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* RECOMMENDED * Online ROM Flash Component for Windows (x64) - HPE Smart Array P408i-p, P408e-p, P408i-a, P408i-c, E208i-p, E208e-p, E208i-c, E208i-a, P408e-m, P204i-c, P204i-b, P816i-a and P416ie-m SR Gen10

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Type: Firmware - Storage Controller
Version: 1.60(19 Jul 2018)
Operating System(s): Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)
Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2
Microsoft Windows Server 2016
Multi-part download
File name: cp034556.compsig (2.2 KB)
File name: cp034556.exe (7.5 MB)
File name: cp034556.md5 (48 Bytes)
This x64 Smart Component provides firmware for the following storage controllers: HPE Smart Array P408i-p, P408e-p, P408i-a, P408e-m, P408i-c, E208i-p, E208e-p, E208i-c, E208i-a, P204i-c, P204i-b, P816i-a and P416ie-m SR Gen10

  • Increased SmartCache maximum logical volume size.
  • Added support for SmartCache in UEFI configuration tools.
  • Added the ability to control drive write cache settings.
  • Added the ability to select the drive erase pattern.

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

ab9c9670d6772d85db389ecd6adb36d486d6fe4e70925423e395fbac1edf0d82 cp034556.md5
2e8afdacde1f343280a759039f75ec78aa69694ecb13b62de69612695b66111d cp034556.compsig
92c8e168361418d68da4dd67f278a29e78a739889b7a84b0fac4ac4ed0919a0a cp034556.exe

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


Installation:

To update firmware from Windows operating system on target server:

  • Place the Smart Component in a temporary directory.
  • Double-click on the Smart Component.
  • Follow the directions given by the Smart Component.
  • Reboot your system if you would like the update to take effect immediately.

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

  • Place the desired firmware to be updated in the directory, \SPP20xxxxx\packages
  • Run launch_sum.bat script which is found in the root of the ISO
  • Follow the instructions on the screen

 


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.


Notes:

Deliverable Name:
     Online ROM Flash Component for Windows (x64) - HPE Smart Array P408i-p, P408e-p, P408i-a, P408i-c, E208i-p, E208e-p, E208i-c, E208i-a, P408e-m, P204i-c, P204i-b, P816i-a and P416ie-m SR Gen10

Release Version and/or Date:
     1.60

Last Recommended or Critical Version:
     1.34

Previous Version of Firmware:
     None

Firmware Dependency:
     None

Enhancements/New Features:    

  • Increased SmartCache maximum logical volume size.
  • Added support for SmartCache in UEFI configuration tools.
  • Added the ability to control drive write cache settings.
  • Added the ability to select the drive erase pattern.

Problems Fixed:     

  • Connectivity to HPE D6020 disk enclosures might be lost if connected to multiple servers.
  • In rare cases, data could become unavailable on a RAID 6 (ADG) volume during a rebuild or parity consistency check.
  • Inability to configure unassigned drives if a failed RAID volume was present.
  • After multiple reboots, unassigned drives might be erroneously assigned as spares for configured RAID volumes.
  • System might continuously reboot after splitting a mirrored volume.
  • Volume transformation might fail or not resume after a system reboot.
  • Maximum command queue depth for SATA drives was limited.
  • Controller might stop responding:
    • During power up device discovery. (POST Lockup 0x1ABD or 0x20227)
    • If multiple completions are received for an IO command. (POST Lockup 0x1BE0)
    • If a drive enclosure is power cycled while IO is running. (POST Lockup 0x1C50 or 0x27006)
    • If a drive enclosure is power cycled while a drive is sanitizing. (POST Lockup 0x1E30)
    • When attempting to modify the controller cache settings while IO is running. (POST Lockup 0x1E30)
    • If a drive failed. (POST Lockup 0x27006)
    • When adding or removing drives from a RAID 5 or RAID 50 volume during a rebuild. (POST Lockup 0xFFFFF001)
    • During POST prior to loading an operating system.
    • When Unrecoverable Read Errors (URE’s) are found on drives.
    • When deleting volumes while a rebuild is occurring and URE’s and found.
    • Following completion of Rapid Parity Initialization (RPI) of a new RAID volume.
    • During a volume transformation.
  • A drive undergoing RPI might be presented to the operating system.
  • Controller slot ID might be shown incorrectly in management tools.
  • Incorrect drive bay numbers might be shown in a dual domain configuration.
  • Drive sanitize might report incorrect status information.
  • Status of the Smart Storage Battery might be reported incorrectly.
  • Incorrect POST message 1831 indicating loss of SmartCache data.
  • Incorrect text in POST message 1786.
  • Various scenarios where drive LEDs might not be displayed correctly.
  • The RESTful management interface might fail when attempting to:
    • Change drive write cache configuration.
    • Configure a new RAID volume.

