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Don't have ACU/HP SSA (HP Smart Storage Administrator) nor Intelligent Provisioning


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Well, i first encounter the problem if the ILO4 self-test errors in POST screen, there are several threads.

This is due to the Flash/SDCARD not being able to initialize (fails) and appears as degraded in iLO.

After reading I decide to upgrade iLO from 2.10 to 2.54, same things happens.

 

The point is that after and before iLO upgrade I was not capable to get into the storage manager for the B120i.

It just gets me a blank screen after F5 or F11 pressed.

 

I also did the NAND format trick but still get the degraded error in iLO and not ACU/SSA.

 

Funny thing is I booted a Proliant Service pack image and could open the ACU from the DVD. And correctly configured the newly inserted hard drive.

 

Has this happened to anyone of you?

 

Loosing ACU/SSA and IP?

Can they be "reinstalled" again?

Thanks a lot for reading!

 

 

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