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    FreeNAS 11.2 and SuperMicro X11SAE-O onboard SATA issues

    Hey all, to preface I'm a definite FreeBSD newb, but I've recently run into a very perplexing issue. My current hardware: - Xeon E3-1225 - SuperMicro X11SAE-O - 64GB Kingston KVR24E17D8/16 - LSI 9305-16i - Total of 21 drives in the following topology: - LSI: - 12x WD2002FFSX (two pools)...
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    AHCI Timeouts in Kernel Log

    Hello everyone, I have built myself two identical FreeNAS machines with the following hardware (I think the Delock 89384 is the issue here): Board: ASRock J4015M RAM: G.Skill Value 2400Mhz SATA-Controller: Delock 89384 with ASM1061 Chip HDDs: 6x 3000GB WD Red WD30EFRX Intellipower The...
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    bhyve - Linux VM w/ boot NVMe SSD - VirtIO vs AHCI

    Hello, I've been testing VirtIO vs AHCI disk device settings with the latest version of Debian. I noticed with VirtIO, TRIM was not detected, while it was with AHCI. And out of the box, TRIM is supported & enabled for my NVMe device. Question: if the FreeNAS host is handling TRIM, should I even...
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    System freezes occasionally. I/O error on SATA DOM?

    System specs: Build: FreeNAS-11.1-U4 Platform: Intel Xeon CPU D-1541 @ 2.1GHz RAM: 32627 MB Disks: 1 x SuperMicro 128 GB SATA DOM (boot and system) 2 x Seagate 10GB SATA HDDs (RAID1) 1 x 5100 PRO M.2 480GB SATA (for read cache) Problems started happening to me last month. I discovered my...
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    Would I benefit from AHCI sata mode (Supermicro X9SCM-F-O)

    Hi, I am happy to say that finally my FreeNas system is up and running. I was reading Uncle Fester's FreeNas configuration guide "Configuring the BIOS" section and in there Fester recommends putting the SATA controller in AHCI mode. Would this benefit my system? Can someone provide their...