Hp Ilo Firmware Dl380 G4

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We have an HP Proliant DL380 G4 Server that needs a firmware update on its Smart Array 6i storage controller. Following the documentation, I've downloaded the firmware update file cp009357, but it does not seem to be the correct one. The server is running WinServ08 32 bit. The current firmware for the Smart Array 6i is 2.58.

Systems ROMPaq Firmware Upgrade for HP ProLiant DL380 G4 (P51) Servers

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Note: Some software requires a valid warranty, current Hewlett Packard Enterprise support contract, or a license fee.

Type:BIOS (Entitlement Required) - System ROM
Version:2007.07.19 (A)(24 Jan 2008)
Operating System(s):
Microsoft Windows Server 2003
Microsoft Windows Server 2003 for 64-bit Extended Systems
Microsoft Windows Server 2008 W32
Microsoft Windows Server 2008 x64
Novell NetWare 5.1
Novell NetWare 6.5
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 2.1 (x86)
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3 (AMD64/EM64T)
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3 (x86)
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 (AMD64/EM64T)
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 (x86)
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 Server (x86)
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 Server (x86-64)
SCO OpenServer 5
SCO OpenServer 6
SCO UnixWare 7
Solaris 10 for x86 Systems
Sun Solaris 8 Intel Platform Edition
Sun Solaris 9 Intel Platform Edition
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 (AMD64/EM64T)
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 (x86)
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 9 (AMD64/EM64T)
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 9 (x86)
VMware ESX Server 3.0
Microsoft Windows 2000
File name:SP38289.exe (4.8 MB)
This release provides updated system ROM images for the latest maintenance releases of HP ProLiant DL380 G4 Servers.
Added support for Microsoft Windows 2008. This version of the System ROM is necessary to successfully install Microsoft Windows 2008 due to a previous issue that can cause server hang during the OS installation.

Installation:

This Enhanced SoftPaq contains utilities that can be used to restore and/or update the system ROM on the HP ProLiant Server.

1. Download the Enhanced SoftPaq to a directory on a system running Microsoft Windows 2000, Microsoft Windows Server 2003, or Microsoft Windows XP and change to that directory.

2. From that drive and directory, execute the downloaded Enhanced SoftPaq file simply by double clicking on the SPxxxxx file and follow the installation wizard to complete the Enhanced SoftPaq installation process. At the end of a successful installation of the Enhanced SoftPaq, a web page will automatically appear to provide you with the different methods for restoring and/or upgrading the firmware on the system.

End User License Agreements:
Hewlett-Packard End User License Agreement

Important:
This Enhanced SoftPaq version contains new functionality that provides additional firmware upgrade options to the user. Please review the user documentation contained within this Enhanced SoftPaq to learn more about these new features. All files contained within and created by this Enhanced SoftPaq are specific to this Proliant Server. Files are not interchangeable with other Proliant Server Families.

This Enhanced SoftPaq version contains new functionality that provides additional firmware upgrade options to the user. Please review the user documentation contained within this Enhanced SoftPaq to learn more about these new features. All files contained within and created by this Enhanced SoftPaq are specific to this Proliant Server. Files are not interchangeable with other Proliant Server Families.
Version:2007.07.19 (A) (24 Jan 2008)
Added support for Microsoft Windows 2008. This version of the System ROM is necessary to successfully install Microsoft Windows 2008 due to a previous issue that can cause server hang during the OS installation.

Version:2006.04.26(A) (9 May 2006)

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

HP ProLiant DL380 G4 system ROM P51 (04/26/2006)
Resolved issue which could result in intermittent hangs using iLO virtual media.

Resolved potential issue with Online Spare Advanced Memory Protection feature which may result when failed DIMMs are installed as the spare memory.

Resolved an issue where the System ROM could hang at the end of POST when attempting to boot from a USB CDROM.

Resolved issue where Microsoft's future Windows Server operating system code-named 'Longhorn' would not install properly. This operating system is not close to shipping and Microsoft has just released the Beta 1 version.

Added support for iSCSI adapters to be configured as the boot controller in the ROM-Based Setup Utility (RBSU). Certain iSCSI adapters previously would not show up in the boot controller menu in RBSU.


