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[Bug 1550481] Re: hpsa driver causing kernel panics on HP ProLiant DL385p Gen8


Hello. I have four of this DL385P Generation 8 serves from Hewlett
Packard Enterprise.

When we bought them, everything was fine using Ubuntu 14.04.03 LTS, but
once we upgrade to 16.04 LTS, everything went wrong.

I'm following this bug and I'm really very interested in any solution.
Is there any one? Where can I follow advances in this bug solution?

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  hpsa driver causing kernel panics on HP ProLiant DL385p Gen8

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Bug description:
  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
  in 14.04.4.

  We (the server certification team) have access to the server for a
  limited period. Normally it's in OIL.

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