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Forgot password? Don’t have an account? Sign Up Manuals > Brands > HP Manuals > Network Hardware > HP-UX 11i v3 I/O Cards > HP-UX PCI Error Handling and Error Recovery Support Matrix, April 2012 1 2 HP-UX PCI Error Handling and Error Recovery Support MatrixWhat is the use of HP-UX PCI Error Handling and Error Recovery support matrix?The following matrix provides information about the I/O card drivers that support PCI Error Handling (EH) and Error Recovery (ER) functionality on HP-UX 11i v2 and 11i v3 OS. The 11i v3 OS contain PCI EH functionality as a core function. However, on 11i v2 OS the PCI EH functionality must be installed from the AR media. All platforms that support PCI EH/ER functionality are listed.Note: The PCI EH functionality is not supported on HP-UX 11i v1 OS.Table 1 lists the supported drivers, SD bundle name, and the PCI EH and ER supported on OS.Supported DriversSD Bundle NamePCI EH and ER Supported on OSHP-UX 11i v2HP-UX 11i v3iocxgbe210GigEthr-03NAB.11.31.1203 (PCIe ER)fcoc2FibrChanl-03NAB.11.31.1203 (PCIe ER)iexgbe10GigEthr-02NA B.11.31.1109 (PCIe ER)ixgbe10GigEthr-00NA B.11.31.01 (PCI/PCI-X EH/ER)igelanGigEther-01 11.23.0606GigEther-01 B.11.31B.11.23.0606 (PCI/PCI-X EH)B.11.31 (PCI /PCI-X EH/ER)ietherIEther-00 11.23.0606.01IEther-00 B.11.31B.1 1.23.0606.0 (PCI/PCI-X EH and PCIe EH)B.11.31 (PCI/PCI-X EH/ER and PCIe EH) btlanNA The PCI EH functionality is available with the patch: PHNE_33717 (PCI/PCI-X EH)The PCI EH functionality is available with the patch: PHNE_36373 (PCI/PCI-X EH/ER)fcd FibrChanl-0 B.11.23.08.01FibrChanl-01 B.11.31.0709B.11.23.04.01 (PCI PCI-X EH)B.11.23.08.02 (PCIe EH)B.11.31 (PCI/PCI-X EH/ER)B.11.31.0803 (PCIe EH)mptmpt B.11.23.0609B.11.23.0609 (PCI/PCI- EH)B. 11.31 (PCI/PCI-X EH/ER)inifiniBand (IB)IB4X-00NA B.11.31 (PCI-X EH/ER)1cissciss B.11.23.0712ciss B.11.31.0803B.11.23.0712 (PCI/PCI-X and PCIe

3: February 2007 » Technical documentation » Feedback »Table of Contents»Index NAMEpci_eh_enable -- enables/disables PCI Error RecoveryVALUESFailsafe1Default1 (Enables PCI Error Recovery.)Allowed valuesInteger values from 0 to 1.Recommended values1 (Enables PCI Error Recovery.)DESCRIPTIONHP-UX supports PCI Error Handling/Recovery to ensure that PCI errors caused by bad cards do not crash a hard partition on high end systems. This functionality helps in recovering the most common parity errors. This tunable http://www.manualshelf.com/manual/hp/hp-ux-11i-v3-i-o-cards/hp-ux-pci-error-handling-and-error-recovery-support-matrix-april-2012.html is made static because it is very hard to modify hardware capability at run time.pci_eh_enable is made public so certain service guard users would be able to turn off the functionality.Who Is Expected to Change This Tunable?Recommended for service guard customers.Restrictions on ChangingChanges to this tunable take effect at http://docstore.mik.ua/manuals/hp-ux/en/B2355-60130/pci_eh_enable.5.html next reboot.When Should the Tunable Be Turned On?This tunable should be turned on to enable PCI Error Recovery functionalityWhen Should the Tunable Be Turned Off?To disable PCI Error Recovery functionalityWhat Are the Side Effects of Turning the Tunable Off?PCI Error Recovery functionality will be disabledWARNINGSEven if tunable is ON, PCI Error Handling/Recovery functionality will be disabled if the platform does not have the capability.All HP-UX kernel tunable parameters are release specific. This parameter may be removed or have its meaning changed in future releases of HP-UX.Installation of optional kernel software, from HP or other vendors, may cause changes to tunable parameter values. After installation, some tunable parameters may no longer be at the default or recommended values. For information about the effects of installation on tunable values, consult the documentation for the kernel software being installed. For information about optional kernel software that was facto

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