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* RECOMMENDED * HPE Firmware Flash for QLogic Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapters for VMware vSphere 6.7

By downloading, you agree to the terms and conditions of the Hewlett Packard Enterprise Software License Agreement.
Note:  Some software requires a valid warranty, current Hewlett Packard Enterprise support contract, or a license fee.

Type: Firmware - Storage Fibre Channel and Fibre Channel Over Ethernet
Version: 2019.03.02(4 Apr 2019)
Operating System(s): VMware vSphere 6.7
Multi-part download
File name: CP038907.compsig (2.2 KB)
File name: CP038907.zip (7.2 MB)
This component upgrades the boot BIOS and firmware of QLogic Fibre Channel host bus adapters.

Added support for the following:

16Gb/32Gb Standup

Firmware:

  • Add support for FC NVMe (Non-volatile memory express) ready
  • Support Link cable Beacon (LCB)

BIOS:

  • Added support for 5830C Secure flash

UEFI:

  • Added support for 5830C Secure flash

Updated the Firmware/BIOS/UEFI packages for 8 Gb, 16 Gb and 32 Gb products.

  • 8 Gb HBA/Mezz
    • Package 3.79.02
    • Firmware 8.08.01
    • UEFI 6.66
    • BIOS 3.56
  • 16 Gb HBA/Mezz
    • Package 6.01.79
    • Firmware 8.08.203
    • UEFI 6.65
    • BIOS 3.43
  • 16/32 Gb 
    • Package 1.71.03
    • Firmware 8.08.204
    • UEFI 6.51
    • BIOS 3.64

Prerequisites:

Please consult SPOCK for a list of supported configurations available at the following link:

http://www.hpe.com/storage/spock/

The HPE supplied Qlogic driver must be installed prior to this firmware component being identified by SUM for deployment. The OOB driver is available on the Service Pack for ProLiant (SPP) which is available at http://www.hpe.com/servers/spp/download/


To ensure the integrity of your download, HPE recommends verifying your results with the following SHA-256 Checksum values:

297879e0487a5a8f1b4edda8b0ece9f452ca99f5db4eb4f9e6c54355093e4c55 CP038907.zip
99fd4fe2f1397ebc5c4412d983cc39abd41f2c063ed81aee981c4760d8ac4bff CP038907.compsig

Reboot Requirement:
Reboot is required after installation for updates to take effect and hardware stability to be maintained.


Installation:

To use Smart Update Manager from the Service Pack for ProLiant:
Offline:

  • Service Pack ProLiant Offline mode boots a special Linux OS environment, thus the Linux Smart Component are used, not the VMware Smart Components

Remote Online, if the component is supported by SUM but is not yet part of an SPP:

  • Download the appropriate Service Pack for ProLiant
  • Add the component to the Service Pack for ProLiant
  • Mount the Service Pack for ProLiant on a remote server running Windows or Linux that has a network connection to the ESXi host to be updated
  • Run Smart Update Manager via launch_sum.bat for Windows or launch_sum.sh for Linux
  • Add the ESXi host to be updated as a remote target/node
  • Enter the IP or DNS address of the ESXi host to be updated
  • Enter the ESXi host credentials (root or administrator username and password)
  • For Smart Update Manager 6.0 and newer, select both the Additional Package with the added component and the Service Pack for ProLiant Baseline on the node Inventory page.
  • Follow Smart Update Manager Steps and complete the firmware update.
  • Refer to the Service Pack for ProLiant Documentation for detailed instructions at: www.hpe.com/servers/spp/download

To use HPE Insight Control for vCenter :

  • Log in to the vSphere Client.
  • Select a server or cluster in the inventory tree.
  • Click the HPE Insight Management tab.
  • Follow Insight Control for vCenter steps to update firmware using a Smart Component

To update firmware from VMware ESXi operating system on target server:

  • Enable Tech Support Mode on the ESXi host.
  • Login as root. (You must be root in order to apply the ROM update.)
  • Place the Smart Component (CPxxxxxx.zip) in a temporary directory.
  • From the same directory, unzip the Smart Component.
    • unzip CPxxxxxx.zip
  • Ensure that the file CPxxxxxx.vmexe is executable. Execute the command:
    • chmod +x CPxxxxxx.vmexe
  • To perform the standalone installation, execute the command:
    • ./CPxxxxxx.vmexe
  • Follow the directions given by the Smart Component.
  • Logout
  • Disable Tech Support Mode on the ESXi host
  • Reboot your system, if required, for the firmware update to take effect

End User License Agreements:
HPE Software License Agreement v1
Hewlett-Packard End User License Agreement


Upgrade Requirement:
Recommended - HPE recommends users update to this version at their earliest convenience.


Important:

HPE StoreFabric QLogic Adapter Release Notes


Supported Devices and Features:

This firmware supports the following HPE adapters:       

8Gb FC:     

  • HP 81Q PCIe Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter           
  • HP 82Q 8Gb Dual Port PCIe Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter 
  • HPE StoreFabric 84Q 4P 8Gb Fibre Channel HBA
  • HP QMH2572 8Gb Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter for c-Class BladeSystem

16Gb FC:

  • HP QMH2672 16Gb Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter for c-Class BladeSystem
  • HP StoreFabric SN1000Q 16GB 2-port PCIe Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter
  • HP StoreFabric SN1000Q 16GB 1-port PCIe Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter
  • HP StoreFabric SN1100Q 16GB 2-port PCIe Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter  
  • HP StoreFabric SN1100Q 16GB 1-port PCIe Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter
  • HPE Synergy 3830C 16G Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter

32Gb FC:

  • HPE StoreFabric SN1600Q 32Gb Single Port Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter
  • HPE StoreFabric SN1600Q 32Gb Dual Port Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter
  • HPE Synergy 5830C 32Gb Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter

Upgrade Requirement:
Recommended - HPE recommends users update to this version at their earliest convenience.


Fixed the following

  • Resolves firmware upgrade failures of QLogic Ethernet components which share the same libraries

For more details please go through the document titled "HPE Network Adapters - HPE QLogic NX2 Online Firmware Upgrade Utility for VMware 6.7 Version 2019.03.01 May Fail to Complete In the SPP 2019.03.0, When an HPE QLogic Fibre Channel Network Adapter Is Configured on a ProLiant Gen9 Server" at the following link:

https://support.hpe.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?docId=emr_na-a00069344en_us

Version:2019.12.05 (2 Apr 2020)
Fixes

Upgrade Requirement:
Critical - HPE requires users update to this version immediately.


Fixed the following:

In extremely rare cases, the following QLogic Fibre Channel (FC) Host Bus Adapters (HBAs), SN1100Q, SN1600Q and SN1610Q may cause the host Operating System (OS) to stop. Subsequent OS reboot may reveal some filesystem data is unavailable or inconsistent. Out of an abundance of caution, HPE updated the Firmware/BIOS/UEFI (Boot Image) packages for these adapters to eliminate possible exposure to this extremely rare but critical issue.

For more details please go through the document titled "HPE ProLiant, Synergy and Superdome Flex Host Bus Adapters (HBA) - Certain Fibre Channel HBA Firmware May Cause the Operating System to Halt and Potentially Compromise Filesystem Data Integrity" at the following link:
https://support.hpe.com/hpesc/public/docDisplay?docLocale=en_US&docId=a00094722en_us.

Enhancements

Updated the Firmware/BIOS/UEFI packages for following:

  • Gen4 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter:
    • Package 3.81.05
    • Firmware 8.08.206
    • UEFI 7.00
    • BIOS 3.56
  • Gen5 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter:
    • Package 6.02.01
    • Firmware 8.08.230
    • UEFI 7.02
    • BIOS 3.43
  • Gen6 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter: 
    • Package 1.73.08
    • Firmware 8.08.230
    • UEFI 7.02
    • BIOS 3.64
  • Gen7 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter:  
    • Package 02.02.18
    • Firmware 09.02.20
    • UEFI 7.08
    • BIOS 0.0

Version:2019.12.03 (9 Mar 2020)
Fixes

Upgrade Requirement:
Recommended - HPE recommends users update to this version at their earliest convenience.


Fixed the following:

In extremely rare cases, the following QLogic Fibre Channel (FC) Host Bus Adapters (HBAs), SN1100Q, SN1600Q and SN1610Q may cause the host Operating System (OS) to stop. Subsequent OS reboot may reveal some filesystem data is unavailable or inconsistent. Out of an abundance of caution, HPE updated the Firmware/BIOS/UEFI (Boot Image) packages for these adapters to eliminate possible exposure to this extremely rare but critical issue.

For more details please go through the document titled "HPE ProLiant, Synergy and Superdome Flex Host Bus Adapters (HBA) - Certain Fibre Channel HBA Firmware May Cause the Operating System to Halt and Potentially Compromise Filesystem Data Integrity" at the following link:
https://support.hpe.com/hpesc/public/docDisplay?docLocale=en_US&docId=a00094722en_us.

