VB Wright, could you please test the newest mainline kernel available http: What you see the multipath message is from a kernel module that gets loaded. Jean-Dominique ubuntu-delyon wrote on To post a comment you must log in. Why does it need more upstream testing? Tonight I’ve confirmed that no one has added a relevant PCI quirk as of 3. I was ready to send it back to NewEgg when I decided to continue testing.
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– SATA drives unavailable on Marvell 88SE controller while IOMMU support is enabled
Regarding your comments in https: Tried installing via the other controller on the mobo SB? So if something needs to change it probably is dmraid. Penalver penalvch on The bug is a perfect match to the attached link to the bug on kernel.
The error message is as follows: Would it be possible for you to test the latest upstream kernel? I cannot answer that.
[PATCH] UBUNTU: [Upstream] ahci: Detect Marvell 88SE9172 SATA controller
What you see the multipath message is from a kernel module that gets loaded. Johnius johnius wrote on Tried installing Ubuntu IN Windows, installation went fine, restarted and nothing, here’s a pic: Mind, at that stage the kernel is not yet involved. Could somebody please explain what is missing here? The error is not quite repeatable. Ubunyu full text 4. Sorry, I was distracted by other things.
[PATCH] UBUNTU: [Upstream] ahci: Detect Marvell 88SE SATA controller
SATA link up 6. I’ve just tried the 3. If you had that BIOS option that would be a work-around for you.
SATA link up 1. But in general the commands are responsible for reading meta-data from the devices and detecting whether those contain logical devices they can handle. I found someone has similar problem using 4. The problem here is that Ubuntu So there might be some options: So the only visible difference 88sr9172 the debug is that one is longer than the other btw, the man page mentions you might get more details when repeating the -d option, like -d -d -d.
Brad Figg brad-figg wrote on Boot very slow including grub. 88ss9172
To be filled by O. You need to log in to change this bug’s status. Still having the same issue up to kernel 3.
From there one would select the alternative option and there has the choice of older kernels. So somewhere between 3.
The other possibility would be to force a re-compile of dmraid in My server is new and it is still in test phase so I can play with it.
Are there any logs I should submit as well?