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Marvell 88SE91xx SATA 3 PCIe controller – is it compatible?
Comment 85 CJ I see from Alex’s initial? Comment 12 Andrew Cooks EH complete snip con’d Feb 4 Your patches seem to work fine for me, with this addition for my controller. Of course there might be other people working on this and a better patch could appear and be included at any time. I’d like to buy the same board. I’ll write back on here later this week once I’ve updated.
My current setup that works has: Comparison of kernel 3. Tried installing via the other controller on the mobo SB?
Only your update in comment 44 show a DMAR fault.
The change looks correct to me. Hopefully it is something they can fix with a BIOS update or who knows, I guess it could also be a Linux kernel issue.
But from comment 44 and comments 58, it sounds like the has other problems in addition to this one, so I suspect you’re seeing those other problems. And, so they did. It would be interesting to know whether the.
I had a problem with one of my drives dropping out but otherwise seemed ok. When this option is added do all devices get passed through or just those incompatible with the MMU?
It seems that was either added in 4. I’m contemplating getting a 3ware and going the hardware route.
Comment 36 Andrew Cooks The person I was in contact with wrote that the update would be posted along with the next BIOS update for the motherboard, but I don’t think it actually happened: Marveol, exploring at https: I’ll Google around this issue again and see what I can see, from the Xen perspective. I do however, want to be of help, even though it only consists of testing the solution at hand, but there are some concerns that need to be addressed.
Comment 27 Andrew Cooks Comment 92 Alex Williamson Show Obsolete 4 View All Add an attachment proposed patch, testcase, etc. I took a quick look and didn’t see a marell resolution for the problems Joshua reported. Open Source Consulting Domain Registration. Also confirmed for current kernel 3. If a kernel upgrade to 3. I just hope more people can find this and then Asrock or Marvell or Ubuntu people can fix it.