Suddenly, I’ve an issue with the Intel 660p. I was using it as my root partition for ca. 1 month without problems. It was still working yesterday evening before I shut it down (suspend is not working with a nvme installed), and after restart this afternoon the OS didn’t came up. So I took a last known working version from microSD and it booted very slowly. At the end it shows me that the nvme isn’t mounted, so I checked dmesg and found this:
nvme nvme0: Device not ready; aborting initialization, CSTS=0x0 nvme nvme0: Removing after probe failure status: -19
It is also responsible for the long boot time (there is a 30sec delay before those lines are listed).
I already opened the case and checked the cable and nvme connection in the adapter. I also reflashed the latest u-boot to both spi and eMMC, but it shows no success.
Any idea what might be the cause for this problem?