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Oracle Hardware Management Pack 2.2 Release Notes
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Updates in Oracle Hardware Management Pack 2.2

New Features

Platform Support Added and Removed

Issues Fixed

Finding Documentation for Hardware Management Pack

Supported Servers and Operating Systems

Installation Notes and Issues

Installing on Oracle Solaris 11 SPARC (7141897)

Install glibc.i686 for Oracle Enterprise Linux 6 Before Running the Installer (7045379)

Red Hat Installation Dependencies

Install Path Issues

Software Has Not Passed Windows Logo Testing Warning Message During Hardware Management Pack Installation (6981579)

Windows Service Pack Update Required

ILOM 3.0 and Windows Server 2003 R2

SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 Requires an Updated mpt2sas for the Sun StorageTek 6Gb/s SAS REM/HBA (6956482)

Known Issues and Notes for Software Release 2.2

Common Management Pack Known Issues

Storage Viewer Known Issues

SNMP Agent Known Issues

FWupdate Known Issues

After Updating the Firmware on an Internal Expander Configured for a Sun StorageTek 6Gb/s SAS PCIe HBA, Internal (SGX-SAS6-INT-Z), a Reboot is Required (6970551)


FWUpdate Cannot Downgrade Firmware (6978199)


Automated Power Cycle Is Not Supported for Solaris and Windows Systems (6985009)

Cannot Update HDDs Firmware With fwupate update Command With Windows 2008 R2 and OEL 5.4 (6952534)

FDOMs on Sun Flash Accelerator F20 PCIe Card Cannot Be Seen in ILOM (6955698)

IPMI Initialization Causes an Error Message in the fwupdate.log File (6986715)

RAIDconfig Known Issues

BIOSconfig Known Issues

ILOMconfig Known Issues

IPMItool Known Issues

hwmgmtcli Known Issues

Automated Power Cycle Is Not Supported for Solaris and Windows Systems (6985009)

If a device requires an automated power cycle as specified in the firmware metadata, it is only supported on Linux operating systems for FWupdate. Automated power cycling is not currently supported for Windows and Solaris operating systems.

Linux power cycle support includes a power cycle duration of 10, 60 and 180 seconds. If a longer duration is needed, FWupdate will require the user to do a manual power cycle. The message for a manual power cycle is as follows:

Automatic system power action failed.Terminating fwupdate.
Please reset system manually and then proceed.
ERROR: Invalid option