Here you are some information I manually copied from the screen of the server dmesg while detecting the network hardware: If you know of other devices that we’ve missed reply back If you find official webpages for devices listed but not linked reply back. Looking at dmesg, you get the following: Can you try with the latest development release of Ubuntu? If you have a controller and have successfully cross flashed or done something worthy, reply back here and the list will be updated. In Red Hat Bugzilla , David david-redhat-bugs wrote on This can be done by clicking on the yellow pencil icon next to the tag located at the bottom of the bug description and deleting the ‘needs- upstream- testing’ text.
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Here you are some information Psi manually copied from the screen of the server dmesg while detecting the network hardware: Newer versions of the driver have the option to disable MSI see http: Hope this is of use. But like you said not much point as you could just go to their respective website and do the same thing I’m fairly happy with the above now.
I have tried on Fedora 12, which gives also the same error:. The “Write-through” option ensures that each write request from the controller is only reported back as completed when it has been acknowledged by the hard disk.
All devices appear correctly in an lspci command.
Data will be lost. Gad Maor gad-maor wrote on In Red Hat BugzillaBug bug-redhat-bugs wrote on Jaume Sabater jsabater wrote on This information was last pulled 7 minutes ago. Managed to sort out the problem by booting both the installer and the installed kernel 2.
It is Fedora’s policy to close all bug reports from releases that are no longer maintained.
Changed in linux Fedora: Not sure how the upgrade would go and I don’t want to use 1087 machines as test machines. Pieter and Patrick good job on this and the main page posts.
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PatrickApr 21, Here what dmesg tail says:. Also, if you could test the latest upstream kernel available that would be great. If you find mistakes reply back. I have tried disabling the onboard LAN controller with no luck. This message is a reminder that Fedora 12 is nearing its end of life. This bug was reported a while ago and there hasn’t been any activity in it recently.
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I found out that the mfi module might fix this issue: Email me about changes to this bug report. It looks like Jaume Sabater might be correct on his issue in post in 1.
During the disk detection, no disks are found, although the mptsas driver is loaded. This is a major issue, since it’s hampering installation of Ubuntu Server on our servers. The “Direct” option defines that the data to be read is read from the hard disk directly and is 11078 not stored in the controller cache. In Red Hat BugzillaDavid david-redhat-bugs wrote on So perhaps the new Enterprise kernel is ldi hitting this problem?
I know for a fact that a generic e chip will load in ubuntu If a data block is requested, “Read ahead” causes further sequentially following data blocks to be already read from the hard disk to the cache of the controller just in case, and in the hope that they will be called for in subsequent requests. I llsi where applicable written which devices are cross flashable to other devices of the same chipset.