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PSP 8.60 Problem on RHEL5.5 ,

 
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Shabahang
Occasional Advisor

PSP 8.60 Problem on RHEL5.5 ,

Hello
I have 5 product error in PSP installation :
-fibreutils-2.5-4.x86_64.rpm
-hp-lpfc-8.2.0.22-9.rhel5.noarch.rpm
-hp-nx_nic-tools-4.0.534-2.x86_64.rpm
-hp_qla2x00src-8.02.23-2.noarch.rpm
-hp_qla2x00src-mezz-8.02.23-2.noarch.rpm

and the error desc is "This RPM is not supported on RHEL 5.3 or greater"


Please let me know how can I install them to use FC HBA.
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Suman_1978
HPE Pro

Re: PSP 8.60 Problem on RHEL5.5 ,

Hi,

It looks like PSP 8.60 does not fully support RHEL 5.5

To install these packages individually/To upgrade a RPM package, use the command: #rpm -Uvh

Hope this helps.
Bryan Gartner
Valued Contributor

Re: PSP 8.60 Problem on RHEL5.5 ,

For these components, you'll find that the necessary drivers are already included in the Linux distribution version and also that the in-distro multipathing configuration is the recommended approach.
Shabahang
Occasional Advisor

Re: PSP 8.60 Problem on RHEL5.5 ,

Thanks for reply.
I have no fibreutils in OS packeges and dont have the probe_luns command.
Please let me know how to install relevant packages.
Zinky
Honored Contributor
Solution

Re: PSP 8.60 Problem on RHEL5.5 ,

RHEL now has full support of Emulex and Qlogic FC-HBAs in the OS.. so no need for vendor specific drivers unless there is a "special" need.

And REDHAT only fully supports their drivers for these HBAs.

As far as SAN utils you need -- it is better to install SANsurfer (scli) for Qlogic and HBAanywhere for Emulex. Both can be downloaded from the vendor websites.
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Shabahang
Occasional Advisor

Re: PSP 8.60 Problem on RHEL5.5 ,

Thnx