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* RECOMMENDED * HPE Integrity BL860c/BL870c/BL890c i4/i6 Server Firmware Bundle (System, IO and HDD) – for Windows based Smart Update Manager

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Type: Firmware (Entitlement Required)
Version: 49.01(29 Jun 2017)
Operating System(s): HP-UX 11.31 (IA)
OS Independent
Multi-part download
File name: system_bl8x0c_i4_i6_fw_bndl_win.exe (287 MB)
File name: system_bl8x0c_i4_i6_fw_bndl_win.exe.md5sum (71 Bytes)
This bundle contains the Smart Update Manager (SUM) Windows x86 application, the firmware for HPE Integrity BL860c/BL870c/BL890c i4/i6 Servers (System firmware (SFW), FPGA firmware, iLO-3 MP firmware & Power Monitor firmware, I/O and HDD firmware). This bundle can be used to update the firmware using the SUM application from a Windows x86 system.

  • Added support for BL8x0c i6 platforms (starting with Firmware version 49.01)

Prerequisites:

  • OA 4.60 and VC 4.50 are the recommended versions for the enclosure.
  • Warning: For i4 servers, WBEMMgtBundle version C.07.01 (or later) is required for the system firmware enhancements introduced in firmware version 44.01 to be fully effective. To minimize the number of reboots, it is recommended to install WBEMMgtBundle C.07.01 before updating the system firmware to version 44.01 or later. WBEMMgtBundle may be downloaded from http://software.hpe.com.
  • iLO-3 MP(s) must be on the network (reachable from local system) and have static IP or be configured with DHCP.
  • An http daemon, service or IDS (Intrusion Detection System) running in the local system may interfere with SUM connecting to remote hosts, hence these services may need to be disabled when SUM is running.
  • SUM version 7.6.5 or later is required for updating firmware on the i6 servers.

For latest dependencies on SAS IO, LOM, OA and VC, refer to this matrix:
integrity-release-sets


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

8c87f2b80686f87b7207ee470926d6ff62a7a1adb51c466d093a88140ab410a9 system_bl8x0c_i4_i6_fw_bndl_win.exe
0d2545f1a7c02a0665a51e57f61746721b12c3ab571d458e596e2ff554535192 system_bl8x0c_i4_i6_fw_bndl_win.exe.md5sum

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


Installation:

Please review all instructions and the "Hewlett Packard Enterprise Support Tool License Terms" or your Hewlett Packard Enterprise support terms and conditions for precautions, scope of license, restrictions, and limitation of liability and warranties, before installing this package. It is important that you read and understand these instructions completely before you begin. This can determine your success in completing the firmware update.

Important Note: This version of SUM uses an Internet browser as the graphical user interface.  Currently supported browsers are:

 

Win2k8

Win2012

Win2016

SLES11

SLES12

RHEL6

RHEL7

IE 9, 10 or 11

x

x

x

 

 

 

 

Edge

    x        

FireFox 17 ESR

 

 

 

x

x

x

x

FireFox 18 or later

x

x

x

 

 

 

 

Chrome 24 or 25

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

 


Important Note: SUM now uses port 63001 by default for pulling FW files from the server running SUM. 

A. Extracting and Running SUM

  1. Download the firmware bundle binary <filename>.exe or <filename>.tar.gz in a new folder on your system.
  2. Extract the bundle:
    • Windows: double click <filename>.exe then click “Extract”
    • Linux: gunzip <filename>.tar.gz; tar -xvf <filename>.tar
  3. The above steps will extract the contents of the bundle in the new folder where the bundle file is located. SUM and firmware components will reside in the same folder.
  4. Execute hpsum.bat (Windows) or hpsum.sh (Linux) located in the extracted folder, by logging as a user with Administrator or root privilege.  Executing hpsum will bring up your default browser to show the user interface of the Smart Update Manager (SUM).

NOTE: SUM also provides a Command Line Interface (CLI) that allows user to perform scripted installations in silent mode. For more information please refer to the SUM User Guide located at http://www.hpe.com/info/sum-docs or the "CLIHelp.txt" file in the extracted folder.

B. Installing the Firmware Components using SUM - Graphical User Mode

  1. Welcome Screen:
    • Once started, a page displays with SUM main content on it.
  2. For local updates on a Windows or Linux node, use Localhost Guided Update:
    • Select Localhost Guided Update from the main content window
    • Choose Interactive or Automatic mode
    • Continue to step through the process of completing the inventory of the baseline, inventory of the node and deployment of updates to the localhost node.
    • Note: You must have components in the same directory as SUM in order for the baseline to be added during Localhost Guided Update.
  3. For remote OA and iLO nodes
    • Select Baselines from the main content menu
    • Verify that the current directory baseline completes inventory
    • Select Nodes from the main content menu
    • Select 'Add Node' and enter IP address and credentials for the Onboard Administrator, select the Baseline to be assigned from the Baseline drop down, and click 'Add'
    • After initial verification of credentials is done, click Inventory from the Actions menu
    • After Inventory is done on the OA, iLO nodes will be added automatically and Inventory started on them.
    • If a Virtual Connect node was found, click on that node and enter credentials which will start inventory
    • Once inventory is done on all OA, VC and iLO nodes, click on the OA node and start Review/Deploy
    • On the Review page, click to select the associated nodes to update along with the OA.  SUM will sequence the updates as needed.
    • Start the Deploy
    • After Deploy is done, the logs for the updates can be reviewed on each node page
  4. For remote Windows, Linux, HP-UX and VMware nodes
    • Select Nodes from the main content
    • Verify that the current directory baseline completes inventory
    • Select Nodes from the main content menu
    • Select 'Add Node' and enter IP address and credentials for the remote node, select the Baseline to be assigned from the Baseline drop down, and click 'Add'
    • After initial verification of credentials is done, click Inventory from the Actions menu
    • After Inventory is done on the node, click Review/Deploy from the Actions menu
    • Review the updates to be applied and make changes to installation options as needed
    • Start Deploy
    • After Deploy is done, the logs for the updates can be viewed on the node page

Note:

  • Online complex firmware update is supported starting with firmware version 5.73.0. For more details, refer to the online firmware update table and notes at the top of the release notes.
  • If doing an offline firmware update, you must power off all partitions before upgrading the firmware and then use the ALL option with the offline firmware upgrade to ensure that the partitions will boot with the new partition firmware after the update. 
  • Additional details about online complex firmware updates can be found in the “HPE Integrity Superdome X and Superdome 2 Onboard Administrator User Guide”
  • See the SUM user Guide for more information.

SUM KNOWN ISSUES:

  • SUM fails on Windows due to McAfee firewalls. This is a known issue with McAfee that McAfee firewalls block SUM traffic.

            To resolve this issue, enable the port traffic associated with the SUM application by performing the following steps:

  1. Bring up McAfee Host Intrusion Prevention
    • Windows Vista: From the system tray, click the McAfee icon -> Manage Features -> Host Intrusion Prevention
    • Windows 7: From the system tray, right click Host Intrusion Prevention icon -> Configure
  2. Select the Activity Log tab. Notice the entry in the Message column similar to the following: Blocked Incoming TCP from the HOST (x.x.x.x) during execution of SUM.
  3. Select the Firewall Policy tab.
  4. On the bottom of the screen, click Add (Add new rule).
  5. Use the following settings for the new firewall rules on your system.
    Action: Permit
    Protocol: IP - TCP
    Direction: Incoming
    Local Service: Single - 63001
    Remote Service: Range From: 1024 - To: 65535
    Address: Any Active
  6. Click OK to ensure new firewall rules have been implemented.
  7. Restart SUM.
  • Refer to the SUM Release Notes   for complete list of known SUM installation issues.

End User License Agreements:
HPE Software License Agreement v1
Hewlett-Packard End User License Agreement
BSD License
gSOAP Software End User License Agreement
Libcurl End User License Agreement
The MIT License Agreement
OpenSSL License Agreement
zlib End User License Agreement


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


Important:

TITLE: HPE Integrity BL860c/BL870c/BL890c i4/i6 Servers Firmware Bundle - for Smart Update Manager

READ BEFORE INSTALLING:
Please download the complete release notes for this release here.