Known Issues:
     None


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


  • Connectivity to HPE D6020 disk enclosures might be lost if connected to multiple servers.
  • In rare cases, data could become unavailable on a RAID 6 (ADG) volume during a rebuild or parity consistency check.
  • Inability to configure unassigned drives if a failed RAID volume was present.
  • After multiple reboots, unassigned drives might be erroneously assigned as spares for configured RAID volumes.
  • System might continuously reboot after splitting a mirrored volume.
  • Volume transformation might fail or not resume after a system reboot.
  • Maximum command queue depth for SATA drives was limited.
  • Controller might stop responding:
    • During power up device discovery. (POST Lockup 0x1ABD or 0x20227)
    • If multiple completions are received for an IO command. (POST Lockup 0x1BE0)
    • If a drive enclosure is power cycled while IO is running. (POST Lockup 0x1C50 or 0x27006)
    • If a drive enclosure is power cycled while a drive is sanitizing. (POST Lockup 0x1E30)
    • When attempting to modify the controller cache settings while IO is running. (POST Lockup 0x1E30)
    • If a drive failed. (POST Lockup 0x27006)
    • When adding or removing drives from a RAID 5 or RAID 50 volume during a rebuild. (POST Lockup 0xFFFFF001)
    • During POST prior to loading an operating system.
    • When Unrecoverable Read Errors (URE’s) are found on drives.
    • When deleting volumes while a rebuild is occurring and URE’s and found.
    • Following completion of Rapid Parity Initialization (RPI) of a new RAID volume.
    • During a volume transformation.
  • A drive undergoing RPI might be presented to the operating system.
  • Controller slot ID might be shown incorrectly in management tools.
  • Incorrect drive bay numbers might be shown in a dual domain configuration.
  • Drive sanitize might report incorrect status information.
  • Status of the Smart Storage Battery might be reported incorrectly.
  • Incorrect POST message 1831 indicating loss of SmartCache data.
  • Incorrect text in POST message 1786.
  • Various scenarios where drive LEDs might not be displayed correctly.
  • The RESTful management interface might fail when attempting to:
    • Change drive write cache configuration.
    • Configure a new RAID volume.
Version:1.60 (19 Jul 2018)
Fixes

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


  • Connectivity to HPE D6020 disk enclosures might be lost if connected to multiple servers.
  • In rare cases, data could become unavailable on a RAID 6 (ADG) volume during a rebuild or parity consistency check.
  • Inability to configure unassigned drives if a failed RAID volume was present.
  • After multiple reboots, unassigned drives might be erroneously assigned as spares for configured RAID volumes.
  • System might continuously reboot after splitting a mirrored volume.
  • Volume transformation might fail or not resume after a system reboot.
  • Maximum command queue depth for SATA drives was limited.
  • Controller might stop responding:
    • During power up device discovery. (POST Lockup 0x1ABD or 0x20227)
    • If multiple completions are received for an IO command. (POST Lockup 0x1BE0)
    • If a drive enclosure is power cycled while IO is running. (POST Lockup 0x1C50 or 0x27006)
    • If a drive enclosure is power cycled while a drive is sanitizing. (POST Lockup 0x1E30)
    • When attempting to modify the controller cache settings while IO is running. (POST Lockup 0x1E30)
    • If a drive failed. (POST Lockup 0x27006)
    • When adding or removing drives from a RAID 5 or RAID 50 volume during a rebuild. (POST Lockup 0xFFFFF001)
    • During POST prior to loading an operating system.
    • When Unrecoverable Read Errors (URE’s) are found on drives.
    • When deleting volumes while a rebuild is occurring and URE’s and found.
    • Following completion of Rapid Parity Initialization (RPI) of a new RAID volume.
    • During a volume transformation.
  • A drive undergoing RPI might be presented to the operating system.
  • Controller slot ID might be shown incorrectly in management tools.
  • Incorrect drive bay numbers might be shown in a dual domain configuration.
  • Drive sanitize might report incorrect status information.
  • Status of the Smart Storage Battery might be reported incorrectly.
  • Incorrect POST message 1831 indicating loss of SmartCache data.
  • Incorrect text in POST message 1786.
  • Various scenarios where drive LEDs might not be displayed correctly.
  • The RESTful management interface might fail when attempting to:
    • Change drive write cache configuration.
    • Configure a new RAID volume.
Enhancements

