Can we please finally solve Dell's racadm for FreeBSD? Advice needed
xxjack12xx at gmail.com
Sun Apr 29 03:09:14 UTC 2018
I manage a variety of Dell servers running FreeBSD, only 610 and 1950s
work with racadm but everything that can be done with racadm can also
be done with ipmitool. I just use ipmitool to get around instead of
their proprietary racadm stuff. What functionality do you need from
racadm and maybe I can give you an ipmitool equivalent?
On Sat, Apr 28, 2018 at 6:54 AM, Nicolas Embriz <nbari at tequila.io> wrote:
> Regarding this topic I have a Dell Power 2900 that I could donate for
> testing more in detail this issues.
> If interested please PM.
> On Sat, Apr 28, 2018 at 3:39 PM, Peter G. <freebsd at disroot.org> wrote:
>> Dear everybody,
>> regarding: https://bugs.freebsd.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=201799
>> would somebody knowledgeable be kind enough to advice and/or help with
>> bringing Dell racadm client/tools to FreeBSD? What is the problem with
>> ipmi enumeration Dan mentioned on his commit? What is in the first place
>> desired is local access to local hardware via standard racadm client.
>> Local management is the "big kahuna" here.
>> There were several attempts over the years, yet everything waned away
>> without any solid results. Dell hardware is constantly mentioned on the
>> lists or in the forums, so clearly many of us use it. I myself manage
>> several Dell servers. The lack of local racadm for FreeBSD is daring.
>> On my own and out of my pocket I will offer 50 EUR in Bitcoin to anybody
>> who will solve the problem, i.e. provide a working racadm client which
>> can access and manage local hardware. Of course anybody else is welcome
>> to chime in. I am willing to put that in escrow with a trusted member of
>> the community. Please let me know what to do.
>> Many thanks!
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