VERSION: 
Smart Update Bundle
Bundle Version: 49.01
System Firmware Version: 02.68
FPGA Firmware Version: 02.02
iLO-3 Firmware Version: 02.00.03
Power Monitor Firmware Version: 03.04
Front Panel HW: 04.00 or 05.00
PRS HW: 02.08
IOH HW: 02.02

I/O components for HPE Integrity Servers (HP-UX only):
Firmware Flash Component for BL8x0c i4/i6 iocxgbe (LOM): version 4.9.416.12
Firmware Flash Component for BL8x0c i4/i6 p410i SAS:
version FW 6.42, EFI 3.58
Firmware Flash Component for Add-in Smart Array Adapters :
version 2013.09.25
      p711m: FW  6.42, EFI 3.58
Firmware Flash Component for Qlogic Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapters: version 2016.03.30
     451871-B21 QMH2562: FW 5.06.06, EFI 2.27
Firmware Flash Component for InfiniBand Adapters: version 2012.11.30
      592519-B21: FW 2.9.1000 (only support with i4 servers)
Firmware Flash Component for Emulex Adapters: version 2015.05.21(a)
     456972-B21 LPe1205: FW 2.02x2, EFI 4.01a5
     NC552m: FW 4.9.416.12, LAN EFI 49.00a11 (only supported with i4 servers)
     NC551m, NC553m: FW 4.9.416.12, LAN EFI 49.00a11, FCoE EFI 5.21.a13

Firmware Flash Component for Intel and Broadcom NICs: version 2014.10.27 - installs at UEFI:
 Warning: Use this component for Broadcom NC532m only if IEXGBE-DRV revision is lower than B.11.31.1303:
       Intel NC360m, NC364m: EFI 4.3.02 (only supported with i4 servers)
       NC532m: FW 6.2.28, EFI 5.2.60

Firmware Flash Component for Broadcom NIC HP-UX: version 2014.2.18:
   Warning: Use this component for Broadcom NC532m only if IEXGBE-DRV version is B.11.31.1303 or later:
    NC532m: FW 6.2.28, EFI 5.2.60

Smart Update Manager (SUM)
SUM Version: 7.6.5

HDD firmware (for HP-UX only):

Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - MB2000FBUCL and MB3000FBUCN: version HPDA
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - MB1000FCWPP, MB2000FCVBV, MB3000FCVCA, MB4000FCVCB: version HPD4
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX - EG0900FBVFQ, EG0600FBVFP, EG0450FBVFM, EG0300FBVFL: version HPDE
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - MB4000FCWDK, MB3000FCWDH, MB2000FCWDF, MB1000FCWDE: version HPDB
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EG0900FCVBL, EG0600FCVBK, EG0450FCVBH, EG0300FCVBF: version HPD9
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX - EG1200FDJYT, EG0900FDJYR: version HPD4
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EG0300FCHHR, EG0450FCHHT, EG0600FCHHU, EG0900FCHHV: version HPD8
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EG0300FBLSE, EG0450FBLSF, EG0600FBLSH, EG0900FBLSK: version HPD8
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EH0300JDYTH,EH0450JDYTK,EH0600JDYTL: version HPD4
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX - MB6000FEDAU: version HPD4
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EG1200FCVBQ,EG1200FDNJT: version HPD8
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX -MB2000FCZGH, MB3000FCZGK, MB4000FCZGL: version HPD7
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - MB3000FBNWV and MB2000FCQPF: version HPD9
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EH0300JEDHC, EH0450JEDHD and EH0600JEDHE: version HPD4
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX - MB4000JEQNL,MB6000JEQNN: version HPD7
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - MM1000JEFRB, MM2000JEFRC: version HPD7
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX -EG0300JEHLV,EG0600JEHMA, EG0900JEHMB,EG1200JEHMC: version HPD3
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX - EG1800JEHMD: version HPD4
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX - EH0600JDYTN: version HPD5
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EG1200JEMDA,EG0900JFCKB,EG0600JEMCV,EG0300JFCKA: version HPD6
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX -MM1000FECVH: version HPD2
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EH0146FAWJB,EH0072FAWJA,DH0146FAQRE,DH0072FAQRD: version HPDK
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EH0146FBQDC,EH0300FBQDD: version HPD5
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX -MM0500FBFVQ,MM1000FBFVR: version HPD9
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX -DG0300FAMWN, DG0146FAMWL, EG0300FAWHV,EG0146FAWHU: version HPDG
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX -DG0300BALVP, DG0146BALVN, DG0072BALVL,DG0300BAHZQ,DG0146BAHZP: version HPD5
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX - MB6000JEFND, MB4000JEFNC: version HPD9
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EH0300JDXBA, EH0450JDXBB, EH0600JDXBC: version HPD5
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX - EG1800JEMDB: version HPD3
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - MB4000JFDSN,MB2000JFDSL: version HPD3
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX - MM1000JFJTH: version HPD2
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EF0600FARNA, EF0450FARMV, EF0300FARMU: version HPD9
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EG1200JETKC, EG0900JETKB, EG0600JETKA: version HPD6
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EH0146FCBVB, EH0300FCBVC: version HPD8
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX - MB4000JFEPB, MB2000JFEPA: version HPD2
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX - MB6000JEQUV, MB8000JEQVA: version HPD9
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EG000300JWBHR: version HPD3
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EG0900FCSPN,EG0600FCSPL,EG0450FCSPK,EG0300FCSPH: version HPD2
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - MB6000JEXYB, MB4000JEXYA: version HPD6
Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX- MB4000JVYZQ, MB3000JVYZP, MB2000JVYZN, MB1000JVYZL: version HPD2
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - MB6000JVYYV: version HPD2
Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX- EH000900JWCPN, EH000600JWCPL, EH000300JWCPK: version HPD3
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EH000900JWCPH, EH000600JWCPF: version HPD3
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX - EG000600JWEBH, EG000300JWEBF: version HPD3
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EG1800JFHMH: version HPD5
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX - MB6000JEFND, MB4000JEFNC: version HPD9

Note:

  • If p410i SAS IO version is 5.82, SUM cannot be used to update it to a later version, an alternate method must be used (EFI applications, ISO images, ...). All other IO components, included in this bundle, may be updated using SUM.
  • If a system FW update is pending, it will be automatically activated at next server power off, and server will only power on after the firmware activation completes.
    • To verify if a system FW update is pending, run the iLO3 MP “SYSREV” command and check if the Pending column shows any version for “System FW”.
  • While the server is powered off, you can monitor the progress of the system firmware activation by running the iLO3 MP “FW” command.

DESCRIPTION:
This bundle contains the SUM application with the firmware for HPE Integrity BL860c/BL870c/BL890c i4/i6 Servers (System firmware (SFW), FPGA firmware, iLO-3 MP firmware & Power Monitor firmware), I/O and HDD Firmware). This bundle can be used to update the firmware using the SUM application.

WARNING:

  • After January 31st, 2017, some browsers may stop accepting the existing SHA1 based iLO SSL certificates. This may result in security warnings or may even render iLO Web GUI inaccessible with the latest browsers.
    Recommendation (for i4 servers):

    • If the users have imported a SSL certificate signed by trusted Certificate Authority, the users can double check if the certificate uses a SHA2 based signature algorithm.

    • If the iLO is using a self-generated certificate, then users can use the iLO ‘SO’ command or iLO Web GUI to generate a new SHA2 based SSL certificate for iLO post firmware upgrade.

For details on how to generate and import a certificate, you may consult the HP Integrity iLO 3 Operations Guide available at http://h20628.www2.hpe.com/km-ext/kmcsdirect/emr_na-c02111169-8.pdf (under ‘Using iLO3’, in the ‘Administration’ section, see ‘Certificate Settings’ section, ‘Table 31 Import Certificate description’).
For more information, see advisory c05315789.

Warning:

  • iLO FW version 1.67.04 or later is required to enable power savings for low voltage DIMMs on i4 systems with newer system boards (version VP4 or later).
    Note: You have a newer system board (version VP4 or later) if the Front Panel HW version in SYSREV output is 5.00 (or later).

