[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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