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Hi,

First of all, thank you for your working.
I got two questions during follwing the "Cosmod OpenSSD Software User Guide".

First, Is it possible that there is no bad block during checking bad blocks? During trying to "3.1 Initial bad block marking" on the document, there is no message between "[!] Starting.." and "[+] Finished."

Second question, my host PC where the Cosmos is connected with external PCI cable doesn't recognize the PCIe device. I can't see the message "Memory controller: Xilinx Corporation Device 0505" after lspci command. All procedures are successful before "4.1 Install Linux device driver" in the document. What should I do to recognize the device?

Thank you.

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We released Greedy FTL v1.1.0 and later where the initial bad block marking is not needed.
Also, the "Cosmod OpenSSD Software User Guide" is replaced with Demo Guide v1.0.

Please refer to the following document.
http://166.104.36.35:10080/Cosmos_OpenSSD/documents/tutorial/Demo%20Guide%20v1.0.pdf

Thanks.

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Any solution for the second question?
I also have an issue when I try to recognize the Cosmos board from the host PC (i.e. lspci can't catch this device)

Thank you.
Edited On 12:31:24 AM - Wed, Jul 15th 2015 by Mdreamer

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The second issue has been solved.
There was an issue in my machine. Now, the Cosmos board is well recognized in the host machine.
Thank you.

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I'm having the same issue: my host PC does not recognize the PCIe device. Could you tell me how you fixed the problem? If you used a different machine, could you tell me what Motherboard/CPU worked?
Thanks!


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