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Re: Areca SAS controllers (was: NetBSD on current AMD motherboards)

On Jun 10,  9:36am, =?iso-8859-1?Q?Edgar_Fu=DF?= wrote:
} > Areca is one decent choice.
} Thanks. But which Areca controllers are supported by NetBSD?
} I can find lots of their PCI IDs in dev/pci/arcmsr.c, bu I fail to map
} product names (e.g. ARC-1320-8i) to PCI IDs.

     I'm using:

arcmsr0 at pci1 dev 0 function 0
arcmsr0: interrupting at ioapic1 pin 0, event channel 5
arcmsr0: Areca ARC-1680 Host Adapter RAID controller
arcmsr0: 8 ports, 2048MB SDRAM, firmware <V1.49 2010-12-02>

004:00:0: Areca ARC-1680 (RAID mass storage)
004:00:0: 0x168017d3 (0x01040000)
     (VendID = 17d3, ProdID = 1680)

It works fine for accessing disks, but management and monitoring (i.e.
bioctl) doesn't work.

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