Version:4.06 (P51-10/10/2005) (11 Nov 2005)
ProLiant DL380 G4 ROM P51 (10/10/2005)
Resolved an issue that may result in a server hang during POST when certain storage controllers are installed and more than 7 logical drive volumes are configured. This issue may occur on certain controllers, whether embedded or expansion card based, if 8 or more blank drives are attached to the controller. This issue will occur with, but is not limited to, the HP 8 Port SAS/SATA controller, HP Single-Channel U320 SCSI HBA G2 Controller, and HP 64-Bit/133 MHz PCI-X Dual-Channel U320 Controller.

Resolved an issue where uncorrectable memory errors may be reported on the incorrect DIMMs when using Microsoft Windows 2003 x64 Edition.

ProLiant DL380 G4 ROM P51 (10/10/2005)
Added support for 64-bit Dual-Core Intel Xeon processors.

Added support for iSCSI adapters to be configured as the boot controller in the ROM-Based Setup Utility (RBSU). Certain iSCSI adapters previously would not show up in the boot controller menu in RBSU.


Version:4.05 (P51-08/16/2005) (6 Oct 2005)
ProLiant DL380 G4 ROM P51 (08/16/2005)
Resolved issue which could result in intermittent server hangs using iLO virtual media.

Resolved issue with blue screens occurring during installation of certain non-English versions of Windows 2003 (the issue was observed with Spanish and Brazilian/Portuguese versions of Windows 2003 SP1) when not using SmartStart Assisted Install.

Resolved an issue with the Matrox Parahelia video card which could result in improper video operation. One symptom of the issue is that screen information may not be updated during POST.

Resolved issue with QLogic PCI-Express cards which would result in a system hang during POST.

Resolved an issue where QLogic and Emulex Fibre Channel PCI-Express cards that may intermittently hang during POST.

Resolved an issue that could result in a system hang when booting media from certain IDE DVD drives.

ProLiant DL380 G4 ROM P51 (08/16/2005)
Added support for new revisions of Intel Xeon processors.

Added support for the 64-bit Intel Xeon processor 3.8 GHz processors.

Added support for the 64-bit Intel Xeon processor LV 3.0 GHz. This processor provides enhanced power savings.


Version:4.04 (P51-06/02/2005) (15 Jul 2005)
ProLiant DL380 G4 ROM P51 (06/02/2005)
Updated to address an issue with some memory (dual ranked DIMMs) that caused the System ROM to display the incorrect amount of memory installed when first booting the server after resetting the system configuration.

Added RBSU option to address issues with certain PCI-Express cards which may result in an NMI or Windows blue screen in inappropriate instances. The issue arises over the interpretation of the specification governing PCI-Express. Different PCI-Express cards interpret certain error functionality differently. The specification governing PCI-Express will be clarified in a future revision. Legacy PCI SERR is enabled by default. If the installation of a PCI-Express card results in an unexpected NMI or blue screen, modifying this option may address the issue if there are no issues with the PCI-Express card. For more details, refer to Customer Advisory EL050915_CW01.

Updated to improve performance for certain PCI-33 and PCI-66 expansion cards. This ROM will improve performance for PCI expansion cards that perform burst memory reads from system memory. This does not affect performance of PCI-X or PCI-Express expansion cards. The modifications to this System ROM version are known to improve performance for PCI expansion cards utilizing the Intel i960 RD chipset, the AMCC PCI MatchMaker chipset, and the PLX PCI9656-BA66BI Chipset. For more details, refer to Customer Advisory EL050511_CW01.

Updated to work-around issue with PCI and PCI-X cards that do not retry delayed transactions within the appropriate amount of time. This condition was resulting in an NMI and bluescreen under Microsoft Windows operating systems. This issue was seen with the Stratis MPEG-2 Decoder PCI Card. The issue would occur with any PCI card utilizing the Phillips SAA7146AH PCI-PCI Bridge. For more details, refer to Customer Advisory EL050511_CW01.

