Comment 11 for bug 1838555

Matthew Ruffell (mruffell) wrote :

The following is from the customer testing the package in -proposed, after swapping out a failed Micron NVMe drive for a new replacement Micron NVMe drive:

Begins:

I've tested the version of the package in `bionic-proposed` and it seems to be fine. Here are the relevant terminal outputs in ASCII on a system with a replacement NVME drive:

Firmware update
===============
Script started on 2020-01-07 10:52:02+0000
[root@<hostname> ~]# apt-cache policy nvme-cli | grep Installed
Installed: 1.5-1ubuntu1
[root@<hostname> ~] nvme micron select-download /dev/nvme13n1 --fw ./Micron_9200_FW-101008S0.tar --select=ALL
Update successful! Please power cycle for changes to take effect
[root@<hostname> ~]# exit

Script done on 2020-01-07 10:55:02+0000

Format
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Script started on 2020-01-07 11:10:39+0000
[root@<hostname> ~]# apt-cache policy nvme-cli | grep Installed
Installed: 1.5-1ubuntu1
[root@<hostname> ~]# nvme list | egrep 1853207DCEB4
/dev/nvme2n1 1853207DCEB4 MTFDHAL3T8TCT 1
3.84 TB / 3.84 TB 512 B + 0 B 101008S0
[root@<hostname> ~]# nvme format -l 1 --namespace-id=1 --ses=1 /dev/nvme2n1
Success formatting namespace:1
[root@<hostname> ~]# exit

Script done on 2020-01-07 11:13:48+0000

Ends.

With confirmation from the customer that nvme-cli 1.5-1ubuntu1 works as expected on a Micron drive, and from my own testing that the submenus work, I am happy to mark this as verified.

Thanks,
Matthew