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[Solved] Supermicro AOC-SASLP-MV8 and 2TB+ Hard Disk
I’m thinking about buying the same controller So far lscpi and lshw see the card but the one drive I have connected for testing isn’t showing up. I can’t find an official manual for the aoc-aaslp-mv8 version with J6. It seems like that shouldn’t be necessary. Download the firmware to a Windows PC, unzip the download and copy the 3 aoc-sasllp-mv8 it contains Posted September 8, Sign in Already have an account?
Will report back if I run into any problems. Storage Devices and Controllers. Pick up two of them, flash them, and that gives me 4×4 SAS ports. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Posted September 10, That connector is not connected to anything.
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It is almost like the original firmware on the card is not “complete”. This patch seems to work for me on Ubuntu I plan to use a seperate USB than the one unraid exists on.
Posted August 25, Would you recommend it, despite the problems you had? Resources Latest reviews Search resources. What is the white plug J6 for on this card?
totally lost with install of AOC-SAS2LP-MV8 – Storage Devices and Controllers – Unraid
Joined Jul 1, Messages 3, Thanks The errors could be from the cable you are using to connect the drives I’ll probably reset that this evening to see if there’s any change. You must log in or register to reply here. Really frustrating as I have about 3TB of files waiting to be dumped to this drive.
So it looks like my best bet is probably to go the IBM M route. No issues with the hardware. Posted October 15, I pulled the card last night and put it in a different PCI slot.
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Posted September 14, I called Supermicro and they state that the drivers for the card need to be loaded into unraid. Replace X with the appropriate drive letter and it’s entirely your own fault if you wipe your hard drive. I’ve just had exactly the same issue so many thanks to everyone for pointing me in the right direction.