Here is a log output. They show that this operation is being performed on the first devices request queue. There is a bug that if I enable two or more hard disks on the computer, only the first one gets the partitions looked over and identified. One day, it was ok, disks displayed a “recovery mode complete” after boot successfull. So back to my original question. So you will see slot 2 in this log because the first device has already been connected and mounted.

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I updated then the 4th machine having all the usualproblems but this time I didn’t succeeded in solving.

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I have contacted MS multiple times and have received no response. Also, I think the request queue is indicated by the output dpcd1 near the very end of the line. Windows 8 64 bit NDAS with wired network: Hi, has anybody a solution for this problem?

In the code above is the following: It is also 0. Here is the code section: In reply to riehmc’s post on August 23, The crash message is about lpx6x. The T14 contains a maH battery gendism ranges below the 5 hour Ultra requirement.


TomReble Replied on September 1, How can I recursively find all files in current and subfolders based on wildcard matching?

Though it does not actually answer gendiak question of how to identify the device request queue. So hda1 gets a blkid xyz as soon as it mounts.

And the log output after the stack dump shows it is from slot 1. Then came Windows 7 and I got problems with crashing at boot during many months with the 3. My desktop connection is not a wifi jdas.

The driver is now about to begin scanning the hard drive for existing partitions. An un-educated guess might be:. It booted ok one on four times approx. Did the startech ethernet cable adapter solve the problem?

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Our answer was found in device identification where a model number was contained within the hardware ID of the caching SSD. I hope this is enough background information.

Here is a log output. So back to my original question. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. I have added some comments to help understand what is happening and where the bad call seems to come up.


So I think I found the nsas where the driver is messing up. The keyboard, albeit not back-lit, is very spacious with shallow island style keys that are relatively quite to the touch.

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Can I find the request queue somewhere and make sure it is incremented or unique for each new device or does the Linux gebdisk only use one queue for each Major number? This site in other languages x. There is a bug that if I enable two or more hard disks on the computer, only the first one gets the partitions looked over and identified. I share the solution to the bug that led me to gendixk this question. This returned the disk, but not the proper value for various operations later on.

On a side note, however, we might have chosen a 6 Gbps SSD rather than the XM13 3Gbps drive and we also would have switched data connections.

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