Enhancements

Updated the Firmware/BIOS/UEFI packages for following:

  • Gen4 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter:
    • Package 3.81.05
    • Firmware 8.08.206
    • UEFI 7.00
    • BIOS 3.56
  • Gen5 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter:
    • Package 6.02.01
    • Firmware 8.08.230
    • UEFI 7.02
    • BIOS 3.43
  • Gen6 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter: 
    • Package 1.73.08
    • Firmware 8.08.230
    • UEFI 7.02
    • BIOS 3.64
  • Gen7 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter:  
    • Package 02.02.18
    • Firmware 09.02.20
    • UEFI 7.08
    • BIOS 0.0

Version:2019.12.02 (25 Dec 2019)
Fixes

Upgrade Requirement:
Critical - HPE requires users update to this version immediately.


*REMOVED* This component is NO LONGER AVAILABLE for download. Newer component with added support for all Host bus adapters is available. Click 'Obtain software link' to open the webpage of the replacement component

Fixed the following:

In extremely rare cases, the following QLogic Fibre Channel (FC) Host Bus Adapters (HBAs), SN1100Q, SN1600Q and SN1610Q may cause the host Operating System (OS) to stop. Subsequent OS reboot may reveal some filesystem data is unavailable or inconsistent. Out of an abundance of caution, HPE updated the Firmware/BIOS/UEFI (Boot Image) packages for these adapters to eliminate possible exposure to this extremely rare but critical issue

For more details please go through the document titled "HPE ProLiant, Synergy and Superdome Flex Host Bus Adapters (HBA) - Certain Fibre Channel HBA Firmware May Cause the Operating System to Halt and Potentially Compromise Filesystem Data Integrity" at the following link:

https://support.hpe.com/hpesc/public/docDisplay?docLocale=en_US&docId=a00094722en_us

Enhancements

*REMOVED* This component is NO LONGER AVAILABLE for download. Newer component with added support for all Host bus adapters is available. Click 'Obtain software link' to open the webpage of the replacement component

Updated the Firmware/BIOS/UEFI packages for following:

  • Gen6 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter: 
    • Package 1.73.08
    • Firmware 8.08.230
    • UEFI 7.02
    • BIOS 3.64
  • Gen7 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter:  
    • Package 02.02.18
    • Firmware 09.02.20
    • UEFI 7.08
    • BIOS 0.0

Version:2019.12.01 (20 Dec 2019)
Fixes

Upgrade Requirement:
Recommended - HPE recommends users update to this version at their earliest convenience.


*REMOVED* This component is NO LONGER AVAILABLE for download due to the the following :

In extremely rare cases, the following QLogic Fibre Channel (FC) Host Bus Adapters (HBAs), SN1100Q, SN1600Q and SN1610Q may cause the host Operating System (OS) to stop. Subsequent OS reboot may reveal some filesystem data is unavailable or inconsistent.

For more details please go through the document titled "HPE ProLiant, Synergy and Superdome Flex Host Bus Adapters (HBA) - Certain Fibre Channel HBA Firmware May Cause the Operating System to Halt and Potentially Compromise Filesystem Data Integrity" at the following link:

https://support.hpe.com/hpesc/public/docDisplay?docLocale=en_US&docId=a00094722en_us

The newer component with fix is available, click 'Obtain software link' to open the webpage of the replacement component

Fixed the following:

Gen 4 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter:

Firmware:

  • Unexpected behavior of an Initiator performance seen when certain targets return otherwise good FCP_RSP IUs, but containing a non-zero parameter field. This was caused by configuring the application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC) to treat this condition as a non-performance case
  • Firmware system unexpected behavior that occurred in target mode during an Fibre Channel Protocol (FCP) exchange for a write Input Output (IO)
  • Firmware system unexpected behavior or non-fatal unexpected behavior resulting from the aborted Direct Memory Access (DMA) of an FCP _RSP IU payload to the host.
  • Eliminate stalls when transmitting response frame after data frames in certain cases.

BIOS:

  • NONE

UEFI:

  • NONE

Gen 5 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter:

Firmware:

  • The link did not come up with a certain 16G Small Form- factor Pluggable (SFP) model that required longer time to complete a write access than the firmware expected
  • After the link was brought down over an electrical connection, the Loss of Sync counter of the Link Error Status Block was not incremented due to an unhandled transition in the FC_port state machine
  • Unexpected behavior of an Initiator performance seen when certain targets return otherwise good FCP_RSP IUs, but containing a non-zero parameter field. This was caused by configuring the application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC) to treat this condition as a non-performance case

BIOS:

  • NONE

UEFI:

  • NONE

Gen 6 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter:

Firmware:

  • The link did not come up with a certain 16G Small Form- factor Pluggable (SFP) model that required longer time to complete a write access than the firmware expected
  • After the link was brought down over an electrical connection, the Loss of Sync counter of the Link Error Status Block was not incremented due to an unhandled transition in the FC_port state machine
  • Unexpected behavior of an Initiator performance seen when certain targets return otherwise good FCP_RSP IUs, but containing a non-zero parameter field. This was caused by configuring the application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC) to treat this condition as a non-performance case

BIOS:

  • NONE

UEFI:

  • Firmware Management Protocol SetImage unexpected behavior that caused QLogic Converge Console (QCC) Command Line Interface (CLI) to display the wrong Flash Image Version.
Enhancements

*REMOVED* This component is NO LONGER AVAILABLE for download due to the the following :

In extremely rare cases, the following QLogic Fibre Channel (FC) Host Bus Adapters (HBAs), SN1100Q, SN1600Q and SN1610Q may cause the host Operating System (OS) to stop. Subsequent OS reboot may reveal some filesystem data is unavailable or inconsistent.

For more details please go through the document titled "HPE ProLiant, Synergy and Superdome Flex Host Bus Adapters (HBA) - Certain Fibre Channel HBA Firmware May Cause the Operating System to Halt and Potentially Compromise Filesystem Data Integrity" at the following link:

https://support.hpe.com/hpesc/public/docDisplay?docLocale=en_US&docId=a00094722en_us

The newer component with fix is available, click 'Obtain software link' to open the webpage of the replacement component

Gen 4 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter:

UEFI:

  • Config Reset Protocol now checks the Level parameter.
  • Changed Human Information Infrastructure (HII) Configuration Language name to x-UEFI-MARVELL.
  • Updated Legacy Human Information Infrastructure (HII) strings.
  • Updated Firmware Management Protocol Human Information Infrastructure (HII) strings.
  • Driver Health Protocol now supports child handles.
  • Config Reset Protocol now restores adapter World Wide Port Name (WWPN) & World Wide Node Name (WWNN).
  • Added UEFI 2.7 support

Gen 5 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter:

UEFI:

  • Removed Loaded Image Protocol check from Driver Binding Protocol.
  • Config Reset Protocol now checks the Level parameter.
  • Changed Human Information Infrastructure (HII) Configuration Language name to x-UEFI-MARVELL.
  • Updated Legacy Human Information Infrastructure (HII) strings.
  • Updated Firmware Management Protocol Human Information Infrastructure (HII) strings.
  • Driver Health Protocol now supports child handles.
  • Config Reset Protocol now restores adapter World Wide Port Name (WWPN) & World Wide Node Name (WWNN).
  • Added UEFI 2.7 support

Gen 6 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter:

UEFI:

  • Removed Loaded Image Protocol check from Driver Binding Protocol.
  • Config Reset Protocol now checks the Level parameter.
  • Changed Human Information Infrastructure (HII) Configuration Language name to x-UEFI-MARVELL.
  • Updated Legacy Human Information Infrastructure (HII) strings.
  • Updated Firmware Management Protocol Human Information Infrastructure (HII) strings.
  • Driver Health Protocol now supports child handles.
  • Config Reset Protocol now restores adapter World Wide Port Name (WWPN) & World Wide Node Name (WWNN).
  • Added UEFI 2.7 support

Updated the Firmware/BIOS/UEFI packages for 8 Gb, 16 Gb and 32 Gb products.

  • Gen4 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter:
    • Package 3.81.05
    • Firmware 8.08.206
    • UEFI 7.00
    • BIOS 3.56
  • Gen5 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter:
    • Package 6.02.01
    • Firmware 8.08.230
    • UEFI 7.02
    • BIOS 3.43
  • Gen6 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter: 
    • Package 1.73.07
    • Firmware 8.08.230
    • UEFI 7.02
    • BIOS 3.64
  • Gen7 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter:  
    • Package 02.02.15
    • Firmware 09.02.02
    • UEFI 7.08
    • BIOS 0.0

Version:2019.10.01 (10 Oct 2019)
Enhancements

Upgrade Requirement:
Recommended - HPE recommends users update to this version at their earliest convenience.


Added support for the following:

Gen 7 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter: 

  • HPE SN1610Q 32Gb 2P FC HBA
  • HPE SN1610Q 32Gb 1P FC HBA

Updated the Firmware/BIOS/UEFI packages for  32 Gb products.

  • Gen7 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter:  
    • Package 02.02.15
    • Firmware 09.02.02
    • UEFI 7.08
    • BIOS 0.0

Version:2019.03.05 (1 Apr 2020)
Fixes

Upgrade Requirement:
Critical - HPE requires users update to this version immediately.


