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The hardware is: Asus X99 Deluxe II Samsung 950 Pro NVMe in the M2. Nothing else is plugged into PCIe port 3. I do not find the string “8086:6f08” in journalctl or anywhere else I have thought to search so far. PCIe: Is your card silently struggling with TLP retransmits?
I can give at least a few details, even though I cannot fully explain what happens. The hardware detects when there are faulty ones, and the Linux kernel reports that as messages. Memory-Mapped PCI Configuration Space, which is available in Linux since kernel 2. O ports, while PCIe allows this space to be mapped to memory for simpler access. That means in this particular case, something goes wrong when the PCIe controller uses this method to access the configuraton space of a particular device.
It may be a hardware bug in the device, in the PCIe root controller on the motherboard, in the specific interaction of those two, or something else. So if you want, it’s both resolving and suppressing it. Can I know if it is my motherboard problem? PCIe controller of the device, or their interaction. Yes, changing the motherboard for one with different hardware usually gets rid of it. I changed from asus e-ws to asus deluxe, but problem still persists. That’s why i suspect it is the cpu.
Or is it because both are X99 chipset? 2675516: If the chipset is the same, esp. PCIe controller, then changing the motherboard of course won’t help. That’s why I wrote “motherboard with different hardware”.
Therefore, I’m assume the issue is motherboard-related. It happens on all my X99 motherboard-equipped computers. It does not happen on Z170 systems or any other hardware I own. Hi I am also facing this problem. Can I know what pci-nommconf do? Is it just suppressing the problem or resolving the problem?
It is asus z170i pro gaming. I changed the PCIE16_3 slot Config in Bios on my x99-E to be static set to x8 mode instead of auto that is default for M. I did not use port 16_3 first, moved to that slot to test but still had issues before change in bios. I have X99 Deluxe II, Samsung 960 pro, Nvidia 1080 ti. These problems seem to be associated with X99 chipset and M. The X99 Deluxe II motherboard shares bandwidth between PCIE16_3 slot and M. 2_2 Bandwidth from Auto to U.