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ESX 5.5 Adapter Smart Array P410i disapeared

Posted on 2014-03-20
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Hi,

After a reboot of my esx server, HP Proliant DL380 G7, release 5.5 latest pack, i lost the adapter Smart Array P410i on the storage adapters view of the Vsphere client.

I done the upgrade of the firmware of the HP server but always the same problem.

any idea
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Do you loose the datastore too?
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According to vmware compatibility guide you cannot use plain 5.5 with that array, only 5.5U1 or HP custom driver (or whole image as said before) will show the disk.
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sorry for my late post...

the problem seems solved with the latest HP ESXi image.
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