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    Devices under control of stornvme timeout and after reset don't recover

    I don't believe it is slower than an M.2 because it has 4 lanes versus the 2 on an M.2. The reason for selecting the device was simply raw capacity availability. I am dealing with the processing of images and want to stage multiple terabytes of data (2-3) on the device. Can't do that on an...
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    Devices under control of stornvme timeout and after reset don't recover

    BTW the platform I am using is a Gigabyte Designaire Rev-1 X-99 motherboard that is about 2 years old on the latest (F5C) BIOS. I have had a love/hate relationship with the Designaire but I do understand its capablilities. The Driver file is MIcrosoft's default 'stornvme' and is dated...
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    Devices under control of stornvme timeout and after reset don't recover

    No, not M2 :). That is the first thing everyone thinks of. The M8Pe(Y) is a PCIe NVMe device (just like any HBA) that plugs into a PCIe X4 Slot and takes commands over the bus, effectively an NVM extended memory device but much larger and more lanes than an M.2. Intel makes a similar device...
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    Devices under control of stornvme timeout and after reset don't recover

    I am running 3 Plextor NVMe M8Pe(Y) 4X devices 1TB in size configured as one volume using spanned devices. I am trying to offload the device to a rotating storage device. It runs anywhere from 1 hour to 6 hours and then I get stornvme into the picture to reset the device and at that point it...
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