Note:

  • It is required to have appropriate SAS RAID firmware (version 6.42 or later) and LAN-On-Motherboard (LOM) firmware (version 4.9.416.12 or later) installed on your server along with this firmware bundle, available on http://www.hpe.com/support/hpesc
    • Current versions can be checked using the HP-UX commands “ioscan -kfnd ciss”, “sautil /dev/cissx vpd” and “nwmgr -q vpd -c lan0”

SUPERSEDES:
HPE Integrity BL860c/BL870c/BL890c i4 Servers
Bundle Version: 47.00
This is the initial version for BL860c/BL870c/BL890c i6 Servers 

PRODUCT MODEL(S):
HPE Integrity BL860c i4 Server
HPE Integrity BL870c i4 Server
HPE Integrity BL890c i4 Server
HPE Integrity BL860c i6 Server
HPE Integrity BL870c i6 Server
HPE Integrity BL890c i6 Server

OPERATING SYSTEMS:

  • HP-UX 11i v3 Mar 2017 Update or later  (for i6 servers)
  • HP-UX 11i v3 September 2012 Update or later (with Insight Management 7.1.2 patch) (for i4 servers)

LANGUAGES:
International English

KNOWN FIRMWARE ISSUES: 

SFW:

  • DDDC (Double Device Data Correction) will not be invoked for a second DRAM failure in certain cases when excessive single bit memory errors are observed. This will be indicated by a WBEM Event 7000. There is no impact to customer applications however it is recommended to service the DIMM upon seeing this event as the server will stop correcting single bits memory errors if one more DRAM in the same rank fails.

iLO:

  • In the iLO 3 and OA Web GUI, when displaying screens with the nPar configuration for i6 blades, the graphic shows correctly the blade name (BL8x0c i6) but it shows the former HP logo instead of the new HPE logo. This will be fixed in future releases.
  • The Firefox browser version 52 or later does not support launching of Integrity iLO3 virtual media and Remote Serial Console Java applets.  Internet Explorer or Firefox version 51 (or earlier) have to be used by the users to access these services.
  • IRC (Integrated Remote Console) is currently not supported for Google Chrome browser. Please use Internet Explorer or Firefox browsers to access iLO if IRC has to be accessed.
  • In enhanced security mode (when ‘Enforce AES/3DES’ option is enabled), TLS 1.0, TLS 1.1 and SHA1 are disabled by default. If the .NET framework or the .NET ClickOnce application used in the client does not support TLS 1.2, Integrated Remote Console (IRC) application download will fail. It is recommended to upgrade the Microsoft .NET framework.  As an alternative, iLO Text User Interface command ‘SO’ provides an option ‘Enable TLS1’ to enable TLS 1.0, TLS 1.1 and SHA1 in enhanced security mode for browser based access to iLO.
  • UEFI may fail to detect vMedia when UEFI boots with vMedia, both USB key and DVD already connected.
    Workaround: Issuing “reconnect -r” should display virtual devices in the UEFI. 

KNOWN IO FIRMWARE ISSUES: 

  • Online firmware update may fail for newer Qlogic 8 GB FC cards with the error: "Error: ROM programming was unsuccessful".
    Workaround: HPE recommends updating these FC cards using the EFI bundle instead. The EFI bundle is available at http://www.hpe.com/support/hpesc; enter the card product name, select the Operating System “OS Independent”, then category "EFI".
    Note: This issue exists in driver version FibrChanl-01 B.11.31.1503 or earlier and is fixed in driver version FibrChanl-01 B.11.31.1506.

DISCLAIMER:
The information in this document is subject to change without notice.

Hewlett Packard Enterprise makes no warranty of any kind with regard to this material, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. Hewlett Packard Enterprise shall not be liable for errors contained herein or for incidental or consequential damages in connection with the furnishing, performance, or use of this material.

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FEEDBACK 
As we are continuing to improve the firmware management process we welcome your feedback on this document and on the firmware update process. 
TEAM-FWupdateFeedback@groups.ext.hpe.com

 


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


  • Fix for Vulnerability CVE-2016-6304 which could make iLO susceptible to DoS attacks

  • vMedia applet can now be launched with Java 7 update 51 without requiring to add iLO URL to the Java security exception list

TITLE: HPE Integrity BL860c/BL870c/BL890c i4/i6 Servers Firmware Bundle - for Smart Update Manager

READ BEFORE INSTALLING:
Please download the complete release notes for this release here.

VERSION: 
Smart Update Bundle
Bundle Version: 49.01
System Firmware Version: 02.68
FPGA Firmware Version: 02.02
iLO-3 Firmware Version: 02.00.03
Power Monitor Firmware Version: 03.04
Front Panel HW: 04.00 or 05.00
PRS HW: 02.08
IOH HW: 02.02

I/O components for HPE Integrity Servers (HP-UX only):
Firmware Flash Component for BL8x0c i4/i6 iocxgbe (LOM): version 4.9.416.12
Firmware Flash Component for BL8x0c i4/i6 p410i SAS:
version FW 6.42, EFI 3.58
Firmware Flash Component for Add-in Smart Array Adapters :
version 2013.09.25
      p711m: FW  6.42, EFI 3.58
Firmware Flash Component for Qlogic Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapters: version 2016.03.30
     451871-B21 QMH2562: FW 5.06.06, EFI 2.27
Firmware Flash Component for InfiniBand Adapters: version 2012.11.30
      592519-B21: FW 2.9.1000 (only support with i4 servers)
Firmware Flash Component for Emulex Adapters: version 2015.05.21(a)
     456972-B21 LPe1205: FW 2.02x2, EFI 4.01a5
     NC552m: FW 4.9.416.12, LAN EFI 49.00a11 (only supported with i4 servers)
     NC551m, NC553m: FW 4.9.416.12, LAN EFI 49.00a11, FCoE EFI 5.21.a13

Firmware Flash Component for Intel and Broadcom NICs: version 2014.10.27 - installs at UEFI:
 Warning: Use this component for Broadcom NC532m only if IEXGBE-DRV revision is lower than B.11.31.1303:
       Intel NC360m, NC364m: EFI 4.3.02 (only supported with i4 servers)
       NC532m: FW 6.2.28, EFI 5.2.60

Firmware Flash Component for Broadcom NIC HP-UX: version 2014.2.18:
   Warning: Use this component for Broadcom NC532m only if IEXGBE-DRV version is B.11.31.1303 or later:
    NC532m: FW 6.2.28, EFI 5.2.60

Smart Update Manager (SUM)
SUM Version: 7.6.5

HDD firmware (for HP-UX only):

Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - MB2000FBUCL and MB3000FBUCN: version HPDA
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - MB1000FCWPP, MB2000FCVBV, MB3000FCVCA, MB4000FCVCB: version HPD4
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX - EG0900FBVFQ, EG0600FBVFP, EG0450FBVFM, EG0300FBVFL: version HPDE
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - MB4000FCWDK, MB3000FCWDH, MB2000FCWDF, MB1000FCWDE: version HPDB
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EG0900FCVBL, EG0600FCVBK, EG0450FCVBH, EG0300FCVBF: version HPD9
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX - EG1200FDJYT, EG0900FDJYR: version HPD4
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EG0300FCHHR, EG0450FCHHT, EG0600FCHHU, EG0900FCHHV: version HPD8
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EG0300FBLSE, EG0450FBLSF, EG0600FBLSH, EG0900FBLSK: version HPD8
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EH0300JDYTH,EH0450JDYTK,EH0600JDYTL: version HPD4
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX - MB6000FEDAU: version HPD4
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EG1200FCVBQ,EG1200FDNJT: version HPD8
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX -MB2000FCZGH, MB3000FCZGK, MB4000FCZGL: version HPD7
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - MB3000FBNWV and MB2000FCQPF: version HPD9
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EH0300JEDHC, EH0450JEDHD and EH0600JEDHE: version HPD4
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX - MB4000JEQNL,MB6000JEQNN: version HPD7
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - MM1000JEFRB, MM2000JEFRC: version HPD7
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX -EG0300JEHLV,EG0600JEHMA, EG0900JEHMB,EG1200JEHMC: version HPD3
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX - EG1800JEHMD: version HPD4
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX - EH0600JDYTN: version HPD5
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EG1200JEMDA,EG0900JFCKB,EG0600JEMCV,EG0300JFCKA: version HPD6
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX -MM1000FECVH: version HPD2
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EH0146FAWJB,EH0072FAWJA,DH0146FAQRE,DH0072FAQRD: version HPDK
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EH0146FBQDC,EH0300FBQDD: version HPD5
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX -MM0500FBFVQ,MM1000FBFVR: version HPD9
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX -DG0300FAMWN, DG0146FAMWL, EG0300FAWHV,EG0146FAWHU: version HPDG
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX -DG0300BALVP, DG0146BALVN, DG0072BALVL,DG0300BAHZQ,DG0146BAHZP: version HPD5
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX - MB6000JEFND, MB4000JEFNC: version HPD9
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EH0300JDXBA, EH0450JDXBB, EH0600JDXBC: version HPD5
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX - EG1800JEMDB: version HPD3
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - MB4000JFDSN,MB2000JFDSL: version HPD3
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX - MM1000JFJTH: version HPD2
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EF0600FARNA, EF0450FARMV, EF0300FARMU: version HPD9
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EG1200JETKC, EG0900JETKB, EG0600JETKA: version HPD6
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EH0146FCBVB, EH0300FCBVC: version HPD8
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX - MB4000JFEPB, MB2000JFEPA: version HPD2
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX - MB6000JEQUV, MB8000JEQVA: version HPD9
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EG000300JWBHR: version HPD3
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EG0900FCSPN,EG0600FCSPL,EG0450FCSPK,EG0300FCSPH: version HPD2
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - MB6000JEXYB, MB4000JEXYA: version HPD6
Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX- MB4000JVYZQ, MB3000JVYZP, MB2000JVYZN, MB1000JVYZL: version HPD2
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - MB6000JVYYV: version HPD2
Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX- EH000900JWCPN, EH000600JWCPL, EH000300JWCPK: version HPD3
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EH000900JWCPH, EH000600JWCPF: version HPD3
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX - EG000600JWEBH, EG000300JWEBF: version HPD3
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EG1800JFHMH: version HPD5
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX - MB6000JEFND, MB4000JEFNC: version HPD9

