NEC Express 5800 Series User Manual

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User's Guide
Express5800 Series
BMC Configuration
Chapter 1 Summary
Chapter 2 System Requirements
Chapter 3 Installation
Chapter 4 Functions
Chapter 5 Functions for ft Server
Chapter 6 Functions for the highly parallel computing server
Chapter 7 Precautions for Use
Rev.1.43
© NEC Corporation 2015

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  • Page 1 BMC Configuration Chapter 1 Summary Chapter 2 System Requirements Chapter 3 Installation Chapter 4 Functions Chapter 5 Functions for ft Server Chapter 6 Functions for the highly parallel computing server Chapter 7 Precautions for Use Rev.1.43 © NEC Corporation 2015...
  • Page 2 Summary ............................... 7 BMC Configuration Functions ......................7 1.1.1 NEC Express5800 series ......................7 1.1.2 NEC Express5800/ft Server....................... 8 1.1.3 NEC Express5800/The highly parallel computing server............8 System Requirements ..........................9 Hardware ............................9 Operating System ..........................9 Server Management Driver ......................10 Installation ............................11...
  • Page 3 BMC Configuration User’s Guide 4.4.2 Battery Controller Information ....................52 4.4.3 Battery Controller Configuration..................... 53 Backup............................. 54 Restore............................. 55 Clear BMC SEL ..........................56 BMC Configuration Initialization....................56 Reset BMC ............................56 4.10 Monitoring............................57 4.10.1 WDT ............................. 57 4.10.2 Shutdown ..........................58 Functions for ft Server.........................
  • Page 4: Trademarks

    BMC Configuration User’s Guide Trademarks NEC ESMPRO and EXPRESSBUILDER are trademarks of NEC Corporation. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and Windows Server are registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries. Linux is the registered trademark of Linus Torvalds in the U.S. and other countries.
  • Page 5: External Libraries Which This Product Uses

    External Libraries; and, (c) NEC and the Suppliers are not liable to you, and will not defend, indemnify, or hold you harmless for any claims arising from or related to the External Libraries.
  • Page 6: About This Document

    BMC Configuration User’s Guide About this Document This document explains the complete procedures from installation of "BMC Configuration" to setup of managed server. Before attempting to operate BMC Configuration, read this document so as to gain an adequate understanding of the contents. ...
  • Page 7: Summary

    BMC Configuration User’s Guide Summary BMC Configuration is software that works on the managed server. It configures BMC on the managed server. BMC Configuration Functions 1.1.1 NEC Express5800 series  BMC Configuration You can specify the configurations to the managed server's BMC. ...
  • Page 8: Nec Express5800/Ft Server

    You can apply the FRU/BIOS/BMC settings which are backed up in files to BMC on the server. 1.1.3 NEC Express5800/The highly parallel computing server  Setting for NEC ESMPRO Management You can specify the authentication key to manage from NEC ESMPRO Manager to the managed server's BMC.
  • Page 9: System Requirements

    It needs to satisfy the following conditions.  Target System -- NEC Express5800 Series and NEC Storage NS Series that integrates EXPRESSSCOPE Engine 3 -- NEC Express5800 Series that integrates EXPRESSSCOPE Engine SP3 -- The highly parallel computing server (NEC Express5800/HR120a-1, HR120b-1) ...
  • Page 10: Server Management Driver

    BMC Configuration User’s Guide IMPORTANT:  You can not install BMC Configuration in the following case. -- Installation on guest OS virtual of machine.  The following packages are necessary to use BMC Configuration on Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server 6(x64), Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server 7(x64) or Oracle Linux 6(x64). If these are not installed, you need to install them from the install disc of operating system.
  • Page 11: Installation

    BMC Configuration User’s Guide Installation BMC Configuration Installation for Windows Explain the installation of BMC Configuration. 3.1.1 Check before installation Check the followings: -- See chapter 2 to check the system requirement. -- Login to Windows as Administrator. 3.1.2 Start installation menu ...
  • Page 12: Install Bmc Configuration

