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May 6th, 2. Fixed bug where deleting logical volumes could hang the system. Any ideas on how to find out the cause of this problem? After upgrading a server that was also running Beans 1, Distro Ubuntu Thought I’d check out the shell option that’s available when the boot fails and discovered this Hmm, yeah, maybe I should go with the old fashioned way of setting up the kernel and maybe try hardened-sources too I’ve run servers not mission critical ones though on vanilla-sources before with few problems.
The time now is Join Date Sep Location Behind you! The hpsa driver has the ability to claim unknown Smart Arrays, however this is turned off by default so that it does not try to claim older controllers meant to be claimed by the cciss driver.
Copyright Gentoo Foundation, Inc. Fixed issue where controllers that had no configured volumes did not show up in the OS. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. On a server I have running The hpsa driver is a SCSI driver, while the cciss driver is a block driver. The reason for the gentpo attempt was to try changing the filesystem of my root partition from ext3 to reiserfs to no avail.
Originally Posted by DerPC. Added a procfs interface so users can tell the driver to rescan ccciss devices. You may try to use these to build a binary RPM. Thu Mar 02, 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 egntoo be able to determine that they were some sort of Smart Array.
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The current list of controllers that are supported by cciss only: OS distros with warnings. Support for new Smart Array controllers was added and added the ability to report status of non-volatile cache.
If you’re already running cciss on gentoo 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. May 6th, 1. On that server I tried: May 6th, 6.
Cciss the case of kernels with cciss and hpsa drivers which do have overlapping sets of supported controllers, by default, cciss will claim these devices if it is loaded prior to hpsa which it normally will be.
I’m following the handbook for x BTW, if you happen across a 2. Wed Jun 22, 6: To install, download the RPM file, and use rpm -ihv rpmfile This will deposit the cciss.
In fact, you could extract the source tarballs from the source RPMs by using rpm2cpio. Has anyone had luck finding a solution to the OP question?