This is happening on PE and PE’s as well!! Thanks again, we really appreicate your help and feedback. Firmware was updated to the latest available from Dell going by the service tag last year. On reboot, kernel starts to boot, then hangs and the keyboard LEDs start flashing. Re-allocated iNX cause to bug Ideally and given dapper works just fine with the old firmware the kernel would be fixed to support the old firmware too, but pragmatically I realise that may well never happen. Leann Ogasawara leannogasawara wrote on
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I am assigning this bug to the ‘ubuntu- kernel- team’ per their bug policy.
The install went fine up until it failed to come up on first boot post-install, with the AACRAID driver complaining loudly about aborts and resets. This also affects Gutsy and adaptex reported during the Gutsy development cycle in a separate bug araptec. This is the Hardy 2. Checking Dell’s support site, I found 3 newer firmware versions.
Thanks for spotting that. When I choose that in grub, the installed system boots up fine.
[CentOS] Installing on Hardware RAID – Adaptec / – Grokbase
Problem is in firmware: I’m going to go do a firmware upgrade now that I’ve seen this with Hardy also. This is happening on PE and PE’s as well!! Note that there are several versions even newer at this point.
For comparison here is a successful boot log from the serial console with Feisty 2. Is anyone actually dealing with the original bug — which still exists in Hardy or does the Perc firmware update always fix it? Email me about changes to this bug report. In reviewing installation logs from previous kernels I found one adapfec Feisty 2.
[CentOS] Installing on Hardware RAID – Adaptec 7890/7860
What version of firmware are you using on your s? If it does, we should get this onto the front page. Matthias Urlichs smurf wrote on I checked for more recent releases this week before chasing the bug. For future reference you can learn more about their bug policy at https: PERC 2 firmware kernel 2. I have the suspicion that the apparmor dependency on the kernel and the linux-image- ubuntu- modules are the culprits, but I have no idea.
Leann Ogasawara leannogasawara on It requires a power-off followed by a full system memory count which can take over 5 minutes to clear the situation. I just did the same thing. Key features are, I think: The ubuntu-kernel-team is being unassigned from this bug report. Per a decision made by the Ubuntu Kernel Team, bugs will longer be assigned to the ubuntu-kernel-team in Launchpad as part adaptrc the bug triage process.
Firmware was updated to servef latest available from Dell going by the service tag last year. Using irqpoll or noapic doesn’t help. I installed the latest 2. The Ubuntu Kernel Team is planning to move to the 2. TJ – Adapttec follow up with your bug at the new report you opened. This information was last pulled 4 hours ago. Download full text 4.