Chris - Can you upgrade the RBSU (and whatever other firmware) to the latest rev on lvs1007 please?
Context - I'm having issues getting the network adapter to work on this host (and others like it, but experimenting on just this one for now). @fgiunchedi managed to get past the same issue by disabling "HP Shared Memory Features" for the NIC(s) somewhere in the RBSU menus. However, on these hosts there is no menu-based RBSU on the serial console (apparently it varies by model and rbsu firmware rev, etc), only the CLI with the SET/SHOW commands. There's no such option available in the CLI stuff. There are hints online that later versions of RBSU might either have the CLI option for this or enable the menu-based RBSU with fuller control. I've already tried disabling Intel VT-d (via RBSU CLI) and SR-IOV (via NIC Ctrl+S setup) but that's apparently not enough to get past this ethernet driver crash issue.
This is a deep rabbithole problem that's blocking a lot of other work indirectly (e.g. decomming old LVSes in eqiad, and blocking indirectly the ulsfo hardware deploys and asia cache DC as well).