ProLiant DL380 G4 ROM P51 (06/02/2005)
Updated the ROM-Based Virtual Install Disk driver for the Smart Array P600 Controller. This driver allows installations of Microsoft Windows 2003 32-bit and Windows 2003 64-bit x86 without requiring the customer to provide a driver via a floppy disk or other means. This new driver for the Smart Array P600 Controller includes a fix for the following issue:

Systems running Microsoft Windows Server 2003 with a Smart Array P600 Controller and loading the Storport miniport driver HpCISSs2.SYS may generate the following STOP code message during periods of intensive I/O operations or when running Microsoft Cluster Server software:

    STOP 0xA: IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL
This System ROM includes the following versions of the Smart Array P600 Controller drivers:
  • HpCISSs2.SYS Version 5.0.2.32 for 32-bit x86 editions of Microsoft Windows Server 2003.
  • HPCISSs2.SYS Version 5.0.2.64 for 64-bit x86 editions of Microsoft Windows Server 2003.
Added support for
  • Monitoring processor power states via HP's Integrated Lights Out (iLO) functionality when a system is configured for Power Regulator HP Dynamic Power Savings Mode. This allows a customer using iLO and Power Regulator to monitor processor power usage. This feature requires upgrading iLO Firmware to version 1.80 or later.
  • Added support for HP's One-Button Disaster Recovery (OBDR) solution with USB tape drives. This support can be enabled when a USB Tape Drive is placed in OBDR mode and the user selects OBDR support during POST by pressing F8 when prompted.

Version:4.03 (P51-04/27/2005) (18 May 2005)
ProLiant DL380 G4 ROM P51 (04/27/2005)
Updated embedded PXE Option ROM to version 7.7.8. This Option ROM addresses an issue where the NIC could assert a spurious interrupt during PXE boots. If using a Smart Array 64X or Smart Array 6i controller with a firmware version prior to 2.36 and the previous PXE Option ROM, a lock-up or continuous reboot could occur when performing a PXE Remote Installation Services (RIS) installation of Windows. For more details, refer to Customer Advisory EM041123_CW01.

Modified System ROM to properly show chassis type as rack mounted server for software querying chassis type from the SMBIOS table.

Renamed Power Governor option in the ROM-Based Setup to Power Regulator for ProLiant to be consistent with other HP documentation. The option has been moved to the System Options Menu.

Prevented accessing configuration utilities for HP option cards if the Administrative Password is enabled but not properly entered.

Resolved issue where the HP Systems Insight Manager would not properly display expansion slot information for PCI-X and PCI-Express slots.

Resolved issue where the system could hang during POST if the MPS Mode is set to Disabled in ROM-Based Setup. For more details, refer to Customer Advisory EL050630_CW01.

Resolved issue in which HP Systems Insight Manager and other third party software would display incorrect DIMM speed information. The DIMM speed would be incorrectly reported as 333 MHz instead of the actual operating frequency of 400 MHz. Note that this change does not in anyway affect the operation of the system. The issue was simply with reporting the DIMM speed. The DIMMs have always correctly operated at 400 MHz. For more details, refer to Customer Advisory EL050114_CW02

Resolved issue where the Broadcom PXE Option ROM did not use the proper Universal Unique ID. This will not result in any issues unless a specific UUID is required. If the PXE server is configured to only download images to servers with specific UUIDs, then the PXE installation will not work properly if the UUID the PXE Option ROM is using does not match the one configured on the PXE server.

ProLiant DL380 G4 ROM P51 (04/27/2005)
Added support for the following:
  • OS-level power management. When the Power Regulator feature is disabled (default), Demand Based Switching may be enabled under the operating system to provide processor power management. The operating system will modify the CPU's frequency and voltage based on CPU Utilization. This feature can be enabled under Microsoft Windows 2003 Service Pack 1 and future versions of the Linux kernel.
  • Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) models using the Smart Array P600 controller. The driver for this controller will be included in HP's exclusive ROM-based Virtual Install Disk eliminating the requirement for a floppy diskette with the SA P600 driver during a Windows 2003 install.

Version:4.02 (P51-12/02/2004) (12 Jan 2005)
ProLiant DL380 G4 ROM P51 (12/02/2004)
Updated the support code for all Intel Xeon processors supported by this system. This addresses a critical issue in all Intel Xeon Processors with 800 MHz System Bus. All customers should update their System ROMs to address this processor issue. For more details, refer to Customer Advisory EL050202_CW02.

Updated to resolve issues with specific USB floppy, CD, and Drive Key devices which would not function properly and could result in POST lock-ups. There were timing issues with specific devices which were addressed. For more details, refer to Customer Advisory EB041123_CW01.

Updated to resolve issue that may result in system hangs on reboots during mini-setup of the Windows OS installation for systems that included an OS pre-installation from HP's factory. Previously, customers had to power off and on their servers to continue the installation to work-around this issue. For more details, refer to Customer Advisory EM040927_CW01.

Updated to resolve issue where systems with exactly 4 Gbytes of memory will not make all 4 GBytes available to the operating system. Typically, the system will report 3.5 Gbytes as being available to the operating system even though 4 Gbytes of DIMMs are installed. Various devices in the system, including embedded PCI devices, plug-in PCI devices, and PCI-Express devices, must have their memory mapped below 4 Gbytes. With previous ROM versions, the memory space used by these devices was lost. With the new version of the System ROM, the memory which was previously lost will be remapped to above 4 Gbytes. Thus, all memory will be available to the operating system, but some of that memory is only addressable above 4 Gbytes. To access memory above 4 Gbytes, the operating system must be configured to enable Physical Address Extensions (PAE) Mode. Consult your operating system user's guide on how to enable PAE mode. For more details, refer to Customer Advisory EL041214_CW01.

Updated to resolve issue where POST would hang when certain (typically high-performance) video cards were installed in the server. The problem occurred when any video card was installed in the server with an option ROM greater than 32 Kbytes. For more details, refer to Customer Advisory EL041208_CW01.

Updated to resolve intermittent issue that occurs on certain system reboots in which interrupts will not be distributed evenly among installed processors. Typically, all interrupts would be directed to one processor when this problem occurs. This condition can result in less than optimal performance. For more details, refer to Customer Advisory EL050202_CW01.

ProLiant DL380 G4 ROM P51 (12/02/2004)
Added support for dual-rank DIMMs. PC2-3200 DIMMs can either be single or dual-rank. Because a dual-rank DIMM is similar to having two separate DIMMs on the same module, the system can only have a maximum of 4 dual-rank DIMMs installed at one time. Consult user guides for DIMM population rules when using dual-rank DIMMs.

Added support for No Execution Mode (NX Mode). This feature allows systems to be protected against malicious code and viruses. In combination with an operating system that supports this feature, memory is marked as non-executable unless the location explicitly contains executable code. Some viruses attempt to insert and execute code from non-executable memory locations. These attacks are intercepted and an exception is raised. This feature must be enabled both in the operating system and in ROM-Based Setup. This feature is referred to as Data Execution Prevention (DEP) in Windows operating systems.

Added support for future Intel Xeon processors.

Added support for improved processor thermal protection when the processor reaches extreme temperatures.

Added support to automatically lower power usage by processors which are halted (not performing any tasks). This operation occurs automatically and requires no user configuration.

Added new ROM-Based Setup Advanced Option called Expansion Card Caching Optimization. Enabling this option allows very rare expansion cards (such as Quadrics Elan) to cache their I/O resources for improved performance. The card and its driver must support this optimization to take advantage of this feature. Unless an expansion card is installed, this option should be left disabled.

Added initial support for the future x86 64-bit extensions Windows operating system. This support is only needed for the 64-bit extensions version of the HP System Management Driver. If not using the System Management Driver under this operating system, this support has no impact.

Added new RBSU feature called Dynamic Power Savings Mode (Auto) under the ProLiant Power Governor option in Advanced Options. When this feature is enabled, the System ROM will modify the processor's power state based on the system's workload. When processor intensive workloads are being run, the processor will run in its highest power and performance state. When the processor is doing little work, the processor will run at a lower power and performance state. This allows the system to reduce its overall power usage while having minimal or no effect on performance. This feature works independent of the operating system and requires no additional drivers or OS support to operate.


Version:4.01 (P51-08/26/2004) (18 Sep 2004)
ProLiant DL380 G4 ROM P51 (08/26/2004)
Updated the following:
  • System ROM with the latest support code for Intel Xeon Processors with 800 MHz System Bus. This works around an issue with the Intel Xeon processor that could result in unexpected system behavior or a system hang.

  • System ROM to improve performance of serial console through iLO virtual serial port.

  • System ROM to support System Maintenance Menu in Command Line Interface mode with the serial console session baud rate higher than 9600.

  • System ROM to improve support for USB devices in a pre-boot environment.
ProLiant DL380 G4 ROM P51 (08/26/2004)
Added support for the following:
  • RBSU option to allow configuring the system for reduced processor power mode. This feature will reduce the core voltage and frequency of the processors when enabled. This may be useful for customers whose environment has constrained power availability.

  • To allow the system to reclaim memory lost to the PCI hole when the system is configured with more than 4GB of memory. For these configurations, more memory is made available to the operating system.

  • For new revisions of Intel chipsets.

Version:4.00 (P51-07/22/2004) (16 Aug 2004)
ProLiant DL380 G4 ROM P51 (07/22/2004)
Initial ROM release.

Type:BIOS (Entitlement Required) - System ROM
Version:2007.07.19 (A)(24 Jan 2008)
Operating System(s):
Microsoft Windows 2000
Microsoft Windows Server 2003
Microsoft Windows Server 2003 for 64-bit Extended Systems
Microsoft Windows Server 2008 W32
Microsoft Windows Server 2008 x64
Novell NetWare 5.1
Novell NetWare 6.5
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 2.1 (x86)
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3 (AMD64/EM64T)
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3 (x86)
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 (AMD64/EM64T)
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 (x86)
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 Server (x86)
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 Server (x86-64)
SCO OpenServer 5
SCO OpenServer 6
SCO UnixWare 7
Solaris 10 for x86 Systems
Sun Solaris 8 Intel Platform Edition
Sun Solaris 9 Intel Platform Edition
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 (AMD64/EM64T)
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 (x86)
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 9 (AMD64/EM64T)
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 9 (x86)
VMware ESX Server 3.0

Description

This release provides updated system ROM images for the latest maintenance releases of HP ProLiant DL380 G4 Servers.

Enhancements

Added support for Microsoft Windows 2008. This version of the System ROM is necessary to successfully install Microsoft Windows 2008 due to a previous issue that can cause server hang during the OS installation.

Installation Instructions

Installation:

This Enhanced SoftPaq contains utilities that can be used to restore and/or update the system ROM on the HP ProLiant Server.

1. Download the Enhanced SoftPaq to a directory on a system running Microsoft Windows 2000, Microsoft Windows Server 2003, or Microsoft Windows XP and change to that directory.

2. From that drive and directory, execute the downloaded Enhanced SoftPaq file simply by double clicking on the SPxxxxx file and follow the installation wizard to complete the Enhanced SoftPaq installation process. At the end of a successful installation of the Enhanced SoftPaq, a web page will automatically appear to provide you with the different methods for restoring and/or upgrading the firmware on the system.

Release Notes

End User License Agreements:
Hewlett-Packard End User License Agreement

Important:
This Enhanced SoftPaq version contains new functionality that provides additional firmware upgrade options to the user. Please review the user documentation contained within this Enhanced SoftPaq to learn more about these new features. All files contained within and created by this Enhanced SoftPaq are specific to this Proliant Server. Files are not interchangeable with other Proliant Server Families.

Important

This Enhanced SoftPaq version contains new functionality that provides additional firmware upgrade options to the user. Please review the user documentation contained within this Enhanced SoftPaq to learn more about these new features. All files contained within and created by this Enhanced SoftPaq are specific to this Proliant Server. Files are not interchangeable with other Proliant Server Families.

Revision History

Version:2007.07.19 (A) (24 Jan 2008)
Added support for Microsoft Windows 2008. This version of the System ROM is necessary to successfully install Microsoft Windows 2008 due to a previous issue that can cause server hang during the OS installation.

Version:2006.04.26(A) (9 May 2006)

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

HP ProLiant DL380 G4 system ROM P51 (04/26/2006)
Resolved issue which could result in intermittent hangs using iLO virtual media.

Resolved potential issue with Online Spare Advanced Memory Protection feature which may result when failed DIMMs are installed as the spare memory.

Resolved an issue where the System ROM could hang at the end of POST when attempting to boot from a USB CDROM.

Resolved issue where Microsoft's future Windows Server operating system code-named 'Longhorn' would not install properly. This operating system is not close to shipping and Microsoft has just released the Beta 1 version.

Added support for iSCSI adapters to be configured as the boot controller in the ROM-Based Setup Utility (RBSU). Certain iSCSI adapters previously would not show up in the boot controller menu in RBSU.


Version:4.06 (P51-10/10/2005) (11 Nov 2005)
ProLiant DL380 G4 ROM P51 (10/10/2005)
Resolved an issue that may result in a server hang during POST when certain storage controllers are installed and more than 7 logical drive volumes are configured. This issue may occur on certain controllers, whether embedded or expansion card based, if 8 or more blank drives are attached to the controller. This issue will occur with, but is not limited to, the HP 8 Port SAS/SATA controller, HP Single-Channel U320 SCSI HBA G2 Controller, and HP 64-Bit/133 MHz PCI-X Dual-Channel U320 Controller.

