Odroid C4 and UAS driver

Is the UAS driver present in Coreelec or do I have to install it somehow?
I connected Crucial Mx500 with a UASP adapter and UAS is NOT active when I use the lsusb -t command.

I think it is not supported?

So it can’t be turned on?

Yes, option needs to be enabled in kernel.

CoreELEC-Amlogic-ng.arm-9.2-nightly_vpeter_usb_uas.tar

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Great, thank you.
A regular update from the update folder will do?

Yes, exactly like that.

When updating I got: missing (source) KERNEL or SYSTEM. What’s wrong?

Ok, I tried it for the second time and I got:
Kernel md5 failed and system md5 failed.

You must have corrupted file for some reason.
Yes, put file in update folder and reboot.

cd /storage/.update
megadl https://mega.nz/file/eM5yzZ7B#lSpLaXQvfLpLxS3OLADCgTmljzfnBTdbS5BJSw-xqD8
reboot
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Ok, it turned out my FTP client corrupted the file and I used a different one to copy the file.

The write tests results:
Without UAS
CoreELEC:~ # dd if=/dev/zero of=/var/media/CR/speed.test bs=1M count=8000
8000+0 records in
8000+0 records out
8388608000 bytes (7.8GB) copied, 35.110141 seconds, 227.9MB/s

With UAS
CoreELEC:~ # dd if=/dev/zero of=/var/media/CR/speed.test bs=1M count=8000
8000+0 records in
8000+0 records out
8388608000 bytes (7.8GB) copied, 26.322702 seconds, 303.9MB/s

Thanks a lot @vpeter

Can you run this command and post link you get? First please reboot to get clean state. And drive must be attached.

dmesg | paste

Here:
http://ix.io/3LDe

@vpeter will automatic update override your UAS settings? I still get update available notification even though I turned it off.

You need to use my special image if you want to use UAS. Default images doesn’t have enabled.

Ok, that’s what I thought. Thanks.

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