Note:

  • If p410i SAS IO version is 5.82, SUM cannot be used to update it to a later version, an alternate method must be used (EFI applications, ISO images, ...). All other IO components, included in this bundle, may be updated using SUM.
  • If a system FW update is pending, it will be automatically activated at next server power off, and server will only power on after the firmware activation completes.
    • To verify if a system FW update is pending, run the iLO3 MP “SYSREV” command and check if the Pending column shows any version for “System FW”.
  • While the server is powered off, you can monitor the progress of the system firmware activation by running the iLO3 MP “FW” command.

DESCRIPTION:
This bundle contains the SUM application with the firmware for HPE Integrity BL860c/BL870c/BL890c i4/i6 Servers (System firmware (SFW), FPGA firmware, iLO-3 MP firmware & Power Monitor firmware), I/O and HDD Firmware). This bundle can be used to update the firmware using the SUM application.

WARNING:

  • After January 31st, 2017, some browsers may stop accepting the existing SHA1 based iLO SSL certificates. This may result in security warnings or may even render iLO Web GUI inaccessible with the latest browsers.
    Recommendation (for i4 servers):

    • If the users have imported a SSL certificate signed by trusted Certificate Authority, the users can double check if the certificate uses a SHA2 based signature algorithm.

    • If the iLO is using a self-generated certificate, then users can use the iLO ‘SO’ command or iLO Web GUI to generate a new SHA2 based SSL certificate for iLO post firmware upgrade.

For details on how to generate and import a certificate, you may consult the HP Integrity iLO 3 Operations Guide available at http://h20628.www2.hpe.com/km-ext/kmcsdirect/emr_na-c02111169-8.pdf (under ‘Using iLO3’, in the ‘Administration’ section, see ‘Certificate Settings’ section, ‘Table 31 Import Certificate description’).
For more information, see advisory c05315789.

Warning:

  • iLO FW version 1.67.04 or later is required to enable power savings for low voltage DIMMs on i4 systems with newer system boards (version VP4 or later).
    Note: You have a newer system board (version VP4 or later) if the Front Panel HW version in SYSREV output is 5.00 (or later).

Note:

  • It is required to have appropriate SAS RAID firmware (version 6.42 or later) and LAN-On-Motherboard (LOM) firmware (version 4.9.416.12 or later) installed on your server along with this firmware bundle, available on http://www.hpe.com/support/hpesc
    • Current versions can be checked using the HP-UX commands “ioscan -kfnd ciss”, “sautil /dev/cissx vpd” and “nwmgr -q vpd -c lan0”

SUPERSEDES:
HPE Integrity BL860c/BL870c/BL890c i4 Servers
Bundle Version: 47.00
This is the initial version for BL860c/BL870c/BL890c i6 Servers 

PRODUCT MODEL(S):
HPE Integrity BL860c i4 Server
HPE Integrity BL870c i4 Server
HPE Integrity BL890c i4 Server
HPE Integrity BL860c i6 Server
HPE Integrity BL870c i6 Server
HPE Integrity BL890c i6 Server

OPERATING SYSTEMS:

  • HP-UX 11i v3 Mar 2017 Update or later  (for i6 servers)
  • HP-UX 11i v3 September 2012 Update or later (with Insight Management 7.1.2 patch) (for i4 servers)

LANGUAGES:
International English

KNOWN FIRMWARE ISSUES: 

SFW:

  • DDDC (Double Device Data Correction) will not be invoked for a second DRAM failure in certain cases when excessive single bit memory errors are observed. This will be indicated by a WBEM Event 7000. There is no impact to customer applications however it is recommended to service the DIMM upon seeing this event as the server will stop correcting single bits memory errors if one more DRAM in the same rank fails.

iLO:

  • In the iLO 3 and OA Web GUI, when displaying screens with the nPar configuration for i6 blades, the graphic shows correctly the blade name (BL8x0c i6) but it shows the former HP logo instead of the new HPE logo. This will be fixed in future releases.
  • The Firefox browser version 52 or later does not support launching of Integrity iLO3 virtual media and Remote Serial Console Java applets.  Internet Explorer or Firefox version 51 (or earlier) have to be used by the users to access these services.
  • IRC (Integrated Remote Console) is currently not supported for Google Chrome browser. Please use Internet Explorer or Firefox browsers to access iLO if IRC has to be accessed.
  • In enhanced security mode (when ‘Enforce AES/3DES’ option is enabled), TLS 1.0, TLS 1.1 and SHA1 are disabled by default. If the .NET framework or the .NET ClickOnce application used in the client does not support TLS 1.2, Integrated Remote Console (IRC) application download will fail. It is recommended to upgrade the Microsoft .NET framework.  As an alternative, iLO Text User Interface command ‘SO’ provides an option ‘Enable TLS1’ to enable TLS 1.0, TLS 1.1 and SHA1 in enhanced security mode for browser based access to iLO.
  • UEFI may fail to detect vMedia when UEFI boots with vMedia, both USB key and DVD already connected.
    Workaround: Issuing “reconnect -r” should display virtual devices in the UEFI. 

KNOWN IO FIRMWARE ISSUES: 

  • Online firmware update may fail for newer Qlogic 8 GB FC cards with the error: "Error: ROM programming was unsuccessful".
    Workaround: HPE recommends updating these FC cards using the EFI bundle instead. The EFI bundle is available at http://www.hpe.com/support/hpesc; enter the card product name, select the Operating System “OS Independent”, then category "EFI".
    Note: This issue exists in driver version FibrChanl-01 B.11.31.1503 or earlier and is fixed in driver version FibrChanl-01 B.11.31.1506.

DISCLAIMER:
The information in this document is subject to change without notice.

Hewlett Packard Enterprise makes no warranty of any kind with regard to this material, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. Hewlett Packard Enterprise shall not be liable for errors contained herein or for incidental or consequential damages in connection with the furnishing, performance, or use of this material.

This document contains proprietary information that is protected by copyright. All rights are reserved. No part of this document may be reproduced, photocopied, or translated to another language without the prior written consent of Hewlett Packard Enterprise.
(C) Copyright 1994-2017 Hewlett Packard Enterprise Development L.P.

FEEDBACK 
As we are continuing to improve the firmware management process we welcome your feedback on this document and on the firmware update process. 
TEAM-FWupdateFeedback@groups.ext.hpe.com

 

Version:49.01 (29 Jun 2017)
Fixes

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


  • Fix for Vulnerability CVE-2016-6304 which could make iLO susceptible to DoS attacks

  • vMedia applet can now be launched with Java 7 update 51 without requiring to add iLO URL to the Java security exception list

Enhancements

  • Added support for BL8x0c i6 platforms (starting with Firmware version 49.01)

Type: Firmware (Entitlement Required)
Version: 49.01(29 Jun 2017)
Operating System(s):
HP-UX 11.31 (IA)
OS Independent

Description

This bundle contains the Smart Update Manager (SUM) Windows x86 application, the firmware for HPE Integrity BL860c/BL870c/BL890c i4/i6 Servers (System firmware (SFW), FPGA firmware, iLO-3 MP firmware & Power Monitor firmware, I/O and HDD firmware). This bundle can be used to update the firmware using the SUM application from a Windows x86 system.