Resolved an issue where uncorrectable memory errors may be reported on the incorrect DIMMs when using Microsoft Windows 2003 x64 Edition.

ProLiant DL380 G4 ROM P51 (10/10/2005)
Added support for 64-bit Dual-Core Intel Xeon processors.

Added support for iSCSI adapters to be configured as the boot controller in the ROM-Based Setup Utility (RBSU). Certain iSCSI adapters previously would not show up in the boot controller menu in RBSU.


Version:4.05 (P51-08/16/2005) (6 Oct 2005)
ProLiant DL380 G4 ROM P51 (08/16/2005)
Resolved issue which could result in intermittent server hangs using iLO virtual media.

Resolved issue with blue screens occurring during installation of certain non-English versions of Windows 2003 (the issue was observed with Spanish and Brazilian/Portuguese versions of Windows 2003 SP1) when not using SmartStart Assisted Install.

Resolved an issue with the Matrox Parahelia video card which could result in improper video operation. One symptom of the issue is that screen information may not be updated during POST.

Resolved issue with QLogic PCI-Express cards which would result in a system hang during POST.

Resolved an issue where QLogic and Emulex Fibre Channel PCI-Express cards that may intermittently hang during POST.

Resolved an issue that could result in a system hang when booting media from certain IDE DVD drives.

ProLiant DL380 G4 ROM P51 (08/16/2005)
Added support for new revisions of Intel Xeon processors.

Added support for the 64-bit Intel Xeon processor 3.8 GHz processors.

Added support for the 64-bit Intel Xeon processor LV 3.0 GHz. This processor provides enhanced power savings.


Version:4.04 (P51-06/02/2005) (15 Jul 2005)
ProLiant DL380 G4 ROM P51 (06/02/2005)
Updated to address an issue with some memory (dual ranked DIMMs) that caused the System ROM to display the incorrect amount of memory installed when first booting the server after resetting the system configuration.

Added RBSU option to address issues with certain PCI-Express cards which may result in an NMI or Windows blue screen in inappropriate instances. The issue arises over the interpretation of the specification governing PCI-Express. Different PCI-Express cards interpret certain error functionality differently. The specification governing PCI-Express will be clarified in a future revision. Legacy PCI SERR is enabled by default. If the installation of a PCI-Express card results in an unexpected NMI or blue screen, modifying this option may address the issue if there are no issues with the PCI-Express card. For more details, refer to Customer Advisory EL050915_CW01.

Updated to improve performance for certain PCI-33 and PCI-66 expansion cards. This ROM will improve performance for PCI expansion cards that perform burst memory reads from system memory. This does not affect performance of PCI-X or PCI-Express expansion cards. The modifications to this System ROM version are known to improve performance for PCI expansion cards utilizing the Intel i960 RD chipset, the AMCC PCI MatchMaker chipset, and the PLX PCI9656-BA66BI Chipset. For more details, refer to Customer Advisory EL050511_CW01.

Updated to work-around issue with PCI and PCI-X cards that do not retry delayed transactions within the appropriate amount of time. This condition was resulting in an NMI and bluescreen under Microsoft Windows operating systems. This issue was seen with the Stratis MPEG-2 Decoder PCI Card. The issue would occur with any PCI card utilizing the Phillips SAA7146AH PCI-PCI Bridge. For more details, refer to Customer Advisory EL050511_CW01.

ProLiant DL380 G4 ROM P51 (06/02/2005)
Updated the ROM-Based Virtual Install Disk driver for the Smart Array P600 Controller. This driver allows installations of Microsoft Windows 2003 32-bit and Windows 2003 64-bit x86 without requiring the customer to provide a driver via a floppy disk or other means. This new driver for the Smart Array P600 Controller includes a fix for the following issue:

Systems running Microsoft Windows Server 2003 with a Smart Array P600 Controller and loading the Storport miniport driver HpCISSs2.SYS may generate the following STOP code message during periods of intensive I/O operations or when running Microsoft Cluster Server software:

