X4600 ipmi



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Description: IPMI is an open-standard hardware management interface specification that defines a specific way for embedded management subsystems to communicate. IPMI information is exchanged though baseboard

IPMI is an open-standard hardware management interface specification that defines a specific way for embedded management subsystems to communicate. IPMI information is exchanged though baseboard management controllers (BMCs), which are located on IPMI-compliant hardware components. Using low-level hardware intelligence instead of the operating system has two main benefits: first, this configuration allows for out-of-band server management, and second, the operating system is not burdened with transporting system status data.

Your Service Processor (SP) is IPMI v2.0 compliant. You can access IPMI functionality through the command line with the IPMItool utility either in-band or out-of-band. Additionally, you can generate an IPMI-specific trap from the web interface or manage the server's IPMI functions from any external management solution that is IPMI v1.5 or v2.0 compliant. For more information about the IPMI v2.0 specification, go to http://www.intel.com/design/servers/ipmi/spec.htm#spec2

IPMItool is included on the Sun Fire X4600 server Tools and Drivers CD (705-1438). IPMItool is a simple, command-line interface that is useful for managing IPMI-enabled devices. You can use this utility to perform IPMI functions with a kernel device driver or over a LAN interface. IPMItool enables you to manage system hardware components, monitor system health, and monitor and manage system environmentals, independent of the operating system.

Locate IMPItool and its related documentation on your Sun Fire X4600 Server Tools and Drivers CD, or download this tool:

After you install the IPMItool package, you can access detailed information about command usage and syntax from the man page that is installed. From a command line, type the following command:

To connect over a remote interface, you must supply a user name and password. The default user with administrator-level access is root with password changeme. This means you must use the -U and -P parameters to pass both user name and password on the command line, as shown in the following example:

Note - In the example commands shown in this appendix, the default username, root. and default password, changeme are shown. You should type the user name and password that has been set for the server.

In order to enable the Anonymous/NULL user, you must alter the privilege level on that account. This will let you connect without supplying a -U user option on the command line. The default password for this user is anonymous.

You can also change the default passwords for a particular user ID. First, get a list of users and find the ID for the user you wish to change. Then, supply it with a new password, as shown in the following command sequence:

You can use IPMItool to configure an SSH key for a remote shell user. To do this, first determine the user ID for the desired remote SP user with the user list command:

Then supply the user ID and the location of the RSA or DSA public key to use with the ipmitool sunoem sshkey command. For example:

For more information about supported IPMI 2.0 commands and the sensor naming for this server, also refer to the Integrated Lights Out Manager (ILOM) Administration Guide. 819-1160.

There are a number of ways to read sensor status, from a broad overview that lists all sensors, to querying individual sensors and returning detailed information on them.

To get a list of all sensors in these servers and their status, use the sdr list command with no arguments. This returns a large table with every sensor in the system and its status.






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