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[Bug 1550481] Re: hpsa driver causing kernel panics on HP ProLiant DL385p Gen8
Note that the same problem occurs with the 4.2 kernel in 16.04 (a pre-
release from a week or two ago). I haven't yet tested the firmware
workaround with 16.04.
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hpsa driver causing kernel panics on HP ProLiant DL385p Gen8
Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
Doing regression testing on Ubuntu 14.04.4, we've found a big one: An
HP ProLiant DL385p Gen8 kernel panics on startup with the default
kernel for that version (4.2.0-27-generic). The server's display (see
screen shot taken via its BMC's remote KVM) shows a kernel panic that
seems to implicate the hpsa driver. This server boots and installs
every Trusty release through 14.04.3 (with a 3.19.0-25 kernel) just
I'm attaching log files from a 14.04.1 installation so that you can
have some hardware information, and a screen shot of the kernel panic
We (the server certification team) have access to the server for a
limited period. Normally it's in OIL.
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