I am planning to purchase NVMe hardware and I am planning to install FreeBSD on it (ZFS). My work is to try bhyve (linux, windows guests) and play with it.
I would like to know, whether this NVMe based devices are supported.
We have a problem regarding a missing kernel- / driver-module for switchtec PM8546 NVMe switch and NTP bridge.
Is anyone here who has ability to help us finishing the already started development work for the above listed task? This could not be finished because a external development company...
I'm running a server with 4xSAS raidz plus 1xNVMe SSD (SAMSUNG MZVLB512HAJQ). The NVMe drive is split in 3 parts:
# zpool status
scan: none requested
NAME STATE READ WRITE CKSUM
nvme ONLINE 0 0 0...
I am trying to build a system using two nodes and dualport NVMe with PLX switch.
It is necessary to set up a multipath, but there is little information and it is difficult.
Is there a way to set up multipath with the NVME controller of another node?
I think we need NTB,
There is not much...
I have a Ryzen 3600 and Gigabyte X470 Aorus Ultra Gaming motherboard with a Western Digital SN750 NVMe SSD I'm trying to install FreeBSD 12.1-RELEASE to. I've tried both UEFI and non-UEFI installs and I would get passed the boot loader, but I eventually get to the <mountroot> prompt with error...
I'm contemplating the idea of a replacement for my currently hosted 1U server. This server holds 4x 3.5" HDD and 1x 2.5" SSD, with this topology:
- first zpool ZRAID1 mirror 2x 1To + SSD L2ARC
- second zpool ZRAID1 mirror 2x 2To
My ideal next server would have 8x 2.5" SATA slots, and 1x...
I am working on embedded project based on freebsd.
It is looking into having a NVMe device.
I am newbie for freebsd. Based on the handbook, the Freebsd doesn't support the block layer as Linux does.
I am assuming the file system driver (example, ext2fs) will be able to mount with NVMe driver...
Currently FreeBSD has some bug with NVMe drives.
As I gather information about this issue, I'd like to share a comprehensive list of SSDs.
- Ones that reportedly work
Samsung 950 PRO
While using two different I/O generators, I'm seeing a huge performance difference. I'm hoping someone may know why. My guess is, the I/O path through the stack may be vastly different between the two tools.
Drive: PCIe HHHL, 3.2TB NVMe
Link: x4 PCIe 3.0
Driver: FreeBSD 10.3 nvme inbox