Fixed the following:

In extremely rare cases, the following QLogic Fibre Channel (FC) Host Bus Adapters (HBAs), SN1100Q, SN1600Q and 5830c may cause the host Operating System (OS) to stop. Subsequent OS reboot may reveal some filesystem data is unavailable or inconsistent. Out of an abundance of caution, HPE updated the Firmware/BIOS/UEFI (Boot Image) packages for these adapters to eliminate possible exposure to this extremely rare but critical issue.

For more details please go through the document titled "HPE ProLiant, Synergy and Superdome Flex Host Bus Adapters (HBA) - Certain Fibre Channel HBA Firmware May Cause the Operating System to Halt and Potentially Compromise Filesystem Data Integrity" at the following link:
https://support.hpe.com/hpesc/public/docDisplay?docLocale=en_US&docId=a00094722en_us

Enhancements

Updated the Firmware/BIOS/UEFI packages for following:

  • Gen4 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter:
    • Package 3.79.02
    • Firmware 8.08.01
    • UEFI 6.66
    • BIOS 3.56
  • Gen5 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter:
    • Package 6.01.79
    • Firmware 8.08.203
    • UEFI 6.65
    • BIOS 3.43
  • Gen6 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter: 
    • Package 1.72.03
    • Firmware 8.08.220
    • UEFI 6.51
    • BIOS 3.64

Version:2019.03.04 (25 Dec 2019)
Fixes

Upgrade Requirement:
Critical - HPE requires users update to this version immediately.


*REMOVED* This component is NO LONGER AVAILABLE for download. Newer component with added support for all Host bus adapters is available. Click 'Obtain software link' to open the webpage of the replacement component

Fixed the following:

In extremely rare cases, the following QLogic Fibre Channel (FC) Host Bus Adapters (HBAs), SN1100Q, SN1600Q and 5830c may cause the host Operating System (OS) to stop. Subsequent OS reboot may reveal some filesystem data is unavailable or inconsistent. Out of an abundance of caution, HPE updated the Firmware/BIOS/UEFI (Boot Image) packages for these adapters to eliminate possible exposure to this extremely rare but critical issue.

For more details please go through the document titled "HPE ProLiant, Synergy and Superdome Flex Host Bus Adapters (HBA) - Certain Fibre Channel HBA Firmware May Cause the Operating System to Halt and Potentially Compromise Filesystem Data Integrity" at the following link:

https://support.hpe.com/hpesc/public/docDisplay?docLocale=en_US&docId=a00094722en_us

Enhancements

*REMOVED* This component is NO LONGER AVAILABLE for download. Newer component with added support for all Host bus adapters is available. Click 'Obtain software link' to open the webpage of the replacement component

Updated the Firmware/BIOS/UEFI packages for following:

  • Gen6 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter: 
    • Package 1.72.03
    • Firmware 8.08.220
    • UEFI 6.51
    • BIOS 3.64

Version:2019.03.03 (25 Jul 2019)
Fixes

Upgrade Requirement:
Recommended - HPE recommends users update to this version at their earliest convenience.


Fixed the following

Transceiver with part number 5700-0077 requires a minimum of 10ms after a write operation before reading it back. But the current Firmware is not waiting long enough, manifests as an intermittently incomplete to connect to Fabric

For more details please go through the document titled "HPE StoreFabric Host Bus Adapters - During A Server Power-On Sequence, A SN1100Q Or SN1600Q Fibre Channel Adapter With A Specific 16GB Transceiver Will Intermittently Fail To Connect To All FC Switches At Both The UEFI And OS Levels" at the following link:
https://support.hpe.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?docId=emr_na-a00078768en_us

Enhancements

Updated the Firmware/BIOS/UEFI packages for 8 Gb, 16 Gb and 32 Gb products.

  • Gen4 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter:
    • Package 3.79.02
    • Firmware 8.08.01
    • UEFI 6.66
    • BIOS 3.56
  • Gen5 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter:
    • Package 6.01.79
    • Firmware 8.08.203
    • UEFI 6.65
    • BIOS 3.43
  • Gen6 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter: 
    • Package 1.72.02
    • Firmware 8.08.220
    • UEFI 6.51
    • BIOS 3.64

Version:2019.03.02 (4 Apr 2019)
Fixes

Upgrade Requirement:
Recommended - HPE recommends users update to this version at their earliest convenience.


Fixed the following

  • Resolves firmware upgrade failures of QLogic Ethernet components which share the same libraries

For more details please go through the document titled "HPE Network Adapters - HPE QLogic NX2 Online Firmware Upgrade Utility for VMware 6.7 Version 2019.03.01 May Fail to Complete In the SPP 2019.03.0, When an HPE QLogic Fibre Channel Network Adapter Is Configured on a ProLiant Gen9 Server" at the following link:

https://support.hpe.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?docId=emr_na-a00069344en_us

Enhancements

Added support for the following:

16Gb/32Gb Standup

Firmware:

  • Add support for FC NVMe (Non-volatile memory express) ready
  • Support Link cable Beacon (LCB)

BIOS:

  • Added support for 5830C Secure flash

UEFI:

  • Added support for 5830C Secure flash

Updated the Firmware/BIOS/UEFI packages for 8 Gb, 16 Gb and 32 Gb products.

  • 8 Gb HBA/Mezz
    • Package 3.79.02
    • Firmware 8.08.01
    • UEFI 6.66
    • BIOS 3.56
  • 16 Gb HBA/Mezz
    • Package 6.01.79
    • Firmware 8.08.203
    • UEFI 6.65
    • BIOS 3.43
  • 16/32 Gb 
    • Package 1.71.03
    • Firmware 8.08.204
    • UEFI 6.51
    • BIOS 3.64

Version:2019.03.01 (2 Apr 2019)
Fixes

Upgrade Requirement:
Recommended - HPE recommends users update to this version at their earliest convenience.


*REMOVED* This component is NO LONGER AVAILABLE for download due to the the following :

In extremely rare cases, the following QLogic Fibre Channel (FC) Host Bus Adapters (HBAs), SN1100Q, SN1600Q and 5830c may cause the host Operating System (OS) to stop. Subsequent OS reboot may reveal some filesystem data is unavailable or inconsistent.

For more details please go through the document titled "HPE ProLiant, Synergy and Superdome Flex Host Bus Adapters (HBA) - Certain Fibre Channel HBA Firmware May Cause the Operating System to Halt and Potentially Compromise Filesystem Data Integrity" at the following link:

https://support.hpe.com/hpesc/public/docDisplay?docLocale=en_US&docId=a00094722en_us

The newer component with fix is available, click 'Obtain software link' to open the webpage of the replacement component

Fixed the following

8Gb Standup & 8Gb Mezzanine

Firmware:

  • Fix regression where the firmware returned Time Out error code under heavy load.

UEFI

  • Driver progress messages are no longer displayed on SuperDome servers.
  • Corrected Driver Health string format on Gen10 servers

16Gb Standup & 16Gb Mezzanine

Firmware:

  • Fix unexpected behavior related to Diagnostic Port and Link Diagnostics operations (loopback, echo etc)

UEFI:

  • Driver progress messages are no longer displayed on SuperDome servers.
  • Corrected Driver Health string format on Gen10 servers.


16Gb/32Gb Standup

Firmware:

  • Fix unexpected behavior related to Diagnostic Port and Link Diagnostics operations (loopback, echo etc)

UEFI:

  • Corrected Driver Health string format on Gen10 servers.
  • Driver progress messages are no longer displayed on SuperDome servers.
  • Fixed QUIC (QUIC Protocol)
Enhancements

*REMOVED* This component is NO LONGER AVAILABLE for download due to the the following :

In extremely rare cases, the following QLogic Fibre Channel (FC) Host Bus Adapters (HBAs), SN1100Q, SN1600Q and 5830c may cause the host Operating System (OS) to stop. Subsequent OS reboot may reveal some filesystem data is unavailable or inconsistent.

For more details please go through the document titled "HPE ProLiant, Synergy and Superdome Flex Host Bus Adapters (HBA) - Certain Fibre Channel HBA Firmware May Cause the Operating System to Halt and Potentially Compromise Filesystem Data Integrity" at the following link:

https://support.hpe.com/hpesc/public/docDisplay?docLocale=en_US&docId=a00094722en_us

The newer component with fix is available, click 'Obtain software link' to open the webpage of the replacement component

Added support for the following:

16Gb/32Gb Standup

Firmware:

  • Add support for FC NVMe (Non-volatile memory express) ready
  • Support Link cable Beacon (LCB)

BIOS:

  • Added support for 5830C Secure flash

UEFI:

  • Added support for 5830C Secure flash

Updated the Firmware/BIOS/UEFI packages for 8 Gb, 16 Gb and 32 Gb products.

  • 8 Gb HBA/Mezz
    • Package 3.79.02
    • Firmware 8.08.01
    • UEFI 6.66
    • BIOS 3.56
  • 16 Gb HBA/Mezz
    • Package 6.01.79
    • Firmware 8.08.203
    • UEFI 6.65
    • BIOS 3.43
  • 16/32 Gb 
    • Package 1.71.03
    • Firmware 8.08.204
    • UEFI 6.51
    • BIOS 3.64

Version:2018.11.02 (1 Apr 2020)
Fixes

Upgrade Requirement:
Critical - HPE requires users update to this version immediately.