    BMC Configuration User’s Guide 3.1.3 Install BMC Configuration (1) The BMC Configuration installer is started. Click [Next]. (2) Enter a folder name to install. Click [Next].
  • Page 13 BMC Configuration User’s Guide (3) Confirm the installation settings, and click [Next]. The installation is started. After the installation is completed, BMC Configuration is available.
  • Page 14: Bmc Configuration Uninstallation For Windows

    BMC Configuration User’s Guide BMC Configuration Uninstallation for Windows Explain the uninstallation of BMC Configuration. 3.2.1 Check before uninstallation Check the following: -- Login to Windows as Administrator. 3.2.2 Uninstall BMC Configuration Uninstall from the Windows menu [Control Panel] - [Add or Remove Programs]. Select [BMC Configuration] and click [Change/Remove] button.
  • Page 15: Bmc Configuration Installation For Linux

    BMC Configuration User’s Guide BMC Configuration Installation for Linux Explain the installation of BMC Configuration. 3.3.1 Check before installation Check the followings: -- See chapter 2 to check the system requirement. -- Login to Linux as root user. CHECK:  BMC Configuration installer exists on following directory: -- If you install by using downloaded modules: /bmc_config.
  • Page 16: Install Bmc Configuration

    (3) A confirmation message of BMC Configuration installation is displayed. Input "yes" and "Enter" key. BMC Configuration is installed under /opt/nec/BMC_Configuration directory. If you input "no", the installation is not executed. When the installation is completed, the following message is displayed.
  • Page 17: Bmc Configuration Uninstallation For Linux

    BMC Configuration User’s Guide BMC Configuration Uninstallation for Linux Explain the uninstallation of BMC Configuration. 3.4.1 Check before installation Check the following: -- Login to Linux as root user. 3.4.2 Uninstall BMC Configuration (1) Move to the directory in which all installation files are copied. cd /usr/local/bin/bmc_config/BMCConfiguration-N.NN-x "N.NN"...
  • Page 18: Functions

    BMC Configuration User’s Guide Functions This chapter describes the functions of BMC Configuration of if you use a standard server. Please refer to chapter 5 when you use ft Server. Please refer to chapter 6 when you use the highly parallel computing server. Start procedure 4.1.1 On Windows...
  • Page 19: On Linux

    4.1.2 On Linux After the installation is completed, do the following operation as root user to open the setting function of BMC Configuration. /opt/nec/BMC_Configuration/bmcconf TIPS:  Refer to the following to see BMC Configuration help information. - Open the setting of BMC Configuration and press F12 key on the screen displayed "[F12] help"...
  • Page 20: Bmc Configuration

    BMC Configuration User’s Guide BMC Configuration This chapter explains all the BMC Configuration information items. Refer to set more detailed settings. Explain the settings with the screen of BMC Configuration for Windows. 4.2.1 Network This screen displays and sets the network environment of BMC. It is displayed "Network(Master)"...
  • Page 21 BMC Configuration User’s Guide Item Description Default Value Management LAN Management LAN setting Management Set and display LAN port to communicate with BMC. You can Management LAN modify this setting only on BMC Configuration of Off-line TOOL. *1 *2 Management LAN : LAN port for BMC exclusive use.
  • Page 22 BMC Configuration User’s Guide *1: It is possible to set when the system supports change. *2: If you modify this setting, "Reset BMC" is necessary on some systems. When set to "Shared BMC LAN", the management LAN port is disabled. When set to "Shared BMC LAN", the network performance may be reduced because the data of both LANs must be transmitted or received.
  • Page 23: Service

    BMC Configuration User’s Guide 4.2.2 Service This screen displays and sets the list of the service of BMC. It is displayed "Service(Master)" in the case of EXPRESSSCOPE Engine SP3. Item Description Default Value Web Server Web Server setting HTTP Select Enable/Disable of HTTP. *1 Enable HTTP Port Set the HTTP Port.
  • Page 24: User Account

