The following is a complete listing of the fixes included in version 5.04:
Kernel core dump using kdump might not complete in Linux when using Smart Array Gen9 firmware version 4.52.
Intermittent memory errors might cause the controller to stop responding. (POST Lockup 0x13)
System might stop responding if a parity error is found during surface scan of a RAID6 volume. (POST Lockup 0x13)
In rare cases, the controller might stop responding while running IO without displaying a lockup code.
Non-Maskable Interrupt (NMI) might occur on systems with a Windows OS and HPE Gen9 Smart Array or Smart HBA adapters and performing continuous reboot testing.
System IO might stop when using certain 6TiB and 8TiB SAS drives in a dual-path configuration with an HPE Gen9 Smart Array or Smart HBA adapter in HBA-mode, possibly resulting in an OS crash.
Physical slot location of SATA drives might not be returned correctly when using Microsoft Storage Spaces Direct (S2D).
Multiple direct attach SATA drives within a cluster might show the same World Wide Name (WWN) when using Microsoft Storage Spaces Direct (S2D).
Drive LED's might be illuminated for the wrong drive and/or only illuminate momentarily when connected to an expander configuration with an HPE Gen9 Smart Array or Smart HBA adapter in HBA-mode.
Controllers using a 4GB cache module might fail data retention following an unexpected power event. (POST message 1793 - Data in Write-Back Cache has been Lost)
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