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AndrewOne72
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write error: Input/output error on SSD

Hi all,

  I just installed ESXi 7.0 U3 on my Supermicro H8SGL motherboard and it works pretty well with spinning disks, but not with a Samsung SSD of 256 GB. All HDD are attached to the motherboard SATA controller and under Debian they work fine.

I'm wondering if there is a way to disable SSD, but for attached storage I was not able to find the right procedure.

esxcli storage core device list

t10.ATA_____Samsung_SSD_860_EVO_250GB_______________S3YJNB0K180746M_____
Display Name: Local ATA Disk (t10.ATA_____Samsung_SSD_860_EVO_250GB_______________S3YJNB0K180746M_____)
Has Settable Display Name: false
Size: 238475
Device Type: Direct-Access
Multipath Plugin: HPP
Devfs Path: /vmfs/devices/disks/t10.ATA_____Samsung_SSD_860_EVO_250GB_______________S3YJNB0K180746M_____
Vendor: ATA
Model: Samsung SSD 860
Revision: 1B6Q
SCSI Level: 5
Is Pseudo: false
Status: on
Is RDM Capable: false
Is Local: true
Is Removable: false
Is SSD: true
Is VVOL PE: false
Is Offline: false
Is Perennially Reserved: false
Queue Full Sample Size: 0
Queue Full Threshold: 0
Thin Provisioning Status: yes
Attached Filters:
VAAI Status: unsupported
Other UIDs: vml.01000000005333594a4e42304b3138303734364d202020202053616d73756e
Is Shared Clusterwide: false
Is SAS: false
Is USB: false
Is Boot Device: false
Device Max Queue Depth: 31
No of outstanding IOs with competing worlds: 31
Drive Type: unknown
RAID Level: unknown
Number of Physical Drives: unknown
Protection Enabled: false
PI Activated: false
PI Type: 0
PI Protection Mask: NO PROTECTION
Supported Guard Types: NO GUARD SUPPORT
DIX Enabled: false
DIX Guard Type: NO GUARD SUPPORT
Emulated DIX/DIF Enabled: false

Thanks and kind regards, Andrea

 

 

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