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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. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. See these search results from hp. The intent with newer kernels 2. Your distribution may differ. NIC 3,4 worked fine. I searched with some breaks nearly a week around to find a way to workaround.

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Worked fine, needs bnx2 firmware.

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Fix firmware version not being printed in procfs. Non non-free firmware required!

NIC 3,4 worked fine. Fixed sysfs link issue. To avoid this, you can modify your install image to include the needed firmware. The following list of controllers are supported by cciss on distributions based on kernels before 2.

HP Smart Array CCISS driver

System will beep before bootloader starts however. The earlier fix would be called anytime something changed. Normally a rescan is triggered automatically by HP’s Array Configuration Utility either the GUI or the command-line variety ; thus, for logical drive changes, the user should not normally have to use this attribute.

The hpsa driver is a SCSI driver, while the cciss driver is a block driver. Use these for systems using 2. VGA is Radeon, and complains about the firmware missing no acceleration, reduced 2D performance.

Can’t find driver on HP Smart Array Ei Controller – CentOS

Fixed issue where Linu would hang after several operations. This does exactly the same thing as writing to the hpsa- specific host “rescan” attribute.

Last updated March 4, latest version is 3. Worked fine, needs tg3 firmware. This attribute may be useful when hot plugging devices like tape drives, or entire storage boxes containing preconfigured logical drives.

Repository details may be aray at: Groo 2 9 Most likely, you do not need these, as the cciss driver has been in the Linux kernel for a very long time, and most distributions will already have a cciss driver which will work for you as is.

If you really want cciss on RHEL7 checkout the elrepo directory.

You can try the Ubuntu repository, something like: In the kernel documentation linux-source It used not be used automatically by the kernel. You may try to use these to build a binary RPM. You can use these if you have a supported distribution running a supported kernel.

Worked fine, needs firmware ; Xen 4. Supported hardware The hpsa driver supports the following Smart Array boards: For a new install of a distribution using the hpsa driver, the “cciss.

Initially, there was some overlap in the boards which these two drivers support. Post-install warnings about missing tg3 firmware in update-initramfs: If I remember correctly, you will find it under Maintenance section in Llnux.

The current list of supported controllers for hpsa: The kernel module ccisswhich comes with the 2. The intent with newer kernels 2. To get it working for me, I installed the kernel from experimental 2.

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