Marvell Sata controller not recognized on restart

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Re: Marvell Sata controller not recognized on restart

Postby CwF » 2020-12-15 20:21

p.H wrote:
gargamon wrote:Here's the dump from lspci -vv for the associated card when it is visible.

How is the dump when the card is not "visible" (whatever this means) ?

if the card is asleep and not responding to a reset it will appear like a unknown device. It's presence will be known, it just hasn't said anything! That's what I was getting at...the enumerated sysfs entries will be gone but the pci slot info will be there, bare.
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Re: Marvell Sata controller not recognized on restart

Postby gargamon » 2021-02-26 15:04

Blame it on the ASRock motrherboard. Changing the bios setting for the PCIe slot from Auto to Gen1 and the card is now recognized after all boots/restarts.

While not an ideal solution as it limits the speed of the PCIe slot to 8GB/s, its OK for me as that is more than SATA III anyway. Also the only disks mounted on the PCIe sata card are parity disks which are rarely accessed and never accesed for real work.

How do I mark this issue as closed?
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Re: Marvell Sata controller not recognized on restart

Postby CwF » 2021-02-26 17:51

gargamon wrote:bios setting for the PCIe slot from Auto to Gen1

I should have thought of that! I'd come to the same solution passing early gpu's. It's the card really.
gargamon wrote:How do I mark this issue as closed?

just go to your first post and edit, prepend or append [solved] in the title.
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Re: Marvell Sata controller not recognized on restart

Postby p.H » 2021-02-27 08:52

gargamon wrote:it limits the speed of the PCIe slot to 8GB/s, its OK for me as that is more than SATA III

Do you mean 8 GByte/s or 8 Gbit/s ? 8 Gbit/s is more than one SATA III link (6 Gbit/s) but less than two.

gargamon wrote:disks mounted on the PCIe sata card are parity disks

What do you mean ? RAID 4 parity disks ?
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