Feedback on the HPE ProLiant DL180 Gen10

Asked by Richard Young on 2020-06-23

Hi,

For Generation 10 DL180 HPE Server how do we go about the installation?

Can we install on the Smart Array Controller P408i in a RAID-5 and is there a driver for this or should we run this on the SATA Controller onboard S100i?

Can you share the specifics on how install 18.04 LTS onto Gen10 HPE Servers?

Thanks,
Richard

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Launchpad Janitor (janitor) said : #1

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Jeff Lane (bladernr) said : #2

There are several P408i controllers. The specific one that was in use when the DL180 Gen10 was tested was the P408i-a using the smartpqi module and the GA (4.15) kernel.

The system was installed using MAAS (Metal-as-a-Service), though there should be no difference between automated deployments via MAAS and manual deployments via ISO image.

In any case, the SmartPQI controllers are supported.

Richard Young (ryoun1b) said : #3

Is the smartpqi module a part of the kernel or a separate package that must be sourced and installed?

Thanks

On Jul 8, 2020, at 6:51 AM, Jeff Lane <email address hidden> wrote:

 Your question #691475 on Ubuntu-Certification changed:
https://answers.launchpad.net/ubuntu-certification/+question/691475

Status: Expired => Answered

Jeff Lane changed the question status:
There are several P408i controllers. The specific one that was in use
when the DL180 Gen10 was tested was the P408i-a using the smartpqi
module and the GA (4.15) kernel.

The system was installed using MAAS (Metal-as-a-Service), though there
should be no difference between automated deployments via MAAS and
manual deployments via ISO image.

In any case, the SmartPQI controllers are supported.

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Jeff Lane (bladernr) said : #4

It's included with the kernel

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