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After installation of the PSP on SLES10 "HP-initrd" created?

 
Kleffmann
Occasional Contributor

After installation of the PSP on SLES10 "HP-initrd" created?

Hello,

After installation of the PSP on my SLES10 (64Bit) Server there is an HP-initrd created?
What is the difference between the HP-initrd and the original Initrd?


Regards,
Simon
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Kleffmann
Occasional Contributor

Re: After installation of the PSP on SLES10 "HP-initrd" created?

Can someone move this thread to "Linux -> System administration" ?
Jimmy Vance
HPE Pro

Re: After installation of the PSP on SLES10 "HP-initrd" created?

Generally when a new initrd is created it is because an updated cciss driver was installed. The new driver needs to be in the initrd image so the cciss driver installation creates a new initrd image




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