AOC-SASLP-MV8 LINUX DRIVER
Posted September 14, Yes, this is very odd. Sign In Sign Up. The card should work out of the box with unRAID. Really frustrating as I have about 3TB of files waiting to be dumped to this drive. That is good to hear indeed!! Now, how to go about doing that?
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supermicro AOC-SASLP-MV8 latest drivers and firmware
The errors could be from the cable you are using to connect the drives At least lshw -c storage sees the controller, and fdisk -l sees the attached HDD now. It then sits there for a minute before letting you know it is doing anything more than that! What BIOS exactly should linud changed from stock? I don’t know if it is significant but when you run mvf it reports the version of the ROM and the version of the firmware on any adapters it finds.
When you type “Y” to actually flash the bios it is quick to report it has successfully erased the old firmware.
Well thats definately a step in the right direction. Posted September 10, Posted September 14, This patch seems to work for me on Ubuntu Aoc-saslp–mv8 you recommend it, despite the problems you had? I have come across a few references to the Marvell drivers, which may be the correct ones for this card, but there are no specific references to this particular card and getting it to work with FreeBSD.
AOC-SAS2LP-MV8 | Add-on Cards | Accessories | Products – Super Micro Computer, Inc.
Post as a guest Name. I can’t determine where the kernel module is coming from. Have a look at this “Sticky” post that you probably missed: I am a little stumped as from what I have seen and read about this card it should just work in unRAID. It is almost like the original firmware on the card is not “complete”. Will keep aoc-sawlp-mv8 updated. Share this post Link to post.
[Solved] Supermicro AOC-SASLP-MV8 and 2TB+ Hard Disk
Start a post aoc-saaslp-mv8 the general support forum and provide a syslog so we know what errors you are talking about. I’m not sure how stable it runs.
But unRAID doesn’t show it at all. Unfortunately, I didn’t do my homework, and it looks like these cards aren’t currently supported by FreeNAS. Is it worth trying to figure out some way to use these cards, or should I send them back and go with another make? I plan to use a seperate USB than aoc-sasllp-mv8 one unraid exists on.
Download the firmware aoc-saspl-mv8 a Windows PC, unzip the download and copy the 3 files it contains Kind of annoyed at Supermicro Any idea if the card is compatible out of the box on Ubuntu Pick up two of them, flash them, and that gives me 4×4 SAS ports. You must log in or register to reply here.
Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Thread starter atob37 Start date Apr 9, Joined Jul 1, Messages 3, Thanks Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Joined Apr 10, Messages 8 Thanks 0. Could linxu please walk me through putting the correct files [and which ones] on the USB and how to install them?
It seems like that shouldn’t be necessary.