That is truly odd but thank you for posting your solution. What’s new New posts New resources Latest activity. I can’t find an official manual for the “2” version with J6. It almost sounds like the card came with an incomplete flash or one that was slightly corrupt. For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. Email Required, but never shown. It seems like that shouldn’t be necessary.

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Really aoc-saslpmv8 as I have about 3TB of files waiting to be dumped to this drive. What is the white plug J6 for on this card? Forums New posts Search forums.

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Post as a guest Liinux. Would you recommend it, despite the problems you had? What files do I add to it and how do I accomplish the flash? Posted September 14, Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.

Have a linus at this “Sticky” post that you probably missed: I’m not sure how stable it runs. Download the firmware to a Windows PC, unzip the download and copy the 3 files it contains You must log in or register to reply here. Posted August 26, Joined Apr 10, Messages 8 Thanks 0.


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Start a post in the general support forum and provide a syslog so we know what errors you are talking about. Card BIOS sees the drive and can verify it. Could someone please walk me through putting the correct files [and which ones] on the USB and how to install them? It is odd that this would happen on a card that is fresh from the factory. I believe all you have to do is install the card connect the drives and boot your unRAID server.

At least lshw -c storage sees the controller, and fdisk -l sees the attached HDD now. Posted September 10, Any idea if the card is compatible out of the box on Ubuntu I am a little stumped as from what Aoc-sasl;-mv8 have seen and read about this card it should just work in unRAID.

I don’t know if it is significant but when you run mvf it reports the version of the ROM and the version of the firmware on any adapters it finds. Aoc-sasll-mv8 seems like that shouldn’t be necessary.


No issues with the hardware. But unRAID doesn’t show it at all. Posted August 27, Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.

[Solved] Supermicro AOC-SASLP-MV8 and 2TB+ Hard Disk

So it looks like my best bet is probably to go the IBM M route. Thread starter atob37 Start date Apr 9, Did all of you pull your SATA cables before flashing the firmware?

Resources Latest reviews Search resources. Register a new account. Joined Jul 1, Messages 3, Thanks The drivers can be downloaded from here: