On 6/16/20 11:22 AM, Chris Schanzle via CentOS-devel wrote: > Thanks for the heads-up on this. How did you check the ID list? > > I have some ISP-2532 cards (8 Gb) and assumed they would work, but > would like to verify before kickstarting the box. lspci says: I don't remember exactly how I found it (might have been a search, might have been the ELrepo driver update disk page, don't remember), but you can look at https://access.redhat.com/documentation/en-us/red_hat_enterprise_linux/8/html/considerations_in_adopting_rhel_8/hardware-enablement_considerations-in-adopting-rhel-8 and get an idea. The ELrepo DUD page ( http://elrepoproject.blogspot.com/2019/08/rhel-80-and-support-for-removed-adapters.html ) has other pointers. I used an ELrepo DUD myself to install C8 on a Dell PowerEdge 1950; worked fine, just had to remember to enable ELrepo before updating to 8.2.2004 yesterday. You can get the actual PCI ID by using lspci -n and grep the output for the PCI bus enumerator (04:00.0 in your case). Using the DUD was dirt-simple: dd the DUD ISO to a small USB key, have the USB key in a USB port during installation, install picks up anything with a label of OEMKEY. The ELrepo pages say more.