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CentOS The Community ENTerprise Operating System Skip to content Search Advanced search Quick links Unanswered posts Active topics Search The team FAQ Login Register Board index CentOS 5 CentOS 5 Top tripialos Posts: 30 Joined: 2012/04/03 11:06:46 Re: very weird situation with SSD drives Quote Postby tripialos » 2013/06/21 07:13:00 just 5 min ago i tried to delete some files from I have about 10 machines and some of them are working without any issue and some of them spit the errors previously mentioned. All SATA drives perform miles better with AHCI on and will appear as /dev/sd[a-z].

Top TrevorH Forum Moderator Posts: 16841 Joined: 2009/09/24 10:40:56 Location: Brighton, UK Re: very weird situation with SSD drives Quote Postby TrevorH » 2013/06/20 19:46:08 If your drives are being seen Indeed once i did that the ?hdparm ?t /dev/hda? to the end of line ?kernel/vmlinuz-xxx??. I decided to delete all files from the relevant partition and copy them back but when i deleted the files i then received the following error:Code: Select all
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All SATA drives perform miles better with AHCI on and will appear as /dev/sd[a-z]. I take another machine which is exactly same hardware (SSD + MOBO) and it gets messy.I install the whole thing on a different MOBO (Alix) with same SSD and works ok. I then make another machine with same model mobo (Alix) and then again gets messy.Could it be any sort of KERNEL-SSD CONTROLLER issue?Are there any logs or stats that i might Top tripialos Posts: 30 Joined: 2012/04/03 11:06:46 Re: very weird situation with SSD drives Quote Postby tripialos » 2013/06/21 06:44:23 I hope you are not trying to mount those ext3 partitions

Configure drbd cryptsetup e.t.c and all works fine. The partition is mounted by the machine it resides, say machine1. This is especially true of SSD drives. I image the drive.

This is especially true of SSD drives.Unfortunately my the mobo i am using (openvox IPC110c) does not have any AHCI option in the BIOS. What logic did you think and made that move?".. I contacted the vendor of the MOBO and he told me to do the below:Code: Select all Edit file /boot/grub/grub.conf and add parameters ?all-generic-ide pci=nommconf? be honest i wasnt shure....it as just a speculation for me ...which worked Top Display posts from previous: All posts1 day7 days2 weeks1 month3 months6 months1 year Sort by AuthorPost timeSubject

I changed the mobo (from OpenVox to Alix) and imaged the SSD disk from a backup image i had which was specifically for Alix 2D13.All was working well until i made Top tripialos Posts: 30 Joined: 2012/04/03 11:06:46 Re: very weird situation with SSD drives Quote Postby tripialos » 2013/08/02 16:54:23 The issue have disapeared since i started to use LVMs . Top gerald_clark Posts: 10595 Joined: 2005/08/05 15:19:54 Location: Northern Illinois, USA very weird situation with SSD drives Quote Postby gerald_clark » 2013/06/20 16:34:25 I hope you are not trying to mount return speed of 204M where before was 6M!The whole thing it really does not make sense.

No more inodes error or scrumbled data. However, could anyone have any logical explenation to this?Why when creating a standar ext3 dos partion, encryptes with LUKS and the use it as drbd block device you get such problems The way i did it was with 30GB SSD drives where each disk of each system is:hda---------hda1=/boot-------hda2=/-------hda3= cryptsetup partition -> drbdMOBOS:a) OpenVox IPC110cb) Alix 2D13the hda3 partition is automatically unlocked on And the second machine mounts its on hda3 prtition and then then machine1 and machine2 sync the hda3 partitions with drbd via ethernet.If your drives are being seen as /dev/hda* then