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    FreeBSD 11.3 & 12.0 has broken SCSI & Networking on KVM/QEMU Q35 with OVMF

    Hi FreeBSDer's, I use FreeBSD VM's on my Ubuntu KVM / QVM Host and have recently experienced a number of issues when using 11.3 & 12.0 Releases and the SCSI disk and and Network drivers with 64-Bit Q35 VMs and OVMF (open virtual machine firmware - EFI for VM) firmware. I am posting here before...
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    USB mass storage devices slow to be detected

    I have recently setup FreeBSD 12.0-RELEASE on my HP Pavilion 15-p051us. Most of the hardware works correctly, however one major exception is USB, most specifically with mass storage devices. When I connect a mass storage device to my laptop (on either one of the two USB 3.0 ports or on the USB...
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    Serial SCSI (SAS)

    Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) has been around for a few years, but there hasn't been much news about them. There aren't that many consumer products out for it either. I believe a SAS interface can run both Serial SCSI and SATA harddisks through the same type of cable. However, a SATA interface is...
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    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...
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    ZFS Seagate ST10000NM0016 (10TB Enterprise) with LSI 9207-8i

    Hi, I have an issue with Seagate ST10000NM0016 drives sporadically refusing to work. 8 of them are attached to a 9207-8i controller and assembled in a RAIDZ2. At unpredictable intervals, drives throw errors like (da6:mps2:0:45:0): SYNCHRONIZE CACHE(10). CDB: 35 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00...
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    Why were "block devices" dropped?

    I am a relative noob to the storage world in general and FreeBSD in particular. OF what I have been learning of late, I have become somewhat familiar with such concepts like disk queuing, IOPs, latencies and the likes I am also reading the classic 'The design and implementation of the FreeBSD...
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