Both are in correct. Until arrays are healthy again a reminder will be sent each 2 hours. I found a semi-opensource driver but it only compiles against kernels 2. Yes, my password is: You can not post a blank message.
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Migrate Xenserver to VMware – Good idea? The 1st post on this topic seems a bit outdated. Running mpt-status without any parameters will give you the same output example as above.
I found a semi-opensource driver but it only compiles against kernels 2. I have the same question Show 0 Likes 0. There is one thread that states this bug, cannt find that thread in my bookmarks.
LSIFusionMPT – HWraid
I guess the drives are showing now in your BIOS? Now my question is Registered with Fusion MPT base driver mptctl: The system works loaving fine in that configuration. Have you sorted this out yet? Automatic translation This article was translated by an automatic translation system and was not reviewed by people.
Stuck at the Loading module mptsas screen
In fact, I must admit all my “something-status” packages for others kind of cards mmptsas based on this work. Powered by Trac 1. Not Ready [current] Mar 13 Symptoms or Error Unable to install XenServer 6. This article was translated by an automatic translation system and was not reviewed by people.
Stuck at the Loading module mptsas screen | iRichardson
I cant remember what it was. Open a ticket online for technical assistance with troubleshooting, break-fix requests, and other product issues. Would appreciate it if someone can help me figure out why it’s hanging or what I can do to disable this module during start up.
I updated the firmware to 1. It might be loaded and the card recognised. It boots fine and seems to be running smooth.
mptsas load errors when trying to install XenServer 6.5
Share This Page Tweet. Both cards are passed through to a Solaris I have HP xw workstation with latest bios version 4.
On Debian based system, simply run:. In both cases On or Offit fails to detect hardware virtualization. This content has been marked as final. For mptsa, last year I plugged in a Promise IDE Controller and was suprised i didn’t even had to install a driver to get it working.
I have also toggled Virtualization On and Off. The packages comes with an initscript that periodic run mpt-status to check status.
Any ideas how to resolve this? T and such 4. Has anyone experienced this before? What I’m also afraid of is that if VMWare again hangs right at the same point after the upgrade, then I’ve hosed the server and brought some loaidng services down for an extended period