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"hpssacli ctrl all show config" stuck

gmala
Occasional Contributor

"hpssacli ctrl all show config" stuck

I did a:

 

hpssacli ctrl all show config

 

on a dl380p g8 box running RHEL release 6.5.

 

The command simply stuck: I waited a couple of minutes without seeing

any output before hitting ctrl-c to terminate the task.

 

rpm say there are the following 2 packages installed:

 

rpm -aq | grep -i hpssa


hpssa-1.60-17.0.x86_64
hpssacli-1.60-17.0.x86_64

 

Firmware release of the  HP Smart Array P420i Controller is 5.42.

 

 Any help in understanding what's going on appreciated.

 

Thanks,

 

Giovanni

 

5 REPLIES
Jimmy Vance
HPE Pro

Re: "hpssacli ctrl all show config" stuck

what happens if you just run hpssacli? also mkae sure the 'sg' driver module is loaded




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gmala1
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Re: "hpssacli ctrl all show config" stuck

# hpssacli
HP Smart Storage Administrator CLI 1.60.17.0

 

.... nothing else ... stuck

 

For the sg module I did and lsmod, output follow:

 

lsmod | grep -i sg
sg                     29350  0

 

Thanks for helping.

 

Giovanni

 

 

Jimmy Vance
HPE Pro

Re: "hpssacli ctrl all show config" stuck

That is a pretty old version (Feb 2014) you might try a newer release 

 

http://h20566.www2.hpe.com/hpsc/swd/public/detail?sp4ts.oid=5212599&swItemId=MTX_66219ab8d27646d99c028ff389&swEnvOid=4103#tab-history

 

 




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gmala1
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Re: "hpssacli ctrl all show config" stuck

Well, the last release "fixed" the problem.

 

Thanks.

Jimmy Vance
HPE Pro

Re: "hpssacli ctrl all show config" stuck

You might want to look at the SDR (Software Delivery Repository) it allows you to add a repo file so you can keep all the HP software updated using yum

 

http://downloads.linux.hpe.com

 




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