To Be Filled By O. Andreas Peetz December 30, at 6: Using your instruction for the update instead of install, allowed me to use ESXi 5. Are you still accepting outputs? From a terminal window please run: Could you add please this: But I have also updated the Wiki page now
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I have Esxi 5. Thanks so much for your work in getting this working and helping everyone with issues they are having.
And many thx for confroller work. Andreas Peetz November 11, at 9: To reopen the bug, click on the current status under the Status column and change the status back to “New”. The only page for their SATA chipsets is: The situation is the same on the two Marvell controllers as well as on a add-on card I found using the Marvell controller.
888se6145 have read your bug-info note, but I don’t understand if I’m affected by this bug since if I connect my card to a Mac running OS X Using a Msata SSD afa read caching! You are not directly subscribed to this bug’s notifications. Interestingly, the previous settings were all retained as if the installer read the old disk and included the drivers for the GA-Z87 motherboard.
This controller is supported out-of-the-box and was configure as [vmhba0] on your system. The update completed successfully, but the system needs to be rebooted for the changes to be effective. Andreas, I also have the following on my board: Well, at least of the things that seemed like they’d be relevant to the controller There was a lot of side stuff about the Motherboard North and South bridges.
Andreas Peetz November 6, at 7: You need to log in to change this bug’s status. I even try to install ubuntu server I followed the instructions and installed sata-xahci.
With the following IDs: Hi Anonymous, the Intel controller VT-D is off in the Bios and the Bios does see the disk. It says that the VIB is skipped for some reason after executing the last line: I disabled the remapping and rebooted but it did not help me.
May be you know where I can find a detailed information on how ESXi loads modules and why enabled modules can be unloaded after rebooot? Svetlin Petrov January 6, at 4: This workaround work only with chipset that have AHCI support.
Hi, Can you please add the Marvell tu the supported controllers? Is it possible to add b: Nicolas C November 7, at 9: Google revealed a bug report, which indicates the problem is not limited to ESXi or anyhow related to it. For Marvell 88Ex chip, there is a product brief document http: Is there a way to change their configuration so controlller they show up as Class ?
Googling these drives everyone seems to be having trouble. Anonymous December 17, at 1: