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NEC Express Server
Express5800 Series
Express5800/R320c-E4
Model Number: N8800-173F, EXP320P
Express5800/R320c-M4
Model Number: N8800-174F, EXP320Q
Installation Guide (Linux)
Chapter 1 Installing Operating System
Chapter 2 Installing Bundled Software
30.104.01-103.01
September 2014, First Edition
© NEC Corporation 2014

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  • Page 1 NEC Express Server Express5800 Series Express5800/R320c-E4 Model Number: N8800-173F, EXP320P Express5800/R320c-M4 Model Number: N8800-174F, EXP320Q Installation Guide (Linux) Chapter 1 Installing Operating System Chapter 2 Installing Bundled Software 30.104.01-103.01 September 2014, First Edition © NEC Corporation 2014...
  • Page 2: Documents For This Product

    Configure hardware and setup management tool associated with Upgrading the System hardware Chapter 3: Useful Features Useful features and the detail of system BIOS settings, SAS Configuration Utility, and EXPRESSBUILDER Other documents Provides the detail of NEC ESMPRO and the other features. Express5800/R320c-E4, R320c-M4 Installation Guide (Linux)
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    2.2.6 Installing ft Server Control Software ..................43 2.2.7 Before installing NEC ESMPRO Agent..................44 2.2.8 Installing NEC ESMPRO Agent ....................46 2.2.9 Setting required after installing NEC ESMPRO Agent ............. 47 2.3 Duplex LAN Configuration ........................48 2.3.1 Network Configuration ......................48 2.3.2 Setting Duplex LAN Configuration ...................
  • Page 4 2.12.1 Processing detail of initial configuration script ............... 68 Chapter 2 Installing Bundled Software ......................69 1. Bundled Software for the Server ........................70 1.1 NEC ESMPRO Agent (Linux) ....................... 70 2. Bundled Software for "PC for Management" ....................71 2.1 NEC ESMPRO Manager ........................71...
  • Page 5: Notations Used In This Document

    Notations Used in This Document Notations Used in This Document Notations used in the text In addition to safety-related symbols urging caution, three other types of notations are used in this document. These notations have the following meanings. Important Indicates critical items that must be followed when handling the hardware or operating software.
  • Page 6: Abbreviations Of Operating Systems (Linux)

    Notations Used in This Document Abbreviations of Operating Systems (Linux) Linux Operating Systems are referred to as follows. See Chapter 1 (1.1 Supported Linux OS) for detailed information. Notations in this document Official names of Linux Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Server Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Server (x86_64) POST POST described in this document refers to the following.
  • Page 7: Trademarks

    Trademarks Trademarks EXPRESSSCOPE and ExpressUpdate are registered trademark of NEC Corporation. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Server, Windows Vista, and MS-DOS are registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries. Intel, Pentium, and Xeon are registered trademarks of Intel Corporation of the United States.
  • Page 8: Regulatory Notices