    BMC Configuration User’s Guide 4.2.3 User Account This screen displays and sets the users who use BMC. It is possible to register up to 12 users or less. Item Description User Account Displays a list of registered users. The number allocated to user is displayed. User Name The user name is displayed.
  • Page 25: User

    BMC Configuration User’s Guide 4.2.4 User This screen sets the selected user. Item Description Default Value User User setting User Select Enable/Disable of User. *1 Enable User Name Set the User Name. *2 Blank Password Set the Password of the User. *3 Blank Confirm Password Set same character string as the Password.
  • Page 26: Active Directory

    BMC Configuration User’s Guide 4.2.5 Active Directory This screen displays and sets the Active Directory. Item Description Default Value Active Directory Active Directory setting Active Directory Select Enable/Disable of Active Directory Authentication. Disable Authentication User Domain Name Set the user domain name used by Active Directory Blank Authentication.
  • Page 27 BMC Configuration User’s Guide Item Description Group *1 Displays a list of registered groups. The number allocated to group is displayed. Group Name The group name is displayed. Group Domain The domain name of Active Directory is displayed. Privilege The privilege of the group is displayed. Edit *1 Add or change group information.
  • Page 28: Group

    BMC Configuration User’s Guide 4.2.6 Group This screen sets the selected group. Item Description Default Value Group Group setting Group Name Set the Group Name. *1 Blank Group Domain Set the Group Domain Name. *2 Blank Privilege Select the privilege of the Group. Administrator Administrator Operator...
  • Page 29: Ldap

    BMC Configuration User’s Guide 4.2.7 LDAP This screen displays and sets the LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol). Item Description Default Value LDAP LDAP setting LDAP Authentication Select Enable/Disable of LDAP Authentication. Disable IP Address Set the IP Address. *1 0.0.0.0 Port Set the LDAP Port.
  • Page 30: Mail Alert

    BMC Configuration User’s Guide 4.2.8 Mail Alert This screen displays and sets the alert by E-mail from BMC. This setting does not exist in the case of EXPRESSSCOPE Engine SP3.
  • Page 31 BMC Configuration User’s Guide Item Description Default Value Mail Alert Mail Alert setting Alert Select Enable/Disable of Mail Alert. Disable Response time of SMTP Set the timeout period until when the connection to server SMTP server succeed by E-mail transmission. Mail Mail Header setting To:1...
  • Page 32: Snmp Alert

    BMC Configuration User’s Guide 4.2.9 SNMP Alert This screen displays and sets the alert by SNMP from BMC.
  • Page 33 BMC Configuration User’s Guide Item Description Default Value SNMP Alert SNMP Alert setting Alert*1 Select Enable/Disable of SNMP Alert. Disable Computer Name Set the Computer Name. *2 Blank Community Name Set the Community Name. *2 public Alert Process Select One Alert Receiver/All Alert Receiver of Alert One Alert Receiver Process.
  • Page 34: System Operation

    BMC Configuration User’s Guide 4.2.10 System Operation This screen displays and sets the Remote KVM console and the Remote Media.
  • Page 35 BMC Configuration User’s Guide Item Description Default Value Remote KVM Console Remote KVM Console setting Encryption Select Enable/Disable of Encryption. Enable Port (No Encryption) Set the Remote KVM Console Port when Encryption 7578 is enabled. *1 Port (Encryption) Set the Remote KVM Console Port when Encryption 7582 is disabled.
  • Page 36 BMC Configuration User’s Guide 4.2.11 This screen displays and sets the items concerning the power consumption and the system load.  In the case of EXPRESSSCOPE Engine 3 Item Description Default Value Aggressive Mode Aggressive Mode brings system power (Critical Power Cap) consumption under the specified upper limit threshold.
  • Page 37 BMC Configuration User’s Guide Item Description Default Value Non- Aggressive Mode Non-Aggressive Mode brings the system power (Non-Critical Power Cap) consumption under the specified upper limit threshold without extremely decreasing system performance. This function reduces power consumption by changing only CPU clock in order to reduce the deterioration of the system performance compared with Aggressive Mode.
  • Page 38 BMC Configuration User’s Guide *7: It is not displayed when the system does not support this function. *8: It is possible to set when Boot Time Configuration is "Enable". *9: The range and value is different according to the system. CHECK: ...
  • Page 39 BMC Configuration User’s Guide Item Description Default Value Correction time limit Set the maximum time to take corrective actions in order to bring the system power consumption back to the specified Power Threshold(Pn) before generating System Event Log and sending alert. The range is from 1 to 600.[Sec] *5 ECO Info.
  • Page 40: Eco Information

