Does CentOS 7 support the following device - INTEL SSD 750 SERIES

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AntonM
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Does CentOS 7 support the following device - INTEL SSD 750 SERIES

Post by AntonM » 2018/06/20 15:29:04

Hello,

Folks could you please clarify does the CentOS 7 support of the following disk: Intel SSD 750 SERIES?

If yes, what version of CentOS 7.X I need to use to detect this hard disk?

Thank you!

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Re: Does CentOS 7 support the following device - INTEL SSD 750 SERIES

Post by TrevorH » 2018/06/20 15:33:57

That's an NVMe device? There are known problems with Intel 600p SSDs due to the firmware in use - the answer for those is to update to the latest firmware before you attempt to use them.
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Re: Does CentOS 7 support the following device - INTEL SSD 750 SERIES

Post by AntonM » 2018/06/22 14:14:49

Hello,

Yes, this is NVMe device. But if this SSD 750 SERIES I believe it should work fine.

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Re: Does CentOS 7 support the following device - INTEL SSD 750 SERIES

Post by tomkep » 2018/06/26 20:51:16

I've put one 760p into CentOS 7.5 system two days ago and it seems to work. It however causes TONS of AER messages in dmesg (adding pci=noaer to kernel command line gets rid of those).

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