    STOP 0xA: IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL
This System ROM includes the following versions of the Smart Array P600 Controller drivers:
  • HpCISSs2.SYS Version 5.0.2.32 for 32-bit x86 editions of Microsoft Windows Server 2003.
  • HPCISSs2.SYS Version 5.0.2.64 for 64-bit x86 editions of Microsoft Windows Server 2003.
Added support for
  • Monitoring processor power states via HP's Integrated Lights Out (iLO) functionality when a system is configured for Power Regulator HP Dynamic Power Savings Mode. This allows a customer using iLO and Power Regulator to monitor processor power usage. This feature requires upgrading iLO Firmware to version 1.80 or later.
  • Added support for HP's One-Button Disaster Recovery (OBDR) solution with USB tape drives. This support can be enabled when a USB Tape Drive is placed in OBDR mode and the user selects OBDR support during POST by pressing F8 when prompted.

Version:4.03 (P51-04/27/2005) (18 May 2005)
ProLiant DL380 G4 ROM P51 (04/27/2005)
Updated embedded PXE Option ROM to version 7.7.8. This Option ROM addresses an issue where the NIC could assert a spurious interrupt during PXE boots. If using a Smart Array 64X or Smart Array 6i controller with a firmware version prior to 2.36 and the previous PXE Option ROM, a lock-up or continuous reboot could occur when performing a PXE Remote Installation Services (RIS) installation of Windows. For more details, refer to Customer Advisory EM041123_CW01.

Modified System ROM to properly show chassis type as rack mounted server for software querying chassis type from the SMBIOS table.

Renamed Power Governor option in the ROM-Based Setup to Power Regulator for ProLiant to be consistent with other HP documentation. The option has been moved to the System Options Menu.

Prevented accessing configuration utilities for HP option cards if the Administrative Password is enabled but not properly entered.

Resolved issue where the HP Systems Insight Manager would not properly display expansion slot information for PCI-X and PCI-Express slots.

Resolved issue where the system could hang during POST if the MPS Mode is set to Disabled in ROM-Based Setup. For more details, refer to Customer Advisory EL050630_CW01.

Resolved issue in which HP Systems Insight Manager and other third party software would display incorrect DIMM speed information. The DIMM speed would be incorrectly reported as 333 MHz instead of the actual operating frequency of 400 MHz. Note that this change does not in anyway affect the operation of the system. The issue was simply with reporting the DIMM speed. The DIMMs have always correctly operated at 400 MHz. For more details, refer to Customer Advisory EL050114_CW02

Resolved issue where the Broadcom PXE Option ROM did not use the proper Universal Unique ID. This will not result in any issues unless a specific UUID is required. If the PXE server is configured to only download images to servers with specific UUIDs, then the PXE installation will not work properly if the UUID the PXE Option ROM is using does not match the one configured on the PXE server.

ProLiant DL380 G4 ROM P51 (04/27/2005)
Added support for the following:
  • OS-level power management. When the Power Regulator feature is disabled (default), Demand Based Switching may be enabled under the operating system to provide processor power management. The operating system will modify the CPU's frequency and voltage based on CPU Utilization. This feature can be enabled under Microsoft Windows 2003 Service Pack 1 and future versions of the Linux kernel.
  • Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) models using the Smart Array P600 controller. The driver for this controller will be included in HP's exclusive ROM-based Virtual Install Disk eliminating the requirement for a floppy diskette with the SA P600 driver during a Windows 2003 install.

Version:4.02 (P51-12/02/2004) (12 Jan 2005)
ProLiant DL380 G4 ROM P51 (12/02/2004)
Updated the support code for all Intel Xeon processors supported by this system. This addresses a critical issue in all Intel Xeon Processors with 800 MHz System Bus. All customers should update their System ROMs to address this processor issue. For more details, refer to Customer Advisory EL050202_CW02.

Updated to resolve issues with specific USB floppy, CD, and Drive Key devices which would not function properly and could result in POST lock-ups. There were timing issues with specific devices which were addressed. For more details, refer to Customer Advisory EB041123_CW01.

Updated to resolve issue that may result in system hangs on reboots during mini-setup of the Windows OS installation for systems that included an OS pre-installation from HP's factory. Previously, customers had to power off and on their servers to continue the installation to work-around this issue. For more details, refer to Customer Advisory EM040927_CW01.

