That is the way that dmraid, lvm, multipath and mdadm work. I went ahead and filed a new bug as suggested, https: Thank you for your understanding. No upgrade log present probably fresh install UserGroups: No upgrade log present probably fresh install dmi.

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It is a normal hard drive. Is the multipath in the terminal is a config tool to config the device-mapper multipath?

[PATCH] UBUNTU: [Upstream] ahci: Detect Marvell 88SE9172 SATA controller

I didn’t have enough time to dig more. Flooding the system with the same bug seems pointless too me, especially since all related and possible viable comments would be wildly spread across multiple bug reports, what’s else is the point of marking this bug affecting me as well?

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– SATA drives unavailable on Marvell 88SE controller while IOMMU support is enabled

Nanoxia Deep Silence I. Brad Figg brad-figg on Yes, you can remove the mainline kernel with dpkg –purge. I googled and found this thread, and then I registered immediate. The error is not quite repeatable. The SATA driver you use with it may also make a difference. SATA link up 6. Sat Feb 27 I do not have a need for the last port yet but that is also working when I tried it but only for a few days.

Used my casual login above blinkosorry for the spam and any confusion. The error message is as follows: That sounds more like, despite dmraid using ddf in the name, the BIOS uses some different format which mdadm does not recognize.

Changed in marveell Ubuntu: That is the way that dmraid, lvm, multipath and mdadm work.

It did not make a difference. Attached scsi generic sg3 type 0 [ 1. Stefan Bader smb wrote 88ee9172 More information available upon request. Because when I do a fresh install of Ubuntu I’ve checked the hotplug related options in the BIOS, they are all turned off. December 1st, 2. I extracted the relevant syslog data below. Actually all modes doesn’t make any difference.


From there one would select the alternative option and there has marveell choice of older kernels. I might try searching Gentoo or CentOS forums go get some hint. But a drive would still marked as removable if the port had a ESP bit set and the controller had a SXS capability set.

The issue persists with kernel 3.

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