I think it would be better to stick with Intel’s officially released driver. Below is the pciconf -lv output: Understood, I agree with your suggestion. 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. But you never know, someone could get bored and take care of it. Appreciate if you can guide me on how to recompile the kernel. Sat Apr 6
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We’ll just have to wait and see.
What else can I do? True However the NIC is still cannot be detected.
I mean, it’s confirmed that it’s not technically possible for a user like linus to compile the driver myself and load it to the existing setup that I have existing 8. I haven’t tried to compile FreeNAS in quite some time, but that guide really is an “idiots guide”.
Let us just stick with the download from the Intel website. Hi cyberjock, Good day to you, and thank you for your e-mail.
SuperMicro AOC-STGN-i2S Intel ES Dual SFP+ 10Gbps
Put a ticket in at support. I know how I fixed it months ago when I was playing with drivers Not too sure whether it’ll work.
I’ll provide the link in a few minutes. Is it confirmed that this is something that only FreeNAS team can do?
Do aoc-stgnn-i2s 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. Part 2 – http: Aoc-sttn-i2s you do compile it to a.
AOC-STGN-i2S Intel 82599ES 10GbE not detected
And many thanks for your help in creating the support ticket, greatly appreciated. Indra Pramana Aug 4, Indra Pramana Jul 30, This is one of those times that you could have done it yourself if you had the experience. I used the guide that starts at http: Joined Jul 30, Messages 9 Thanks 0. I think it would be better to stick with Intel’s officially released driver. I tried to follow the instruction, but after running the svn, I noticed that the guidance is for building FreeNAS 8.
It’s totally possible for you to compile the driver yourself. Is there any guidance for building FreeNAS 9. I tried to copy the file to one of the ZFS volume which I have write access but I am still not able to compile because it require kernel source to compile.
I’m somewhat in that boat, and I’d love a step-by-step guide for compiling FreeNAS from scratch, how to make and test changes apc-stgn-i2s example Joined Mar 25, Messages 19, Thanks 1, I know I could provide stuff especially driver updates for the FreeNAS project, but as I’m clueless and I don’t have the know-how to identify what I should do from what I shouldn’t, how to identify that an error really means something bad vice something to ignore ljnux example.
Yes, it linx that there is an existing ixgbe driver, which might be an earlier version of the driver which cannot detect my 10G NIC, inside the kernel. Was shocked at apc-stgn-i2s long it took. Do keep in mind that each time FreeNAS is updated you would have to recompile the drivers for the new FreeBSD version, any upgrade will overwrite the old files, etc.
Resources Latest reviews Search resources. The latest driver version seems to be 2.