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What's the real goal here? If you're just trying to get a pair of disks separate from the main drive array, why not use a PCIe SSD? Otherwise, you're butchering perfectly good and serviceable equipment and increasing the risk profile of the system by making bad modifications. The other approach to get a system drive or space out of an HP Smart Array is to ...
What you server experiences is basically a SATA renegotiation at a lower link speed after some problem communicating with the drives. These factors can be at work here (ordered by probability) very high-latency IOPS operations (eg: caused by SSD controller's garbage collection) resulting in SATA command timeout. Do your drive supports SATA Trim command? ...
According to Supermicro Support the board is defect: Qoute: This board may need ECO 16238 update.
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