Did you do a reinstall? if so, run the command that Tony posted:
to see if the driver is already installed. As far as which driver to install, I don't know. If no one here can help you, you may be able to get help in one of the other Linux forums that use source code from Red.....
all i did was installed the OneCommand. The driver i installed was: kmod-elx-lpfc-188.8.131.52_2.6.32_131.0.15.el6-1.x86_64.rpm
since i couldnt use the elx_lpfc_install.sh the driver file came with i had to manually install that driver using yum install <driver>. then i installed the OneCommand elxocmcore-rhel5-rhel6-184.108.40.206-1 which contained two rpm's that i needed <elxocmcore-220.127.116.11-1.x86_64.rpm> and <elxocmlibhbaapi-18.104.22.168-1.x86_64.rpm>.
I think i will make a post on the RHEL website just to see if im on the right track. The driver <kmod-elx-lpfc-22.214.171.124_2.6.32_131.0.15.el6-1.x86_64.rpm> is the only driver i installed.
i retried the modprobe lpfc and this is the output now which is different than the last time:
lpfc 665523 1
scsi_transport_fc 55235 1 lpfc
but still when i try the modinfo lpfc.ko it says that it couldnt ipen lpfc.ko: no such file or directory
so maybe something is still wrong.
With the OneCommand cli i still dont see anything that relates to activating it (at least that makes sense to me). but atleast its progress
Thanks for the help.