HP Alerts!

Description: The HPE Integrated Lights Out (iLO) GUI may report the Gen9 Smart Storage Battery as failed while the Smart Storage battery is charging. This may happen because the battery output is turned off until there is a sufficient charge level to support the number of loads in the server. (A load is a Smart Array controller or Non-Volatile Dual In-line Memory Module [NVDIMM]). The health LED will not indicate a battery failure during this time.

 

Description: On an HPE ProLiant DL360 Gen9 Server or HPE ProLiant DL380 Gen9 Server running Microsoft Windows Server 2012 or Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2, when switching between Legacy BIOS to the Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI), the NVDIMM will display a message to format the hard drive.

 

Description: On an HPE ProLiant Gen9 series server that was updated to version 2.40 of the System ROM (dated 02/17/17), the server may stop responding during Power-On Self-Test (POST) when performing a warm boot if the system is deployed with an HPE Dual 8GB microSD Enterprise Midline USB Kit (741279-B21) with Firmware Version 202, 19 or 17.

 

Description: When installing the Linux ClearOS operating system, Intelligent Provisioning 2.60 (or later) is supported.

 

Description: After a server's Integrated Lights-Out (iLO) address has been changed, HPE OneView 2.0 will fail to reconnect to it and the following error message will display in the OneView GUI:

 

Description: Hosts connected to HPE StoreVirtual 4000 or HPE StoreVirtual 3000 Storage systems may experience degraded performance and connectivity issues when running VMware ESXi 5.5 Update 2 or later with the ATS Heartbeat feature enabled. VMware ESXi 5.5 Update 2 introduced the ATS Heartbeat, a new method for managing the heartbeat process. This feature is not compatible with HPE StoreVirtual Storage systems.

 

Description: In rare instances, the message, "Drive Array Controller Failure" may be displayed in the Integrated Management Log (IML) on a ProLiant server configured with a Smart Array Px3X, Smart Array Px4x, or H24x controller.

 

Description: On an HPE ProLiant Gen8 or HPE ProLiant Gen9 server running Microsoft Windows Server 2012 or Microsoft Windows Server 2016 and configured with HPE Smart Array H240, H240ar, H241, H244br, P440ar, P440, P441, P840, P840ar, or P841 controllers and with any tape drive connected to those controllers, the Device Manager will display the Tape Device twice in the Device Manager.

 

Description: In HPE c-Class server blade enclosures with Onboard Administrator (OA) modules running firmware version 4.60 and managed by HPE OneView, a reset of the enclosure's primary OA module (or a failover from the primary OA module to the standby) will result in a power on delay of any server blade that is powered off and has a profile applied in the same enclosure as the OA.

 

Description: HPE StoreVirtual 4000 and HPE P4000 G2 Storage products, and HPE StoreVirtual VSA and HPE LeftHand P4000 Virtual SAN Appliance Software products running Multipathing Extension Module (MEM) versions 12.0 or 12.6.0.14 may experience the Purple Screen of Death (PSOD).

 

Description: On an HPE ProLiant Gen9 server configured with Smart Array Controller Firmware Version 4.02 (or later), the presence of non-HPE branded drive carriers will be detected by causing limited LED activity and displaying the following POST message:

 

Description: On an HPE ProLiant Gen9 server configured with Smart Array Controller Firmware Version 4.02 (or later), the presence of non-HPE branded drive carriers will be detected by causing limited LED activity and displaying the following POST message:

 
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