  • Increased SmartCache maximum logical volume size.
  • Added support for SmartCache in UEFI configuration tools.
  • Added the ability to control drive write cache settings.
  • Added the ability to select the drive erase pattern.

Version:1.34(B) (26 Jun 2018)
Enhancements

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

Note: If version 1.34 was previously installed, then it is not necessary to upgrade to version 1.34 (B).


  • Added support for the HPE Smart Array P408e-m Controller.

Version:1.34 (22 Dec 2017)
Fixes

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


  • Controller might stop responding while handling a drive error.  (POST Lockup 0x27006)
  • Controller might stop responding after a drive hot-removal or hot-insertion.  (POST Lockup codes 0x1EA or 0x15010)
  • Controller might stop responding during a volume expansion or rekey.  (POST Lockup code 0x1E30)
  • Controller might stop responding while performing heavy writes to a RAID 0 or RAID 1 logical drive that has a flash backed write cache enabled.  (POST Lockup 0x1BC0)
  • Various scenarios where drive LEDs might not be displayed correctly.
  • Drives might not be detected after a cold boot.
  • A hot-inserted drive might be immediately reported as failed.
  • A failed or charging HPE Smart Storage Battery might be reported as “missing” in SSA and iLO.
  • The RESTful management interface might be unable to detect physical drives or make configuration changes to the controller.
  • Option to enable “No Battery Write Cache” in SSA is not available if an HPE Smart Storage Battery is not installed.
  • Customer specified read/write controller cache ratio is not honored if “No Battery Write Cache” is enabled.
  • Controller cache might be displayed as temporarily disabled following an unexpected shutdown and subsequent reboot.
  • Unable to modify the controller cache read/write ratio following an unexpected shutdown and subsequent reboot.
  • The controller cache might become disabled when running VMware ESXi 6.0 if the controller and guest OS are configured to use PCI pass-through.
  • If multiple logical volumes are present on the same array, and one of the volumes is rebuilding, the others might be incorrectly marked as failed.
  • A drive at index 0 might incorrectly display as rebuilding if a logical volume on the controller is currently rebuilding.
  • System might hang during power-up or appear unresponsive during runtime if a logical volume composed of SSD’s is created or rebuilding.
  • Negotiated link rate for drives might not be correct.
  • Storage enclosure information for direct attached drives might not be returned correctly in Windows.
  • The HPE SmartCache feature was not available by default on the P816i-a SR Gen10 controller.
Enhancements

  • Support for ATA Sanitize Freeze/Antifreeze Lock.
  • Ability to select boot controller in Legacy BIOS mode with multiple controllers installed.
  • Updated Hard Drive Carrier LED behavior for the HPE ProLiant XL450 Gen10 Server.
  • Ability to set rebuild priorities via the RESTful management interface.
  • Supported settings – High, MediumHigh, Medium, Low

Version:1.04(B) (25 Sep 2017)
Enhancements

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

  • Customers who already have firmware version 1.04 installed do not need to update to 1.04 (B).

 

Version 1.04 (B)

  • Added support for new models of HPE ProLiant servers:
    • DL120 Gen10

Version 1.04

  • Initial firmware release for HPE P/E-Class SR Gen10 controllers.
     