Enhancements

  • Added support for BL8x0c i6 platforms (starting with Firmware version 49.01)

Installation Instructions

Prerequisites:

  • OA 4.60 and VC 4.50 are the recommended versions for the enclosure.
  • Warning: For i4 servers, WBEMMgtBundle version C.07.01 (or later) is required for the system firmware enhancements introduced in firmware version 44.01 to be fully effective. To minimize the number of reboots, it is recommended to install WBEMMgtBundle C.07.01 before updating the system firmware to version 44.01 or later. WBEMMgtBundle may be downloaded from http://software.hpe.com.
  • iLO-3 MP(s) must be on the network (reachable from local system) and have static IP or be configured with DHCP.
  • An http daemon, service or IDS (Intrusion Detection System) running in the local system may interfere with SUM connecting to remote hosts, hence these services may need to be disabled when SUM is running.
  • SUM version 7.6.5 or later is required for updating firmware on the i6 servers.

For latest dependencies on SAS IO, LOM, OA and VC, refer to this matrix:
integrity-release-sets


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

8c87f2b80686f87b7207ee470926d6ff62a7a1adb51c466d093a88140ab410a9 system_bl8x0c_i4_i6_fw_bndl_win.exe
0d2545f1a7c02a0665a51e57f61746721b12c3ab571d458e596e2ff554535192 system_bl8x0c_i4_i6_fw_bndl_win.exe.md5sum

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


Installation:

Please review all instructions and the "Hewlett Packard Enterprise Support Tool License Terms" or your Hewlett Packard Enterprise support terms and conditions for precautions, scope of license, restrictions, and limitation of liability and warranties, before installing this package. It is important that you read and understand these instructions completely before you begin. This can determine your success in completing the firmware update.

Important Note: This version of SUM uses an Internet browser as the graphical user interface.  Currently supported browsers are:

 

Win2k8

Win2012

Win2016

SLES11

SLES12

RHEL6

RHEL7

IE 9, 10 or 11

x

x

x

 

 

 

 

Edge

    x        

FireFox 17 ESR

 

 

 

x

x

x

x

FireFox 18 or later

x

x

x

 

 

 

 

Chrome 24 or 25

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

 


Important Note: SUM now uses port 63001 by default for pulling FW files from the server running SUM. 

A. Extracting and Running SUM

  1. Download the firmware bundle binary <filename>.exe or <filename>.tar.gz in a new folder on your system.
  2. Extract the bundle:
    • Windows: double click <filename>.exe then click “Extract”
    • Linux: gunzip <filename>.tar.gz; tar -xvf <filename>.tar
  3. The above steps will extract the contents of the bundle in the new folder where the bundle file is located. SUM and firmware components will reside in the same folder.
  4. Execute hpsum.bat (Windows) or hpsum.sh (Linux) located in the extracted folder, by logging as a user with Administrator or root privilege.  Executing hpsum will bring up your default browser to show the user interface of the Smart Update Manager (SUM).

NOTE: SUM also provides a Command Line Interface (CLI) that allows user to perform scripted installations in silent mode. For more information please refer to the SUM User Guide located at http://www.hpe.com/info/sum-docs or the "CLIHelp.txt" file in the extracted folder.

B. Installing the Firmware Components using SUM - Graphical User Mode

  1. Welcome Screen:
    • Once started, a page displays with SUM main content on it.
  2. For local updates on a Windows or Linux node, use Localhost Guided Update:
    • Select Localhost Guided Update from the main content window
    • Choose Interactive or Automatic mode
    • Continue to step through the process of completing the inventory of the baseline, inventory of the node and deployment of updates to the localhost node.
    • Note: You must have components in the same directory as SUM in order for the baseline to be added during Localhost Guided Update.
  3. For remote OA and iLO nodes
    • Select Baselines from the main content menu
    • Verify that the current directory baseline completes inventory
    • Select Nodes from the main content menu
    • Select 'Add Node' and enter IP address and credentials for the Onboard Administrator, select the Baseline to be assigned from the Baseline drop down, and click 'Add'
    • After initial verification of credentials is done, click Inventory from the Actions menu
    • After Inventory is done on the OA, iLO nodes will be added automatically and Inventory started on them.
    • If a Virtual Connect node was found, click on that node and enter credentials which will start inventory
    • Once inventory is done on all OA, VC and iLO nodes, click on the OA node and start Review/Deploy
    • On the Review page, click to select the associated nodes to update along with the OA.  SUM will sequence the updates as needed.
    • Start the Deploy
    • After Deploy is done, the logs for the updates can be reviewed on each node page
  4. For remote Windows, Linux, HP-UX and VMware nodes
    • Select Nodes from the main content
    • Verify that the current directory baseline completes inventory
    • Select Nodes from the main content menu
    • Select 'Add Node' and enter IP address and credentials for the remote node, select the Baseline to be assigned from the Baseline drop down, and click 'Add'
    • After initial verification of credentials is done, click Inventory from the Actions menu
    • After Inventory is done on the node, click Review/Deploy from the Actions menu
    • Review the updates to be applied and make changes to installation options as needed
    • Start Deploy
    • After Deploy is done, the logs for the updates can be viewed on the node page

Note:

  • Online complex firmware update is supported starting with firmware version 5.73.0. For more details, refer to the online firmware update table and notes at the top of the release notes.
  • If doing an offline firmware update, you must power off all partitions before upgrading the firmware and then use the ALL option with the offline firmware upgrade to ensure that the partitions will boot with the new partition firmware after the update. 
  • Additional details about online complex firmware updates can be found in the “HPE Integrity Superdome X and Superdome 2 Onboard Administrator User Guide”
  • See the SUM user Guide for more information.

SUM KNOWN ISSUES:

  • SUM fails on Windows due to McAfee firewalls. This is a known issue with McAfee that McAfee firewalls block SUM traffic.

            To resolve this issue, enable the port traffic associated with the SUM application by performing the following steps:

  1. Bring up McAfee Host Intrusion Prevention
    • Windows Vista: From the system tray, click the McAfee icon -> Manage Features -> Host Intrusion Prevention
    • Windows 7: From the system tray, right click Host Intrusion Prevention icon -> Configure
  2. Select the Activity Log tab. Notice the entry in the Message column similar to the following: Blocked Incoming TCP from the HOST (x.x.x.x) during execution of SUM.
  3. Select the Firewall Policy tab.
  4. On the bottom of the screen, click Add (Add new rule).
  5. Use the following settings for the new firewall rules on your system.
    Action: Permit
    Protocol: IP - TCP
    Direction: Incoming
    Local Service: Single - 63001
    Remote Service: Range From: 1024 - To: 65535
    Address: Any Active
  6. Click OK to ensure new firewall rules have been implemented.
  7. Restart SUM.
  • Refer to the SUM Release Notes   for complete list of known SUM installation issues.

Release Notes

End User License Agreements:
HPE Software License Agreement v1
Hewlett-Packard End User License Agreement
BSD License
gSOAP Software End User License Agreement
Libcurl End User License Agreement
The MIT License Agreement
OpenSSL License Agreement
zlib End User License Agreement


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


Important:

TITLE: HPE Integrity BL860c/BL870c/BL890c i4/i6 Servers Firmware Bundle - for Smart Update Manager

READ BEFORE INSTALLING:
Please download the complete release notes for this release here.

