New kmod-hpsa packages are now available for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.

The kmod-hpsa packages provide kernel modules for controlling HP Smart ArrayControllers.This enhancement update adds the kmod-hpsa packages to Red Hat Enterprise Linux7 as part of the Red Hat Enterprise Linux Driver Update Program (DUP).(BZ#1158312) Within this update, temporary drivers for the following hardware have beenprovided beyond what was delivered in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.0: HP Smart Array controllers for generation 9 servers:Smart Array P244br 0x21BD103CSmart Array P741m 0x21BE103CSmart HBA H240ar 0x21BF103CSmart Array P440ar 0x21C0103CSmart Array P440 0x21C2103CSmart Array P441 0x21C3103CSmart Array P841 0x21C5103CSmart HBA H244br 0x21C6103CSmart HBA H240 0x21C7103CSmart HBA H241 0x21C8103CSmart Array P246br 0x21CA103CSmart Array P840 0x21CB103CSmart Array P542t 0x21CC103CSmart Array P240tr 0x21CD103CSmart HBA H240tr 0x21CE103COnly users requiring temporary driver support for the specific hardware notedabove should install these packages. Unless a system includes the exact hardwareexplicitly supported by the kmod-hpsa packages, these packages must not beinstalled.
Before applying this update, make sure all previously released errata relevantto your system have been applied.This update is available via the Red Hat Network. Details on how to use the RedHat Network to apply this update are available athttps://access.redhat.com/articles/11258Red Hat Enterprise Linux Desktop (v. 7)

SRPMS:
hpsa-3.4.4_1_RH1-1.el7_0.src.rpm
    MD5: 937f789463d5caeea996d86c7fb8ef91SHA-256: 6a95c133c30c2b8d842e766210dffd88d029f75a5d9e4a3c184ec63141bcfdd6
 
x86_64:
hpsa-debuginfo-3.4.4_1_RH1-1.el7_0.x86_64.rpm
    MD5: 2009f20c9179008f3ecd51011c4c7e4fSHA-256: e5bdb730c7012e564852daf158a6828888576013fc8f55cd804d06ae5d1dfdd8
kmod-hpsa-3.4.4_1_RH1-1.el7_0.x86_64.rpm
    MD5: 55a19c828a044bf2947028937c60432cSHA-256: eaedee9716f9ebcca9ceff6dfeb3bac689ed16aaa628f2721537c0386541b1f8
 
Red Hat Enterprise Linux HPC Node (v. 7)

SRPMS:
hpsa-3.4.4_1_RH1-1.el7_0.src.rpm
    MD5: 937f789463d5caeea996d86c7fb8ef91SHA-256: 6a95c133c30c2b8d842e766210dffd88d029f75a5d9e4a3c184ec63141bcfdd6
 
x86_64:
hpsa-debuginfo-3.4.4_1_RH1-1.el7_0.x86_64.rpm
    MD5: 2009f20c9179008f3ecd51011c4c7e4fSHA-256: e5bdb730c7012e564852daf158a6828888576013fc8f55cd804d06ae5d1dfdd8
kmod-hpsa-3.4.4_1_RH1-1.el7_0.x86_64.rpm
    MD5: 55a19c828a044bf2947028937c60432cSHA-256: eaedee9716f9ebcca9ceff6dfeb3bac689ed16aaa628f2721537c0386541b1f8
 
Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server (v. 7)

SRPMS:
hpsa-3.4.4_1_RH1-1.el7_0.src.rpm
    MD5: 937f789463d5caeea996d86c7fb8ef91SHA-256: 6a95c133c30c2b8d842e766210dffd88d029f75a5d9e4a3c184ec63141bcfdd6
 
x86_64:
hpsa-debuginfo-3.4.4_1_RH1-1.el7_0.x86_64.rpm
    MD5: 2009f20c9179008f3ecd51011c4c7e4fSHA-256: e5bdb730c7012e564852daf158a6828888576013fc8f55cd804d06ae5d1dfdd8
kmod-hpsa-3.4.4_1_RH1-1.el7_0.x86_64.rpm
    MD5: 55a19c828a044bf2947028937c60432cSHA-256: eaedee9716f9ebcca9ceff6dfeb3bac689ed16aaa628f2721537c0386541b1f8
 
Red Hat Enterprise Linux Workstation (v. 7)

SRPMS:
hpsa-3.4.4_1_RH1-1.el7_0.src.rpm
    MD5: 937f789463d5caeea996d86c7fb8ef91SHA-256: 6a95c133c30c2b8d842e766210dffd88d029f75a5d9e4a3c184ec63141bcfdd6
 
x86_64:
hpsa-debuginfo-3.4.4_1_RH1-1.el7_0.x86_64.rpm
    MD5: 2009f20c9179008f3ecd51011c4c7e4fSHA-256: e5bdb730c7012e564852daf158a6828888576013fc8f55cd804d06ae5d1dfdd8
kmod-hpsa-3.4.4_1_RH1-1.el7_0.x86_64.rpm
    MD5: 55a19c828a044bf2947028937c60432cSHA-256: eaedee9716f9ebcca9ceff6dfeb3bac689ed16aaa628f2721537c0386541b1f8
 
(The unlinked packages above are only available from the Red Hat Network)
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