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** CRITICAL ** Online HDD/SDD Flash Component for Linux (x64) - VO007680JWCNK and VO015300JWCNL Drives

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Type: Firmware - SAS Storage Disk
Version: HPD8(9 Dec 2019)
Operating System(s): Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Server (x86-64)
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 Server
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 Server
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 (AMD64/EM64T)
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 15
Multi-part download
File name: firmware-hdd-4c048aaeb0-HPD8-1.1.x86_64.compsig (2.1 KB)
File name: firmware-hdd-4c048aaeb0-HPD8-1.1.x86_64.rpm (4.8 MB)
This x64 Smart Component provides firmware for the following drive models: VO007680JWCNK and VO015300JWCNL

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

b1acb69e93bf8976795d415e190aeff9810931fc777f6c171fe6dac7a59fb7eb rpm/RPMS/x86_64/firmware-hdd-4c048aaeb0-HPD8-1.1.x86_64.rpm
393c32fc2c52f0a945da6788dba00b398f0d68a1aac1ab10b0de6ca9eacf8563 rpm/RPMS/x86_64/firmware-hdd-4c048aaeb0-HPD8-1.1.x86_64.compsig

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


Installation:

To update firmware from Linux operating system on target server:

Updating firmware by installing the rpm:

  • Install the firmware rpm using the command:  rpm -ivh <rpm_filename>.  This extracts the contents of the rpm to the '/usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu' location.
  • The CP<nnnnnn>.scexe script is located in the 'scexe-compat' folder. The actual name of the 'firmware-hdd-<xxxxxxxxxx>-*' folder is based on the version of the rpm installed in the first step above.  
  • To install firmware, you can execute ONE of the following commands:
    • ./CP<nnnnnn>.scexe in the '/usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/scexe-compat' location (OR)
    • ./setup in the '/usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/firmware-hdd-<xxxxxxxxxx>-*' location
  • The results of the firmware upgrade are saved to the Component.log file, located in the /var/cpq/ directory.
  • To uninstall the rpm, run the command: rpm -e <rpm_package_name>, which is the rpm filename without the '.rpm' extension.

Updating firmware without installing the rpm:

  • Extract the contents of the rpm using the command: rpm2cpio <rpm_filename>.rpm | cpio -id.  This extracts the contents of the rpm to 'usr' folder in the current directory.
  • Navigate to the 'usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/firmware-hdd-<xxxxxxxxxx>-*' location and run ./setup to update the firmware. The actual name of the 'firmware-hdd-<xxxxxxxxxx>-*' folder is based on the version of the rpm installed in the step above.
  • The results of the firmware upgrade are saved to the Component.log file, located in the /var/cpq/ directory.

Additional Information:

Installing the firmware rpm package (rpm -ivh) does not update the firmware.  It merely extracts the rpm content to the local system. Updating the firmware on the local system requires following the above outlined steps.

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

Offline:

  • Place the Service Pack for ProLiant on a USB key using the USB Key Utility for Windows.
  • Place the desired firmware to be updated in the directory, /packages on the USB key.
  • Boot from the newly created Service Pack for Proliant USB key.
  • Follow Smart Update Manager steps to complete firmware update.

Online:

  • Login as root. (You must be root in order to apply the ROM update.)
  • Place the desired firmware to be updated in the directory, /packages.
  • Run launch_sum.sh 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


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

  • Online firmware flashing of drives attached to a Smart Array controller running in Zero Memory (ZM) mode or Host Bus Adapter (HBA) is NOT supported. Only offline firmware flashing of drives is supported for these configurations. 
  • Online drive firmware update available for Smart Array Controllers configured in systems running supported Linux, Microsoft Windows, and VMware environments. All other OSes would require an offline update using the Service Pack for ProLiant and Smart Update Manager. 

