Eventually I discovered that ESXi was detecting the controller but not the drives connected to it. You can either do this prior to booting ESXi or after. Marcel, I will update this blog post with every new version. While it is possible to modify oem. Hello Andreas Thanks for your reply.
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Anonymous November 5, at You don’t need an ESXi driver for passthrough devices. Andreas Peetz January 9, at 1: Andreas Peetz February 20, at 8: The host controller is Is you SSD attached to one of these controllers or do you have another disk controller that is not listed? This controller is supported out-of-the-box and should not need the sata-xahci package!?
Can anyone recommend a low-cost SATA add-on card that doesn’t suffer from this issue? You may find instructions about how to modify the package yourself and the tools for it at the ESXi5 Community Packaging Tools project page. Unfortulately I have planned ic9hr use VT-D While it is possible to modify oem.
Giovanni Lovato February 7, at 5: Hi Andreas, Could you add support for Andreas Peetz November 13, at 7: I can see the sata-sah file becomes loaded but no response from the tested harddisk connected to to 1 of the 6gb sata interface My marvell shows: Maurice November 30, at 2: Hi Svetlin, sorry, I have no idea. What do you suggest, how can we resolve this driver problem under latest ESXi 5.
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If this does not work then I cannot really help further, sorry. This one is already in version 1. Anonymous November 16, at 7: Andreas Peetz November 5, at 9: Tim Arbour March 14, at 3: You would need to modify this copy for ESXi to boot using it after the installation has been completed. It doesn’t use the driver resp.
You’ve made my year! I do have this same problem.
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Giovanni Lovato February 7, at 9: The hostname is case insensitive. Please read my entire post again, especially the first item of the section “Read before commenting” Use the ls command to show the contents of the root directory in ESXi.
Gutharius February 20, at 7: Anonymous December 12, at 4: Interestingly, the previous settings were all retained as if the installer read the old disk and included the drivers for the GA-Z87 motherboard. Hi Alex, this one is already supported out-of-the-box, and your output shows that the controller was already configured as [vmhba0]. Anonymous January 16, at ivh9r