The USB to eSATA cables. What chip set is used? Linux blacklists some chips.
Greetings. I am trying to get USB 3's UASP storage mode working on some of my external disk boxes. The Linux kernel blacklists the common JMicron USB 3 to SATA bridge chips, sigh. So, I need to know what chip/chipset you are using in the two cable adapters that go from USB to eSATA, because if they are JMicron, we can save ourselves time/effort/money and not have to return them. USB 3 in either the A or type C to eSATA would save the day for me if it's not a blacklisted chipset. I actually had to read the source code to the UAS driver in the Linux kernel to find the blacklist. I'd love to buy both of those adapter cables.
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