Notes:

Deliverable Name:
     Online HDD/SDD Flash Component for Linux (x64) - VO007680JWCNK and VO015300JWCNL Drives

Release Version and/or Date:
     HPD8

Last Recommended or Critical Version:
     HPD8

Previous Version of Firmware:
     None

Firmware Dependency:
     None

Enhancements/New Features:

     None

Problems Fixed:

  • The issue affects SSDs with an HPE firmware version prior to HPD8 that results in SSD failure at 32,768 hours of operation (i.e., 3 years, 270 days 8 hours), neither the SSD nor the data can be recovered, after the SSD failure occurs.
  • In addition, SSDs which were put into service at the same time will likely fail nearly simultaneously.
  • For more information, refer to HPE Customer Advisory at the following URL: https://support.hpe.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?docId=emr_na-a00092491en_us

Known Issues:
     None


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

  • Online firmware flashing of drives attached to a Smart Array controller running in Zero Memory (ZM) mode or Host Bus Adapter (HBA) is NOT supported. Only offline firmware flashing of drives is supported for these configurations. 
  • Online drive firmware update available for Smart Array Controllers configured in systems running supported Linux, Microsoft Windows, and VMware environments. All other OSes would require an offline update using the Service Pack for ProLiant and Smart Update Manager. 

  • The issue affects SSDs with an HPE firmware version prior to HPD8 that results in SSD failure at 32,768 hours of operation (i.e., 3 years, 270 days 8 hours), neither the SSD nor the data can be recovered, after the SSD failure occurs.
  • In addition, SSDs which were put into service at the same time will likely fail nearly simultaneously.
  • For more information, refer to HPE Customer Advisory at the following URL: https://support.hpe.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?docId=emr_na-a00092491en_us
Version:HPD8(B) (5 Oct 2020)
Fixes

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

  • Online firmware flashing of drives attached to a Smart Array controller running in Zero Memory (ZM) mode is NOT supported. Only offline firmware flashing of drives is supported for these configurations.
  • Online drive firmware update available for Smart Array Controllers configured in systems running supported Linux, Microsoft Windows, and VMware environments. All other OSes would require an offline update using the Service Pack for ProLiant and Smart Update Manager.
  • Customers who already installed latest firmware version do not need to update to sub version like (B) (C) (D) etc..

  • The issue affects SSDs with an HPE firmware version prior to HPD8 that results in SSD failure at 32,768 hours of operation (i.e., 3 years, 270 days 8 hours), neither the SSD nor the data can be recovered, after the SSD failure occurs.
  • In addition, SSDs which were put into service at the same time will likely fail nearly simultaneously.
  • For more information, refer to HPE Customer Advisory at the following URL: https://support.hpe.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?docId=emr_na-a00092491en_us
Enhancements

  • Added support for RHEL 8.2

Version:HPD8 (9 Dec 2019)
Fixes

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

  • Online firmware flashing of drives attached to a Smart Array controller running in Zero Memory (ZM) mode or Host Bus Adapter (HBA) is NOT supported. Only offline firmware flashing of drives is supported for these configurations. 
  • Online drive firmware update available for Smart Array Controllers configured in systems running supported Linux, Microsoft Windows, and VMware environments. All other OSes would require an offline update using the Service Pack for ProLiant and Smart Update Manager. 

  • The issue affects SSDs with an HPE firmware version prior to HPD8 that results in SSD failure at 32,768 hours of operation (i.e., 3 years, 270 days 8 hours), neither the SSD nor the data can be recovered, after the SSD failure occurs.
  • In addition, SSDs which were put into service at the same time will likely fail nearly simultaneously.
  • For more information, refer to HPE Customer Advisory at the following URL: https://support.hpe.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?docId=emr_na-a00092491en_us

Version:HPD1 (13 Nov 2019)
Fixes

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

  • Online firmware flashing of drives attached to a Smart Array controller running in Zero Memory (ZM) mode or Host Bus Adapter (HBA) is NOT supported. Only offline firmware flashing of drives is supported for these configurations.
  • Online drive firmware update available for Smart Array Controllers configured in systems running supported Linux, Microsoft Windows, and VMware environments. All other OSes would require an offline update using the Service Pack for ProLiant and Smart Update Manager.

*REMOVED* - Version HPD1 is NO LONGER AVAILABLE for download. Replacement version HPD8 is available from the Revision History tab on this web page. Version HPD8 will be available soon in Service Pack for ProLiant. For more information, refer to HPE Customer Advisory at the following URL: https://support.hpe.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?docId=emr_na-a00092491en_us. This component provides and installs updated version of firmware for the following drive models: VO007680JWCNK and VO015300JWCNL

Replacement version HPD8 resolves the following issues:

  • The issue affects SSDs with an HPE firmware version prior to HPD8 that results in SSD failure at 32,768 hours of operation (i.e., 3 years, 270 days 8 hours), neither the SSD nor the data can be recovered, after the SSD failure occurs.
  • In addition, SSDs which were put into service at the same time will likely fail nearly simultaneously.

