anyone come across a ql_ima.log file that fills up the /tmp folder on ESXi 5.5? we are running B200 M3 blades with Cisco ViC 1240.
a quick search on the internet points to users having to update the qlogic driver to fix the issue. if we delete the file, it re-creates it. we dont have a qlogic card in the blade & correct my if i am wrong, but the 1240 would not use a qlogic driver?
we seem to have a fix for the ql_ima.log issue. i got in touch with TAC & they advised updating the qlogic driver for our version of ESXi & it has fixed the issue. we are no longer seeing the ql_ima.log being created on the host we applied the fix to. we are rolling this out to other hosts now.
the info from TAC is as follows:
Per our conversation there has been some issues with the inbox driver, updating to the following qlogic driver should resolve the ql_ima.log issues even though this driver is not actually in use by any devices on the blade:
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