Changes between Version 20 and Version 21 of sata


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Timestamp:
07/27/2022 07:11:34 PM (2 months ago)
Author:
Ryan Erbstoesser
Comment:

remove laguna. show newport speed test

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    3436[=#newport]
    35 == Newport ==
     37=== Newport
    3638Many of the Gateworks Newport boards support mSATA. Because mSATA routes SATA signals to a miniPCIe socket, these boards use a software controllable mux to decide if mSATA or PCIe should be routed to a specific miniPCI socket on the board. The bootloader 'hwconfig' command (see [wiki:/newport/bootloader#hwconfig here]) is used to configure this mux at boot time because if PCI is desired, the bus is enumerated only once at boot time.
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    5658 * 4KB native mode (4Kn) support
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     60==== Newport Performance Speed Test
     61
     62An actual speed test on a Newport GW6204 with Ubuntu Focal (5.10 kernel) yielded around 230MB/s for a Kingston MS200 drive. See below example:
     63{{{
     64root@focal-newport:~# dd if=/dev/sda1 of=/dev/null bs=1M count=500 iflag=nocache
     65500+0 records in
     66500+0 records out
     67524288000 bytes (524 MB, 500 MiB) copied, 2.26782 s, 231 MB/s
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     69}}}
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    5972[=#ventana]
    60 == Ventana ==
     73=== Ventana
     74
    6175'''Note - mSATA requires a quad-core processor on Ventana'''
    6276* [http://www.gateworks.com/imx6-single-board-computer-gateworks-ventana-family Ventana product page]
     
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    102 === Ventana Software ===
     116==== Ventana Software
    103117 * '''Note''' - '''' Please see the bootloader for configuring mSATA [wiki:ventana/bootloader#HardwareConfigurationhwconfig]''
    104118 * If configured correctly device will show up most likely as a device {{{/dev/sdX}}} in the operating system , etc (sdb,sdc,sdd,sde) (where sd stands for storage device and a is an identifier)
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    106 === Ventana mSATA Performance ===
    107 See the following link for some read/write performance numbers for mSATA SSD drives on Ventana:
     120==== Ventana mSATA Performance
     121See the following link for some read/write performance (speed test) numbers for mSATA SSD drives on Ventana:
    108122[wiki:boot_speed#StorageDevicePerformancenocodechanges]
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    111 [=#laguna]
    112 == Laguna ==
    113 Laguna has support for SATA on the GW2388 [http://www.gateworks.com/product/item/laguna-gw2388-4-network-processor]
    114  * SATA Serial ATA 2.6 port
    115  * The GW2388 includes a SATA factory ordering option. This option adds a Serial ATA data connector for supporting SATA 1.5Gbps Generation 1 and 3Gbps Generation 2 speeds. The SATA port is compliant with Serial ATA 2.6 and AHCI 1.1.
    116  * Please consult the user manual for more information [http://www.gateworks.com/product/item/laguna-gw2388-4-network-processor]
     125= NVME
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     127(Suggested for Venice SBCs)
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    119 === Laguna Software ===
    120  * If configured correctly device will show up most likely as a device {{{/dev/sdX}}} in the operating system , etc (sdb,sdc,sdd,sde) (where sd stands for storage device and a is an identifier)
    121 
     129Gateworks can support M.2 M-Key NVME drives via the GW16148 adapter card. More information is available [wiki:nvme NVME Wiki Page]
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    123131= PCIe based Storage =
     
    132140[[Image(http://www.supertalent.com/largeImage/6_104_10084.jpg,200px)]]
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    134 = NVME
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    136 Gateworks can support M.2 M-Key NVME drives via the GW16148 adapter card. More information is available [wiki:nvme NVME Wiki Page]
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    138144= Setting up a New Disk / mSATA