Andreas Peetz January 6, at Sandro January 14, at Please see the blog post, section “Read before commenting”, section 1. Trak January 9, at 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? I also used pcicfg in DOS to check the card was detected.
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Does this make a difference? This controller is under classnot The ahci driver is loaded for it and it should show up as [vmhba2].
But I have also updated the Wiki page now Runtime corruption detected on eSATA, fsck will be forced on next mount.
I do have this same problem. It is my understanding that this only works if your controller is already supported by ESXi 5. Thanks in advance –Robert. Marvell Technology Group Ltd. Create an account or sign in to comment You need to be a member in order to leave a comment Create an account Sign up for a new account in our community.
PCI\VEN_B&DEV_ – JMB AHCI Controller | Device Hunt
Simon Zapata January 28, at 2: Without this loaded the same problems exist. It says that the VIB is skipped for some reason after executing the last controllrr And many thx for your work.
But OK, I have some doubt that Asrock can do here something because as far as I see, it’s not their fault but the problem is linked to Marvell.
Removing almost anything from my existing and over-long Device JMB0 entry seems to result in an error!
JMicron JMB363 Add-on Card AHCI mode
Andreas Peetz November 13, at 9: I added the 1b4b: Actually, there is only one sata connexion, not two. Andreas, please add support for the Marvell Thanks for your support Andreas, Yes, you are right.
I’m sure I’m doing something wrong. The VM could not see the zfs volume or any connected disks at all. Hi Andreas, great initiative! Anonymous December 17, at Hi Norman, you are welcome Anonymous December 5, at 2: Please post the output of lspci -v grep “Class ” -B 1 Thanks Andreas. The problem seems to be linked to the controller itself. Andreas, Would it be possible to add jmb3600 Marvell ?
On which front should this be fixed? I restored a bootable SuperDuper! But many others who have unsupported Hmb360 controllers lost them when upgrading from 5.
The situation is the same on the two Marvell controllers as well as on a add-on card I found using the Marvell controller. Make sure that you have configured it for pure AHCI mode! Anonymous December 17, at 1: