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This page describes how to use coreboot on the HP DL145 G3 1U server. It is maintained by ElAngelo.
The manual of the machine is available at hp.com.
The main reason for the port is that the BIOS from HP does not support hardware virtualization on the CPUs.
|CPU works||OK||2 AMD Opteron 2218HE|
|L1 cache enabled||Unknown|
|L2 cache enabled||Unknown|
|L3 cache enabled||Unknown|
|Multiple CPU support||OK||Both CPUs work just fine.|
|Multi-core support||OK||All cores of the CPUs show up in /proc/cpuinfo.|
|Hardware virtualization||OK||Hardware virtualization with kvm on Linux was tested.|
|DDR2||OK||Tested with 4* 2GB Kingston Reg ECC DDR6400 (Kingston KVR667D2D8P5/2G)|
|Dual channel support||OK|
|On-board IDE 3.5"||Unknown|
|On-board IDE 2.5"||N/A|
|On-board SATA||OK||Needs time-out in FILO.|
|On-board VGA||OK||VGA ROM at http://220.127.116.11/~samuel/matrox.rom could only be loaded with SeaBIOS.|
|On-board Ethernet||OK||Untested: eth1|
|On-board Smartcard reader||N/A|
|On-board SD card reader||N/A|
|ISA add-on cards||N/A|
|Audio/Modem-Riser (AMR/CNR) cards||N/A|
|PCI add-on cards||N/A|
|Mini-PCI add-on cards||N/A|
|Mini-PCI-Express add-on cards||Unknown|
|PCI-X add-on cards||Unknown|
|AGP graphics cards||N/A|
|PCI Express x1 add-on cards||N/A|
|PCI Express x2 add-on cards||N/A|
|PCI Express x4 add-on cards||Unknown|
|PCI Express x8 add-on cards||Unknown|
|PCI Express x16 add-on cards||Unknown|
|PCI Express x32 add-on cards||N/A|
|HTX add-on cards||OK||09:25-ijuz_: HTX card was tested, is OK (IRC)|
|Legacy / Super I/O|
|Serial port 1 (COM1)||OK|
|Serial port 2 (COM2)||N/A|
|Sensors / fan control||Unknown|
|CPU frequency scaling||Unknown|
|Other powersaving features||Unknown|
|High precision event timers (HPET)||Unknown|
|Random number generator (RNG)||Unknown|
|Wake on modem ring||Unknown|
|Wake on LAN||Unknown|
|Wake on keyboard||Unknown|
|Wake on mouse||Unknown|
- Noticed that the port has a timer problem (time is moving at double speed). This is being investigated.
* temporary workaround: add clocksource=tsc to the cmdline of the bootloader