VERSION: 
Smart Update Bundle
Bundle Version: 49.01
System Firmware Version: 02.68
FPGA Firmware Version: 02.02
iLO-3 Firmware Version: 02.00.03
Power Monitor Firmware Version: 03.04
Front Panel HW: 04.00 or 05.00
PRS HW: 02.08
IOH HW: 02.02

I/O components for HPE Integrity Servers (HP-UX only):
Firmware Flash Component for BL8x0c i4/i6 iocxgbe (LOM): version 4.9.416.12
Firmware Flash Component for BL8x0c i4/i6 p410i SAS:
version FW 6.42, EFI 3.58
Firmware Flash Component for Add-in Smart Array Adapters :
version 2013.09.25
      p711m: FW  6.42, EFI 3.58
Firmware Flash Component for Qlogic Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapters: version 2016.03.30
     451871-B21 QMH2562: FW 5.06.06, EFI 2.27
Firmware Flash Component for InfiniBand Adapters: version 2012.11.30
      592519-B21: FW 2.9.1000 (only support with i4 servers)
Firmware Flash Component for Emulex Adapters: version 2015.05.21(a)
     456972-B21 LPe1205: FW 2.02x2, EFI 4.01a5
     NC552m: FW 4.9.416.12, LAN EFI 49.00a11 (only supported with i4 servers)
     NC551m, NC553m: FW 4.9.416.12, LAN EFI 49.00a11, FCoE EFI 5.21.a13

Firmware Flash Component for Intel and Broadcom NICs: version 2014.10.27 - installs at UEFI:
 Warning: Use this component for Broadcom NC532m only if IEXGBE-DRV revision is lower than B.11.31.1303:
       Intel NC360m, NC364m: EFI 4.3.02 (only supported with i4 servers)
       NC532m: FW 6.2.28, EFI 5.2.60

Firmware Flash Component for Broadcom NIC HP-UX: version 2014.2.18:
   Warning: Use this component for Broadcom NC532m only if IEXGBE-DRV version is B.11.31.1303 or later:
    NC532m: FW 6.2.28, EFI 5.2.60

Smart Update Manager (SUM)
SUM Version: 7.6.5

HDD firmware (for HP-UX only):

Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - MB2000FBUCL and MB3000FBUCN: version HPDA
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - MB1000FCWPP, MB2000FCVBV, MB3000FCVCA, MB4000FCVCB: version HPD4
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX - EG0900FBVFQ, EG0600FBVFP, EG0450FBVFM, EG0300FBVFL: version HPDE
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - MB4000FCWDK, MB3000FCWDH, MB2000FCWDF, MB1000FCWDE: version HPDB
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EG0900FCVBL, EG0600FCVBK, EG0450FCVBH, EG0300FCVBF: version HPD9
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX - EG1200FDJYT, EG0900FDJYR: version HPD4
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EG0300FCHHR, EG0450FCHHT, EG0600FCHHU, EG0900FCHHV: version HPD8
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EG0300FBLSE, EG0450FBLSF, EG0600FBLSH, EG0900FBLSK: version HPD8
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EH0300JDYTH,EH0450JDYTK,EH0600JDYTL: version HPD4
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX - MB6000FEDAU: version HPD4
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EG1200FCVBQ,EG1200FDNJT: version HPD8
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX -MB2000FCZGH, MB3000FCZGK, MB4000FCZGL: version HPD7
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - MB3000FBNWV and MB2000FCQPF: version HPD9
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EH0300JEDHC, EH0450JEDHD and EH0600JEDHE: version HPD4
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX - MB4000JEQNL,MB6000JEQNN: version HPD7
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - MM1000JEFRB, MM2000JEFRC: version HPD7
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX -EG0300JEHLV,EG0600JEHMA, EG0900JEHMB,EG1200JEHMC: version HPD3
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX - EG1800JEHMD: version HPD4
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX - EH0600JDYTN: version HPD5
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EG1200JEMDA,EG0900JFCKB,EG0600JEMCV,EG0300JFCKA: version HPD6
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX -MM1000FECVH: version HPD2
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EH0146FAWJB,EH0072FAWJA,DH0146FAQRE,DH0072FAQRD: version HPDK
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EH0146FBQDC,EH0300FBQDD: version HPD5
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX -MM0500FBFVQ,MM1000FBFVR: version HPD9
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX -DG0300FAMWN, DG0146FAMWL, EG0300FAWHV,EG0146FAWHU: version HPDG
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX -DG0300BALVP, DG0146BALVN, DG0072BALVL,DG0300BAHZQ,DG0146BAHZP: version HPD5
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX - MB6000JEFND, MB4000JEFNC: version HPD9
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EH0300JDXBA, EH0450JDXBB, EH0600JDXBC: version HPD5
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX - EG1800JEMDB: version HPD3
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - MB4000JFDSN,MB2000JFDSL: version HPD3
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX - MM1000JFJTH: version HPD2
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EF0600FARNA, EF0450FARMV, EF0300FARMU: version HPD9
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EG1200JETKC, EG0900JETKB, EG0600JETKA: version HPD6
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EH0146FCBVB, EH0300FCBVC: version HPD8
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX - MB4000JFEPB, MB2000JFEPA: version HPD2
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX - MB6000JEQUV, MB8000JEQVA: version HPD9
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EG000300JWBHR: version HPD3
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EG0900FCSPN,EG0600FCSPL,EG0450FCSPK,EG0300FCSPH: version HPD2
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - MB6000JEXYB, MB4000JEXYA: version HPD6
Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX- MB4000JVYZQ, MB3000JVYZP, MB2000JVYZN, MB1000JVYZL: version HPD2
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - MB6000JVYYV: version HPD2
Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX- EH000900JWCPN, EH000600JWCPL, EH000300JWCPK: version HPD3
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EH000900JWCPH, EH000600JWCPF: version HPD3
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX - EG000600JWEBH, EG000300JWEBF: version HPD3
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EG1800JFHMH: version HPD5
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX - MB6000JEFND, MB4000JEFNC: version HPD9

Note:

  • If p410i SAS IO version is 5.82, SUM cannot be used to update it to a later version, an alternate method must be used (EFI applications, ISO images, ...). All other IO components, included in this bundle, may be updated using SUM.
  • If a system FW update is pending, it will be automatically activated at next server power off, and server will only power on after the firmware activation completes.
    • To verify if a system FW update is pending, run the iLO3 MP “SYSREV” command and check if the Pending column shows any version for “System FW”.
  • While the server is powered off, you can monitor the progress of the system firmware activation by running the iLO3 MP “FW” command.

DESCRIPTION:
This bundle contains the SUM application with the firmware for HPE Integrity BL860c/BL870c/BL890c i4/i6 Servers (System firmware (SFW), FPGA firmware, iLO-3 MP firmware & Power Monitor firmware), I/O and HDD Firmware). This bundle can be used to update the firmware using the SUM application.

WARNING:

  • After January 31st, 2017, some browsers may stop accepting the existing SHA1 based iLO SSL certificates. This may result in security warnings or may even render iLO Web GUI inaccessible with the latest browsers.
    Recommendation (for i4 servers):

    • If the users have imported a SSL certificate signed by trusted Certificate Authority, the users can double check if the certificate uses a SHA2 based signature algorithm.

    • If the iLO is using a self-generated certificate, then users can use the iLO ‘SO’ command or iLO Web GUI to generate a new SHA2 based SSL certificate for iLO post firmware upgrade.

For details on how to generate and import a certificate, you may consult the HP Integrity iLO 3 Operations Guide available at http://h20628.www2.hpe.com/km-ext/kmcsdirect/emr_na-c02111169-8.pdf (under ‘Using iLO3’, in the ‘Administration’ section, see ‘Certificate Settings’ section, ‘Table 31 Import Certificate description’).
For more information, see advisory c05315789.

Warning:

  • iLO FW version 1.67.04 or later is required to enable power savings for low voltage DIMMs on i4 systems with newer system boards (version VP4 or later).
    Note: You have a newer system board (version VP4 or later) if the Front Panel HW version in SYSREV output is 5.00 (or later).