    BSMI Statement Korean KC Standards Registration NO. : KCC--REM-NEC-EXP320Q Basic Model Number : EXP320Q Trade Name or Registrant : NEC CORPORATION Equipment Name : FT Server Manufacturer : NEC CORPORATION Turkish RoHS information relevant for Turkish market EEE Yönetmeliğine Uygundur.
  • Page 9 Regulatory Notices Japan <本装置の利用目的について> 本製品は、高速処理が可能であるため、高性能コンピュータの平和的利用に関する日本政 府の指導対象になっております。 ご使用に際しましては、下記の点につきご注意いただけますよう、よろしくお願いいたし ます。 本製品は不法侵入、盗難等の危険がない場所に設置してください。 パスワード等により適切なアクセス管理をお願いいたします。 大量破壊兵器およびミサイルの開発、ならびに製造等に関わる不正なアクセスが行われる おそれがある場合には、事前に弊社相談窓口までご連絡ください。 不正使用が発覚した場合には、速やかに弊社相談窓口までご連絡ください。 弊社相談窓口 ファーストコンタクトセンター 電話番号 03-3455-5800 注 意 この装置は、クラスA情報技術装置です。この装置を家庭環境で使用すると電波妨害を引 き起こすことがあります。この場合には使用者が適切な対策を講ずるよう要求されること があります。 VCCI-A 高調波適合品 この装置は、高調波電流規格 JIS C 61000-3-2 適合品です。 :JIS C 61000-3-2 適合品とは、日本工業規格「電磁両立性-第 3-2 部:限度値-高調波電流発生限度値(1 相 当たりの入力電流が 20A 以下の機器)」に基づき、商用電力系統の高調波環境目標レベルに適合して設計・製 造した製品です。 回線への接続について...
  • Page 10 Regulatory Notices the Ukraine Declaration of Conformity English with the requirements of Technical Regulation on the Restriction Of the use of certain Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment (adopted by Order №1057 of Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine) The Product is in conformity with the requirements of Technical Regulation on the Restriction Of the use of certain Hazardous Substances in electrical and electronic equipment (TR on RoHS).
  • Page 11 Regulatory Notices Декларация о Соответствии Russian Требованиям Технического Регламента об Ограничении Использования некоторых Вредных Веществ в электрическом и электронном оборудовании (утверждённого Постановлением №1057 Кабинета Министров Украины) Изделие соответствует требованиям Технического Регламента об Ограничении Использования некоторых Вредных Веществ в электрическом и электронном оборудовании...
  • Page 12: Warnings And Additions To This Document

    This document is subject to change at any time without notice. Do not make copies or alter the document content without permission from NEC Corporation. If you have any concerns, or discover errors or omissions in this document, contact your sales representative.
  • Page 13: Chapter 1 Installing Operating System

    NEC Express5800 Series Express5800/R320c-E4, R320c-M4 Installing Operating System This chapter describes how to install an operating system. Read through this chapter to set up the system correctly. 1. Before Starting Setup Describes overview of setup and precautions on installing an OS.
  • Page 14: Before Starting Setup

    Chapter 1 Installing Operating System 1. Before Starting Setup Before Starting Setup This section describes overview of setup and precautions on installing an OS. Supported Linux OS The server supports the following Linux OS. Name of Linux OS Supported − Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 (x86) Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 *1 ...
  • Page 15: Setting Up Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Server

    Chapter 1 Installing Operating System 2. Setting up Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Server Setting up Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Server This section describes how to install Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Server. Before starting setup with OS standard installer 2.1.1 Preparation for hardware The following steps are required to prepare for re-installing an OS (setup with OS standard installer): If the POWER LED on CPU/IO module is on, shutdown the OS.
  • Page 16 Chapter 1 Installing Operating System 2. Setting up Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Server Prepare for setup on CPU/IO modules 0 and 1. The location of components that are required for setup or confirmation is as shown in the figure below. Install one hard disk drive in CPU/IO module 0 and another one in CPU/IO module 1.
  • Page 17: Disabling Os Boot Monitoring Feature

    POWER switch After a while, the "NEC" logo will appear on the screen. While the "NEC" logo is displayed on the screen, the server performs a power-on self test Tips (POST) to check itself. OS starts upon completion of POST.
  • Page 18 Chapter 1 Installing Operating System 2. Setting up Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Server When POST proceeds, the following message appears at lower left of the screen. Press <F2> SETUP, ... (The on-screen message depends on your system environment.) If you press <F2>, SETUP will start after POST, and the Main menu appears. (You can also start SETUP by pressing <F2>...
  • Page 19 Chapter 1 Installing Operating System 2. Setting up Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Server Move the cursor onto Save & Exit, the Save & Exit menu appears. Select Save changes and Exit. On the confirmation window shown below, select Yes to save parameters and exit SETUP. System reboots when SETUP completes.
  • Page 20: Preparation For Software

    Chapter 1 Installing Operating System 2. Setting up Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Server 2.1.3 Preparation for software Prepare the following items before starting setup with OS standard installer. Requirements for Setup • To be obtained from Red Hat, Inc. –...
  • Page 21: Setup With Os Standard Installed (Linux Manual Setup)

