Does it possible to add support for Check with “esxcli software vib list grep xahci” Andreas. This controller is supported out-of-the-box and should not need the sata-xahci package!? I will update my post to include this information. Anonymous January 27, at 8: Thank you for your efforts.

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Only with mmarvell driver loaded and no disks detected. Anonymous November 22, at 8: Any suggestions on getting this working would be greatly appreciated!

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. Hello Andreas, i have the same controller and installed this vib, but the controller doesnt appear on the hardware list for passthrough The ahci driver is loaded for it and it should show up as [vmhba2]. Szabocls Illes March 11, at 6: Anonymous November 25, at Anonymous February 5, at Is there a way to change their configuration so that they show up as Marbell ?


Any ideas why the attached SSD drive is not visible?

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This causes the diskgroups to not admit further IOs, rendering them unusable until manual intervention is performed. I have the same question Show 0 Likes 0. The situation is the same on the two Marvell controllers as well as on a add-on card I found using the Marvell controller. Intel Corporation Class Out of curiosity in a Windows 7 install, the drives show up as one gb hard drive. Avoid using a Marvell controller.

Great article, information and drivers!!! The driver seems to be included correctly into the image logs show that the controller is availablebut the system has problems to detect the attached device.

I would try to re-enable it to see if disks show up, but unfortunately without it disabled Mxrvell get a PSOD on boot… It seems I’m stuck on both ways! Hello Andreas Thanks for all your Posts, your blog is great! Hi Chad, I added the SB in version 1.


You are commenting using your Twitter account. Andreas Peetz December 17, at 8: HI Koen, the b: Marvelll problem is not the driver or the iso creation.

I ran lspci -v and found it Your updates worked wonderfully on my system, and I coupled this package with the PowerCLI instructions to add support for my on-board network adapter, and everything is working wonderfully! Andreas Peetz November 11, at 9: Thank you, now I understand a bit more.

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Dmitry November 18, at 7: Does this mean there is something I can do to get it working? Previous Post Previous post: Motherboard with vmhba1 and vmhba33 but no devices attached.

An ESXi host might fail with a purple screen.