+++ This bug was initially created as a clone of Bug #568388 +++
Created attachment 433221 [details]
Patch to increase POST timeout for EEH recovery
Patch for upstream commit d938a702e5ce8909ea68be97566150507bfea4df.
Also updates version number to 2.102.404r
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Build 238 is being tested in PPC. Will get back with results.
Sanity Check is done on Build 238 in PPC architecture and is passed.
RHEL6 RC2 testing on Intel architecutre is in progress.
Wanted to add that this particular bug 616512 (EEH timeout increase) could not be verified in in the build because we do not have the EEH error injection tool from IBM for RH 5.6.
IBM, can you please help us verify this ?
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Sanity check is completed in RHEL5.6 RC2 on Intel architecture and is passed on both BE2 and BE3 cards.