Note:

  • It is required to have appropriate SAS RAID firmware (version 6.42 or later) and LAN-On-Motherboard (LOM) firmware (version 4.9.416.12 or later) installed on your server along with this firmware bundle, available on http://www.hpe.com/support/hpesc
    • Current versions can be checked using the HP-UX commands “ioscan -kfnd ciss”, “sautil /dev/cissx vpd” and “nwmgr -q vpd -c lan0”

SUPERSEDES:
HPE Integrity BL860c/BL870c/BL890c i4 Servers
Bundle Version: 47.00
This is the initial version for BL860c/BL870c/BL890c i6 Servers 

PRODUCT MODEL(S):
HPE Integrity BL860c i4 Server
HPE Integrity BL870c i4 Server
HPE Integrity BL890c i4 Server
HPE Integrity BL860c i6 Server
HPE Integrity BL870c i6 Server
HPE Integrity BL890c i6 Server

OPERATING SYSTEMS:

  • HP-UX 11i v3 Mar 2017 Update or later  (for i6 servers)
  • HP-UX 11i v3 September 2012 Update or later (with Insight Management 7.1.2 patch) (for i4 servers)

LANGUAGES:
International English

KNOWN FIRMWARE ISSUES: 

SFW:

  • DDDC (Double Device Data Correction) will not be invoked for a second DRAM failure in certain cases when excessive single bit memory errors are observed. This will be indicated by a WBEM Event 7000. There is no impact to customer applications however it is recommended to service the DIMM upon seeing this event as the server will stop correcting single bits memory errors if one more DRAM in the same rank fails.

iLO:

  • In the iLO 3 and OA Web GUI, when displaying screens with the nPar configuration for i6 blades, the graphic shows correctly the blade name (BL8x0c i6) but it shows the former HP logo instead of the new HPE logo. This will be fixed in future releases.
  • The Firefox browser version 52 or later does not support launching of Integrity iLO3 virtual media and Remote Serial Console Java applets.  Internet Explorer or Firefox version 51 (or earlier) have to be used by the users to access these services.
  • IRC (Integrated Remote Console) is currently not supported for Google Chrome browser. Please use Internet Explorer or Firefox browsers to access iLO if IRC has to be accessed.
  • In enhanced security mode (when ‘Enforce AES/3DES’ option is enabled), TLS 1.0, TLS 1.1 and SHA1 are disabled by default. If the .NET framework or the .NET ClickOnce application used in the client does not support TLS 1.2, Integrated Remote Console (IRC) application download will fail. It is recommended to upgrade the Microsoft .NET framework.  As an alternative, iLO Text User Interface command ‘SO’ provides an option ‘Enable TLS1’ to enable TLS 1.0, TLS 1.1 and SHA1 in enhanced security mode for browser based access to iLO.
  • UEFI may fail to detect vMedia when UEFI boots with vMedia, both USB key and DVD already connected.
    Workaround: Issuing “reconnect -r” should display virtual devices in the UEFI. 

KNOWN IO FIRMWARE ISSUES: 

  • Online firmware update may fail for newer Qlogic 8 GB FC cards with the error: "Error: ROM programming was unsuccessful".
    Workaround: HPE recommends updating these FC cards using the EFI bundle instead. The EFI bundle is available at http://www.hpe.com/support/hpesc; enter the card product name, select the Operating System “OS Independent”, then category "EFI".
    Note: This issue exists in driver version FibrChanl-01 B.11.31.1503 or earlier and is fixed in driver version FibrChanl-01 B.11.31.1506.

DISCLAIMER:
The information in this document is subject to change without notice.

Hewlett Packard Enterprise makes no warranty of any kind with regard to this material, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. Hewlett Packard Enterprise shall not be liable for errors contained herein or for incidental or consequential damages in connection with the furnishing, performance, or use of this material.

This document contains proprietary information that is protected by copyright. All rights are reserved. No part of this document may be reproduced, photocopied, or translated to another language without the prior written consent of Hewlett Packard Enterprise.
(C) Copyright 1994-2017 Hewlett Packard Enterprise Development L.P.

FEEDBACK 
As we are continuing to improve the firmware management process we welcome your feedback on this document and on the firmware update process. 
TEAM-FWupdateFeedback@groups.ext.hpe.com

 


Fixes

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


  • Fix for Vulnerability CVE-2016-6304 which could make iLO susceptible to DoS attacks

  • vMedia applet can now be launched with Java 7 update 51 without requiring to add iLO URL to the Java security exception list

Important

TITLE: HPE Integrity BL860c/BL870c/BL890c i4/i6 Servers Firmware Bundle - for Smart Update Manager

READ BEFORE INSTALLING:
Please download the complete release notes for this release here.

VERSION: 
Smart Update Bundle
Bundle Version: 49.01
System Firmware Version: 02.68
FPGA Firmware Version: 02.02
iLO-3 Firmware Version: 02.00.03
Power Monitor Firmware Version: 03.04
Front Panel HW: 04.00 or 05.00
PRS HW: 02.08
IOH HW: 02.02

I/O components for HPE Integrity Servers (HP-UX only):
Firmware Flash Component for BL8x0c i4/i6 iocxgbe (LOM): version 4.9.416.12
Firmware Flash Component for BL8x0c i4/i6 p410i SAS:
version FW 6.42, EFI 3.58
Firmware Flash Component for Add-in Smart Array Adapters :
version 2013.09.25
      p711m: FW  6.42, EFI 3.58
Firmware Flash Component for Qlogic Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapters: version 2016.03.30
     451871-B21 QMH2562: FW 5.06.06, EFI 2.27
Firmware Flash Component for InfiniBand Adapters: version 2012.11.30
      592519-B21: FW 2.9.1000 (only support with i4 servers)
Firmware Flash Component for Emulex Adapters: version 2015.05.21(a)
     456972-B21 LPe1205: FW 2.02x2, EFI 4.01a5
     NC552m: FW 4.9.416.12, LAN EFI 49.00a11 (only supported with i4 servers)
     NC551m, NC553m: FW 4.9.416.12, LAN EFI 49.00a11, FCoE EFI 5.21.a13

Firmware Flash Component for Intel and Broadcom NICs: version 2014.10.27 - installs at UEFI:
 Warning: Use this component for Broadcom NC532m only if IEXGBE-DRV revision is lower than B.11.31.1303:
       Intel NC360m, NC364m: EFI 4.3.02 (only supported with i4 servers)
       NC532m: FW 6.2.28, EFI 5.2.60

Firmware Flash Component for Broadcom NIC HP-UX: version 2014.2.18:
   Warning: Use this component for Broadcom NC532m only if IEXGBE-DRV version is B.11.31.1303 or later:
    NC532m: FW 6.2.28, EFI 5.2.60

Smart Update Manager (SUM)
SUM Version: 7.6.5

HDD firmware (for HP-UX only):

Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - MB2000FBUCL and MB3000FBUCN: version HPDA
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - MB1000FCWPP, MB2000FCVBV, MB3000FCVCA, MB4000FCVCB: version HPD4
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX - EG0900FBVFQ, EG0600FBVFP, EG0450FBVFM, EG0300FBVFL: version HPDE
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - MB4000FCWDK, MB3000FCWDH, MB2000FCWDF, MB1000FCWDE: version HPDB
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EG0900FCVBL, EG0600FCVBK, EG0450FCVBH, EG0300FCVBF: version HPD9
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX - EG1200FDJYT, EG0900FDJYR: version HPD4
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EG0300FCHHR, EG0450FCHHT, EG0600FCHHU, EG0900FCHHV: version HPD8
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EG0300FBLSE, EG0450FBLSF, EG0600FBLSH, EG0900FBLSK: version HPD8
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EH0300JDYTH,EH0450JDYTK,EH0600JDYTL: version HPD4
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX - MB6000FEDAU: version HPD4
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EG1200FCVBQ,EG1200FDNJT: version HPD8
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX -MB2000FCZGH, MB3000FCZGK, MB4000FCZGL: version HPD7
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - MB3000FBNWV and MB2000FCQPF: version HPD9
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EH0300JEDHC, EH0450JEDHD and EH0600JEDHE: version HPD4
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX - MB4000JEQNL,MB6000JEQNN: version HPD7
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - MM1000JEFRB, MM2000JEFRC: version HPD7
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX -EG0300JEHLV,EG0600JEHMA, EG0900JEHMB,EG1200JEHMC: version HPD3
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX - EG1800JEHMD: version HPD4
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX - EH0600JDYTN: version HPD5
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EG1200JEMDA,EG0900JFCKB,EG0600JEMCV,EG0300JFCKA: version HPD6
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX -MM1000FECVH: version HPD2
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EH0146FAWJB,EH0072FAWJA,DH0146FAQRE,DH0072FAQRD: version HPDK
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EH0146FBQDC,EH0300FBQDD: version HPD5
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX -MM0500FBFVQ,MM1000FBFVR: version HPD9
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX -DG0300FAMWN, DG0146FAMWL, EG0300FAWHV,EG0146FAWHU: version HPDG
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX -DG0300BALVP, DG0146BALVN, DG0072BALVL,DG0300BAHZQ,DG0146BAHZP: version HPD5
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX - MB6000JEFND, MB4000JEFNC: version HPD9
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EH0300JDXBA, EH0450JDXBB, EH0600JDXBC: version HPD5
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX - EG1800JEMDB: version HPD3
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - MB4000JFDSN,MB2000JFDSL: version HPD3
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX - MM1000JFJTH: version HPD2
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EF0600FARNA, EF0450FARMV, EF0300FARMU: version HPD9
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EG1200JETKC, EG0900JETKB, EG0600JETKA: version HPD6
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EH0146FCBVB, EH0300FCBVC: version HPD8
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX - MB4000JFEPB, MB2000JFEPA: version HPD2
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX - MB6000JEQUV, MB8000JEQVA: version HPD9
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EG000300JWBHR: version HPD3
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EG0900FCSPN,EG0600FCSPL,EG0450FCSPK,EG0300FCSPH: version HPD2
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - MB6000JEXYB, MB4000JEXYA: version HPD6
Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX- MB4000JVYZQ, MB3000JVYZP, MB2000JVYZN, MB1000JVYZL: version HPD2
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - MB6000JVYYV: version HPD2
Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX- EH000900JWCPN, EH000600JWCPL, EH000300JWCPK: version HPD3
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EH000900JWCPH, EH000600JWCPF: version HPD3
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX - EG000600JWEBH, EG000300JWEBF: version HPD3
Online ROM Flash Component for HP-UX - EG1800JFHMH: version HPD5
Supplemental Update / Online ROM Flash Component for HPUX - MB6000JEFND, MB4000JEFNC: version HPD9

