HP Proliant Server will not boot to O.S. Upon power-up system performs POST and finally starts looking for bootable device...3 are listed CD-ROM, ?, SCSI.
And then falls into a loop here. No errors that I recognize (I'm newbie to LINUX). Server has 6 SCSI drives and using the SMART START CD, are testing ok. I've broken down box to minimum hardware requirements and was even trying to boot in Safe Mode, if there is even such a thing for Linux.
I acquired an old ML370 Proliant server, and I'm attempting to find a way to control the fan speed, as all three noisy fans are running at full blast, and I had planned to keep this thing in the office, because it has no wireless capability or support.
I know the following:HP has a suite of programs that are variously called Insight Control Manager, Server Health driver, HP-health, hpasm, and a few more I can't remember. Obviously these are different iterations of the same program, but I have been unable to determine which one I need, and I've been completely unable to find a way to install any of them or find the repository that contains them.
The website: Download Drivers and SoftwareIt lists a lot of different Enterprise-class Server OSes, but nothing about Ubuntu or any home server OSes. I've only been at this for a week, so I don't know which of these would work with Ubuntu Server, or how to make them work if their aptitude file extension is not .deb. I'm currently running Server version 10.10, as 11.04 gave me monitor troubles.
I am in trouble on installing CentOs 5.4 to my old server ml370 G3. My Boss brought me a old server ML 370 G3 to install linux OS The server has only one scsi disk I downloaded CentOS 5.4 And I tried to install but Server hangs when it comes to load cciss driver I googled but i failed to find a soltuion to get over. I think it must be smartArray controller problem. i tried to make Driver Diskette for HP ProLiant Smart Array Controller but i don't have any desktop machine which have a flopy driver :( I don't know what i can do any more. is it possible to load dirver from cd media? If So , how to make driver CD Or way to install without driver diskette. It's my first time to install linux OS into server machine . I usally installed my desktop there was no problem to install to desktop machine
We have purchased Hp Proliant DL 380 G6 server after Raid 5 configuratin when i boot server from fedora or redhat bootable cd and i select "install fedora", after this installation cd is not able to detect hard drive or not able to copy required file in server.
I have One Server HP proliant Ml150 G5 with ARRAY Controller and I want to INSTALL REDHAT9 But OS When I install REDHAT9 IT gives NO hard disk Found ON HP SITE there is no driver for array controller for REDHAT9
I am running mandriva 2010.0 Kernel 184.108.40.206-server-1mnb for my web, mail, dns and ftp server. the problem is i couldn't run webmin on that server because of Mandriva can not detecting the graphic adapter
The server is HP Proliant DL160 G6, and the graphic adapter is ATI ES1000. i need the driver
I try to install linux Slakware 8.0 on HP Proliant 350ML server. I can boot from the CD but then anytime I do fdisk /dev/sda I see a message that the hard drive cannot be accessed. Is there anyting I can do to secceed?
I have a proliant dl120 server, with centos 5.4 and I want to monitoring the temperature and fault of the server but the software of hp seems don't work. I have tried to install lm-sensor follow this guide [URL] but the result is:
[root@serverhost bus]# yum install lm_sensors Loaded plugins: fastestmirror Loading mirror speeds from cached hostfile * addons: centos.intergenia.de * base: centos.xengage.it * extras: centos.xengage.it * updates: centos.intergenia.de Setting up Install Process Package lm_sensors-2.10.7-4.el5.x86_64 already installed and latest version Package lm_sensors-2.10.7-4.el5.i386 already installed and latest version Nothing to do [root@serverhost bus]# sensors-detect # sensors-detect revision 5291 (2008-06-23 23:40:46 -0700) .....
I have a problem with installing OpenSUSE 11.3 on my server Compaq ML370 G3.4 gb memory and 6 drives, all at 36,4Gb(scsi)On the server it is the Compaq Smart Array 532 controller. When i install from the DVD, after i choose the default keyboard, the an error comes up, and it is restarting the installation process.When i use liveCD i can get to the desktop, but then evrything hangs.
I have tryed the SLES 11 SP1 and i think and as I recall i can perhaps manually the drivers to the installation.But my main question is, Is there a way to add the controller drivers in the installation prosess of OpenSUSE 11.3?
I have Hp Proliant 370 G machine, when i installed windows server 2003, it does not making any fan noise. and I have installed RHEL 5, its continous making fan noise start from booting to till power off the system. my question is why it is noising and how to set it at rest.
I'm installing Centos 5.5 on a HP ProLiant DL180 Server with ~8 TB of hard disk (4 disks that have been pre-RAIDED), from an installation DVD.
Normally when I get to the partitions screen, I would select "remove all partitions etc".
But this gives me an error message "Your boot partition is on a disk using the GPT partition scheme but this machine cannot boot using GPT. This can happen if there is not enough space on your drives for the installation."
Pressed OK, tried the other three partition options but they led to the same outcome.
Tried Advanced storage configuration: Showed that there was one hard drive (c0d0) with ~ 8 TB of space.
I figured I should create a root sector, set one up with 100 MB of space, ext3, set the mount point as /.
Created a software raid of the remaining space.
Trying to go "next" gave me a similar error about GPT partition scheme. Trying various other configurations all gave similar errors about the GPT scheme.
What do I need to do? Some earlier hard format of the disk or something?
I've been trying to install Fedora14 on HP ProLiant ML330 server but it doesn't recognize HP Smart Array P410/512 BBWC controller, and thus won't see HDD's(Raid 1).
