On Thursday 05 March 2009 15:25:35 Christopher Key wrote:
> I'm looking to substantially expand the storage on my FreeBSD 6.3 home
> media server. With regards hardware, the simplest way to attach large
> numbers of drives seem to be to use SATA port multipliers, but I've been
> unable to find any consensus on their level of support in FreeBSD. I'm
> currently looking at a RocketRAID 2314 and SiI3726 based port
> multipliers. Has any had any experience with this combination?
The Sil3726 works very well if you run a recent enough version of FreeBSD. We
use the device in a custom storage appliance. I don't know the RocketRAID
2314 though. You need a SATA 2.0 controller for Port Multipliers to work.
FreeBSD has (experimental) support for Port Multipliers since the following
On Thursday 10 April 2008 15:05:05 Søren Schmidt wrote:
> sos 2008-04-10 13:05:05 UTC
> FreeBSD src repository
> Add experimental support for SATA Port Multipliers
> Support is working on the Silicon Image SiI3124/3132.
> Support is working on some AHCI chips but far from all.
> Remember this is WIP, so test reports and (constructive) suggestions are
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