    BMC Configuration User’s Guide 4.2.12 ECO Information This screen displays the reference value and the statistics value of the managed server according to its HW configuration and system load. The display format is different according to the system.  In the case of EXPRESSSCOPE Engine 3...
  • Page 41 BMC Configuration User’s Guide Item Description Maximum Configuration *1 An available maximum configuration in the model. During Operation At system high load. Idle When only power supply ON. Minimum Configuration *1 An available minimum configuration in the model. During Operation At system high load.
  • Page 42 BMC Configuration User’s Guide  In the case of EXPRESSSCOPE Engine SP3 Item Description Maximum Power Consumption *1 Maximum system power consumption. Minimum Power Consumption *1 Maximum system power consumption. Power The power consumption of the managed server is displayed. Current Present power consumption.
  • Page 43: Control

    BMC Configuration User’s Guide 4.2.13 Control Control the managed server. This setting is applied at the next booting time of the managed server. This setting does not exist in the case of EXPRESSSCOPE Engine SP3. Item Description Default Value One Time Boot Device One Time Boot Device setting Boot Device *1 Select the Device used at next boot.
  • Page 44: Miscellaneous

    BMC Configuration User’s Guide 4.2.14 Miscellaneous This screen displays and sets the various functions of BMC. Item Description Default Value SEL setting Behavior when Select the Behavior when SEL repository is full. *1 Stop logging SEL repository is full Stop logging SEL : SEL is not recorded any more.
  • Page 45 *4: "Enable" and "Disable" of the report function from BMC are set. It makes SNMP Alert be impossible when it sets to "Disable". *5: When BMC can be managed directly from NEC ESMPRO Manager (Ver.5.4 or later), it must be set to "Enable". If it sets to "Enable", Authentication Key also must be set.
  • Page 46: Extended Functionality

    BMC Configuration User’s Guide 4.2.15 Extended Functionality This screen displays and sets the extended functions. This setting only exists in the case of EXPRESSSCOPE Engine SP3. Please refer to the User's Guide of the managed server for details of the item.
  • Page 47 BMC Configuration User’s Guide Item Description Default Value Cooling Cooling function setting BBU(*1) on PCI Slot Select the cooling function of the BBU(*1). Not -Installed Not -Installed Installed Fault Handling Fault Handling function setting Degraded Server Boot Select the Degraded Server Boot Policy. Not-Boot Policy Boot...
  • Page 48: Bios Configuration

    BMC Configuration User’s Guide BIOS Configuration This screen displays and sets System BIOS settings of the server. Please refer to the User's Guide of the managed server for details of the item. This setting is applied at the next booting time of the managed server.
  • Page 49 BMC Configuration User’s Guide Item Description Default Value *1 Basic Configuration Basic Configuration setting POST Error Pause Select Enable/Disable of POST Error Pause. Enable Memory Error *2 Select Halt/Boot of Memory Error. Boot CLI Setup *2 Select Enable/Disable of CLI Setup. Disable Standby Power Save *2 Select Enable/Disable of Standby Power Save.
  • Page 50: Battery Configuration

    BMC Configuration User’s Guide Battery Configuration If the managed server is equipped with a battery, you can check and configure the information of the battery. CHECK:  Battery Configuration is not displayed if the managed server is not equipped with a battery. ...
  • Page 51 BMC Configuration User’s Guide Item Description Voltage The measured voltage[mV] of the battery pack is displayed. *1 Current The measured current [mA] of the battery pack is displayed. *1 Manufacturer Name The manufacturer name of the battery pack is displayed. *1 Model Name The model name of the battery pack is displayed.
  • Page 52: Battery Controller Information