Updated to resolve issue where systems with exactly 4 Gbytes of memory will not make all 4 GBytes available to the operating system. Typically, the system will report 3.5 Gbytes as being available to the operating system even though 4 Gbytes of DIMMs are installed. Various devices in the system, including embedded PCI devices, plug-in PCI devices, and PCI-Express devices, must have their memory mapped below 4 Gbytes. With previous ROM versions, the memory space used by these devices was lost. With the new version of the System ROM, the memory which was previously lost will be remapped to above 4 Gbytes. Thus, all memory will be available to the operating system, but some of that memory is only addressable above 4 Gbytes. To access memory above 4 Gbytes, the operating system must be configured to enable Physical Address Extensions (PAE) Mode. Consult your operating system user's guide on how to enable PAE mode. For more details, refer to Customer Advisory EL041214_CW01.

Updated to resolve issue where POST would hang when certain (typically high-performance) video cards were installed in the server. The problem occurred when any video card was installed in the server with an option ROM greater than 32 Kbytes. For more details, refer to Customer Advisory EL041208_CW01.

Updated to resolve intermittent issue that occurs on certain system reboots in which interrupts will not be distributed evenly among installed processors. Typically, all interrupts would be directed to one processor when this problem occurs. This condition can result in less than optimal performance. For more details, refer to Customer Advisory EL050202_CW01.

ProLiant DL380 G4 ROM P51 (12/02/2004)
Added support for dual-rank DIMMs. PC2-3200 DIMMs can either be single or dual-rank. Because a dual-rank DIMM is similar to having two separate DIMMs on the same module, the system can only have a maximum of 4 dual-rank DIMMs installed at one time. Consult user guides for DIMM population rules when using dual-rank DIMMs.

Added support for No Execution Mode (NX Mode). This feature allows systems to be protected against malicious code and viruses. In combination with an operating system that supports this feature, memory is marked as non-executable unless the location explicitly contains executable code. Some viruses attempt to insert and execute code from non-executable memory locations. These attacks are intercepted and an exception is raised. This feature must be enabled both in the operating system and in ROM-Based Setup. This feature is referred to as Data Execution Prevention (DEP) in Windows operating systems.

Added support for future Intel Xeon processors.

Added support for improved processor thermal protection when the processor reaches extreme temperatures.

Added support to automatically lower power usage by processors which are halted (not performing any tasks). This operation occurs automatically and requires no user configuration.

Added new ROM-Based Setup Advanced Option called Expansion Card Caching Optimization. Enabling this option allows very rare expansion cards (such as Quadrics Elan) to cache their I/O resources for improved performance. The card and its driver must support this optimization to take advantage of this feature. Unless an expansion card is installed, this option should be left disabled.

Added initial support for the future x86 64-bit extensions Windows operating system. This support is only needed for the 64-bit extensions version of the HP System Management Driver. If not using the System Management Driver under this operating system, this support has no impact.

Added new RBSU feature called Dynamic Power Savings Mode (Auto) under the ProLiant Power Governor option in Advanced Options. When this feature is enabled, the System ROM will modify the processor's power state based on the system's workload. When processor intensive workloads are being run, the processor will run in its highest power and performance state. When the processor is doing little work, the processor will run at a lower power and performance state. This allows the system to reduce its overall power usage while having minimal or no effect on performance. This feature works independent of the operating system and requires no additional drivers or OS support to operate.


Version:4.01 (P51-08/26/2004) (18 Sep 2004)
ProLiant DL380 G4 ROM P51 (08/26/2004)
Updated the following:
  • System ROM with the latest support code for Intel Xeon Processors with 800 MHz System Bus. This works around an issue with the Intel Xeon processor that could result in unexpected system behavior or a system hang.

  • System ROM to improve performance of serial console through iLO virtual serial port.

  • System ROM to support System Maintenance Menu in Command Line Interface mode with the serial console session baud rate higher than 9600.

  • System ROM to improve support for USB devices in a pre-boot environment.
ProLiant DL380 G4 ROM P51 (08/26/2004)
Added support for the following:
  • RBSU option to allow configuring the system for reduced processor power mode. This feature will reduce the core voltage and frequency of the processors when enabled. This may be useful for customers whose environment has constrained power availability.

  • To allow the system to reclaim memory lost to the PCI hole when the system is configured with more than 4GB of memory. For these configurations, more memory is made available to the operating system.

  • For new revisions of Intel chipsets.

Version:4.00 (P51-07/22/2004) (16 Aug 2004)
ProLiant DL380 G4 ROM P51 (07/22/2004)
Initial ROM release.

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