[nvmewin] Is NVMe Generic Devices supported?

Iuliu Rus iuliur at google.com
Fri Dec 18 11:29:43 PST 2015

Last time this happened to us it was because the device was responding with
an IdentifyController structure which had no firmware_revision field and
the fields were padded with zeroes instead of spaces. Does your device get
any commands on the admin queue from windows?

On Fri, Dec 18, 2015 at 11:10 AM, Angelo Brito <asb at cin.ufpe.br> wrote:

> Hello All,
> I have a generic NVMe device that works perfectly on Linux but does
> not work on Windows. The device is recognized as a Default NVMe
> Controller with Microsoft as vendor but issue an error code 10: This
> device cannot start. I am aware that this is a generic error code and
> could mean any thing.
> I have started to debug from the device perspective and the Host CPU
> just writes the MSI configuration registers during startup. I use
> Altera´s PCIe Hard IP to implement the PCIe and my controller is
> hosted on FPGA. The device was never started.
> Someone can share any more leads to debug? Why windows doesn´t start my
> device?
> Regards,
> Angelo Silva Brito.
> B.S. in Computer Engineering - UFPE Brazil
> http://about.me/angelobrito
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