It can no longer find the rhel5 base media cciss driver following an uninstalled of an HP cciss rpm. Tested with Linux 3. Solution is to install firmware-linux-nonfree Jessie? This page does not infer official support from HP. This network controller is supported by the bnx2 driver, but requires external non-free firmware. Works fine, but after reboot no display visible. You can try the Ubuntu repository, something like:
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Below is information on the old afacli tool Dell also provides some admin tools in binary form. Can someone confirm this? June 6th, 1.
This is a must when maintaining a lot of machines using for instance a serial line console. 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. The opinions expressed above are the personal opinions of degian authors, not of Hewlett Packard Enterprise.
I searched with some breaks nearly a week around to find a way to workaround. The current list of controllers that are supported by cciss only: See this page for arrah script that does this Please note that you have to edit the script because it’s supporting without changes only the outdated “lenny” and current argay “squeeze” release.
Fixed “out of memory” error introduced in the 2. Later, after checking this atray out a bit more, I’ll edit this to reflect what I find. Fixed a panic that could arise during an insmod and rmmod of the cciss driver.
All seemed to go well, the array build ddbian successfully. If you use the installer on the link it should work fine except for what was mentioned on the installation report. I have the exact same problem – has anyone got anywhere with HP on this? It can no longer find the rhel5 base media cciss driver following an uninstalled of an HP cciss rpm. It says it’s unable to detect it or it would just hang on that page.
I have tried Ubuntu 8. To install, download the RPM file, and use rpm -ihv rpmfile This will deposit the cciss.
Well, you really have to see it. This did not happen to me, but should be mentioned here After a reboot all works as expected and all the devices show also up with lsscsi.
You’ll find out soon enough if you do try to use it. Join Date Nov Beans 2. That is, there are some kernels which have overlapping sets of controllers supported by both hpsa and cciss.
[all variants] HP Smart Array E RAID controller: compatible with Ubuntu ?
Contact Email us Tell us what you think. We’re using the cciss modules that came with the distribution by default. Updates for kdump support Changes since 3. 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, arrayprobe after the fact. Your distribution may differ.
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Supported Supported by Linux kernel? No longer spins up idle spare drives.
Linux and Hardware RAID: an administrator’s summary
Works fine, no extra drivers needed. If necessary, deb package will compile kernel as well. If not, is the source for some command line tool available which can report this status? Good luck – approach with caution.