Type: Firmware - SAS Storage Disk
Version: HPD8(9 Dec 2019)
Operating System(s):
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Server (x86-64)
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 Server
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 Server
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 (AMD64/EM64T)
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 15

Description

This x64 Smart Component provides firmware for the following drive models: VO007680JWCNK and VO015300JWCNL

Installation Instructions

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

b1acb69e93bf8976795d415e190aeff9810931fc777f6c171fe6dac7a59fb7eb rpm/RPMS/x86_64/firmware-hdd-4c048aaeb0-HPD8-1.1.x86_64.rpm
393c32fc2c52f0a945da6788dba00b398f0d68a1aac1ab10b0de6ca9eacf8563 rpm/RPMS/x86_64/firmware-hdd-4c048aaeb0-HPD8-1.1.x86_64.compsig

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


Installation:

To update firmware from Linux operating system on target server:

Updating firmware by installing the rpm:

  • Install the firmware rpm using the command:  rpm -ivh <rpm_filename>.  This extracts the contents of the rpm to the '/usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu' location.
  • The CP<nnnnnn>.scexe script is located in the 'scexe-compat' folder. The actual name of the 'firmware-hdd-<xxxxxxxxxx>-*' folder is based on the version of the rpm installed in the first step above.  
  • To install firmware, you can execute ONE of the following commands:
    • ./CP<nnnnnn>.scexe in the '/usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/scexe-compat' location (OR)
    • ./setup in the '/usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/firmware-hdd-<xxxxxxxxxx>-*' location
  • The results of the firmware upgrade are saved to the Component.log file, located in the /var/cpq/ directory.
  • To uninstall the rpm, run the command: rpm -e <rpm_package_name>, which is the rpm filename without the '.rpm' extension.

Updating firmware without installing the rpm:

  • Extract the contents of the rpm using the command: rpm2cpio <rpm_filename>.rpm | cpio -id.  This extracts the contents of the rpm to 'usr' folder in the current directory.
  • Navigate to the 'usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/firmware-hdd-<xxxxxxxxxx>-*' location and run ./setup to update the firmware. The actual name of the 'firmware-hdd-<xxxxxxxxxx>-*' folder is based on the version of the rpm installed in the step above.
  • The results of the firmware upgrade are saved to the Component.log file, located in the /var/cpq/ directory.

Additional Information:

Installing the firmware rpm package (rpm -ivh) does not update the firmware.  It merely extracts the rpm content to the local system. Updating the firmware on the local system requires following the above outlined steps.

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

Offline:

  • Place the Service Pack for ProLiant on a USB key using the USB Key Utility for Windows.
  • Place the desired firmware to be updated in the directory, /packages on the USB key.
  • Boot from the newly created Service Pack for Proliant USB key.
  • Follow Smart Update Manager steps to complete firmware update.

Online:

  • Login as root. (You must be root in order to apply the ROM update.)
  • Place the desired firmware to be updated in the directory, /packages.
  • Run launch_sum.sh 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


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

  • Online firmware flashing of drives attached to a Smart Array controller running in Zero Memory (ZM) mode or Host Bus Adapter (HBA) is NOT supported. Only offline firmware flashing of drives is supported for these configurations. 
  • Online drive firmware update available for Smart Array Controllers configured in systems running supported Linux, Microsoft Windows, and VMware environments. All other OSes would require an offline update using the Service Pack for ProLiant and Smart Update Manager. 

Notes:

Deliverable Name:
     Online HDD/SDD Flash Component for Linux (x64) - VO007680JWCNK and VO015300JWCNL Drives

Release Version and/or Date:
     HPD8

Last Recommended or Critical Version:
     HPD8

Previous Version of Firmware:
     None

Firmware Dependency:
     None

Enhancements/New Features:

     None

Problems Fixed:

  • The issue affects SSDs with an HPE firmware version prior to HPD8 that results in SSD failure at 32,768 hours of operation (i.e., 3 years, 270 days 8 hours), neither the SSD nor the data can be recovered, after the SSD failure occurs.
  • In addition, SSDs which were put into service at the same time will likely fail nearly simultaneously.
  • For more information, refer to HPE Customer Advisory at the following URL: https://support.hpe.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?docId=emr_na-a00092491en_us

Known Issues:
     None


Fixes

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

  • Online firmware flashing of drives attached to a Smart Array controller running in Zero Memory (ZM) mode or Host Bus Adapter (HBA) is NOT supported. Only offline firmware flashing of drives is supported for these configurations. 
  • Online drive firmware update available for Smart Array Controllers configured in systems running supported Linux, Microsoft Windows, and VMware environments. All other OSes would require an offline update using the Service Pack for ProLiant and Smart Update Manager. 

