The only missing piece of information here is the current driver LSI driver version running on ESXi.
Checking at the LSI website the latest driver available is:
Which redirect you to the following VMware download locations:
6.913.05.00Try to update this driver if not already.
After that we will need to start troubleshooting the HDD backplane, cables and hardware in general.
Let us know.
Thanks for your quick reply.
Such a shame, the original driver from the intitial esxi-setup was activ.
I have installed the driver you suggested.
VIBs Installed: Avago_bootbank_lsi-mr3_6.913.05.00-1OEM.6126.96.36.19998673
VIBs Removed: VMW_bootbank_lsi-mr3_6.910.18.00-1vmw.6188.8.131.5264106
I will now monitor the Server for a while (2-3 days) and report the result here.
I’m sorry to hear about the issue persist.
In this case, due to the complexity of the issue, it would be recommended for you to contact us over the phone support line. You can get the number from the following URL: http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/contact-support.html
In order to have all the info available handy you could get the system logs using the sysinfo tool (https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/25437/Intel-System-Information-Retrieval-Utility-SysInfo-?product=88281) before calling.
Hope this helps.
Thank you for the reply. I will update the Server Board to the newest Firmware (Download Intel® Server Board S2600WT BIOS and Firmware Update for EFI ) first and if the problem still persist i contact intel support as you recommend.
Sounds like a plan. Thanks for the update.
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