Hi Frank,

Perhaps this old issue and FAQ entry is relevant to the problem?



If it is, disabling the internally build drivers or creating / setting
up /dev/ipmi0 would solve the issue.


On Wed, 2019-07-31 at 13:28 +0000, FRANK Michael wrote:
> Hello,
> I have updated to freeipmi.x86_64   1.5.7-2.el7   on CentOS 7 and now
> I see tons of the following log entries:
> kernel: ipmi-sensors:9047 map pfn expected mapping type uncached-
> minus for [mem 0xbfef1000-0xbfef1fff], got write-back
> After googling I found out that it comes from a kernel module which
> should not be in place anymore in CentOS 7.
> I know that I have to deal with the CentOS maintainers to discuss
> this but until I have an answer and a fix I just want to ask the
> experts if I can simply remove this messages from rsyslog and ignore
> them.
> Or is there another way to get rid of except compiling a new kernel
> which is not an option for me?
> Any help is much appreciated
> Michael
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