supermicro sat2-mv8 sata raid card driver in Freebsd 9.0
dk-sk at skynet.be
Tue Oct 23 13:31:12 UTC 2012
the driver for the supermicro sat2-mv8 card (88sx61xx chip) is in the
kernel (mvs.ko module) indeed.
But the kernel keeps loading the wrong driver (hptrr.ko) : even when I
escape to the loaderprompt before booting the kernel and give the
command "unload hptrr.ko" or "disable-module hptrr" , the command
"pciconf" -lv still shows the hptrr driver attached to the sat2-mv8 card
(hptrr at pci0:3:1:0) when the system is booted from the boot CD.
So how can I resolve this problem without editing the iso-image of the
boot CD or DVD and getting rid of the hptrr.ko module ?
On 10/22/12 16:47, Mark wrote:
> The driver is in the kernel.
> See if this will help.
> People sleep peaceably in their beds at night only because rough men stand ready to do violence on their behalf.
> George Orwell
> --- On Mon, 10/22/12, ds<dk-sk at skynet.be> wrote:
>> From: ds<dk-sk at skynet.be>
>> Subject: supermicro sat2-mv8 sata raid card driver
>> To: freebsd-questions at freebsd.org
>> Cc: dk-sk at skynet.be
>> Date: Monday, October 22, 2012, 9:14 AM
>> are there any plans to provide a driver for the supermicro
>> sat2-mv8 (8-port) sata raid card ?
>> Kind regards,
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