SOLVED 11.0-U4 to 11.1 -SOLVED - USER ERROR

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superderp

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Hi,

I've got a problem that was present in 11.1-RC1, and seems to have made it to the release.

When the kernel boots, it goes to enumerate all the hard drives attached to my LSI 9200-8e HBA's (2308 chipset?) with the v20 driver on both, and it fails waiting for info while its supposed to be spinning up?

https://www.dropbox.com/s/08n8f35ppan9aua/Screenshot 2017-12-14 06.46.55.png?raw=1

Those are some of the errors I get while I wait for the devices to walk. I set hw.mps.0.use_phy_num=0 to tell the driver to not map drives based on their PHY and that may have fixed some of the errors?

After a long time waiting for system to boot after the use_phy_num change in loader.conf this info appears:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/f8f62228pogp9lc/Screenshot 2017-12-14 06.52.53.png?raw=1

If nobody knows an instant fix, my next step is to enable debugging in the driver via loader.conf and report back anything interesting?

THIS PROBLEM DOES NOT OCCUR WHEN I BOOT THE 11.0-U4 KERNEL/USERLAND/BOOT ENVIRONMENT. EVERYTHING WORKS PERFECTLY LIKE IT ALWAYS HAS.

Below is a kernel log from a finished boot, under 11.1, where it failed to detect the drives, and was unable to import any pool. log file is too large to hide in this post, using gist.

https://gist.github.com/thisisnotmyrealname/8ff11d2a96561b187180df7f99e01feb

Thanks.
 
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Please create a report at bugs.freenas.org and post the issue number here. Include a debug in your report (System -> Advanced -> Save Debug) which will hide the ticket from others until the dev has a chance to review it.
 

superderp

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More info, boot from system after setting debug level on controller 0 to 0x01 and on controller 1 its set to 0x04.

So far
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still waiting after 240 seconds, lol

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Hopefully mps1 gives better errors while its working.
 

superderp

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Please create a report at bugs.freenas.org and post the issue number here. Include a debug in your report (System -> Advanced -> Save Debug) which will hide the ticket from others until the dev has a chance to review it.
Hey just saw what you posted now. Thank you. I will wait for it to finish booting, and then do what you asked in the UI.
 

superderp

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#27237

Now I wait in line. Thanks. I'm hoping theres an easy fix or that I missed something. I don't know.
 

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superderp

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I spent more time troubleshooting the error. I discovered I had changed something without documenting the change.

Further troubleshooting corrected an underlying hardware issue I had created. This problem I had with 11.1 is gone.

Updated bug, please delete, will mark as answered.
 
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