Version:1.04 (12 Jul 2017)
Fixes

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


  • Initial firmware release for HPE P/E-Class SR Gen10 controllers.
Enhancements

  • Initial firmware release for HPE P/E-Class SR Gen10 controllers.

Type: Firmware - Storage Controller
Version: 1.60(19 Jul 2018)
Operating System(s):
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)
Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2
Microsoft Windows Server 2016

Description

This x64 Smart Component provides firmware for the following storage controllers: HPE Smart Array P408i-p, P408e-p, P408i-a, P408e-m, P408i-c, E208i-p, E208e-p, E208i-c, E208i-a, P204i-c, P204i-b, P816i-a and P416ie-m SR Gen10

Enhancements

  • Increased SmartCache maximum logical volume size.
  • Added support for SmartCache in UEFI configuration tools.
  • Added the ability to control drive write cache settings.
  • Added the ability to select the drive erase pattern.

Installation Instructions

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

ab9c9670d6772d85db389ecd6adb36d486d6fe4e70925423e395fbac1edf0d82 cp034556.md5
2e8afdacde1f343280a759039f75ec78aa69694ecb13b62de69612695b66111d cp034556.compsig
92c8e168361418d68da4dd67f278a29e78a739889b7a84b0fac4ac4ed0919a0a cp034556.exe

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


Installation:

To update firmware from Windows operating system on target server:

  • Place the Smart Component in a temporary directory.
  • Double-click on the Smart Component.
  • Follow the directions given by the Smart Component.
  • Reboot your system if you would like the update to take effect immediately.

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

  • Place the desired firmware to be updated in the directory, \SPP20xxxxx\packages
  • Run launch_sum.bat script which is found in the root of the ISO
  • Follow the instructions on the screen

 


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.


Notes:

Deliverable Name:
     Online ROM Flash Component for Windows (x64) - HPE Smart Array P408i-p, P408e-p, P408i-a, P408i-c, E208i-p, E208e-p, E208i-c, E208i-a, P408e-m, P204i-c, P204i-b, P816i-a and P416ie-m SR Gen10

Release Version and/or Date:
     1.60

Last Recommended or Critical Version:
     1.34

Previous Version of Firmware:
     None

Firmware Dependency:
     None

Enhancements/New Features:    

  • Increased SmartCache maximum logical volume size.
  • Added support for SmartCache in UEFI configuration tools.
  • Added the ability to control drive write cache settings.
  • Added the ability to select the drive erase pattern.

Problems Fixed:     

  • Connectivity to HPE D6020 disk enclosures might be lost if connected to multiple servers.
  • In rare cases, data could become unavailable on a RAID 6 (ADG) volume during a rebuild or parity consistency check.
  • Inability to configure unassigned drives if a failed RAID volume was present.
  • After multiple reboots, unassigned drives might be erroneously assigned as spares for configured RAID volumes.
  • System might continuously reboot after splitting a mirrored volume.
  • Volume transformation might fail or not resume after a system reboot.
  • Maximum command queue depth for SATA drives was limited.
  • Controller might stop responding:
    • During power up device discovery. (POST Lockup 0x1ABD or 0x20227)
    • If multiple completions are received for an IO command. (POST Lockup 0x1BE0)
    • If a drive enclosure is power cycled while IO is running. (POST Lockup 0x1C50 or 0x27006)
    • If a drive enclosure is power cycled while a drive is sanitizing. (POST Lockup 0x1E30)
    • When attempting to modify the controller cache settings while IO is running. (POST Lockup 0x1E30)
    • If a drive failed. (POST Lockup 0x27006)
    • When adding or removing drives from a RAID 5 or RAID 50 volume during a rebuild. (POST Lockup 0xFFFFF001)
    • During POST prior to loading an operating system.
    • When Unrecoverable Read Errors (URE’s) are found on drives.
    • When deleting volumes while a rebuild is occurring and URE’s and found.
    • Following completion of Rapid Parity Initialization (RPI) of a new RAID volume.
    • During a volume transformation.
  • A drive undergoing RPI might be presented to the operating system.
  • Controller slot ID might be shown incorrectly in management tools.
  • Incorrect drive bay numbers might be shown in a dual domain configuration.
  • Drive sanitize might report incorrect status information.
  • Status of the Smart Storage Battery might be reported incorrectly.
  • Incorrect POST message 1831 indicating loss of SmartCache data.
  • Incorrect text in POST message 1786.
  • Various scenarios where drive LEDs might not be displayed correctly.
  • The RESTful management interface might fail when attempting to:
    • Change drive write cache configuration.
    • Configure a new RAID volume.

