- What driver is needed for Fusion-io ioDrive devices?
- Fusion-io ioDrive
- Red Hat software environment
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux
- Red Hat Enterprise OpenStack Platform (RHOS) 3
- Red Hat Enterprise OpenStack Platform (RHOS) 4
- Red Hat Gluster Storage 3.1
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 5
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 6
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 7
- Red Hat OpenStack Platform 8
- Red Hat OpenStack Platform 9
- Red Hat OpenStack Platform 10
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- Contact the appropriate hardware vendor for assistance with the the most recent software: including driver, installation, configuration, and troubleshooting support for Fusion-io products (ioDrive, ioMemory, and other related Western Digital/SanDisk hardware).
- This includes the
fiodriver itself, along with
fio-pci-checkand other related utilities and software.
- Red Hat does not supply or ship the driver or any of the other utilities for Fusion-io hardware.
- Support for third party software, installation, configuration and troubleshooting are out of scope of coverage for support from Red Hat.
- Red Hat does not support third party software. Although Red Hat continues to fully support the underlying installation on which these drivers are used (the software we ship) -- support for third party software and any applications developed around the Fusion-io ioDrive and dedicated driver is not implied.
- Also see Red Hat Enterprise Linux - Top Support Policies
- This includes the
Direct all futher inquiries for driver, installation, configuration, and support issues to the current Fusion-io hardware vendor. Fusion-io is currently sold and supported by Western Digital's SanDisk product division. Included on their website are a number of knowledge base articles, including how to rebuild the fio driver from scratch and other Fusion-io issues which may be appropriate:
- "KB1218 - Red Hat- Building the ioDrive Driver From Source (Red Hat, Oracle, CentOS)"
- "KB1194 - Basic ioMemory Device Troubleshooting on Linux"
A Linux kernel module, or device driver, for Fusion-io flash storage devices has not yet been provided under an Open Source license, such as the GPL, to enable Red Hat to distribute it with the Linux Kernel. Therefore, it must be obtained as a third-party driver from the vendor for use within Red Hat Enterprise Linux or Red Hat Enterprise OpenStack Platform.