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Adding “nomodeset” to kernel command line works around the issue in Stretch. Password Please enter a password for your user account.

drivers – Using Hp Smartarray P with Ubuntu – Ask Ubuntu

The intent with newer kernels 2. Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links. Initially, there was some overlap in the boards which these two drivers support.

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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.

Solved: PROLIANT DL G5 HP SMART ARRAY P – HP Support Community –

That is, there are some kernels which have overlapping sets of controllers supported by both hpsa and cciss. To focus on tuning ssmart read speeds, the next thing to tune is Linux’s read ahead cache.


Hello community, after hours days spent to understand what’s the problem reported also in the following emart From time to time there may be instances in which hardware or driver features are not supported by the cciss driver which comes with your distribution or kernel, because it is too o400, or the hardware is too new, etc. The current list of controllers that are supported by cciss only: Arrayprobe offsite makes a report of events recorded by Smartarray contollers.

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When load is high, there is almost no CPU usage top and no disk activity iostat. Allow hpsa driver to access unknown HP Smart Array hardware int parm: I report the solution there in case someone need it.

Hi GBL84 thanks for smat responseI have read the information from linkbut I have some additional questions: Unable to install sybase on RHEL 5.

This topic has been locked due to inactivity for a long period of time. Message 6 of On booting I found the message “modprobe: The following list of controllers are supported by cciss on distributions based on kernels before 2.

Message 1 of These are the specific test cases I ran: This is because at driver init time,the SCSI core may not yet be initialized because the driver is a block driver sart attempting to register it with the SCSI core in such a case would cause a hang.


Hpsa should be fine for new installs on these controllers, however. This binary RPM may then be installed in the usual way, for instance: Here’s a sample report from arrayprobe 2.

Fixed race condition that could show up during driver init. So, I decided just to run smxrt select few test cases with the iozone benchmark my preferred benchmark tool.

Tuning a HP Smart Array P400 with Linux – why tuning really matters…

In smary, this system needed both kinux and random reads to be fast. Message 10 of From what I have gathered, the P uses the ciss driver, which I believe has been replaced with hspa. Also, I wasn’t given a lot of time to turn this around, so my first test was to increase the read ahead cache to 8MB: This network controller is supported by the bnx2 driver, but requires external non-free firmware.

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