1. decuser

    Solved Sas card and mem

    I recently installed a SAS controller (LSI-9207-8i pcie) into my new to me Lenovo Thincentre m92p. While doing so, I experienced 3 long and one short beeps from the POST. That’s supposedly a mem issue. I had 32 GB installed, so I removed one 8GB stick and the machine booted fine... with 24 GB...
  2. D

    HP Smart Array P212 not recognizing SAS LTO drive

    Hi fellow FreeBSDers, I am trying to use an external LTO-4 tape drive, connected to a HP Smart Array P212 HBA via external SAS cable. HBA bios initialization is showing a detected drive without any issues. I can see the drive when using Windows, run diagnostics via Quantum software, etc...
  3. R

    Other Curious SCSI error while zero'ing hard disk

    I've re-purposed an old HP X1600 storage server to be used as an archive file server. It has an HP SmartArray P420 in HBA mode and a 12 drive SAS backplane. The drives are 1 TB Western Digital RAID edition disks. As part of making this server suitable again I've started zero'ing all the hard...
  4. K

    ZFS FreeBSD 10.3 ZFS SAS errors on boot

    Specs OS: FreeBSD 10.3 FS: ZFS SAS HBA: LSI 9201-16e SAS HBA FW/DRIVER: P19 DISK ENCLOSURE: Supermicro SC847E16-RJBOD1 CAPACITY-DISKS: Seagate ST6000NM024 6TB FAST-DISKS: Samsung 850 Pro MZ-7KE1TOBW 1TB Hey All, I'm having an issue with my FreeBSD build for our homebrew NAS solution here at...
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    Problem with hard disk

    Hello,who can explain what is meaning "Non-medium error" in this output. I think my hard disks have some problems. Disk1 root@nshost2:/home/david # smartctl -a -d cciss,0 /dev/ciss0 smartctl 6.5 2016-05-07 r4318 [FreeBSD 10.3-RELEASE-p4 amd64] (local build) Copyright (C) 2002-16, Bruce Allen...
  6. smj

    Fujitsu D2607 (SAS2008) flashed to IT & 4 ports working under 10.2

    tl;dr - Works, but only four ports / one SFF-8087 connector currently recognized I recently picked up a used/refurb Fujitsu D2607-A11 SAS HBA to go in a "new" server build, and didn't find many posts about successfully flashing the LSI IT firmware to that card, let alone using it with FreeBSD...