Cfc error after updating firmware

22-Jul-2017 09:17 by 3 Comments

Cfc error after updating firmware

Note: Some software requires a valid warranty, current Hewlett Packard Enterprise support contract, or a license fee.Prerequisites: The HP supplied Emulex driver and enablement kit must be installed prior to this firmware component being identified by HP SUM for deployment.

I flashed the .15 update on an old RAZR M for her to use. She doesn't care about being rooted or anything, just wants a phone to use. Maybe (as its unlocked) modify the XML of .10 flash it give it a run if all is good and you/she wants the .15 flash it.. Idk the fastboot commands but I can look for the thread where they are posted if that is the route that is needed to resolve the issue We cannot teach people anything; we can only help them discover it within themselves. It's not that important really but I'd really prefer to root it for her and at least get rid of the bloat. I've read a few posts from people that went from .10 all the way down to ICS so I would think the same method could be used...

Parallel flash device: name AM29LV320MT, id 0x2201 size 32768KB Total Flash size: 32768K with 256 sectors ethsw: found bcm53115!

Chip ID: BCM6368B2, MIPS: 400MHz Main Thread: TP0 Total Memory: 134217728 bytes (128MB) Boot Address: 0xb8000000 Board IP address : 192.168.1.1:ffffff00 Host IP address : 192.168.1.2 Gateway IP address : Run from flash/host (f/h) : f Default host run file name : vmlinux Default host flash file name : bcm963xx_fs_kernel Boot delay (0-9 seconds) : 1 Board Id (0-11) : 96368MVWG Number of MAC Addresses (1-32) : 10 Base MAC Address : 20:4e:7f:c0:b5:4c PSI Size (1-64) KBytes : 24 Enable Backup PSI [0|1] : 0 System Log Size (0-256) KBytes : 0 Main Thread Number [0|1] : 0 * Press any key to stop auto run (1 seconds) * Auto run second count down: 1 CFE It's probably the most user friendly way of installing firmware.

Updated CNA firmware to 4.6.247.5 Updated SN1000E universal boot to 1.1.43.6 Updated 8Gb Gen8 mezz (LPe1205A) firmware to 2.02X6 Updated 4/8GB mezz universal boot image to 610A8 Updated 4/8Gb standup universal boot image to 520A2 Firmware/bios for 4 & 8Gb FC options contained in this component: Multiple logins to a redirected target caused firmware memory leaks.

NOTE: These issues were noted as resolved in the HP Firmware Flash for Emulex Fibre Channel Host Bus and Converged Network Adapters version 20 release.

Updated CNA firmware version to 4.9.416.0 Updated 16Gb firmware version to 1.1.65.101 Updated 8Gb Standup Boot image version to 5.20x7 (signed UEFI) Boot Image (BIOS) 8Gb Standup - 5.20x7 (2.12a14 BIOS 4.13a8 UEFI) Contains: CNA firmware 4.9.416.0 16 Gb HBA/Mezz universal boot 1.1.65.101 8 Gb Gen8 Mezz (LPe1205A) firmware 2.02X6 8 Gb HBA/Mezz firmware 2.01a12 8 Gb HBA boot image 5.20x7 (2.12a14 BIOS, 4.13a8 UEFI) 8 Gb Mezz boot image 6.10a15 (3.30a2 BIOS) 4 Gb HBA/Mezz firmware 2.82x4 4 Gb Mezz boot image 6.10a14 (3.30a1 BIOS) 4 Gb HBA boot image 5.20a6 (2.12a14 BIOS) Upgrade Requirement: Optional - Users should update to this version if their system is affected by one of the documented fixes or if there is a desire to utilize any of the enhanced functionality provided by this version.

Contains: CNA firmware 4.9.311.20 16 Gb HBA/Mezz universal boot 1.1.62.0 8 Gb Gen8 Mezz (LPe1205A) firmware 2.02X6 8 Gb HBA/Mezz firmware 2.01a12 8 Gb HBA boot image 5.20a6 (2.12a14 BIOS) 8 Gb Mezz boot image 6.10a14 (3.30a1 BIOS) 4 Gb HBA/Mezz firmware 2.82x4 4 Gb Mezz boot image 6.10a14 (3.30a1 BIOS) 4 Gb HBA boot image 5.20a6 (2.12a14 BIOS) Upgrade Requirement: Optional - Users should update to this version if their system is affected by one of the documented fixes or if there is a desire to utilize any of the enhanced functionality provided by this version.If you have a serial console, you can identify TFTP server running with the following messages: bcm63xx CFE is totally different when compared with bcm47xx.The NVRAM is totally different, without any settings stored outside the CFE partition, they are totally embedded into CFE.Usually only few of them are available, depending on the choice of manufacturer who compiled and installed CFE.Most of the methods require access to the CFE console which means you need to attach a serial console.This is probably the only method of installing firmware with CFE that doesn't require serial console.