iDRAC

racadm

  • Restart the console from OS (srvadmin-racadm5 rpm) or from iDRAC: racadcm racreset

The default option is soft. If you do not enter an option, racadm waits three seconds and then runs the soft option with the racreset subcommand.

hard - A hard reset resets the entire RAC and is as close to a power-on reset as can be achieved using software. The RAC log, database, and selected daemons are shutdown gracefully prior to the reset. A hard reset should be considered as a final effort. PCI configuration is lost.
soft - A soft reset is a microprocessor and microprocessor subsystem reset that resets the processor core to restart the software. PCI configurations are preserved. The RAC log, database, and selected daemons are shutdown gracefully prior to the reset.
graceful - A graceful reset is the same as a soft reset.
<delay> - The user is allowed to select how many seconds of delay occur before the reset sequence is started. A valid delay entry is between 1-60 seconds. The default is 3 seconds.
  • Get information about the sever: racadm getsysinfo
  • Control the server: racadm serveraction <action>
  • Get Service Tag: racadm getsvctag
  • View system event log (check why orange light is blinking): racadm getsel
  • Clear the system event log: racadm clear
  • Firmware inventory: racadm swinventory
  • Change password: racadm config -g cfgUserAdmin -o cfgUserAdminPassword -i 2 'new_password'
  • Get the NIC configuration: racadm getniccfg
  • Monitoring the health of the enclosure: racadm getsensorinfo
  • Display user-level access log: racadm getraclog
  • Updating the firmware: racadm fwupdate
  • Resetting the configuration to the factory defaults: racadm racresetcfg
powerdown — Powers down the managed system.
powerup — Powers up the managed system.
powercycle — Issues a power-cycle operation on the managed system. This action is similar to pressing the power button on the system's front panel to power down and then power up the system.
powerstatus — Displays the current power status of the server ("ON", or "OFF")
hardreset — Performs a reset (reboot) operation on the managed system.

OMSA

  • Service script: /opt/dell/srvadmin/sbin/srvadmin-services.sh {start|stop|status|restart|enable|disable|help}
  • Find IP's iDRAC from OS: omreport chassis remoteaccess
  • Report system overview: omreport chassis
  • Report system summary info (all components): omreport system summary
  • Display temperature info: omreport chassis temps
  • Display CPU info: omreport chassis processors
  • Display memory slots: omreport chassis memory
  • Show power supply: omreport chassis pwrsupplies
  • Show PCI slots: omreport chassis slots
  • Display alert log: omreport system alertlog
  • Display events: omreport system events
  • Display alert actions information: omreport system alertaction
  • Display ESM log: omreport system esmlog
  • Display virtual disks: omreport storage vdisk
  • List physical disks on controller: omreport storage pdisk controller=0
  • Change the status from Foreign to Ready: omconfig storage controller action=clearforeignconfig controller=0
  • Add the disk into the array (as Global Hot Spare recommended by Dell): omconfig storage pdisk action=assignglobalhotspare controller=0 pdisk=0:0:1 assign=yes
  • Display OS: omreport system operatingsystem
  • Display version report for all components: omreport system version
  • Display power consumption information: omreport chassis pwrmonitoring
  • Display power inventory and budget: omreport chassis pwrmanagement
  • Display fans: omreport chassis fans
  • Display network interfaces: omreport chassis nics
  • Display voltage probes: omreport chassis volts
  • Display batteries: omreport chassis batteries
  • Display controller informantions: omreport storage controller
  • Generate system log (/var/log): omconfig storage controller action=exportlog controller=0
  • Check the available commands on your system: omreport system -? or omreport chassis -?
  • Identification of a disk:
omconfig storage pdisk action=blink controller=0 pdisk=0:0:1
omconfig storage pdisk action=unblink controller=0 pdisk=0:0:1

Commands

  • Extract a firmware: sh Network_Firmware_82J79_LN_08.07.26_A00-00.BIN --extract <dir>

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