[arch-general] scsi_mod.use_blk_mq (revisited)
lonewolf at xs4all.nl
Fri May 11 10:37:46 UTC 2018
On 11-05-18 06:57, Randy DuCharme via arch-general wrote:
> Greetings again,
> I've been continuing to fool with this. I'm hoping someone smarter than I
> can shed a little more light on it. Here's what I've discovered since my
> last post.....
> It seems that on my system, it takes more than the allowed 10 seconds for
> the disks to appear. I removed "quiet" from my boot command line and it
> timed out looking for UUID=xxxx..... . So I looked for it and it
> definitely was not there. None of the sdXx devices were. I looked again,
> and yet again (ls /dev/sd*) and after about the 3rd or 4th attempt they
> showed up. So then, I mounted /dev/sdc3 to /new_root/, typed 'exit' and
> after a warning about possibly failing to run as a user instance, it booted.
> Any clues as to why this occurs? I'm trying to find a way to increase the
> pre-boot disk probe timer if possible. So far, all I've found are tips
> about speeding up the boot process, not slowing it down.
> Many thanks in advance.
In order for your drives to be detected the kernel modules needed by the
hardware must be loaded and active.
Your description matches a situation where some needed module is loaded
too late in the boot process.
Use lspci -k to determine which kernel modules are needed for your sata
/ raid controllers and add that one to the modules= line in
Incase it's unclear which module is needed, try the one that handles the
boot parameter (scsi_mod) .
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