IPMI Console: No luck once OS is booted
ler at lerctr.org
Sun Aug 10 15:53:36 UTC 2008
On Sun, 10 Aug 2008, Daryl Richards wrote:
> What NIC does your server use? I'm currently trying to figure out a similar
> issue with my server, which use bge(4)
em(4), and the IPMI card has it's own NIC.
> I have a Sun Fire X2200. I can access the LOM no problem once Linux or
> Solaris is booted. But, once FreeBSD boots, it's no longer accessible from
> the NIC. Serial still works fine, it's just access via web or ssh.
> This happens from a fresh install, and also I've rebuild to -STABLE, and no
> joy either.
> These two cases might be related.
Hrm. That's interesting.
> On 10-Aug-08, at 9:24 AM, Larry Rosenman wrote:
>> On Sat, 9 Aug 2008, Larry Rosenman wrote:
>>> On Sat, 9 Aug 2008, Larry Rosenman wrote:
>>>> I have a current RELENG_7 running on:
>>>> with the -3+ IPMI card.
>>>> I can interact with the BIOS, etc, but no joy once we get past the
>>>> Anyone have ideas?
>>>> Attached is the kernel config, and the /var/run/dmesg.boot file.
>>> I hate it when I post something, and then look at one setting on the
>>> card, and fix it myself.
>>> There is a key release timeout checkbox on the keyboard/mouse
>>> settings tab for the KVM that wasn't checked. Checking it
>>> fixed it.
>>> Sorry for the noise. :(
>> Actually, it worked *ONCE*, and now is not behaving itself.
>> Any ideas from other SuperMicro users?
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