Note:

  • If p410i SAS IO version is 5.82, SUM cannot be used to update it to a later version, an alternate method must be used (EFI applications, ISO images, ...). All other IO components, included in this bundle, may be updated using SUM.
  • If a system FW update is pending, it will be automatically activated at next server power off, and server will only power on after the firmware activation completes.
    • To verify if a system FW update is pending, run the iLO3 MP “SYSREV” command and check if the Pending column shows any version for “System FW”.
  • While the server is powered off, you can monitor the progress of the system firmware activation by running the iLO3 MP “FW” command.

DESCRIPTION:
This bundle contains the SUM application with the firmware for HPE Integrity BL860c/BL870c/BL890c i4/i6 Servers (System firmware (SFW), FPGA firmware, iLO-3 MP firmware & Power Monitor firmware), I/O and HDD Firmware). This bundle can be used to update the firmware using the SUM application.

WARNING:

  • After January 31st, 2017, some browsers may stop accepting the existing SHA1 based iLO SSL certificates. This may result in security warnings or may even render iLO Web GUI inaccessible with the latest browsers.
    Recommendation (for i4 servers):

    • If the users have imported a SSL certificate signed by trusted Certificate Authority, the users can double check if the certificate uses a SHA2 based signature algorithm.

    • If the iLO is using a self-generated certificate, then users can use the iLO ‘SO’ command or iLO Web GUI to generate a new SHA2 based SSL certificate for iLO post firmware upgrade.

For details on how to generate and import a certificate, you may consult the HP Integrity iLO 3 Operations Guide available at http://h20628.www2.hpe.com/km-ext/kmcsdirect/emr_na-c02111169-8.pdf (under ‘Using iLO3’, in the ‘Administration’ section, see ‘Certificate Settings’ section, ‘Table 31 Import Certificate description’).
For more information, see advisory c05315789.

Warning:

  • iLO FW version 1.67.04 or later is required to enable power savings for low voltage DIMMs on i4 systems with newer system boards (version VP4 or later).
    Note: You have a newer system board (version VP4 or later) if the Front Panel HW version in SYSREV output is 5.00 (or later).

Note:

  • It is required to have appropriate SAS RAID firmware (version 6.42 or later) and LAN-On-Motherboard (LOM) firmware (version 4.9.416.12 or later) installed on your server along with this firmware bundle, available on http://www.hpe.com/support/hpesc
    • Current versions can be checked using the HP-UX commands “ioscan -kfnd ciss”, “sautil /dev/cissx vpd” and “nwmgr -q vpd -c lan0”

SUPERSEDES:
HPE Integrity BL860c/BL870c/BL890c i4 Servers
Bundle Version: 47.00
This is the initial version for BL860c/BL870c/BL890c i6 Servers 

PRODUCT MODEL(S):
HPE Integrity BL860c i4 Server
HPE Integrity BL870c i4 Server
HPE Integrity BL890c i4 Server
HPE Integrity BL860c i6 Server
HPE Integrity BL870c i6 Server
HPE Integrity BL890c i6 Server

OPERATING SYSTEMS:

  • HP-UX 11i v3 Mar 2017 Update or later  (for i6 servers)
  • HP-UX 11i v3 September 2012 Update or later (with Insight Management 7.1.2 patch) (for i4 servers)

LANGUAGES:
International English

KNOWN FIRMWARE ISSUES: 

SFW:

  • DDDC (Double Device Data Correction) will not be invoked for a second DRAM failure in certain cases when excessive single bit memory errors are observed. This will be indicated by a WBEM Event 7000. There is no impact to customer applications however it is recommended to service the DIMM upon seeing this event as the server will stop correcting single bits memory errors if one more DRAM in the same rank fails.

iLO:

  • In the iLO 3 and OA Web GUI, when displaying screens with the nPar configuration for i6 blades, the graphic shows correctly the blade name (BL8x0c i6) but it shows the former HP logo instead of the new HPE logo. This will be fixed in future releases.
  • The Firefox browser version 52 or later does not support launching of Integrity iLO3 virtual media and Remote Serial Console Java applets.  Internet Explorer or Firefox version 51 (or earlier) have to be used by the users to access these services.
  • IRC (Integrated Remote Console) is currently not supported for Google Chrome browser. Please use Internet Explorer or Firefox browsers to access iLO if IRC has to be accessed.
  • In enhanced security mode (when ‘Enforce AES/3DES’ option is enabled), TLS 1.0, TLS 1.1 and SHA1 are disabled by default. If the .NET framework or the .NET ClickOnce application used in the client does not support TLS 1.2, Integrated Remote Console (IRC) application download will fail. It is recommended to upgrade the Microsoft .NET framework.  As an alternative, iLO Text User Interface command ‘SO’ provides an option ‘Enable TLS1’ to enable TLS 1.0, TLS 1.1 and SHA1 in enhanced security mode for browser based access to iLO.
  • UEFI may fail to detect vMedia when UEFI boots with vMedia, both USB key and DVD already connected.
    Workaround: Issuing “reconnect -r” should display virtual devices in the UEFI. 

KNOWN IO FIRMWARE ISSUES: 

  • Online firmware update may fail for newer Qlogic 8 GB FC cards with the error: "Error: ROM programming was unsuccessful".
    Workaround: HPE recommends updating these FC cards using the EFI bundle instead. The EFI bundle is available at http://www.hpe.com/support/hpesc; enter the card product name, select the Operating System “OS Independent”, then category "EFI".
    Note: This issue exists in driver version FibrChanl-01 B.11.31.1503 or earlier and is fixed in driver version FibrChanl-01 B.11.31.1506.

DISCLAIMER:
The information in this document is subject to change without notice.

Hewlett Packard Enterprise makes no warranty of any kind with regard to this material, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. Hewlett Packard Enterprise shall not be liable for errors contained herein or for incidental or consequential damages in connection with the furnishing, performance, or use of this material.

This document contains proprietary information that is protected by copyright. All rights are reserved. No part of this document may be reproduced, photocopied, or translated to another language without the prior written consent of Hewlett Packard Enterprise.
(C) Copyright 1994-2017 Hewlett Packard Enterprise Development L.P.

FEEDBACK 
As we are continuing to improve the firmware management process we welcome your feedback on this document and on the firmware update process. 
TEAM-FWupdateFeedback@groups.ext.hpe.com

 

Revision History

Version:49.01 (29 Jun 2017)
Fixes

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


  • Fix for Vulnerability CVE-2016-6304 which could make iLO susceptible to DoS attacks

  • vMedia applet can now be launched with Java 7 update 51 without requiring to add iLO URL to the Java security exception list

Enhancements

  • Added support for BL8x0c i6 platforms (starting with Firmware version 49.01)

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