    BMC Configuration User’s Guide 4.4.2 Battery Controller Information This screen displays the various information of the battery controller. Item Description Battery Controller Information Displays the information of the Battery Controller. Manufacturer Name The manufacturer name of the battery controller is displayed. Device Name The device name of the battery controller is displayed.
  • Page 53: Battery Controller Configuration

    BMC Configuration User’s Guide 4.4.3 Battery Controller Configuration This screen displays and sets the various functions of the battery controller. Item Description Default Value Battery Controller Configuration Battery Controller setting Shutdown at power lost Select Enable/Disable of the ability to shutdown Disable at the power failure.
  • Page 54: Backup

    BMC Configuration User’s Guide Backup Back up the configurations to files. Select the backup target and click [OK]. This function does not exist in the case of EXPRESSSCOPE Engine SP3. Item Description File Locations Set the location of backup files. Folder The preservation folder of the file is displayed.
  • Page 55: Restore

    BMC Configuration User’s Guide Restore Restore the configurations from files. Select the restore target and click [OK]. This function does not exist in the case of EXPRESSSCOPE Engine SP3. Item Description File Locations Set the locations of files. Folder The preservation folder of the file is displayed. Browse It changes the preservation folder.
  • Page 56: Clear Bmc Sel

    BMC Configuration User’s Guide Clear BMC SEL If you select "Clear BMC SEL" on the menu of BMC Configuration, you can clear all records of System Event Log. BMC Configuration Initialization If you select "BMC Configuration Initialization" on the starting screen, you can restore all of BMC Configuration parameters to the default settings except for the part.
  • Page 57: Monitoring

    BMC Configuration User’s Guide 4.10 Monitoring This chapter explains "Monitoring" items. Refer to set more detailed settings. This setting only exists in the case of EXPRESSSCOPE Engine SP3 and the managed server supports this function. CHECK:  This setting item does not exist in Linux and Off-line TOOL. 4.10.1 This screen displays and sets the Monitor System Hangs.
  • Page 58: Shutdown

    BMC Configuration User’s Guide 4.10.2 Shutdown This screen displays and sets the Monitor Shutdown Hangs. Item Description Monitor Shutdown Hangs Shutdown monitoring setting Timeout Set the timeout period of monitoring. Action at timeout Select the action at timeout. None Action after timeout Select the action after timeout.
  • Page 59: Functions For Ft Server

    BMC Configuration User’s Guide Functions for ft Server This chapter describes the functions of BMC Configuration of if you use ft Server. Please refer to chapter 4 when you use a standard server. Start procedure 5.1.1 On Windows After the installation is completed, do the following operation as Administrator to open the main dialog box of BMC Configuration.
  • Page 60: On Off-Line Tool

    BMC Configuration User’s Guide 5.1.2 On Off-line TOOL You can start the Off-line TOOL as follows. (1) The following message is displayed on the bottom of POST screen. Press<F2> SETUP, <F4> ROM Utility, <F12> Network (2) Press F4 key on this screen. If F4 key is entered, Keyboard type selection screen is displayed after POST screen, and the Off-line TOOL menu is displayed after selecting keyboard type.
  • Page 61: Bmc Configuration Setting

    BMC Configuration User’s Guide BMC Configuration Setting This chapter explains all the BMC Configuration information items. Refer to set more detailed settings. Explain the settings with the screen of BMC Configuration for Windows. "Network" and "Service" are different settings for CPU/IO module0 and CPU/IO module1. Otherwise, they are common settings for CPU/IO module0 and CPU/IO module1.
  • Page 62 BMC Configuration User’s Guide Item Description Default Value Management LAN Management LAN setting Management LAN port to communicate with BMC is displayed. *1 Management LAN Connection Type Set and display the connection type of managed server. Auto Negotiation Auto Negotiation : Connecting by suitable setting.
  • Page 63 BMC Configuration User’s Guide Item Description Default Value Host Name Set the Host Name. *5 *6 Blank Domain Name Set the Domain Name. *6 Blank Access Limitation Access Limitation setting Access Select the Access Limitation Type. Allow All Limitation Type Allow All : Access to BMC is not limited.
  • Page 64: Service