Fixed the following:

In extremely rare cases, the following QLogic Fibre Channel (FC) Host Bus Adapters (HBAs), SN1100Q and SN1600Q may cause the host Operating System (OS) to stop. Subsequent OS reboot may reveal some filesystem data is unavailable or inconsistent. Out of an abundance of caution, HPE updated the Firmware/BIOS/UEFI (Boot Image) packages for these adapters to eliminate possible exposure to this extremely rare but critical issue.

For more details please go through the document titled "HPE ProLiant, Synergy and Superdome Flex Host Bus Adapters (HBA) - Certain Fibre Channel HBA Firmware May Cause the Operating System to Halt and Potentially Compromise Filesystem Data Integrity" at the following link:

https://support.hpe.com/hpesc/public/docDisplay?docLocale=en_US&docId=a00094722en_us

Enhancements

Updated the Firmware/BIOS/UEFI packages for following:

  • Gen4 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapters:
    • Package 3.77.08
    • Firmware 8.07.00
    • UEFI 6.64
    • BIOS 3.56
  • Gen 5 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapters:
    • Package 6.01.59
    • Firmware 8.07.16
    • UEFI 6.63
    • BIOS 3.43
  • Gen 6 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapters
    • Package 01.71.85
    • Firmware 8.07.18
    • UEFI 6.47
    • BIOS 3.54

Version:2018.11.01 (27 Nov 2018)
Fixes

Upgrade Requirement:
Recommended - HPE recommends users update to this version at their earliest convenience.


*REMOVED* This component is NO LONGER AVAILABLE for download due to the the following :

In extremely rare cases, the following QLogic Fibre Channel (FC) Host Bus Adapters (HBAs), SN1100Q and SN1600Q may cause the host Operating System (OS) to stop. Subsequent OS reboot may reveal some filesystem data is unavailable or inconsistent.

For more details please go through the document titled "HPE ProLiant, Synergy and Superdome Flex Host Bus Adapters (HBA) - Certain Fibre Channel HBA Firmware May Cause the Operating System to Halt and Potentially Compromise Filesystem Data Integrity" at the following link:

https://support.hpe.com/hpesc/public/docDisplay?docLocale=en_US&docId=a00094722en_us

The newer component with fix is available, click 'Obtain software link' to open the webpage of the replacement component

Fixed the following

8Gb Standup & 8Gb Mezzanine

UEFI

  • Firmware Management Protocol now supports flashing older Multiboot versions.
  • Firmware Management Protocol SetImage no longer displays dots on the screen.
  • The following HII (Human Interface Infrastructure) fields now require a reboot after value change:
    Legacy BIOS (Basic Input Output System) Selectable Boot

 

16Gb Standup & 16Gb Mezzanine

Firmware

  • Bring up up-link in 32G or 16G optical environment (FEC (Forward Error Correction) only) when connected with remote device that is not setting the SN bit to zero and TC bit to 1 at the same time during the speed negotiation phase and delays transmitting NOS during LQT phase.
  • Dropped FCP_CMD frame by a virtual port (VP index greater than 0) logged into the fabric via Fabric Login (FLOGI) while the primary adapter port (VP0) was disabled via Global VP (Virtual Port) Options bit 2 of Initialize Multi-ID Firmware MBC (0048h).

UEFI

  • Firmware Management Protocol now supports flashing older Multiboot versions.
  • Firmware Management Protocol SetImage no longer displays dots on the screen.
  • The following HII (Human Interface Infrastructure) fields now require a reboot after value change:
    Fabric Assigned WWPN (World Wide Port Name), Fabric Assigned Boot Logical Unit (LUN), Legacy BIOS (Basic Input Output System) Selectable Boot.

 

16Gb/32Gb Standup

Firmware

  • Bring up up-link in 32G or 16G optical environment (FEC (Forward Error Correction) only) when connected with remote device that is not setting the SN bit to zero and TC bit to 1 at the same time during the speed negotiation phase and delays transmitting NOS during LQT phase.

UEFI

  • Firmware Management Protocol now supports flashing older Multiboot versions.
  • Firmware Management Protocol SetImage no longer displays dots on the screen.
  • The following HII (Human Interface Infrastructure)  fields now require a reboot after value change:
    FC (Fibre Channel) Tape, Fabric Assigned WWPN (World Wide Port Name), Fabric Assigned Boot LUN (Logical Unit), Legacy BIOS (Basic Input Output System) Selectable Boot.
  • Changed Legacy BIOS (Basic Input Output System) Selectable Boot HII (Human Interface Infrastructure) default to Enabled.
Enhancements

*REMOVED* This component is NO LONGER AVAILABLE for download due to the the following :

In extremely rare cases, the following QLogic Fibre Channel (FC) Host Bus Adapters (HBAs), SN1100Q and SN1600Q may cause the host Operating System (OS) to stop. Subsequent OS reboot may reveal some filesystem data is unavailable or inconsistent.

For more details please go through the document titled "HPE ProLiant, Synergy and Superdome Flex Host Bus Adapters (HBA) - Certain Fibre Channel HBA Firmware May Cause the Operating System to Halt and Potentially Compromise Filesystem Data Integrity" at the following link:

https://support.hpe.com/hpesc/public/docDisplay?docLocale=en_US&docId=a00094722en_us

The newer component with fix is available, click 'Obtain software link' to open the webpage of the replacement component

Added support for the following:

16Gb Standup & 16Gb Mezzanine

  • Power Loss calculation in D_port (Destination port) operation.

16Gb/32Gb Standup

  • Power Loss calculation in D_port (Destination port) operation.
  • Support maximum training timeout for 32Gbps data rate per FC-FS-4 (Fibre Channel Framing and Signaling) specification.

Updated the Firmware/BIOS/UEFI packages for 8 Gb, 16 Gb and 32 Gb products.

  • 8 Gb HBA/Mezz
    • Package 3.77.08
    • Firmware 8.07.00
    • UEFI 6.64
    • BIOS 3.56
       
  • 16 Gb HBA/Mezz
    • Package 6.01.59
    • Firmware 8.07.16
    • UEFI 6.63
    • BIOS 3.43
       
  • 16/32 Gb 
    • Package 01.70.85
    • Firmware 8.07.18
    • UEFI 6.47
    • BIOS 3.54

Version:2018.06.03 (1 Apr 2020)
Fixes

Upgrade Requirement:
Critical - HPE requires users update to this version immediately.


Fixed the following:

In extremely rare cases, the following QLogic Fibre Channel (FC) Host Bus Adapters (HBAs), SN1100Q and SN1600Q may cause the host Operating System (OS) to stop. Subsequent OS reboot may reveal some filesystem data is unavailable or inconsistent. Out of an abundance of caution, HPE updated the Firmware/BIOS/UEFI (Boot Image) packages for these adapters to eliminate possible exposure to this extremely rare but critical issue.

For more details please go through the document titled "HPE ProLiant, Synergy and Superdome Flex Host Bus Adapters (HBA) - Certain Fibre Channel HBA Firmware May Cause the Operating System to Halt and Potentially Compromise Filesystem Data Integrity" at the following link:

https://support.hpe.com/hpesc/public/docDisplay?docLocale=en_US&docId=a00094722en_us

Enhancements

  • Gen4 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapters:
    • Package 3.77.08
    • Firmware 8.07.00
    • UEFI 6.64
    • BIOS 3.56
  • Gen 5 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapters:
    • Package 6.01.59
    • Firmware 8.07.16
    • UEFI 6.63
    • BIOS 3.43
  • Gen 6 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapters
    • Package 01.71.85
    • Firmware 8.07.18
    • UEFI 6.47
    • BIOS 3.54

Version:2018.06.02 (24 Jan 2020)
Fixes

Upgrade Requirement:
Critical - HPE requires users update to this version immediately.


*REMOVED* This component is NO LONGER AVAILABLE for download. Newer component with added support for all Host bus adapters is available. Click 'Obtain software link' to open the webpage of the replacement component

Fixed the following:

In extremely rare cases, the following QLogic Fibre Channel (FC) Host Bus Adapters (HBAs), SN1100Q and SN1600Q may cause the host Operating System (OS) to stop. Subsequent OS reboot may reveal some filesystem data is unavailable or inconsistent. Out of an abundance of caution, HPE updated the Firmware/BIOS/UEFI (Boot Image) packages for these adapters to eliminate possible exposure to this extremely rare but critical issue.

For more details please go through the document titled "HPE ProLiant, Synergy and Superdome Flex Host Bus Adapters (HBA) - Certain Fibre Channel HBA Firmware May Cause the Operating System to Halt and Potentially Compromise Filesystem Data Integrity" at the following link:

https://support.hpe.com/hpesc/public/docDisplay?docLocale=en_US&docId=a00094722en_us

Enhancements

*REMOVED* This component is NO LONGER AVAILABLE for download. Newer component with added support for all Host bus adapters is available. Click 'Obtain software link' to open the webpage of the replacement component

Updated the Firmware/BIOS/UEFI packages for following:

  • Gen 6 Adapters
    • Package 01.71.85
    • Firmware 8.07.18
    • UEFI 6.47
    • BIOS 3.54

Type: Firmware - Storage Fibre Channel and Fibre Channel Over Ethernet
Version: 2019.03.02(4 Apr 2019)
Operating System(s):
VMware vSphere 6.7

Description

This component upgrades the boot BIOS and firmware of QLogic Fibre Channel host bus adapters.

