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I have the same problem and none of the solutions above worked for me. turns out it was this bug The workaround mentioned there worked for me: dpkg --purge kexec-tools
What determines this, is the variable lpfc_use_msi. If You set it on 2 in the modprobe.conf then it will use MSI instead of IO. It is recommended to use 'MSI interrupt mode'.
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