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> > Intel has acquired the InfiniBand assets of QLogic
> > about a year ago. These SDR HCAs are no longer supported, but should
> > still work.
I guess the more important part of what I wrote is that " These SDR HCAs are no longer supported" :)
> Do you mean they should work with the latest infinipath libraries
> (despite what it said or implied in the notes for last version I got
> from QLogic?) or possibly what's in RHEL? I thought I'd actually tried
> and failed with later stuff, but may just have gone by the release notes.
Some testing from an Intel group who had these QLE7140 HCAs revealed to me that they do _not_ work with our recent software stack such as IFS 7.1.1 (which includes OFED 220.127.116.11) .
They were able to get them to work with the QLogic OFED+ 6.0.2 stack. That corresponds to OFED 1.5.2 -- that was the first OFED to include PSM.
I am providing this info as a courtesy, but not making any guarantees that it will work.
> > You can get the driver (ib_qib) and PSM library from OFED 18.104.22.168 or
> > the current release OFED 3.5.
> I wonder if there's a version of the driver that's known to work in a
> current RHEL5 system with QLE7140. We get frequent qib-related kernel
> panics from a vanilla RHEL5.9 kernel
The older QLogic and OFED stacks mentioned above were not ported to nor tested with RHEL 5.9, which did not exist at the time. Sorry.
-- after running OK under test for
> a few weeks, and nothing relevant appearing to have changed to cause
> it... (There's a trace on the redhat bugzilla with qib in the issue
> title, for what it's worth.) I'm currently reverting to old stuff.
> It's good if Infinipath-land is taking an interest in OMPI again, and
> that the libraries are now under a free licence.
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