can get the card to recognize a drive on that. However, I don’t know how to test them. Alex Harrington alexharrington linuxx on Find zpool status -v, top etc. Thanks to everyone who mentioned it here! Worked out of the box with no configuration using Debian Edgy Eft kernel 2.
Seems others are using this card with these drives without issues: AVS Forum articles Aoc-say2-mv8. Searching on the internet found conflicting posts on the subject about if this controller supports disks over 1TB or not.