Last updated March 4, latest version is 4. And then look at the output of the hpssacli ctrl all show config command: I have a ML G2 with a array controller. In 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’d like to get the status of physical disks in the output. SCSI tape drive and medium changer support SCSI sequential access devices and medium changer devices are supported and appropriate device nodes are automatically created e. Alternatively, you can obtain non-official CD images with external firmware loading enabled; see Firmware.
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This option prevents the cciss driver from attempting to drive any controllers that cckss hpsa 4 driver is capable of controlling, which is to say, the cciss driver is restricted by this option to the following controllers: The intent with newer kernels 2. Fix firmware version not being printed in procfs.
You’ll find out soon enough if you do try to use it. Works like a charm.
Sign up or log in Sign hl using Google. In the kernel documentation linux-source Smart Array 6i in Slot 0 array A logicaldrive 1 Array, controller, cache, disk, batteryetc Use these for systems using 2. I would suggest disabling hardware raid and setting up software raid or no raid at all until the driver makes its way on the Linux Kernel, if it ever does.
What server model is this? The kernel module ccisswhich comes with the 2.
It’s currently running debian wheezy. Last updated March 4, latest version is 3.
How to use smartctl with cciss – Hewlett Packard Enterprise Community
See this page for a script that does this Please note that you have to edit the script because it’s supporting without changes only the outdated “lenny” and current stable “squeeze” release.
One answer might be to run a standard smart test on all cciss disks, and find which one is broken, but I tried to call a -t short and -t long on all cciss from and all them except cciss,0 and ,1 acted as if there had never been a test run on them. Fixed bug where deleting logical volumes could hang the system.
Best way to thank in this forum is to assign points. As Santhosh noticed, depending upon your configuration you could be monitoring the same disk twice trough a different logical path. How can I fix this?
Search Exchange Advanced Search. Seems silly you have to submit a review in order to communicate with the developer, ah well. I had a feeling I would get an answer from you: VGA is Radeon, and complains about the firmware missing no acceleration, reduced 2D performance. A new Smart Array driver called “hpsa” has been accepted into the main line linux kernel as of Dec ccoss,in ccsis 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.
Ubuntu Manpage: cciss – HP Smart Array block driver
Logs to syslog, and optionally, sends SNMP traps. There are newer versions.