[PC-BSD Testing] usb drive not be able to mount

Kris Moore kris at pcbsd.org
Mon Dec 2 11:23:01 PST 2013

On 12/01/2013 12:12, Hans Ruhe wrote:
> Hello Kris and team,
> I think that the issue lies with the intel chipset or something.
> Everytime again, I get this error.
> Next system will be an AMD based system, the new FM2+ socket boards
> are very promissing as well as the processor that comes with it, it
> handles the memory directly instead via via. 
> Also AMD has a much better SATA implementation, SATA 600 has been
> around for a few years now, and now as I have this Haswell board
> finally Intel supports SATA 600 on all the connectors. 
> Here is the reasaon why my Seagate usb drive could not be mounted (see
> deamonlog) and I included a systemlog as well.
> Hopefully you can solve the issue. 
> Best regards,
> Hans

So, the USB disk doesn't even show up with a /dev/da* device name? I see
that it is trying to use XHCI, USB 3.0? We may need to send this over to
one of the FreeBSD USB folks, see what the error may be.

Kris Moore
PC-BSD Software

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