    2.2.6 Installing ft Server Control Software 2.2.7 Before installing NEC ESMPRO Agent 2.2.8 Installing NEC ESMPRO Agent 2.2.9 Setting required after installing NEC ESMPRO Agent 2.3 Duplex LAN Configuration 2.4 Dual Disk Configuration 2.5 Connecting Optional Device (LAN, SAS, FC Card) 2.6 Creating Volume...
  • Page 22: Installing Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.5

    Chapter 1 Installing Operating System 2. Setting up Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Server 2.2.2 Installing Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.5 In this server, all the internal hard disk drives must be configured as RAID1 by software. RAID1 is composed of pairs of hard disk drives installed in the same slot number of CPU/IO modules 0 and 1.
  • Page 23 Chapter 1 Installing Operating System 2. Setting up Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Server The Disc Found screen appears. Click [OK] if you need to check the install media, or [Skip] if not. It is recommended to let the media checked to ensure that the install media is health. It Tips takes several minutes to several tens of minutes to check the media.
  • Page 24 Chapter 1 Installing Operating System 2. Setting up Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Server 10. Keyboard selection screen appears. Select the appropriate keyboard and click [Next]. 11. The screen to select a storage device for installing an OS. Select [Basic Storage Devices], and click [Next].
  • Page 25 Chapter 1 Installing Operating System 2. Setting up Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Server 13. Enter the desired host name, and click [Next]. 14. The screen to select time zone appears. Select the appropriate time zone and click [Next]. Note Ensure to keep [System clock uses UTC] checked.
  • Page 26 Chapter 1 Installing Operating System 2. Setting up Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Server 16. The screen to select partition layout type. Select [Create Custom Layout], and click [Next]. 17. The screen to configure partition is displayed. If any partition information remains, delete all the information.
  • Page 27 Chapter 1 Installing Operating System 2. Setting up Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Server Deleting the partition information Select the device to delete and click [Delete]. The message appears and prompts to confirm the deletion of the selected device. Click [Delete] to delete.
  • Page 28 Chapter 1 Installing Operating System 2. Setting up Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Server Note Device names changes depending on the number of hard disk drives to be mounted. Check the device name of each hard disk drive. Device name Number of hard disk drives Slot number CPU module 0 Slot 0...
  • Page 29 Chapter 1 Installing Operating System 2. Setting up Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Server *1 The partition size actually reserved slightly differs from that shown in the table. *2 We recommend you to save 300 to 500 MB size partition as described above because the latest kernel security and bug fixed should be additionally installed on the /boot partition when using the system continuously.
  • Page 30 Chapter 1 Installing Operating System 2. Setting up Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Server Select [RAID Partition] and click [Create]. Select one drive available and enter the size of it. Click [OK] to add a partition. Express5800/R320c-E4, R320c-M4 Installation Guide (Linux)
  • Page 31 Chapter 1 Installing Operating System 2. Setting up Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Server Add a partition for the other drive by following the same steps. Specify the same size as that of the previously added partition. Verify that two RAID partitions are now created. Click [Create]. Select [RAID Device] and click [Create].
  • Page 32 Chapter 1 Installing Operating System 2. Setting up Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Server Verify that RAID device is created. Create the necessary RAID devices with the same steps. Verify that all necessary partitions are created. Click [Next] to proceed if there is no problem. Express5800/R320c-E4, R320c-M4 Installation Guide (Linux)
  • Page 33 Chapter 1 Installing Operating System 2. Setting up Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Server Click [Write changes to disk]. 19. The screen to configure boot loader appears. Click [Next]. Express5800/R320c-E4, R320c-M4 Installation Guide (Linux)
  • Page 34 Chapter 1 Installing Operating System 2. Setting up Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Server 20. The screen to select package set appears. Select [Customize now], and click [Next] to proceed. Note The ft Server Control Software does not support the package set "Virtualization Host". The following add-ins are not supported.
  • Page 35 Chapter 1 Installing Operating System 2. Setting up Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Server 21. The detailed package group screen appears.  Select a package group marked with in the table below. Base System Backup Client ※1  Base  Compatibility libraries ...
  • Page 36 Chapter 1 Installing Operating System 2. Setting up Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Server Servers ※4  Backup Server  CIFS file server Directory Sever  ※5 E-mail server  FTP server Identity Management Server  NFS file server  ※6 Network Infrastructure Server Network Storage Server...
  • Page 37 Chapter 1 Installing Operating System 2. Setting up Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Server System Management Messaging Client Support  SNMP Support System Management Web-Based Enterprise Management Virtualization Virtualization Virtualization Client Virtualization Platform Virtualization Tools Desktops  ※8 Desktop Desktop Debugging and Performance Tools ...
  • Page 38 Chapter 1 Installing Operating System 2. Setting up Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Server Applications Emacs Graphics Creation Tools  Internet Browser TeX support  Technical Writing Development  Additional Development  Desktop Platform Development  Development tools Eclipse  Server Platform Development 22.
  • Page 39 Chapter 1 Installing Operating System 2. Setting up Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Server 23. When the following screen appears, remove the install media, and click [Reboot]. The system restarts. 24. If the package group of "X Window System" and "Desktop" is selected and installed, the Setup Agent starts at the first time.
  • Page 40: Installing Packages

