OMSA firmware updates - broadcom stuff breaks ?

Austin Murphy austin.murphy at gmail.com
Mon Jan 30 13:24:43 CST 2012


Hi Jason,

I'd suggest disabling the OMSA components, rebooting without OMSA and
then performing the firmware updates and then re-enabling the OMSA
stuff.

I had a bad experience with old broadcom firmware conflicting with OMSA.

Austin


On Sat, Jan 28, 2012 at 4:51 AM, jason andrade <jason at rtfmconsult.com> wrote:
>
> Hi,
>
> Has anyone hit this and/or resolved it ?
>
> I'm trying to use the instructions in the dell linux repo to install
> updates and it breaks on a few different things but in particular:
>
> Installed:
>   6Gbps_SAS_HBA_ven_0x1000_dev_0x0072_subven_0x1028_subdev_0x1f1c.noarch 4:a08-1
>   HD_73G_SAS6_15K_2_5_SGT_HORNET_componentid_20608.noarch 4:a05-1
>   PERC_H700_Integrated_ven_0x1000_dev_0x0079_subven_0x1028_subdev_0x1f17.noarch 4:a08-1
>   SAS_Backplane_Firmware_componentid_11204_for_system_ven_0x1028_dev_0x0445.noarch 4:a00-1
>   Server_BIOS_11G_componentid_00159_for_system_ven_0x1028_dev_0x0445.noarch 4:2.3.0-1
>   iDRAC6_componentid_20137_for_system_ven_0x1028_dev_0x0445.noarch 4:a01-1
>
> Skipped (dependency problems):
>   BCM57711_Based_LOM_ven_0x14e4_dev_0x164f.noarch 4:a07-1
>   BCM95709C_10_100_1000BASET_Quad_Port_NIC_ven_0x14e4_dev_0x1639.noarch 4:a07-1
>   dell_ie_nic_broadcom.x86_64 0:1.1.0-6
>
> This is a stock standard R715 running RHEL 6.1



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