dmesg errors?LPC write size is 512 instead of 32; tt_lpc_handler()

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dmesg errors?LPC write size is 512 instead of 32; tt_lpc_handler()

Post by p78.w » 2019/02/27 12:51:02

Hi All
output from dmesg, what is this related ?

Should I be worried?

Centos 6.5
sanevda:________:1A11D540; E(25); LPC write size is 512 instead of 32; tt_lpc_handler()
sanefs:________:9AD96040; E(25); LPC write size is 512 instead of 32; tt_lpc_handler()
sanebd:________:9AD96040; E(25); LPC write size is 512 instead of 32; tt_lpc_handler()
sanevda:________:9AD96040; E(25); LPC write size is 512 instead of 32; tt_lpc_handler()
sanefs:________:9AD96040; E(25); LPC write size is 512 instead of 32; tt_lpc_handler()

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Re: dmesg errors?LPC write size is 512 instead of 32; tt_lpc_handler()

Post by tunk » 2019/02/27 13:26:34

If you're running CentOS 6.5 you should be worried - it has 4-5 years of accumulated security problems.

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Re: dmesg errors?LPC write size is 512 instead of 32; tt_lpc_handler()

Post by TrevorH » 2019/02/27 20:18:02

Run yum update then reboot into the new kernel and umpty zillion other updates that have been released for CentOS 6 in the last 5 years since 6.5.

Do you have a scanner attached to the system?
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Re: dmesg errors?LPC write size is 512 instead of 32; tt_lpc_handler()

Post by p78.w » 2019/02/28 11:40:48

no scanner, 10gb fcoe card, hpe qlogic card, hpe sas drives, backup software

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Re: dmesg errors?LPC write size is 512 instead of 32; tt_lpc_handler()

Post by TrevorH » 2019/02/28 15:33:19

So do sanevda, sanefs and sanebd mean something to you?
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