    BMC Configuration User’s Guide 5.2.2 Service This screen displays and sets the list of the service of BMC. Item Description Default Value Web Server Web Server setting HTTP Select Enable/Disable of HTTP. *1 Enable HTTP Port Set the HTTP Port. *2 *3 HTTPS Select Enable/Disable of HTTPS.
  • Page 65: User Account

    BMC Configuration User’s Guide 5.2.3 User Account This screen displays and sets the users who use BMC. It is possible to register up to 12 users or less. Item Description User Account Displays a list of registered users. The number allocated to user is displayed. User Name The user name is displayed.
  • Page 66: User

    BMC Configuration User’s Guide 5.2.4 User This screen sets the selected user. Item Description Default Value User User setting User Select Enable/Disable of User. *1 Enable User Name Set the User Name. *2 Blank Password Set the Password of the User. *3 Blank Confirm Password Set same character string as the Password.
  • Page 67: Active Directory

    BMC Configuration User’s Guide 5.2.5 Active Directory This screen displays and sets the Active Directory. Item Description Default Value Active Directory Active Directory setting Active Directory Select Enable/Disable of Active Directory Authentication. Disable Authentication User Domain Name Set the user domain name used by Active Directory Blank Authentication.
  • Page 68 BMC Configuration User’s Guide Item Description Group *1 Displays a list of registered groups. The number allocated to group is displayed. Group Name The group name is displayed. Group Domain The domain name of Active Directory is displayed. Privilege The privilege of the group is displayed. Edit *1 Add or change group information.
  • Page 69: Group

    BMC Configuration User’s Guide 5.2.6 Group This screen sets the selected group. Item Description Default Value Group Group setting Group Name Set the Group Name. *1 Blank Group Domain Set the Group Domain Name. *2 Blank Privilege Select the privilege of the Group. Administrator Administrator Operator...
  • Page 70: Ldap

    BMC Configuration User’s Guide 5.2.7 LDAP This screen displays and sets the LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol). Item Description Default Value LDAP LDAP setting LDAP Authentication Select Enable/Disable of LDAP Authentication. Disable IP Address Set the IP Address. *1 0.0.0.0 Port Set the LDAP Port.
  • Page 71: Mail Alert

    BMC Configuration User’s Guide 5.2.8 Mail Alert This screen displays and sets the alert by E-mail from BMC.
  • Page 72 BMC Configuration User’s Guide Item Description Default Value Mail Alert Mail Alert setting Alert Select Enable/Disable of Mail Alert. Disable Response time of SMTP Set the timeout period until when the connection to server SMTP server succeed by E-mail transmission. Mail Mail Header setting To:1...
  • Page 73: Snmp Alert

    BMC Configuration User’s Guide 5.2.9 SNMP Alert This screen displays and sets the alert by SNMP from BMC.
  • Page 74 BMC Configuration User’s Guide Item Description Default Value SNMP Alert SNMP Alert setting Alert*1 Select Enable/Disable of SNMP Alert. Disable Computer Name Set the Computer Name. *2 Blank Community Name Set the Community Name. *2 public Alert Process Select One Alert Receiver/All Alert Receiver of Alert One Alert Receiver Process.
  • Page 75: System Operation

    BMC Configuration User’s Guide 5.2.10 System Operation This screen displays and sets the Remote KVM console and the Remote Media.
  • Page 76 BMC Configuration User’s Guide Item Description Default Value Remote KVM Console Remote KVM Console setting Encryption Select Enable/Disable of Encryption. Enable Port (No Encryption) Set the Remote KVM Console Port when Encryption 7578 is enabled. *1 Port (Encryption) Set the Remote KVM Console Port when Encryption 7582 is disabled.
  • Page 77: Control

