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  1. I plan to buy the Microserver Gen8 with integrated Smart Array B120i RAID controller. And replacing the CPU to a Xeon E3-1230 v2. So my question, is this conroller working well on ESXi with DirectI/O Passthrough? Has anybody any experience with it?
  2. Which utility is that? Please send me a link. The current SAS3IRCU utility can't do that.
  3. Yes. Exactly not randomly, but always the same order: Slot 1 --> Drive 1 Slot 2 --> Drive 4 Slot 3 --> Drive 3 Slot 4 --> Drive 2 Yes, they are a 4+4+4 config. An expander would be waste of money and unnecessary. Check these videos. It can be see the 3 SFF-8087 cables RS18016XS+ RS3614xs
  4. Yes, my Adaptec is a SAS 12Gb card. I'm using SFF-8643 to SFF-8643 cables, because my backplane have 3x SFF-8643 connectors and not direct attached SATA. As i know this cables have sideband integrated. I've tested some cables, that maybe they have different pinouts, but not. Same problem. LSI00409 LSI00413 Intel AXXCBL380HDHD Adaptec 2282500-R After that, i found this: https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19045-01/blade.6000disk/820-4922-16/z40000191018657.html PS: Synology Rachmount has not 2 but 3 SAS cables to backplane connected.
  5. I've tested and i have the same issue with drive numbering. In the BIOS of the LSI card the drive order is correct, but after boot in the OS the drive order is wrong: Slot 1 --> Drive 1 Slot 2 --> Drive 4 Slot 3 --> Drive 3 Slot 4 --> Drive 2 I thought it's just because of the very old version of mpt3sas driver in 5644.4 Then i've tried the latest release of today 5644.5. It has updated mpt3sas driver (the latest version P11). But unfortunately same issue. I've tested it on Debian as well, and same issue. So it's not an XPE problem. After that i've tri
  6. I will try it this weeked... I have here one SC826BAC4-R920LPB chassis, one LSI 9300-8i and one Adaptec HBA 1000-16i card. I will try out both of the cards to see which one working properly.
  7. Great news! I think, this update will solve all of my problems. Thank you very much!!!
  8. I can test it in the middle of the next week, because i'm on business travel rigth now... But I have an idea: If you have a failed drive, with a cli command you get blinking the LED of the failed drive. (MegaCli or something else)
  9. Great news Thx Trantor! My cards will be happy And what about the NVMe driver, can we see it in the new release? It can be found in kernel configuration: Device Drivers -> Block devices -> NVM Express Block Device Please add it to!
  10. Wenn dein CP400i tatsächlich ein 9341-8i ist, dann müsste mit der Crossflasching bei dir auch funtionieren. Auf dem Link, den ich bereits hier gepostet habe, findest du auch die Anleitung von 9341-8i auf 9300-8i. (S.M.A.R.T geht auch nach dem flaschen)
  11. Ich denke schon. FW ist aus dieser Ansicht egal. Was ist der Typ von deine Karte? Kannst du mal bitte mit einem Ubuntu oder mit anderem Live distro booten, um nur schicher zu gehen, ob deine Karte richtig funktioniert?
  12. du muss zuerst auf der Herstellerwebseite nach IT firmware suchen. Falls keine gibt, dann kannst du deinen RAID-Controller crossflaschen. Mit diesem Technik habe ich von meinem Intel RS3UC080 einen echte LSI 9300-8i Controller gemacht. Es geht mit Karten von Supermicro auch, deswegen denke ich, dass es mit deinem Fujitsu auch gehen könnte. Man muss nur ein wenig Mut haben Hier ist die Anleitung, die ich damals dazu geschrieben habe: https://forums.servethehome.com/index.php?threads/crossflashing-of-lsi-9341-8i-to-lsi-9300-8i-success-but-no-smart-pass-through.3522/page-2#post-73894
  13. I have an idea, but for this solution must be the cards not the same. So, for example, if you have one from LSI and one from Adaptec, then just disable the driver of one of them in sysconfig.cfg with rmmod=drivername. Edit: i see just now, you have two LSI cards...
  14. ich hatte letzte woche das gleiche Problem... Und die Lösung ist einfach: 1. Die Karte im IT-Mode flaschen (nicht unbedingt wichtig, aber so wird dein NAS ähnlicher werden als ein echte Synology NAS) 2. auf dem USB-Stick in syslinux.cfg alle 3 APPEND Zeile mit "insmod=mpt3sas" ergänzen. LABEL xpenology MENU LABEL XPEnology DSM 5.2-5644 KERNEL /zImage APPEND root=/dev/md0 ihd_num=0 netif_num=4 syno_hw_version=DS3615xs sn=B3J4N01003 insmod=mpt3sas vid=0x0EA0 pid=0x2168 loglevel=0 vga=0x305 LABEL debug MENU LABEL XPEnology DSM 5.2-5644 Debug K
  15. I also have an LSI3008 card, and it's working well on this way. There are 3 APPEND lines in syslinux.cfg and you must add insmod=mpt3sas to ALL of them in order to proper working at all.