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Hpsa should be fine for new installs on these controllers, however. With regard to Tom’s comments, what tripped me up was the jump from 1 to 2.
[SOLVED] HP DL G5 neither cciss nor hpsa modules will load because of missing symbols
I’ll diff the drivers and check what has changed. The next major release of modutils 2. Are there any drives on the embedded controller? Initially, there was some overlap in the boards which these two drivers support. Opening a separate bug report 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 ccisa of Smart Array.
This controller is not supported by RH anymore by the current hpsa-driver which is be the replacment vor the older cciss-driver in rh7, centos 6. See post 3 in this thread at linuxquestions which is a rough howto for CentOS.
If the command cannot be aborted and the device cannot be reset, the device will be set offline. The normal protocol is a four-step process: Note You need to log in before you can comment on or make changes to this bug.
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The hpsa driver is a SCSI driver, while the cciss driver is a block driver.
On booting I found the message “modprobe: This still doesn’t fix the fact that the modules. It just doesn’t pickup the symbols. We have found that when AS 2.
Version-Release number of selected component if applicable: Please enter a title. Last updated Tue Oct 16, latest version is 2. Here’s a sample report from arrayprobe 2.
cciss(4) – Linux man page
Without this fix the system will panic on reboot when the HP cciss rpm has been uninstalled. What’s up with that?
Fixed a panic that could arise during an insmod and rmmod of the cciss driver. And to clarify, this is using the e35 cciiss.
Possible use of driver for HP SmartArray P(cciss) – CentOS
This network controller is supported by the bnx2 driver, but requires external non-free firmware. So, as you can see, I’ve tried all possible permutations between the e34 and e I’ve tried to install either xciss.
Which do you want to use? Please type your message and try again. The only disk devices that are presented to the kernel are logical drives that the array controller constructs from regions on the physical drives.
However, if I have any array raid 0,1 or 5 with 1, 2 3 or 4 drives it hangs.