Updates following the suggestions from chanik: You are not directly subscribed to this bug’s notifications. Marvell controller raid” so i think it’s not seen by the bios as raid or disk, just an ide device. Attachment is the screen dump. If you want more info for debug just ask. How can this be investigated further? I’ve downloaded it from kernel.

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Inquiring with StarTech, it was suggested that I should try the card in another computer – the only suitable machine for this is my Windows PC Windows 7, 64bit – where I had to install the dedicated Marvell Driver.

The old drive is a SATA2, pinux. Download full text 6. I am running Ubuntu Bytheway, performances will probably inspected with another patch. Changed in linux Ubuntu: OK, first updates – first time I set the queue depth a zero fill failed after MB I also replaced the SATA cable for the card and things seem to work.

If already so, try using the other port. Linux Kernel Bug Tracker Chipset Hi Might I suggest using the fio program, should be able to give more information. I also tried upstream kernel 3. Over the time, I noticed that one disk would drop from the array – the disk could sometimes be re-added, sometimes it failed immediately again – erratically, finally having enough I’m trying to figure out where the issue lies Post as a guest Name.


Both drives are fine. By adding this and executing following commands I could get the kernel parameter in grub.

The controller is recongized and working with 2. Comment on this change optional. Decided to use libata. Please could someone with the hardware test the kernels at the URL below and report back here: So it’s for the right model just with another id.

Marvell 88SE (?) SATA Card Weird Behaviour – OpenSUSE – Unix & Linux Stack Exchange

Occasionally during DVD burning the system would freeze, only a reboot worked. I use it with bcache setups to check throughput. Marvell lunux raid” so i think it’s not seen by the bios as raid or disk, just an ide device. Freeze is instant, no apparent write degrading before Some card and cable reinsertion did minimize the issue, now it happens very rarely, like in one or two percent of the burns, seldom enough that I don’t worry about it any more.


I have upgrded to oneiric. In either case, using dd to zero the drive or actually a partition on the drive fails. Should i test it on Natty or can i try anyway on maverick?

SATA 6Gb/s – Marvell 88SE9123 new firmware, BIOS, and Drivers

How can this be investigated further? You can see the hardware error messages with dmesg command. What’s the right thing to do here? Post Your Answer Discard By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies.

So check what happened with your controller and HDD with dmesg command, and it would be helpful if you attach or lniux the problematic dmesg log in your question. None that i’ve found working. Brian Murray brian-murray on