Enhancements

Added support for the following:

16Gb/32Gb Standup

Firmware:

  • Add support for FC NVMe (Non-volatile memory express) ready
  • Support Link cable Beacon (LCB)

BIOS:

  • Added support for 5830C Secure flash

UEFI:

  • Added support for 5830C Secure flash

Updated the Firmware/BIOS/UEFI packages for 8 Gb, 16 Gb and 32 Gb products.

  • 8 Gb HBA/Mezz
    • Package 3.79.02
    • Firmware 8.08.01
    • UEFI 6.66
    • BIOS 3.56
  • 16 Gb HBA/Mezz
    • Package 6.01.79
    • Firmware 8.08.203
    • UEFI 6.65
    • BIOS 3.43
  • 16/32 Gb 
    • Package 1.71.03
    • Firmware 8.08.204
    • UEFI 6.51
    • BIOS 3.64

Installation Instructions

Prerequisites:

Please consult SPOCK for a list of supported configurations available at the following link:

http://www.hpe.com/storage/spock/

The HPE supplied Qlogic driver must be installed prior to this firmware component being identified by SUM for deployment. The OOB driver is available on the Service Pack for ProLiant (SPP) which is available at http://www.hpe.com/servers/spp/download/


To ensure the integrity of your download, HPE recommends verifying your results with the following SHA-256 Checksum values:

297879e0487a5a8f1b4edda8b0ece9f452ca99f5db4eb4f9e6c54355093e4c55 CP038907.zip
99fd4fe2f1397ebc5c4412d983cc39abd41f2c063ed81aee981c4760d8ac4bff CP038907.compsig

Reboot Requirement:
Reboot is required after installation for updates to take effect and hardware stability to be maintained.


Installation:

To use Smart Update Manager from the Service Pack for ProLiant:
Offline:

  • Service Pack ProLiant Offline mode boots a special Linux OS environment, thus the Linux Smart Component are used, not the VMware Smart Components

Remote Online, if the component is supported by SUM but is not yet part of an SPP:

  • Download the appropriate Service Pack for ProLiant
  • Add the component to the Service Pack for ProLiant
  • Mount the Service Pack for ProLiant on a remote server running Windows or Linux that has a network connection to the ESXi host to be updated
  • Run Smart Update Manager via launch_sum.bat for Windows or launch_sum.sh for Linux
  • Add the ESXi host to be updated as a remote target/node
  • Enter the IP or DNS address of the ESXi host to be updated
  • Enter the ESXi host credentials (root or administrator username and password)
  • For Smart Update Manager 6.0 and newer, select both the Additional Package with the added component and the Service Pack for ProLiant Baseline on the node Inventory page.
  • Follow Smart Update Manager Steps and complete the firmware update.
  • Refer to the Service Pack for ProLiant Documentation for detailed instructions at: www.hpe.com/servers/spp/download

To use HPE Insight Control for vCenter :

  • Log in to the vSphere Client.
  • Select a server or cluster in the inventory tree.
  • Click the HPE Insight Management tab.
  • Follow Insight Control for vCenter steps to update firmware using a Smart Component

To update firmware from VMware ESXi operating system on target server:

  • Enable Tech Support Mode on the ESXi host.
  • Login as root. (You must be root in order to apply the ROM update.)
  • Place the Smart Component (CPxxxxxx.zip) in a temporary directory.
  • From the same directory, unzip the Smart Component.
    • unzip CPxxxxxx.zip
  • Ensure that the file CPxxxxxx.vmexe is executable. Execute the command:
    • chmod +x CPxxxxxx.vmexe
  • To perform the standalone installation, execute the command:
    • ./CPxxxxxx.vmexe
  • Follow the directions given by the Smart Component.
  • Logout
  • Disable Tech Support Mode on the ESXi host
  • Reboot your system, if required, for the firmware update to take effect

Release Notes

End User License Agreements:
HPE Software License Agreement v1
Hewlett-Packard End User License Agreement


Upgrade Requirement:
Recommended - HPE recommends users update to this version at their earliest convenience.


Important:

HPE StoreFabric QLogic Adapter Release Notes


Supported Devices and Features:

This firmware supports the following HPE adapters:       

8Gb FC:     

  • HP 81Q PCIe Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter           
  • HP 82Q 8Gb Dual Port PCIe Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter 
  • HPE StoreFabric 84Q 4P 8Gb Fibre Channel HBA
  • HP QMH2572 8Gb Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter for c-Class BladeSystem

16Gb FC:

  • HP QMH2672 16Gb Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter for c-Class BladeSystem
  • HP StoreFabric SN1000Q 16GB 2-port PCIe Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter
  • HP StoreFabric SN1000Q 16GB 1-port PCIe Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter
  • HP StoreFabric SN1100Q 16GB 2-port PCIe Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter  
  • HP StoreFabric SN1100Q 16GB 1-port PCIe Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter
  • HPE Synergy 3830C 16G Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter

32Gb FC:

  • HPE StoreFabric SN1600Q 32Gb Single Port Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter
  • HPE StoreFabric SN1600Q 32Gb Dual Port Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter
  • HPE Synergy 5830C 32Gb Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter

Fixes

Upgrade Requirement:
Recommended - HPE recommends users update to this version at their earliest convenience.


Fixed the following

  • Resolves firmware upgrade failures of QLogic Ethernet components which share the same libraries

For more details please go through the document titled "HPE Network Adapters - HPE QLogic NX2 Online Firmware Upgrade Utility for VMware 6.7 Version 2019.03.01 May Fail to Complete In the SPP 2019.03.0, When an HPE QLogic Fibre Channel Network Adapter Is Configured on a ProLiant Gen9 Server" at the following link:

https://support.hpe.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?docId=emr_na-a00069344en_us

Important

Revision History

Version:2019.12.05 (2 Apr 2020)
Fixes

Upgrade Requirement:
Critical - HPE requires users update to this version immediately.


Fixed the following:

In extremely rare cases, the following QLogic Fibre Channel (FC) Host Bus Adapters (HBAs), SN1100Q, SN1600Q and SN1610Q may cause the host Operating System (OS) to stop. Subsequent OS reboot may reveal some filesystem data is unavailable or inconsistent. Out of an abundance of caution, HPE updated the Firmware/BIOS/UEFI (Boot Image) packages for these adapters to eliminate possible exposure to this extremely rare but critical issue.

For more details please go through the document titled "HPE ProLiant, Synergy and Superdome Flex Host Bus Adapters (HBA) - Certain Fibre Channel HBA Firmware May Cause the Operating System to Halt and Potentially Compromise Filesystem Data Integrity" at the following link:
https://support.hpe.com/hpesc/public/docDisplay?docLocale=en_US&docId=a00094722en_us.

Enhancements

Updated the Firmware/BIOS/UEFI packages for following:

  • Gen4 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter:
    • Package 3.81.05
    • Firmware 8.08.206
    • UEFI 7.00
    • BIOS 3.56
  • Gen5 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter:
    • Package 6.02.01
    • Firmware 8.08.230
    • UEFI 7.02
    • BIOS 3.43
  • Gen6 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter: 
    • Package 1.73.08
    • Firmware 8.08.230
    • UEFI 7.02
    • BIOS 3.64
  • Gen7 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter:  
    • Package 02.02.18
    • Firmware 09.02.20
    • UEFI 7.08
    • BIOS 0.0

Version:2019.12.03 (9 Mar 2020)
Fixes

Upgrade Requirement:
Recommended - HPE recommends users update to this version at their earliest convenience.


Fixed the following:

In extremely rare cases, the following QLogic Fibre Channel (FC) Host Bus Adapters (HBAs), SN1100Q, SN1600Q and SN1610Q may cause the host Operating System (OS) to stop. Subsequent OS reboot may reveal some filesystem data is unavailable or inconsistent. Out of an abundance of caution, HPE updated the Firmware/BIOS/UEFI (Boot Image) packages for these adapters to eliminate possible exposure to this extremely rare but critical issue.

For more details please go through the document titled "HPE ProLiant, Synergy and Superdome Flex Host Bus Adapters (HBA) - Certain Fibre Channel HBA Firmware May Cause the Operating System to Halt and Potentially Compromise Filesystem Data Integrity" at the following link:
https://support.hpe.com/hpesc/public/docDisplay?docLocale=en_US&docId=a00094722en_us.