Known Issues:
     None


Fixes

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


  • Connectivity to HPE D6020 disk enclosures might be lost if connected to multiple servers.
  • In rare cases, data could become unavailable on a RAID 6 (ADG) volume during a rebuild or parity consistency check.
  • Inability to configure unassigned drives if a failed RAID volume was present.
  • After multiple reboots, unassigned drives might be erroneously assigned as spares for configured RAID volumes.
  • System might continuously reboot after splitting a mirrored volume.
  • Volume transformation might fail or not resume after a system reboot.
  • Maximum command queue depth for SATA drives was limited.
  • Controller might stop responding:
    • During power up device discovery. (POST Lockup 0x1ABD or 0x20227)
    • If multiple completions are received for an IO command. (POST Lockup 0x1BE0)
    • If a drive enclosure is power cycled while IO is running. (POST Lockup 0x1C50 or 0x27006)
    • If a drive enclosure is power cycled while a drive is sanitizing. (POST Lockup 0x1E30)
    • When attempting to modify the controller cache settings while IO is running. (POST Lockup 0x1E30)
    • If a drive failed. (POST Lockup 0x27006)
    • When adding or removing drives from a RAID 5 or RAID 50 volume during a rebuild. (POST Lockup 0xFFFFF001)
    • During POST prior to loading an operating system.
    • When Unrecoverable Read Errors (URE’s) are found on drives.
    • When deleting volumes while a rebuild is occurring and URE’s and found.
    • Following completion of Rapid Parity Initialization (RPI) of a new RAID volume.
    • During a volume transformation.
  • A drive undergoing RPI might be presented to the operating system.
  • Controller slot ID might be shown incorrectly in management tools.
  • Incorrect drive bay numbers might be shown in a dual domain configuration.
  • Drive sanitize might report incorrect status information.
  • Status of the Smart Storage Battery might be reported incorrectly.
  • Incorrect POST message 1831 indicating loss of SmartCache data.
  • Incorrect text in POST message 1786.
  • Various scenarios where drive LEDs might not be displayed correctly.
  • The RESTful management interface might fail when attempting to:
    • Change drive write cache configuration.
    • Configure a new RAID volume.

Revision History

Version:1.60 (19 Jul 2018)
Fixes

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


  • Connectivity to HPE D6020 disk enclosures might be lost if connected to multiple servers.
  • In rare cases, data could become unavailable on a RAID 6 (ADG) volume during a rebuild or parity consistency check.
  • Inability to configure unassigned drives if a failed RAID volume was present.
  • After multiple reboots, unassigned drives might be erroneously assigned as spares for configured RAID volumes.
  • System might continuously reboot after splitting a mirrored volume.
  • Volume transformation might fail or not resume after a system reboot.
  • Maximum command queue depth for SATA drives was limited.
  • Controller might stop responding:
    • During power up device discovery. (POST Lockup 0x1ABD or 0x20227)
    • If multiple completions are received for an IO command. (POST Lockup 0x1BE0)
    • If a drive enclosure is power cycled while IO is running. (POST Lockup 0x1C50 or 0x27006)
    • If a drive enclosure is power cycled while a drive is sanitizing. (POST Lockup 0x1E30)
    • When attempting to modify the controller cache settings while IO is running. (POST Lockup 0x1E30)
    • If a drive failed. (POST Lockup 0x27006)
    • When adding or removing drives from a RAID 5 or RAID 50 volume during a rebuild. (POST Lockup 0xFFFFF001)
    • During POST prior to loading an operating system.
    • When Unrecoverable Read Errors (URE’s) are found on drives.
    • When deleting volumes while a rebuild is occurring and URE’s and found.
    • Following completion of Rapid Parity Initialization (RPI) of a new RAID volume.
    • During a volume transformation.
  • A drive undergoing RPI might be presented to the operating system.
  • Controller slot ID might be shown incorrectly in management tools.
  • Incorrect drive bay numbers might be shown in a dual domain configuration.
  • Drive sanitize might report incorrect status information.
  • Status of the Smart Storage Battery might be reported incorrectly.
  • Incorrect POST message 1831 indicating loss of SmartCache data.
  • Incorrect text in POST message 1786.
  • Various scenarios where drive LEDs might not be displayed correctly.
  • The RESTful management interface might fail when attempting to:
    • Change drive write cache configuration.
    • Configure a new RAID volume.
Enhancements