HP site lists only theese drivers: Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Microsoft Windows Server 2003 64-Bit Edition Microsoft Windows Server 2003 for 64-bit Extended Systems Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Essential Business Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Foundation Edition Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Itanium
I'm having a great deal of time getting Lucid Server up and running on my Compaq Proliant ML330 G2. I've put a thread up in installing and upgrading, but people there don't seem to have any ideas about my problem. Since I figured there would be a higher concentration of server users here,
I've got a Proliant ML330 G2, 2 1.4 GHz PIV's A dvd and CD drive on IDE1 (I'll explain why in a moment A 65 gb hdd on IDE2 and four 40gb hdd's on hardware ide raid.
I've tried everything, but I can't get the sucker to boot. Installing to the raid array doesn't work. Some array setups won't partition, and others aren't even recognized as arrays. I've tried disabling the raid array and installing to the IDE hdd (my original intention) but I just get bad system disk errors. It would be exceptionally helpful if anyone has one of these boxes, or has worked on one, but I'm willing to take advice from any direction at this point.
I have an HP ProLiant DL560 server with Debian 6.0 installed and cannot figure out how to get the fans to run at anything except high. I have searched google and this site, but cannot find anything that works on Debian 6; the SLES packages will install, but don't do anything.
Server Specs: HP ProLiant DL560 4x Intel Xeon 2.20GHz processors 6GB RAM 2x 72.8GB 15k rpm SCSI HDDs (Raid 1) 2x power supply
how to setup RAID on a Compaq Proliant DL580 G1 Server. Currently there is no OS installed. I used the SmartStart CD but there is no option to setup RAID. When I put in the boot CD for CentOS 5 it recognizes individual hard drives not a RAID Setup.
I have been trying to install centos on my hp servers and when i get to partitions my hard drives the OS does not detect any harddrives. I have 4 scsi drives and i believe a intergrated smart array controller.
Perty self explanitory, I'm trying to boot up ubunto server edition 10.10 from a USB stick (pen drive) and it works fine until step 3 when it says "Your installation CD-ROM couldn't be mounted. This probably means that the CD-ROM was not put in the drive. If so you can insert it and try again
Try again to mount the CD-ROM? <Yes> <No>"
I don't have an installation cd-rom! I put the .iso file onto a memory stick, inserted it into my old computer (which i will turn into a server later) , restarted it and got past the first two slides and got this error? Do I have to put the iso on a cd-rom?
We have done an installation on a blade server (HP) for RHEL4.5.
The server have an HP smart array 2200 controller and during installation it can see the controller and disks just fine.
The installation completes up to the point where the system needs to reboot , however after the reboot it does not start up again and get stuck at the message: "Trying to boot from drive c:"
We used the rescue option to mount the installation and cant find nythign wrong, even with the grub setup (except that it points to hd96 as its primary disk). we tried changing this to hd0 as well but still no luck.
After about 3 installations we are still not having any luck.
I've installed both Fedora 15 x64 and Fedora 14 x64 on an HP Proliant DL380 G4 with the HP SmartArray SCSI controller, 2x146GB UW320 SCSI drives.The server was running RH v4 with a hardware RAID 1 with uptime of 400+ days with no issues.I broke the HW RAID and made 2x volumes and software RAID. I have another identical server with 4x 146GB UW320 SCSI drives with Fedora 12 x64 and SW RAID, so I figured 14/15 should be the same process.What happens is the server runs great for a while, but when I leave it for a few hours, it becomes non-responsive. I've re-installed 15 and 14 multiple times now and also installed NRPE, which shows load increasing to the point to where the server is non-responsive. It hits high load levels (as reported by NRPE). The load levels appear to be increasing over time. Such as last night:
log off at midnight, load average 0/0/0 2:03 am - WARNING - load average: 9.91, 8.85, 6.75 3:03 am - WARNING - load average: 16.91, 15.86, 14.47
I am about to install ubuntu 10.04 to our DL160 g6 servers with p410 raid card. From the ubuntu validated hardware list, I can see that this hardware is validated to only 9.04. : [URL]..Nearly all other models are validated to 10.04. Have anyone tried using dl160 g6 with 10.04? What kind of problems we might face while trying?
I currently have my ftp server running off of my hp dl360. Ubuntu 9.10 server. I cannot seem to stream anything. I can use WINS and mount the share and then watch videos over my LAN like that but I want to stream my media over the internet, I already have a domain and NAT 100% set up with port forwarding. The snag I am hitting is I cannot seem to get streaming to work over the net.
the stats on the DL360g4p (1u rackmount) are as follows 1x Xeon 3.08GHz - 512MB cache 2 GB RAM 2x 300GB SCSI @ 10k RPM in raid0. gigabit NIC ubuntu 9.10 server
All web(http/ssh) traffic is forwarded to seperate ubuntu server VM running ontop of ESXi on a different 2u HP proliant dl380g3. All ftp/smb traffic is forwarded to the 1u dl360. I have tried vlc -I http (port 8080 redirected to ftpserver) under a detatched screen window and it failed to initialize video driver. I have an entire Directory that I would like to make available to stream.
I have a problem installing Ubuntu on an HP Proliant ML115. This server has a 1TB mirrored RAID setup (and 1 250GB drive), problem is, Ubuntu apparently doesnt like it, it detects the RAID but fails to partition the hard drives and the installation cant continue. I tried the guided partitioning using the whole disk (detected RAID array). Here is what syslog gives me:
May 17 22:32:30 main-menu: INFO: Menu item 'disk-detect' selected May 17 22:32:30 net/hw-detect.hotplug: Detected hotpluggable network interface eth0 May 17 22:32:30 net/hw-detect.hotplug: Detected hotpluggable network interface lo May 17 22:32:31 hw-detect: Loading PCMCIA bridge driver module: i82365 May 17 22:32:31 hw-detect: FATAL: Module i82365 not found.
PS: Im very noob regarding this kind of stuff so detailed instructions please, also feel free to give configuration tips