  • The issue affects SSDs with an HPE firmware version prior to HPD8 that results in SSD failure at 32,768 hours of operation (i.e., 3 years, 270 days 8 hours), neither the SSD nor the data can be recovered, after the SSD failure occurs.
  • In addition, SSDs which were put into service at the same time will likely fail nearly simultaneously.
  • For more information, refer to HPE Customer Advisory at the following URL: https://support.hpe.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?docId=emr_na-a00092491en_us

Revision History

Version:HPD8(B) (5 Oct 2020)
Fixes

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

  • Online firmware flashing of drives attached to a Smart Array controller running in Zero Memory (ZM) mode is NOT supported. Only offline firmware flashing of drives is supported for these configurations.
  • Online drive firmware update available for Smart Array Controllers configured in systems running supported Linux, Microsoft Windows, and VMware environments. All other OSes would require an offline update using the Service Pack for ProLiant and Smart Update Manager.
  • Customers who already installed latest firmware version do not need to update to sub version like (B) (C) (D) etc..

  • The issue affects SSDs with an HPE firmware version prior to HPD8 that results in SSD failure at 32,768 hours of operation (i.e., 3 years, 270 days 8 hours), neither the SSD nor the data can be recovered, after the SSD failure occurs.
  • In addition, SSDs which were put into service at the same time will likely fail nearly simultaneously.
  • For more information, refer to HPE Customer Advisory at the following URL: https://support.hpe.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?docId=emr_na-a00092491en_us
Enhancements

  • Added support for RHEL 8.2

Version:HPD8 (9 Dec 2019)
Fixes

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

  • Online firmware flashing of drives attached to a Smart Array controller running in Zero Memory (ZM) mode or Host Bus Adapter (HBA) is NOT supported. Only offline firmware flashing of drives is supported for these configurations. 
  • Online drive firmware update available for Smart Array Controllers configured in systems running supported Linux, Microsoft Windows, and VMware environments. All other OSes would require an offline update using the Service Pack for ProLiant and Smart Update Manager. 

  • The issue affects SSDs with an HPE firmware version prior to HPD8 that results in SSD failure at 32,768 hours of operation (i.e., 3 years, 270 days 8 hours), neither the SSD nor the data can be recovered, after the SSD failure occurs.
  • In addition, SSDs which were put into service at the same time will likely fail nearly simultaneously.
  • For more information, refer to HPE Customer Advisory at the following URL: https://support.hpe.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?docId=emr_na-a00092491en_us

Version:HPD1 (13 Nov 2019)
Fixes

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

  • Online firmware flashing of drives attached to a Smart Array controller running in Zero Memory (ZM) mode or Host Bus Adapter (HBA) is NOT supported. Only offline firmware flashing of drives is supported for these configurations.
  • Online drive firmware update available for Smart Array Controllers configured in systems running supported Linux, Microsoft Windows, and VMware environments. All other OSes would require an offline update using the Service Pack for ProLiant and Smart Update Manager.

*REMOVED* - Version HPD1 is NO LONGER AVAILABLE for download. Replacement version HPD8 is available from the Revision History tab on this web page. Version HPD8 will be available soon in Service Pack for ProLiant. For more information, refer to HPE Customer Advisory at the following URL: https://support.hpe.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?docId=emr_na-a00092491en_us. This component provides and installs updated version of firmware for the following drive models: VO007680JWCNK and VO015300JWCNL

Replacement version HPD8 resolves the following issues:

  • The issue affects SSDs with an HPE firmware version prior to HPD8 that results in SSD failure at 32,768 hours of operation (i.e., 3 years, 270 days 8 hours), neither the SSD nor the data can be recovered, after the SSD failure occurs.
  • In addition, SSDs which were put into service at the same time will likely fail nearly simultaneously.

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