Do you think how soon that someone will look into the support ticket and perform the compilation, and whether it will be in time for the stable version of 9. Or do I have to recompile the kernel? If you do compile it to a. Forums New posts Search forums. I had to recompile FreeNAS without that driver so I could inject my own without the driver “already existing”. Is there any guidance for building FreeNAS 9.
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AOC-STGN-i2S Intel 82599ES 10GbE not detected
You can link it to here. I haven’t tried to compile FreeNAS in quite some time, but that guide really is an “idiots guide”.
Keep in mind those instructions may not be up to date, so you may be unwittingly doing something wrong. True However the NIC is still cannot be detected.
What else can I do? I guess Intel’s website is a little slow.
Yes, it seems that there is an existing ixgbe driver, which might be an aoc-shgn-i2s version of the driver which cannot detect my 10G NIC, inside the kernel. I can upload the file here or send to you if needed. If you do compile it to a. We’ll just have to wait and see.
However its not trivial to do, especially to someone that has never done it before. Aoc-wtgn-i2s could be that your version was removed because it was broken or something. Resources Latest reviews Search resources. Joined Mar 25, Messages 19, Thanks 1, I’m not sure how to fix that easily.
I have tried to: But is there a way for me to copy the compiled driver into the FreeNAS system, considering that the filesystem is read-only? I mean, it’s confirmed that it’s not technically possible for a user like me to compile the driver myself and load it to the existing setup that I have existing 8.
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I tried to follow the instruction, but after running the svn, I noticed that the guidance is for building FreeNAS 8. That sounds like there is an ixgbe driver already loading by the FreeNAS kernel liunx yours won’t load. Indra Pramana Jul 30, Is it confirmed that this is something that only FreeNAS team can do?
How did you recompile the FreeNAS kernel? Sat Apr 6 Joined Jul 30, Messages 9 Thanks 0. I used the guide that starts at http: I got the file: Indra Pramana Jul 31, Below is the pciconf -lv output: Hi cyberjock, Good day to you, and thank you for your reply. However, the 10G NICs are still not being detected! There’s no liunx for it not to unless you recompiled it wrong somehow.
Took something like 6 hours to compile on my dual processor Xeon machine. Any idea on when will 9. I’d include that tar. Without a list of the changes and such, I’d just stick with the download from the Intel website.