Quote message in reply? Ubuntu Bionic Beaver development branch Release: Worked fine, needs firmware ; Xen 4. OS distros with warnings. However, if you don’t mind being unsupported and the fact that the system is 4 generations and old, the server can still function.
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HP/ProLiant – Debian Wiki
Fixed sysfs link issue. I presume that Dell doesn’t use the hpsa driver, but both are hanging at approximately the same time in the boot up process and the same subsystems appear to be involved Distributed Computing – General. This network controller is supported liux the bnx2 driver, but requires external non-free firmware. The installer comes pre-loaded with additional non-free firmware blobs which helps as you don’t need lknux modify the official iso’s.
This feature has been removed, as any P400 Arrays not known to cciss are now presumed to be claimed by the hpsa driver. Information on official HP support offerings for Debian can be found on http: VGA is Radeon, and complains about the firmware missing no acceleration, reduced 2D performance. Also, I’ve seen that green LEDs on drives are flashing simultaneously at a frequency of about 0.
Ubuntu Manpage: hpsa – HP Smart Array SCSI driver
I can’t comment on this much as I haven’t tried it, but from my so far very brief perusing of the code it appears to be alright at first glance, basically doing the expected things. To install, download the RPM file, and use rpm -ihv rpmfile P00i will deposit the cciss. Disabled Post Prompt Timeout: Is write caching enabled on your RAID controller – I can’t remember if the s support it or not, if not then you can fairly easily p400l your disks with logging lots of pinux writes to different files when it’s in write-through mode.
Yes the cache is disabled, I simply have no battery for that server now. You can think of this as a daemonized version of arrayprobe, in that both of them detect failures in the same way by looking at “events” reported by the controller, cpqarrayd in real time, hl after the fact.
Normally, you could do this from within the operating system, but Slackware is totally unsupported by HP as well. Allow hpsa driver to access unknown HP Smart Array hardware int parm: On booting I found the message “modprobe: Use ‘simple mode’ rather than ‘performant mode’ int Possible cause Yesterday by doing tests on different processes, I disabled postfix and the server stopped hanging.
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Your distribution may differ. Alternatively, you can obtain non-official CD images with external firmware loading enabled; see Firmware.
And also lsscsi does only show the DVD drive, but no disks. Worked mostly fine, needs firmware-netxen. I’ve also synched root to another DL G5 same hardware except 4 x GB drives to replace the server, same issue again.
p400j If you’re already running cciss on these devices, and upgrade to a kernel containing the hpsa driver, you shouldn’t have to do anything, as cciss will continue to claim these devices. Installation report in As soon as I started it again, the server hanged. When load is high, there is almost no CPU usage top and no disk activity iostat.
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Worked fine, needs firmware ; Xen 4. Worked fine, needs bnx2 firmware. You are not directly subscribed to this bug’s notifications.
The hpsa driver is a SCSI driver, while the cciss driver is a block driver. To install, download Debian cciss source package. Yesterday by doing tests on different processes, I disabled postfix and the server stopped hanging. The cciss driver previously contained a feature which would enable it by default to run on Smart Array controllers which it did not explicitly recognize except so far as to be able to determine that they were some sort of Smart Array.