[CentOS-devel] Reboot issue with kernel 3.10.0-862.el7.x86_64
simontek at gmail.com
Mon Apr 30 17:10:26 UTC 2018
If your running McAfee products, it will kernel panic at boot.
On Mon, Apr 30, 2018, 12:36 PM Johnny Hughes <johnny at centos.org> wrote:
> On 04/30/2018 07:51 AM, Lamar Owen wrote:
> > Ok, so I'm trying out CR for 7.5.1804, and I have upgrade three machines
> > with it. One is my laptop, a Dell Precision M6700, which worked fine.
> > Another is a Dell R715 server, and that worked fine. The third machine
> > will not successfully reboot with the 3.10.0-862.el7.x86_64 kernel,
> > throwing endless errors of the form "qla2xxx [0000:03:07.0]-5046:4:
> > Async-gpdb failed - hdX-xxx portid=xxxxxx status=38 mb1=0 mb2=0 mb6=0
> > mb7" (that's as long as the line is on the screen, and it's not recorded
> > into /var/log/messages (and C7 by default doesn't implement persistent
> > journal storage; journalctl --list-boots only lists the current boot
> > System is a bit old, but is only used for development: Dell PowerEdge
> > SC1425 two single-core Xeon 3.2GHz (obviously 64-bit capable, as it is
> > running stock CentOS 7 already, with kernel 3.10.0-693.21.1.el7.x86_64
> > running fine. System is connected to two EMC Clariion arrays via a
> > dual-port Fibre-Channel card: lspci tells me:
> > 03:07.0 Fibre Channel: QLogic Corp. ISP2312-based 2Gb Fibre Channel to
> > PCI-X HBA (rev 02)
> > 03:07.1 Fibre Channel: QLogic Corp. ISP2312-based 2Gb Fibre Channel to
> > PCI-X HBA (rev 02)
> > Yeah, I know, not new, and maybe even deprecated (I actually don't see
> > that adapter in the deprecated list for RHEL 7.5, but I do see ISP24xx
> > ones in the deprecated list), but it worked fine with the 7.4.1708
> > kernel. I set the system to boot the older kernel until I can more
> > fully troubleshoot. I have a lot invested in ISP24xx-based cards, which
> > are on the deprecated list, and I am still running fibre-channel, so
> > will have to find another solution before 7.x EOL.
> > So I consider this a regression; for the moment I'll boot the older
> > kernel, but I know that isn't sustainable.
> we need to see if this behavior is duplicated by using the RHEL-7.5 kernel.
> Do you have the ability to test that?
> If the behavior is the same as RHEL-7.5, then the mainline CentOS kernel
> will be that way too .. BUT .. we would be glad to try to get something
> into the CentOS Plus kernel, especially if you can provide a config
> patch that works.
> If it works in RHEL and not in CentOS, then we will start
> troubleshooting to find how we broke it.
> Johnny Hughes
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