  • Increased SmartCache maximum logical volume size.
  • Added support for SmartCache in UEFI configuration tools.
  • Added the ability to control drive write cache settings.
  • Added the ability to select the drive erase pattern.

Version:1.34(B) (26 Jun 2018)
Enhancements

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

Note: If version 1.34 was previously installed, then it is not necessary to upgrade to version 1.34 (B).


  • Added support for the HPE Smart Array P408e-m Controller.

Version:1.34 (22 Dec 2017)
Fixes

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


  • Controller might stop responding while handling a drive error.  (POST Lockup 0x27006)
  • Controller might stop responding after a drive hot-removal or hot-insertion.  (POST Lockup codes 0x1EA or 0x15010)
  • Controller might stop responding during a volume expansion or rekey.  (POST Lockup code 0x1E30)
  • Controller might stop responding while performing heavy writes to a RAID 0 or RAID 1 logical drive that has a flash backed write cache enabled.  (POST Lockup 0x1BC0)
  • Various scenarios where drive LEDs might not be displayed correctly.
  • Drives might not be detected after a cold boot.
  • A hot-inserted drive might be immediately reported as failed.
  • A failed or charging HPE Smart Storage Battery might be reported as “missing” in SSA and iLO.
  • The RESTful management interface might be unable to detect physical drives or make configuration changes to the controller.
  • Option to enable “No Battery Write Cache” in SSA is not available if an HPE Smart Storage Battery is not installed.
  • Customer specified read/write controller cache ratio is not honored if “No Battery Write Cache” is enabled.
  • Controller cache might be displayed as temporarily disabled following an unexpected shutdown and subsequent reboot.
  • Unable to modify the controller cache read/write ratio following an unexpected shutdown and subsequent reboot.
  • The controller cache might become disabled when running VMware ESXi 6.0 if the controller and guest OS are configured to use PCI pass-through.
  • If multiple logical volumes are present on the same array, and one of the volumes is rebuilding, the others might be incorrectly marked as failed.
  • A drive at index 0 might incorrectly display as rebuilding if a logical volume on the controller is currently rebuilding.
  • System might hang during power-up or appear unresponsive during runtime if a logical volume composed of SSD’s is created or rebuilding.
  • Negotiated link rate for drives might not be correct.
  • Storage enclosure information for direct attached drives might not be returned correctly in Windows.
  • The HPE SmartCache feature was not available by default on the P816i-a SR Gen10 controller.
Enhancements

  • Support for ATA Sanitize Freeze/Antifreeze Lock.
  • Ability to select boot controller in Legacy BIOS mode with multiple controllers installed.
  • Updated Hard Drive Carrier LED behavior for the HPE ProLiant XL450 Gen10 Server.
  • Ability to set rebuild priorities via the RESTful management interface.
  • Supported settings – High, MediumHigh, Medium, Low

Version:1.04(B) (25 Sep 2017)
Enhancements

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

  • Customers who already have firmware version 1.04 installed do not need to update to 1.04 (B).

 

Version 1.04 (B)

  • Added support for new models of HPE ProLiant servers:
    • DL120 Gen10

Version 1.04

  • Initial firmware release for HPE P/E-Class SR Gen10 controllers.
     

Version:1.04 (12 Jul 2017)
Fixes

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


  • Initial firmware release for HPE P/E-Class SR Gen10 controllers.
Enhancements

  • Initial firmware release for HPE P/E-Class SR Gen10 controllers.