HP FlexFabric 10Gb 2-port 534FLB Adapter

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HP FlexFabric 10Gb 2-port 534FLB Adapter

Post by Dmar » 2020/08/11 14:02:18

Hi, Can anyone tell me if the HP FlexFabric 10Gb 2-port 534FLB Adapter is supported on Centos 7.6.

I am new to Centos and have been trying to get this working for a little while with no success. The latest available driver from HPE website is kmod-netxtreme2-7.14.07-1.rhel7u2.x86_64.rpm which I'm assuming relates to Red Hat 7.2 does not work and I cant find any later drivers for this.

When running Ifconfig I just get the loopback adapter listed.

My version is 7.6.1810 (Core)

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Re: HP FlexFabric 10Gb 2-port 534FLB Adapter

Post by TrevorH » 2020/08/11 14:29:48

What is the output from lspci -nn | grep -i net
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Re: HP FlexFabric 10Gb 2-port 534FLB Adapter

Post by Dmar » 2020/08/11 20:06:35

Hi, please see attached file
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Re: HP FlexFabric 10Gb 2-port 534FLB Adapter

Post by TrevorH » 2020/08/11 21:04:59

The Broadcom 57810 cards should already be supported by the CentOS kernel. I have half a dozen Dell machines with the exact same PCIe Vendor:Device ids (14e4:168e) and they all work perfectly with the CentOS kernel version of the bnx2x module it supplies.

What do you see if you run ip link show ? And from lsmod | grep bnx ?

I also have an HP DL380 Gen8 with the same RAID controller as yours and that's supported by the CentOS kernel hpsa module too. No hp drivers required.

Lastly your FC HBA is supoprted by the CentOS kernel qla2xxx module.

You don't need anything from HP for this lot.
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