Enhancements

Updated the Firmware/BIOS/UEFI packages for following:

  • Gen4 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter:
    • Package 3.81.05
    • Firmware 8.08.206
    • UEFI 7.00
    • BIOS 3.56
  • Gen5 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter:
    • Package 6.02.01
    • Firmware 8.08.230
    • UEFI 7.02
    • BIOS 3.43
  • Gen6 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter: 
    • Package 1.73.08
    • Firmware 8.08.230
    • UEFI 7.02
    • BIOS 3.64
  • Gen7 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter:  
    • Package 02.02.18
    • Firmware 09.02.20
    • UEFI 7.08
    • BIOS 0.0

Version:2019.12.02 (25 Dec 2019)
Fixes

Upgrade Requirement:
Critical - HPE requires users update to this version immediately.


*REMOVED* This component is NO LONGER AVAILABLE for download. Newer component with added support for all Host bus adapters is available. Click 'Obtain software link' to open the webpage of the replacement component

Fixed the following:

In extremely rare cases, the following QLogic Fibre Channel (FC) Host Bus Adapters (HBAs), SN1100Q, SN1600Q and SN1610Q may cause the host Operating System (OS) to stop. Subsequent OS reboot may reveal some filesystem data is unavailable or inconsistent. Out of an abundance of caution, HPE updated the Firmware/BIOS/UEFI (Boot Image) packages for these adapters to eliminate possible exposure to this extremely rare but critical issue

For more details please go through the document titled "HPE ProLiant, Synergy and Superdome Flex Host Bus Adapters (HBA) - Certain Fibre Channel HBA Firmware May Cause the Operating System to Halt and Potentially Compromise Filesystem Data Integrity" at the following link:

https://support.hpe.com/hpesc/public/docDisplay?docLocale=en_US&docId=a00094722en_us

Enhancements

*REMOVED* This component is NO LONGER AVAILABLE for download. Newer component with added support for all Host bus adapters is available. Click 'Obtain software link' to open the webpage of the replacement component

Updated the Firmware/BIOS/UEFI packages for following:

  • Gen6 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter: 
    • Package 1.73.08
    • Firmware 8.08.230
    • UEFI 7.02
    • BIOS 3.64
  • Gen7 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter:  
    • Package 02.02.18
    • Firmware 09.02.20
    • UEFI 7.08
    • BIOS 0.0

Version:2019.12.01 (20 Dec 2019)
Fixes

Upgrade Requirement:
Recommended - HPE recommends users update to this version at their earliest convenience.


*REMOVED* This component is NO LONGER AVAILABLE for download due to the the following :

In extremely rare cases, the following QLogic Fibre Channel (FC) Host Bus Adapters (HBAs), SN1100Q, SN1600Q and SN1610Q may cause the host Operating System (OS) to stop. Subsequent OS reboot may reveal some filesystem data is unavailable or inconsistent.

For more details please go through the document titled "HPE ProLiant, Synergy and Superdome Flex Host Bus Adapters (HBA) - Certain Fibre Channel HBA Firmware May Cause the Operating System to Halt and Potentially Compromise Filesystem Data Integrity" at the following link:

https://support.hpe.com/hpesc/public/docDisplay?docLocale=en_US&docId=a00094722en_us

The newer component with fix is available, click 'Obtain software link' to open the webpage of the replacement component

Fixed the following:

Gen 4 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter:

Firmware:

  • Unexpected behavior of an Initiator performance seen when certain targets return otherwise good FCP_RSP IUs, but containing a non-zero parameter field. This was caused by configuring the application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC) to treat this condition as a non-performance case
  • Firmware system unexpected behavior that occurred in target mode during an Fibre Channel Protocol (FCP) exchange for a write Input Output (IO)
  • Firmware system unexpected behavior or non-fatal unexpected behavior resulting from the aborted Direct Memory Access (DMA) of an FCP _RSP IU payload to the host.
  • Eliminate stalls when transmitting response frame after data frames in certain cases.

BIOS:

  • NONE

UEFI:

  • NONE

Gen 5 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter:

Firmware:

  • The link did not come up with a certain 16G Small Form- factor Pluggable (SFP) model that required longer time to complete a write access than the firmware expected
  • After the link was brought down over an electrical connection, the Loss of Sync counter of the Link Error Status Block was not incremented due to an unhandled transition in the FC_port state machine
  • Unexpected behavior of an Initiator performance seen when certain targets return otherwise good FCP_RSP IUs, but containing a non-zero parameter field. This was caused by configuring the application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC) to treat this condition as a non-performance case

BIOS:

  • NONE

UEFI:

  • NONE

Gen 6 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter:

Firmware:

  • The link did not come up with a certain 16G Small Form- factor Pluggable (SFP) model that required longer time to complete a write access than the firmware expected
  • After the link was brought down over an electrical connection, the Loss of Sync counter of the Link Error Status Block was not incremented due to an unhandled transition in the FC_port state machine
  • Unexpected behavior of an Initiator performance seen when certain targets return otherwise good FCP_RSP IUs, but containing a non-zero parameter field. This was caused by configuring the application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC) to treat this condition as a non-performance case

BIOS:

  • NONE

UEFI:

  • Firmware Management Protocol SetImage unexpected behavior that caused QLogic Converge Console (QCC) Command Line Interface (CLI) to display the wrong Flash Image Version.
Enhancements

*REMOVED* This component is NO LONGER AVAILABLE for download due to the the following :

In extremely rare cases, the following QLogic Fibre Channel (FC) Host Bus Adapters (HBAs), SN1100Q, SN1600Q and SN1610Q may cause the host Operating System (OS) to stop. Subsequent OS reboot may reveal some filesystem data is unavailable or inconsistent.

For more details please go through the document titled "HPE ProLiant, Synergy and Superdome Flex Host Bus Adapters (HBA) - Certain Fibre Channel HBA Firmware May Cause the Operating System to Halt and Potentially Compromise Filesystem Data Integrity" at the following link:

https://support.hpe.com/hpesc/public/docDisplay?docLocale=en_US&docId=a00094722en_us

The newer component with fix is available, click 'Obtain software link' to open the webpage of the replacement component

Gen 4 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter:

UEFI:

  • Config Reset Protocol now checks the Level parameter.
  • Changed Human Information Infrastructure (HII) Configuration Language name to x-UEFI-MARVELL.
  • Updated Legacy Human Information Infrastructure (HII) strings.
  • Updated Firmware Management Protocol Human Information Infrastructure (HII) strings.
  • Driver Health Protocol now supports child handles.
  • Config Reset Protocol now restores adapter World Wide Port Name (WWPN) & World Wide Node Name (WWNN).
  • Added UEFI 2.7 support

Gen 5 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter:

UEFI:

  • Removed Loaded Image Protocol check from Driver Binding Protocol.
  • Config Reset Protocol now checks the Level parameter.
  • Changed Human Information Infrastructure (HII) Configuration Language name to x-UEFI-MARVELL.
  • Updated Legacy Human Information Infrastructure (HII) strings.
  • Updated Firmware Management Protocol Human Information Infrastructure (HII) strings.
  • Driver Health Protocol now supports child handles.
  • Config Reset Protocol now restores adapter World Wide Port Name (WWPN) & World Wide Node Name (WWNN).
  • Added UEFI 2.7 support

Gen 6 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter:

UEFI:

  • Removed Loaded Image Protocol check from Driver Binding Protocol.
  • Config Reset Protocol now checks the Level parameter.
  • Changed Human Information Infrastructure (HII) Configuration Language name to x-UEFI-MARVELL.
  • Updated Legacy Human Information Infrastructure (HII) strings.
  • Updated Firmware Management Protocol Human Information Infrastructure (HII) strings.
  • Driver Health Protocol now supports child handles.
  • Config Reset Protocol now restores adapter World Wide Port Name (WWPN) & World Wide Node Name (WWNN).
  • Added UEFI 2.7 support

Updated the Firmware/BIOS/UEFI packages for 8 Gb, 16 Gb and 32 Gb products.

  • Gen4 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter:
    • Package 3.81.05
    • Firmware 8.08.206
    • UEFI 7.00
    • BIOS 3.56
  • Gen5 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter:
    • Package 6.02.01
    • Firmware 8.08.230
    • UEFI 7.02
    • BIOS 3.43
  • Gen6 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter: 
    • Package 1.73.07
    • Firmware 8.08.230
    • UEFI 7.02
    • BIOS 3.64
  • Gen7 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter:  
    • Package 02.02.15
    • Firmware 09.02.02
    • UEFI 7.08
    • BIOS 0.0

Version:2019.10.01 (10 Oct 2019)
Enhancements

Upgrade Requirement:
Recommended - HPE recommends users update to this version at their earliest convenience.


Added support for the following:

Gen 7 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter: 

  • HPE SN1610Q 32Gb 2P FC HBA
  • HPE SN1610Q 32Gb 1P FC HBA

Updated the Firmware/BIOS/UEFI packages for  32 Gb products.

  • Gen7 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter:  
    • Package 02.02.15
    • Firmware 09.02.02
    • UEFI 7.08
    • BIOS 0.0

Version:2019.03.05 (1 Apr 2020)
Fixes

Upgrade Requirement:
Critical - HPE requires users update to this version immediately.


