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N3000-2 XL710 or XVV710?

ahaa
Beginner
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Q1:    Why is it that when I execute 'lspci' command on my server, the result is XXV710, but the corresponding device in the N3000 manual is XL710?


Q2:    Will XL710-BM2 or XXV710 in N3000-2 support RDMA?

 

Thanks for your reply!

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JonWay_C_Intel
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1) Thanks for the feedback. I have filed to confirm and correct on this issue.

2) Based on below spec:

https://ark.intel.com/content/www/us/en/ark/products/95260/intel-ethernet-network-adapter-xxv710-da2...

https://ark.intel.com/content/www/us/en/ark/products/83967/intel-ethernet-converged-network-adapter-...

Both XL710 and XXV710 does not support RDMA

JonWay_C_Intel
Employee
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 In the newest PV1.1, in lspci, there is no mention of the variant to avoid confusion.
The datasheet naming remains XL710.

JonWay_C_Intel_0-1614046555426.png

If you still seeing this issue despite having the latest Acceleration Stack + drivers installed. 
Can you share with me the i40e and NVM firmware driver versions? Run "ethtool -i <linkname>"

For linkname, you can get by running "lshw -c network -businfo"...look at the corresponding linkname to the BDF of the Ethernet controller.

ahaa
Beginner
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Here are the version of i40e and  firmware

JonWay_C_Intel
Employee
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1) Which acceleration stack are you using? "rpm -qa | grep opae"

2) How about if you switch to the factory boot image? "rsu fpga -f".....do you see the naming XXV710?

Also, please capture "fpgainfo fme" "fpgainfo port" 

3) What is your OS/kernel version?

"cat /etc/*elease"

"uname -r"

ahaa
Beginner
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Here are the captures, thanks!

JonWay_C_Intel
Employee
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2) How about if you switch to the factory boot image? "rsu fpga -f".....do you see the naming XXV710? Please capture "fpgainfo fme" "fpgainfo port" for factory boot image, and lspci check the naming again.

3) What is your OS version? "cat /etc/*elease"

ahaa
Beginner
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Here is the version of OS.

And I don`t understand the question (2) well, when I commanded 'rsu fpga -f', I got the result of picture 6. 

ahaa
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JonWay_C_Intel
Employee
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Could you try this command: "update-pciids" and then send me the logs.

ahaa
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JonWay_C_Intel
Employee
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Could you check lspci again for XXV710 naming? Please share the output. Thanks

ahaa
Beginner
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ahaa
Beginner
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in fact, we have been checked the name of XXV710 on  3 different kind servers at least, and all results are XXV710.

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