dmesg shows CCP and PSP initialization failure related messages
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CCP initialization failed
PSP Initialization failed
The CCP message indicates that the CCP device is not available.
The PSP message indicates its dependency on the SEV feature.
The messages can be fixed by updating to SLES 15 SP2.
The kernel reported that PSP initialization failed if SEV is disabled or not supported.
Both messages were changed in the upstream kernel (5.5.7) and the SLES15 SP2 kernel.
The patch for the first report changed the message to reflect status instead of failure and the second patch updated the driver messages to remove some confusion.
crypto: ccp - Change a message to reflect status instead of failure
crypto: ccp - Update driver messages to remove some confusion
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- Creation Date: 23-Oct-2020
- Modified Date:23-Oct-2020
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