GIGABYTE GA-X79-UP4 MARVELL SATA RAIDAHCI DRIVER DETAILS:
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GIGABYTE GA-X79-UP4 MARVELL SATA RAIDAHCI DRIVER
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That entry, and any entry later appended to the list, will not be evaluated. Comment 27 Andrew Cooks Did you have any success? Could you provide more information, please? Yes, it's definitely broken, but trivial to fix.
Thanks for reporting it. The VIA controller turned out to be a pci device connected to the bridge. DMA request where sent from the bridge device id and that was not mapped into the iommu table.
The controller from marvell sent dma requests from function 0 and 1. Next step is to apply suggested patches for bug This turned out to be more work than I expected My best guess is that this is a bios bug: This is the memory map entry reported by bios from dmesg: Host address width 39 [ 0. Gigabyte GA-X79-UP4 Marvell SATA RAIDAHCI far as I can tell, the patch resolved my first issue, I no longer get any present bit errors. My current issue can't be a kernel bug.
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Comment 30 Andrew Cooks Comment 31 Thomas Kuther Comment 32 MvW Excuse me for Gigabyte GA-X79-UP4 Marvell SATA RAIDAHCI a complete noob here. I'd like to report that this kind of works for me with kernel 3. This controller really confuses me, when it works it shows up as " Marvell Technology Group Ltd. I think hope changing some options in my UEFI like disabling fast boot, the boot failure guard and activating the "make devices on the second sata controller bootable" ROM made it so that it always boots as a 91a0, but I'm not really convinced yet. When it works, eSata and passthrough with vfio-pci both work.
Comment 34 Li, ZhenHua You can google it to get more information. Comment 35 MvW Thanks for the pointers, I'll be looking in to it shortly. Will this fix be included in the 3. Comment 36 Andrew Cooks The patch I created needs work.
– DMA Read on Marvell 88SE fails when Intel's IOMMU is on
It's unlikely that I'll be able to do the mentioned work soon and there are probably more changes required that I don't know about. I'll keep posting improvements when I can. Of course there might be other people working on Gigabyte GA-X79-UP4 Marvell SATA RAIDAHCI and a better patch could appear and be included at any time. Comment 37 MvW Is it too much to expect a Bios upgrade to preserve Bios setting? The keyboard was ignored during boot or I missed the window and it booted the first disk in AHCI mode.
Windows started but complained and BSOD. After restart I still could not get into the BIOS keyboard ignored or missed the window and this time windows booted after posting a number of warnings about corrupt files etc. Now that I has windows booted, I was able to restore the bios I had take Gigabyte GA-X79-UP4 Marvell SATA RAIDAHCI backupand rebooted. It booted the Raid array, so I was back to where I was before.
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Occasional boot issue with back screen and raid rebuild. I was not happy with that, those disks were being thrashed, I must have done a dozen rebuilds by now.
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So having tried everything else, I gave up on the Raid boot option. It booted the Raid array, so I was back to where I was before.
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