I've been up all night trying to work this out but with no luck
I just installed ESXi on my Gigabyte BRIX pro gb-bxi7-4770r and I have been using ESXi on another system so I know ESXi really well.
Before I did the installation the OMV was directly on the BRIX's SSD and the USB 3.0 was working 100%.
The BRIX only have USB 3.0 and do not have aney USB 2 ports. So when I do the installation on a VM in ESXi, I add the xHCI before I begin, so I make shure that the OMV sees the controller.
When the installation is done and I add my USB 3.0 devices, I noticed a VERY slow speed compared to what I was used to so I did a "lsusb" and "lsusb -t" and found this:
Now I am really confused, because the USB 3.0 devices gets connected as a USB 2 device wich makes no sens at all and the USB 3.0 controller is there.
I have no idea what I have done wrong. I have tried to make a "Debian 7 x64" VM, where it warned me that USB 3.0 might not be supported by the operating system when I added the xHCI controller. But when I created a "Other 3.x Linux x64" VM there was no warning about the USB 3.0 controller.
I have no idea why it won’t connect to the USB 3.0 ports and I REALLY need the speed because of the amount of data I transfer.