Fixed the following:

In extremely rare cases, the following QLogic Fibre Channel (FC) Host Bus Adapters (HBAs), SN1100Q, SN1600Q and 5830c may cause the host Operating System (OS) to stop. Subsequent OS reboot may reveal some filesystem data is unavailable or inconsistent. Out of an abundance of caution, HPE updated the Firmware/BIOS/UEFI (Boot Image) packages for these adapters to eliminate possible exposure to this extremely rare but critical issue.

For more details please go through the document titled "HPE ProLiant, Synergy and Superdome Flex Host Bus Adapters (HBA) - Certain Fibre Channel HBA Firmware May Cause the Operating System to Halt and Potentially Compromise Filesystem Data Integrity" at the following link:
https://support.hpe.com/hpesc/public/docDisplay?docLocale=en_US&docId=a00094722en_us

Enhancements

Updated the Firmware/BIOS/UEFI packages for following:

  • Gen4 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter:
    • Package 3.79.02
    • Firmware 8.08.01
    • UEFI 6.66
    • BIOS 3.56
  • Gen5 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter:
    • Package 6.01.79
    • Firmware 8.08.203
    • UEFI 6.65
    • BIOS 3.43
  • Gen6 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter: 
    • Package 1.72.03
    • Firmware 8.08.220
    • UEFI 6.51
    • BIOS 3.64

Version:2019.03.04 (25 Dec 2019)
Fixes

Upgrade Requirement:
Critical - HPE requires users update to this version immediately.


*REMOVED* This component is NO LONGER AVAILABLE for download. Newer component with added support for all Host bus adapters is available. Click 'Obtain software link' to open the webpage of the replacement component

Fixed the following:

In extremely rare cases, the following QLogic Fibre Channel (FC) Host Bus Adapters (HBAs), SN1100Q, SN1600Q and 5830c may cause the host Operating System (OS) to stop. Subsequent OS reboot may reveal some filesystem data is unavailable or inconsistent. Out of an abundance of caution, HPE updated the Firmware/BIOS/UEFI (Boot Image) packages for these adapters to eliminate possible exposure to this extremely rare but critical issue.

For more details please go through the document titled "HPE ProLiant, Synergy and Superdome Flex Host Bus Adapters (HBA) - Certain Fibre Channel HBA Firmware May Cause the Operating System to Halt and Potentially Compromise Filesystem Data Integrity" at the following link:

https://support.hpe.com/hpesc/public/docDisplay?docLocale=en_US&docId=a00094722en_us

Enhancements

*REMOVED* This component is NO LONGER AVAILABLE for download. Newer component with added support for all Host bus adapters is available. Click 'Obtain software link' to open the webpage of the replacement component

Updated the Firmware/BIOS/UEFI packages for following:

  • Gen6 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter: 
    • Package 1.72.03
    • Firmware 8.08.220
    • UEFI 6.51
    • BIOS 3.64

Version:2019.03.03 (25 Jul 2019)
Fixes

Upgrade Requirement:
Recommended - HPE recommends users update to this version at their earliest convenience.


Fixed the following

Transceiver with part number 5700-0077 requires a minimum of 10ms after a write operation before reading it back. But the current Firmware is not waiting long enough, manifests as an intermittently incomplete to connect to Fabric

For more details please go through the document titled "HPE StoreFabric Host Bus Adapters - During A Server Power-On Sequence, A SN1100Q Or SN1600Q Fibre Channel Adapter With A Specific 16GB Transceiver Will Intermittently Fail To Connect To All FC Switches At Both The UEFI And OS Levels" at the following link:
https://support.hpe.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?docId=emr_na-a00078768en_us

Enhancements

Updated the Firmware/BIOS/UEFI packages for 8 Gb, 16 Gb and 32 Gb products.

  • Gen4 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter:
    • Package 3.79.02
    • Firmware 8.08.01
    • UEFI 6.66
    • BIOS 3.56
  • Gen5 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter:
    • Package 6.01.79
    • Firmware 8.08.203
    • UEFI 6.65
    • BIOS 3.43
  • Gen6 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter: 
    • Package 1.72.02
    • Firmware 8.08.220
    • UEFI 6.51
    • BIOS 3.64

Version:2019.03.02 (4 Apr 2019)
Fixes

Upgrade Requirement:
Recommended - HPE recommends users update to this version at their earliest convenience.


Fixed the following

  • Resolves firmware upgrade failures of QLogic Ethernet components which share the same libraries

For more details please go through the document titled "HPE Network Adapters - HPE QLogic NX2 Online Firmware Upgrade Utility for VMware 6.7 Version 2019.03.01 May Fail to Complete In the SPP 2019.03.0, When an HPE QLogic Fibre Channel Network Adapter Is Configured on a ProLiant Gen9 Server" at the following link:

https://support.hpe.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?docId=emr_na-a00069344en_us

Enhancements

Added support for the following:

16Gb/32Gb Standup

Firmware:

  • Add support for FC NVMe (Non-volatile memory express) ready
  • Support Link cable Beacon (LCB)

BIOS:

  • Added support for 5830C Secure flash

UEFI:

  • Added support for 5830C Secure flash

Updated the Firmware/BIOS/UEFI packages for 8 Gb, 16 Gb and 32 Gb products.

  • 8 Gb HBA/Mezz
    • Package 3.79.02
    • Firmware 8.08.01
    • UEFI 6.66
    • BIOS 3.56
  • 16 Gb HBA/Mezz
    • Package 6.01.79
    • Firmware 8.08.203
    • UEFI 6.65
    • BIOS 3.43
  • 16/32 Gb 
    • Package 1.71.03
    • Firmware 8.08.204
    • UEFI 6.51
    • BIOS 3.64

Version:2019.03.01 (2 Apr 2019)
Fixes

Upgrade Requirement:
Recommended - HPE recommends users update to this version at their earliest convenience.


*REMOVED* This component is NO LONGER AVAILABLE for download due to the the following :

In extremely rare cases, the following QLogic Fibre Channel (FC) Host Bus Adapters (HBAs), SN1100Q, SN1600Q and 5830c may cause the host Operating System (OS) to stop. Subsequent OS reboot may reveal some filesystem data is unavailable or inconsistent.

For more details please go through the document titled "HPE ProLiant, Synergy and Superdome Flex Host Bus Adapters (HBA) - Certain Fibre Channel HBA Firmware May Cause the Operating System to Halt and Potentially Compromise Filesystem Data Integrity" at the following link:

https://support.hpe.com/hpesc/public/docDisplay?docLocale=en_US&docId=a00094722en_us

The newer component with fix is available, click 'Obtain software link' to open the webpage of the replacement component

Fixed the following

8Gb Standup & 8Gb Mezzanine

Firmware:

  • Fix regression where the firmware returned Time Out error code under heavy load.

UEFI

  • Driver progress messages are no longer displayed on SuperDome servers.
  • Corrected Driver Health string format on Gen10 servers

16Gb Standup & 16Gb Mezzanine

Firmware:

  • Fix unexpected behavior related to Diagnostic Port and Link Diagnostics operations (loopback, echo etc)

UEFI:

  • Driver progress messages are no longer displayed on SuperDome servers.
  • Corrected Driver Health string format on Gen10 servers.


16Gb/32Gb Standup

Firmware:

  • Fix unexpected behavior related to Diagnostic Port and Link Diagnostics operations (loopback, echo etc)

UEFI:

  • Corrected Driver Health string format on Gen10 servers.
  • Driver progress messages are no longer displayed on SuperDome servers.
  • Fixed QUIC (QUIC Protocol)
Enhancements

*REMOVED* This component is NO LONGER AVAILABLE for download due to the the following :

In extremely rare cases, the following QLogic Fibre Channel (FC) Host Bus Adapters (HBAs), SN1100Q, SN1600Q and 5830c may cause the host Operating System (OS) to stop. Subsequent OS reboot may reveal some filesystem data is unavailable or inconsistent.

For more details please go through the document titled "HPE ProLiant, Synergy and Superdome Flex Host Bus Adapters (HBA) - Certain Fibre Channel HBA Firmware May Cause the Operating System to Halt and Potentially Compromise Filesystem Data Integrity" at the following link:

https://support.hpe.com/hpesc/public/docDisplay?docLocale=en_US&docId=a00094722en_us

The newer component with fix is available, click 'Obtain software link' to open the webpage of the replacement component

Added support for the following:

16Gb/32Gb Standup

Firmware:

  • Add support for FC NVMe (Non-volatile memory express) ready
  • Support Link cable Beacon (LCB)

BIOS:

  • Added support for 5830C Secure flash

UEFI:

  • Added support for 5830C Secure flash

Updated the Firmware/BIOS/UEFI packages for 8 Gb, 16 Gb and 32 Gb products.

  • 8 Gb HBA/Mezz
    • Package 3.79.02
    • Firmware 8.08.01
    • UEFI 6.66
    • BIOS 3.56
  • 16 Gb HBA/Mezz
    • Package 6.01.79
    • Firmware 8.08.203
    • UEFI 6.65
    • BIOS 3.43
  • 16/32 Gb 
    • Package 1.71.03
    • Firmware 8.08.204
    • UEFI 6.51
    • BIOS 3.64

Version:2018.11.02 (1 Apr 2020)
Fixes

Upgrade Requirement:
Critical - HPE requires users update to this version immediately.


