I have connect a hard disk with eSATA, but I’cant find the dev by “fdisk -l”. Whether the hard disk needed external power? What should I do?
Hi, it is hybrid connector on Xavier with USB2.0 + USB3.0 + eSATA, type A, which is as this https://sites.google.com/site/displayports/home/esatap/esata_pins.jpg?attredirects=0, is your cable pin-out compatible to it?
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Which kind of SATA device are you testing with? There should be a external power supply for SATA HDD of PC.
I have connect the SATA device with eSATA port and external power. But, when run “sudo fdisk -l”, the process dead,and it’s state is ‘D’(TASK_UNINTERRUPTIBLE). The SATA device is DOS format, after changed to GPT format, fdisk run successed. Then I do disk partition and success. But then, “fdisk -l” and “mount /dev/sda1 /data” run failed, and it’s state is ‘D’(TASK_UNINTERRUPTIBLE)! Why? The SATA device is 4TB, Seagat.
You’ll want to use “gdisk” instead of “fdisk” since it is a GPT partition scheme. The TASK_UNINTERRUPTIBLE might imply some sort of sleep state or low power mode (I don’t know what is in the driver so I couldn’t say).
Does your DevKit have part670-82972-0001-POR as part numbers?
Have you clarified the cause and resolved the problem?
If not, please help to confirm whether your DevKit have part670-82972-0001-POR as part numbers?
Then we could provide further assistance.