** Changed in: linux (Ubuntu)
       Status: Confirmed => Incomplete

** Changed in: xubuntu-meta (Ubuntu)
       Status: Confirmed => Invalid

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  Ubuntu VM is not detecting the disks connected to Availa beach
  (LSI/Avago)  in Pass Thru mode

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Status in xubuntu-meta package in Ubuntu:

Bug description:
  Below is my setup details:
  C240 M4 24HDD server with AVB card (FW 24.12.1-0048) and Boot SSDs.
  Installed ESXi 6.0U1b in the boot SSD in AHCI mode.
  Updated the latest ESXi Native driver on this. (VMWare-Native-6.610.17.00)
  Created a VM and Installed Ubuntu 14.04.04.
  AVB card has one RAID1 VD, one JBOD and all other UG drives.
  Assigned the AVB controller as a Pass thorugh to ESXi host.
  Added AVB controller as a Pass through device to the Ubuntu VM.
  Updated the /etc/vmware/passthru.map file with the device ID and vendor ID of 
AVB card.
  Updated the Ubuntu VM with the latest MR driver 06.810

  I want to run some IOs to the disks connected to the AVB card from Ubuntu VM. 
But I am unable to see the disks from the VM.
  I am seeing so many call traces in the console related to megaraid_sas and 
see the attached screenshots of the same.

  Avago is able to reproduce the issue in their lab and see the attached
  email thread on this discussion.

  Note : The same scenario is working fine with Ubuntu 12.x series
  VM's.This issue is occurring both Ubuntu 14.x.x and 16.x.x series
  guest operating systems.

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