SuperMicro IPMI/SOL and ipmitool troubles
killing at multiplay.co.uk
Tue Nov 11 17:52:57 UTC 2014
On 11/11/2014 17:30, Dmitry Morozovsky wrote:
> Dear colleagues,
> I'm trying to set up sol console for supermicro servers, reading some documents
> including TestClusterOne, mainly:
>> For serial redirection to work, in the BIOS you need to redirect to com port
>> B and in /boot/device.hints you need hint.uart.1.flags="0x10" and enable getty on
> I can see BIOS screen ok; boot1/2 and boot/loader work fine also. However, I
> could not see kernel console output via SOL, neither getty on ttyu1 works.
> I tried different speeds, std vs 3wire, explicitely set console=comconsole
> vidconsole -- no luck.
> I even trued to use `ipmitool sol activate' on one side and `tip -115200 com2'
> on the other -- stiil no data between.
> Any hints?
> For the reference:
> marck at centipede:~> ipmitool -H mc26.int -U root -I lanplus sol info
> Set in progress : set-complete
> Enabled : true
> Force Encryption : false
> Force Authentication : false
> Privilege Level : USER
> Character Accumulate Level (ms) : 0
> Character Send Threshold : 0
> Retry Count : 0
> Retry Interval (ms) : 0
> Volatile Bit Rate (kbps) : 115.2
> Non-Volatile Bit Rate (kbps) : 115.2
> Payload Channel : 1 (0x01)
> Payload Port : 623
This is what we use:
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