Fixed the following:

In extremely rare cases, the following QLogic Fibre Channel (FC) Host Bus Adapters (HBAs), SN1100Q and SN1600Q may cause the host Operating System (OS) to stop. Subsequent OS reboot may reveal some filesystem data is unavailable or inconsistent. Out of an abundance of caution, HPE updated the Firmware/BIOS/UEFI (Boot Image) packages for these adapters to eliminate possible exposure to this extremely rare but critical issue.

For more details please go through the document titled "HPE ProLiant, Synergy and Superdome Flex Host Bus Adapters (HBA) - Certain Fibre Channel HBA Firmware May Cause the Operating System to Halt and Potentially Compromise Filesystem Data Integrity" at the following link:

https://support.hpe.com/hpesc/public/docDisplay?docLocale=en_US&docId=a00094722en_us

Enhancements

Updated the Firmware/BIOS/UEFI packages for following:

  • Gen4 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapters:
    • Package 3.77.08
    • Firmware 8.07.00
    • UEFI 6.64
    • BIOS 3.56
  • Gen 5 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapters:
    • Package 6.01.59
    • Firmware 8.07.16
    • UEFI 6.63
    • BIOS 3.43
  • Gen 6 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapters
    • Package 01.71.85
    • Firmware 8.07.18
    • UEFI 6.47
    • BIOS 3.54

Version:2018.11.01 (27 Nov 2018)
Fixes

Upgrade Requirement:
Recommended - HPE recommends users update to this version at their earliest convenience.


*REMOVED* This component is NO LONGER AVAILABLE for download due to the the following :

In extremely rare cases, the following QLogic Fibre Channel (FC) Host Bus Adapters (HBAs), SN1100Q and SN1600Q may cause the host Operating System (OS) to stop. Subsequent OS reboot may reveal some filesystem data is unavailable or inconsistent.

For more details please go through the document titled "HPE ProLiant, Synergy and Superdome Flex Host Bus Adapters (HBA) - Certain Fibre Channel HBA Firmware May Cause the Operating System to Halt and Potentially Compromise Filesystem Data Integrity" at the following link:

https://support.hpe.com/hpesc/public/docDisplay?docLocale=en_US&docId=a00094722en_us

The newer component with fix is available, click 'Obtain software link' to open the webpage of the replacement component

Fixed the following

8Gb Standup & 8Gb Mezzanine

UEFI

  • Firmware Management Protocol now supports flashing older Multiboot versions.
  • Firmware Management Protocol SetImage no longer displays dots on the screen.
  • The following HII (Human Interface Infrastructure) fields now require a reboot after value change:
    Legacy BIOS (Basic Input Output System) Selectable Boot

 

16Gb Standup & 16Gb Mezzanine

Firmware

  • Bring up up-link in 32G or 16G optical environment (FEC (Forward Error Correction) only) when connected with remote device that is not setting the SN bit to zero and TC bit to 1 at the same time during the speed negotiation phase and delays transmitting NOS during LQT phase.
  • Dropped FCP_CMD frame by a virtual port (VP index greater than 0) logged into the fabric via Fabric Login (FLOGI) while the primary adapter port (VP0) was disabled via Global VP (Virtual Port) Options bit 2 of Initialize Multi-ID Firmware MBC (0048h).

UEFI

  • Firmware Management Protocol now supports flashing older Multiboot versions.
  • Firmware Management Protocol SetImage no longer displays dots on the screen.
  • The following HII (Human Interface Infrastructure) fields now require a reboot after value change:
    Fabric Assigned WWPN (World Wide Port Name), Fabric Assigned Boot Logical Unit (LUN), Legacy BIOS (Basic Input Output System) Selectable Boot.

 

16Gb/32Gb Standup

Firmware

  • Bring up up-link in 32G or 16G optical environment (FEC (Forward Error Correction) only) when connected with remote device that is not setting the SN bit to zero and TC bit to 1 at the same time during the speed negotiation phase and delays transmitting NOS during LQT phase.

UEFI

  • Firmware Management Protocol now supports flashing older Multiboot versions.
  • Firmware Management Protocol SetImage no longer displays dots on the screen.
  • The following HII (Human Interface Infrastructure)  fields now require a reboot after value change:
    FC (Fibre Channel) Tape, Fabric Assigned WWPN (World Wide Port Name), Fabric Assigned Boot LUN (Logical Unit), Legacy BIOS (Basic Input Output System) Selectable Boot.
  • Changed Legacy BIOS (Basic Input Output System) Selectable Boot HII (Human Interface Infrastructure) default to Enabled.
Enhancements

*REMOVED* This component is NO LONGER AVAILABLE for download due to the the following :

In extremely rare cases, the following QLogic Fibre Channel (FC) Host Bus Adapters (HBAs), SN1100Q and SN1600Q may cause the host Operating System (OS) to stop. Subsequent OS reboot may reveal some filesystem data is unavailable or inconsistent.

For more details please go through the document titled "HPE ProLiant, Synergy and Superdome Flex Host Bus Adapters (HBA) - Certain Fibre Channel HBA Firmware May Cause the Operating System to Halt and Potentially Compromise Filesystem Data Integrity" at the following link:

https://support.hpe.com/hpesc/public/docDisplay?docLocale=en_US&docId=a00094722en_us

The newer component with fix is available, click 'Obtain software link' to open the webpage of the replacement component

Added support for the following:

16Gb Standup & 16Gb Mezzanine

  • Power Loss calculation in D_port (Destination port) operation.

16Gb/32Gb Standup

  • Power Loss calculation in D_port (Destination port) operation.
  • Support maximum training timeout for 32Gbps data rate per FC-FS-4 (Fibre Channel Framing and Signaling) specification.

Updated the Firmware/BIOS/UEFI packages for 8 Gb, 16 Gb and 32 Gb products.

  • 8 Gb HBA/Mezz
    • Package 3.77.08
    • Firmware 8.07.00
    • UEFI 6.64
    • BIOS 3.56
       
  • 16 Gb HBA/Mezz
    • Package 6.01.59
    • Firmware 8.07.16
    • UEFI 6.63
    • BIOS 3.43
       
  • 16/32 Gb 
    • Package 01.70.85
    • Firmware 8.07.18
    • UEFI 6.47
    • BIOS 3.54

Version:2018.06.03 (1 Apr 2020)
Fixes

Upgrade Requirement:
Critical - HPE requires users update to this version immediately.


Fixed the following:

In extremely rare cases, the following QLogic Fibre Channel (FC) Host Bus Adapters (HBAs), SN1100Q and SN1600Q may cause the host Operating System (OS) to stop. Subsequent OS reboot may reveal some filesystem data is unavailable or inconsistent. Out of an abundance of caution, HPE updated the Firmware/BIOS/UEFI (Boot Image) packages for these adapters to eliminate possible exposure to this extremely rare but critical issue.

For more details please go through the document titled "HPE ProLiant, Synergy and Superdome Flex Host Bus Adapters (HBA) - Certain Fibre Channel HBA Firmware May Cause the Operating System to Halt and Potentially Compromise Filesystem Data Integrity" at the following link:

https://support.hpe.com/hpesc/public/docDisplay?docLocale=en_US&docId=a00094722en_us

Enhancements

  • Gen4 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapters:
    • Package 3.77.08
    • Firmware 8.07.00
    • UEFI 6.64
    • BIOS 3.56
  • Gen 5 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapters:
    • Package 6.01.59
    • Firmware 8.07.16
    • UEFI 6.63
    • BIOS 3.43
  • Gen 6 Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapters
    • Package 01.71.85
    • Firmware 8.07.18
    • UEFI 6.47
    • BIOS 3.54

Version:2018.06.02 (24 Jan 2020)
Fixes

Upgrade Requirement:
Critical - HPE requires users update to this version immediately.


*REMOVED* This component is NO LONGER AVAILABLE for download. Newer component with added support for all Host bus adapters is available. Click 'Obtain software link' to open the webpage of the replacement component

Fixed the following:

In extremely rare cases, the following QLogic Fibre Channel (FC) Host Bus Adapters (HBAs), SN1100Q and SN1600Q may cause the host Operating System (OS) to stop. Subsequent OS reboot may reveal some filesystem data is unavailable or inconsistent. Out of an abundance of caution, HPE updated the Firmware/BIOS/UEFI (Boot Image) packages for these adapters to eliminate possible exposure to this extremely rare but critical issue.

For more details please go through the document titled "HPE ProLiant, Synergy and Superdome Flex Host Bus Adapters (HBA) - Certain Fibre Channel HBA Firmware May Cause the Operating System to Halt and Potentially Compromise Filesystem Data Integrity" at the following link:

https://support.hpe.com/hpesc/public/docDisplay?docLocale=en_US&docId=a00094722en_us

Enhancements

*REMOVED* This component is NO LONGER AVAILABLE for download. Newer component with added support for all Host bus adapters is available. Click 'Obtain software link' to open the webpage of the replacement component

Updated the Firmware/BIOS/UEFI packages for following:

  • Gen 6 Adapters
    • Package 01.71.85
    • Firmware 8.07.18
    • UEFI 6.47
    • BIOS 3.54

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