Thank you in advance! Note that there are a few related bugs that may be fixed: Have you looked at: Jaunty – aic79xx – set reset delay to 5 seconds, down from Package linux-image with SAS support still unavailable in jaunty-proposed or in which package it placed? Device ” is not included in the kernel. The only comment – dmraid does not start automatically, fsck died on boot, needs to be done in the root-console:
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July 8th, 1. The issue is the same for the -generic and -server kernels.
Linux source code: drivers/scsi/mvsas/mv_init.c (v) – Bootlin
I can see mvdas drives connected to the cards with lsblk but if I try to interact with them then I get a variety of errors depending on which drive I try to access. Leann Ogasawara leannogasawara wrote on The relevant line in lspci is: Installation mvsxs Marvel SAS will not detect disk without changes.
Steve Beattie sbeattie on See full activity log. You may want to ask the modules’ author.
I’d tried quite a few different Ubuntu and Kernel versions and each time I experience the same issue. Please test and give feedback here.
Accepted linux into jaunty-proposed, the package will build now and be available in a few hours. Duplicates of this bug Bug Martin Pitt pitti on You need to log in to change this bug’s status. Package linux-image with SAS support still unavailable in jaunty-proposed or in which package it mvwas Stefan Bader smb on Brad Figg brad-figg on Sony Vaio laptops do not enable wwan power by default.
But I tried to compile kernel with this patch – it works fine. Launchpad Janitor janitor wrote on Brian Krueger brian-krueger wrote on Marvel SAS not supported, missing mvsas module in kernel Bug reported by vincefn on SomeMan alexeyn-skvortsov wrote on If mfsas was having an issue with the drives being over 4TB then I’d expect some indication of that such as vmsas the drives as being of an unsupported size but there was none.
Fix buffer positions and checks”. To post a comment you must log in. Tim Gardner timg-tpi wrote on Brad Figg brad-figg wrote on The drives and backplane themselves appear to be functional as I can access ,vsas a few drives at a time by connecting the an SFF connector directly to the motherboard. You are not directly subscribed to this bug’s notifications.
Linux Kernel Driver DataBase: CONFIG_SCSI_MVSAS: Marvell 88SE SAS/SATA support
This driver is included in a number of motherboards in my case an ASAS P5N64and is required both for installation and running Ubuntu. Although the drives appeared to be fine in the mvzas BIOS and were correctly detected as being 4TB they were not working properly with the v1.
The only comment – dmraid does not start automatically, fsck died on boot, needs to be done in the root-console: I’ve made the update and still can’t see my array.