With few hopes, I’ve tried the latest kernel from: I built the next test kernel, up to the following commit: Its sources for Linux systems are available but the license is not specified. Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. I believe the latest dell-branded firmware is: It was the result from your kernel.

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Is there a way to show the serial numbers of disks through the lsiutil command line utility or otherwise?

Comment on this change optional. The kernel is at: Its sources for Linux systems are available but the license is not specified.

It would be best if we can fix systemd side. Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else.

Results 1 to 10 of This file does not contain the RAID status. It fail to detect the disk, we have the following error in console log:.

One might come to the conclusion that you don’t value your data very highly. Serial console capture attached under name “serial- capture- default- buffer. They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own.


That should speed up the process considerably. Yes, I confirm that 3.

More details A blog post claim supermicro provide a tool to get the status out from the command line. I’ve attached debiaj console ouput which show no error.

September 30th, 8. The changelog which I expected for that commit is shown below. Kamilion kamilion wrote on I must update this patch. Fixed not processing task management IOCB response status git bisect good bbb83f11b3 58ac94eddd cdc51ea good: That matches your bisection result because commit ee changed to return to the caller when the caller received SIGKILL in order to allow the OOM killer to kill the process waiting for kthreadd to create a kernel thread.

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Alternatively – credit to Tim on linux-poweredge list: My 4 disk raid is far slower than I expected measured using: LinuxRaidForAdmins last modified After this error, initramfs drop to a shell complaining that rootfs is not found. Sorry, typo in my link.


But still — out of date firmware can lead to wacky results. Server Fault works best with JavaScript enabled.

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Thanks for the detailed deboan, Pierre. Yes hpsa Yes Yes Yes? The real issue degian this bug is why the kthread spawning fails; I haven’t figured that out yet. Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies. Hmm, commit 8ceafbfa91ffbdb b2afaea5c24ccb5 19ffb8b is a merge commit, so the bisect should have went deeper. Tetsuo, see my comments above for the diagnosis of two different bugs. Also ouput of serial console attached. It was the result from your kernel.