[SOLVED] AER: reports flooding console

Nov 21, 2022
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Proxmox Virtual Environment 8.0.3

ASUS Pro WS WRX80E-SAGE SE
AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO 5975WX 32-Cores
512GB ECC Registered

I have 12 1TB NVME 4 each in 3 Asus Hyper M.2 carrier cards running in at PCIE4

I have narrowed it down to the the NVME drive, replaced it with new, still same thing, replaced with new carrier board, still same thing, replaced with another WS WRX80E-SAGE SE same thing.

I keep trying to find what all this means but only find post with critical errors and such

Is there a place I can look up aer_status codes are? like what does 0x00000001 mean ect.


Thanks for any help!
 

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Try downgrading to PCIe 3.0 speeds. It wouldn't be unusual for consumer-grade SSD drives to have issues when running faster than that, even if they are officially advertised for higher speeds. Also, a quick web search suggests that the carrier is only meant for PCIe 3.0 anyway. But then, that's hard to tell from just reading the marketing material.
 
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Sigh.... that did the trick.... The carrier boards state pcie4 and so do the FireCuda 530s but it not like I was hitting those speeds anyways

Thank you so much!
 
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