> Is it really in AHCI mode?
Yes, I enabled AHCI SATA mode in the BIOS
> This is talking about wd0, i.e. the rumpdisk device, i.e. gnumach
> didn't detect the AHCI card. That's not expected, we need to know what
> is actually showing up exactly in lspci, to be sure that the card is
> showing up really in AHCI-compatible mode.
I will try to execute it in rescue mode (the current Debian GNU/Hurd 2021 installation in compatibility mode has generate some errors and I can't access to tty. Next report)
> Alternatively you could try to reboot to have the partition re-read. But
> still it's not expected that partition re-read doesn't work, it is
> implemented and works in my tests. As usual, actual error messages are
> what you want to show, i.e. console 4 (or posssibly more conveniently,
I tried it many times. If I do a installation in IDE mode and, after this, I try a new installation in AHCI mode, the installer detects the partitions correctly. But then fails in the "base system packages" step.
> "no more room" looks like somehow rumpdisk is trying to handle more data
> than it can. What is the actual size of your disk? I don't know what
> sizes where actually tested at all.
My harddisk has ~ 320 GB
Thanks for your response, I will try to get more information