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ogin
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Registered: ‎07-31-2013
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HBA Driver firmware dump

Hi,

could anybody advise - how to collect driver firmware dump (save it to file system) for further analysis?

i mean this line "Driver firmware dump timestamp" from the output below:

 

some_srv:/ # sasmgr get_info -D /dev/sasd1
Driver Name                                        : sasd
Bundle Version                                     : B.11.31.1003
Product Number                                     : AH232-60001
Hardware Path                                      : 0/2/1/0
Health of HBA                                      : ONLINE
PCI Vendor ID                                      : 0x1000
PCI Device ID                                      : 0x0054
PCI Subsystem Vendor ID                            : 0x103c
PCI Subsystem ID                                   : 0x132c
PCI Revision ID                                    : 0x0001
Hardware Revision ID                               : B0
Max. PHYs supported                                : 8
Max. IO size                                       : 1048576
*********************************************************************
*****              HBA Specific information                     *****
*********************************************************************
HBA state                                          : READY
Driver firmware dump available                     : YES
Driver firmware dump timestamp                     : Fri Jan  3 15:35:23
Firmware Revision                                  : 1.23.42.0

 

Rgds,

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pavel

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Stan_M
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Registered: ‎09-12-2011
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Re: HBA Driver firmware dump

sasmgr has save_dump subcommand.

But given that the driver you are using is almost 4 years old and and many revisions behind, question is whether it makes any sense to spend time analyzing this.

 

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Torsten.
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Re: HBA Driver firmware dump

You may consider to tell about the problem you have ... why analyze the dump?

Hope this helps!
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ogin
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Re: HBA Driver firmware dump

Thanks for the subcommand, dump has been saved.

i agree, driver update can be a solution.

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ogin
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Re: HBA Driver firmware dump

Single occurance of:

Jan 3 15:35:10 some_srv vmunix: SAS driver at 0/2/1/0 (/dev/sasd1) : RAID volume at SAS address 0x0b5cb60b99038153 is in a degraded state.
Jan 3 15:35:10 some_srv vmunix: SAS driver at 0/2/1/0 (/dev/sasd1) : RAID volume at SAS address 0x0b5cb60b99038153 is in a degraded state.
Jan 3 15:35:23 some_srv vmunix: SAS driver at 0/2/1/0 (/dev/sasd1) : Driver fault has occured, a firmware dump will be taken and the HBA will be reset.

Followed by one of two RAID logical drives rebuild.
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