    BMC Configuration User’s Guide 5.2.11 Control Control the managed server. This setting is applied at the next booting time of the managed server. Item Description Default Value One Time Boot Device One Time Boot Device setting Boot Device *1 Select the Device used at next boot. No Change *1: The Boot Devices are as follows: Boot Device...
  • Page 78: Miscellaneous

    BMC Configuration User’s Guide 5.2.12 Miscellaneous This screen displays and sets the various functions of BMC. Item Description Default Value SEL setting Stop logging SEL Behavior when Select the Behavior when SEL repository is full. *1 repository is full Stop logging SEL : SEL is not recorded any more.
  • Page 79 *3: "Enable" and "Disable" of the report function from BMC are set. It makes SNMP Alert be impossible when it sets to "Disable". *4: When BMC can be managed directly from NEC ESMPRO Manager (Ver.5.61 or later), it must be set to "Enable". If it sets to "Enable", Authentication Key also must be set.
  • Page 80: Backup

    BMC Configuration User’s Guide Backup Back up the system information to files. Select the backup target and click [OK]. Item Description File Locations Set the location of backup files. Folder The preservation folder of the file is displayed. Browse It changes the preservation folder. Backup Target Select the backup target.
  • Page 81: Restore

    BMC Configuration User’s Guide Restore Restore the system information from files. Select the restore target and click [OK]. Item Description File Locations Set the locations of file. Backup File The backup file is displayed. Browse It changes the backup file. Restore Target Select the restore target.
  • Page 82: Bmc Initialization

    BMC Configuration User’s Guide BMC Initialization If you select "BMC Initialization" on Off-line TOOL, you can restore all of BMC Configuration parameters to the default settings except for the part. It will take a few minutes to restart BMC. IMPORTANT: ...
  • Page 83: Start Procedure

    BMC Configuration User’s Guide Functions highly parallel computing server This chapter describes the functions of BMC Configuration of if you use the highly parallel computing server. Please refer to chapter 4 when you use a standard server. Start procedure 6.1.1 On Windows After the installation is completed, do the following operation as Administrator to open the main dialog box of BMC Configuration.
  • Page 84: On Linux

    6.1.2 On Linux After the installation is completed, do the following operation as root user to open the setting function of BMC Configuration. /opt/nec/BMC_Configuration/bmcconf The following screen shows example. TIPS:  Refer to the following to see BMC Configuration help information.
  • Page 85: Esmpro Management

    ESMPRO Management Setting to manage from NEC ESMPRO. Authentication Key Set the Authentication Key. *1 guest *1: It is Authentication key when managing from NEC ESMPRO Manager (Ver.5.65 or later). It is possible to set less than 16 half-size alphanumeric characters.
  • Page 86: Precautions For Use

    If OS does not run on the managed server, BMC send the alert when the specified event happens. After OS runs and NEC ESMPRO Agent starts, BMC does not send the alert even if the event happens, because NEC ESMPRO Agent sends the alert.
  • Page 87: Eco Setting

    "Power Threshold(Pa)" to be specified. -- The following case, ECO settings are not supported and not displayed. "Operating System is Windows Server 2003(R2)." and "NEC ESMPRO Agent is installed." Management LAN setting -- When set to "Shared BMC LAN", the management LAN port is disabled.
  • Page 88 BMC Configuration User’s Guide Revision History 1.00 2011/05/10 Initial edition 1.01 2011/06/24 Adds ECO setting Precautions. Adds Management LAN setting Precautions. Adds required packages by Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server 6 (x64). Changes cover. Corrects writing errors. 1.02 2011/10/14 Changes Mail Alert and ECO setting. Changes ECO setting Precautions.
  • Page 89 BMC Configuration User’s Guide 1.43 2015/05/28 Adds Monitoring setting. Changes Extended Functionality setting. Changes cover, Corrects writing errors.
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