    Take the steps below to install packages in ft Server Control Software and NEC ESMPRO Agent. Login the system with root user. If you login with graphical mode, select [Others...] to login.
  • Page 41: Applying Initial Configuration Script

    Chapter 1 Installing Operating System 2. Setting up Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Server 2.2.4 Applying Initial Configuration Script In this section, description is based on the assumption that the optical disk drive has been Tips mounted automatically. If the optical disk drive is not mounted automatically depending on your environment, mount it on the desired location manually.
  • Page 42: Updating Packages

    Chapter 1 Installing Operating System 2. Setting up Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Server 2.2.5 Updating packages Follow the steps below to update packages. Store the package you have downloaded from Red Hat Network in the desired directory, and go to that directory.
  • Page 43: Installing Ft Server Control Software

    Chapter 1 Installing Operating System 2. Setting up Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Server 2.2.6 Installing ft Server Control Software In this section, description is based on the assumption that the optical disk drive has been Tips mounted automatically. If the optical disk drive is not mounted automatically depending on your environment, mount it on the desired location manually.
  • Page 44: Before Installing Nec Esmpro Agent

    ESMPRO MIB, and restart snmpd. If these features are not used, the community privilege can be "read". When NEC ESMPRO Agent is installed by using rpm command, it adds the following information to snmpd. conf to cope with SNMP request from ESMPRO MIB and Ethernet Like MIB.
  • Page 45 Chapter 1 Installing Operating System 2. Setting up Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Server Confirm the setting of run level 3, 5 in snmpd. # /sbin/chkconfig --list snmpd snmpd 0:off 1:off 2:off 3:off 4:off 5:off 6:off on: No need to change setting of snmpd. off: Change setting of snmpd, and restart snmpd.
  • Page 46: Installing Nec Esmpro Agent

    Insert the ft Server Control Software Install CD into optical disk drive of the server, and mount it by running the following command. # mount -r -t iso9660 /dev/scd0 /media Move to the directory where NEC ESMPRO Agent is stored, and execute install script. # cd /media/esmpro_sa/ # rpm -ivh Esmpro-* Remove the ft Server Control Software Install CD from optical disk drive of the server.
  • Page 47: Setting Required After Installing Nec Esmpro Agent

    2. Setting up Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Server 2.2.9 Setting required after installing NEC ESMPRO Agent NEC ESMPRO Manager uses the following network port when it monitors the server where NEC ESMPRO Agent is installed. When configuring access control on your server, allow these ports as accessible.
  • Page 48: Duplex Lan Configuration

    Chapter 1 Installing Operating System 2. Setting up Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Server Duplex LAN Configuration The server builds duplex LAN configuration by using onboard and additional LAN adapters. 2.3.1 Network Configuration This server needs to be run with duplex LAN configuration. For duplicating LAN, the mode for bonding is used.
  • Page 49: Setting Duplex Lan Configuration

    Chapter 1 Installing Operating System 2. Setting up Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Server 2.3.2 Setting Duplex LAN Configuration Use vndctl command to configure duplex LAN. Following is an example when configuring the network as shown in <Configuration detail>. For 1G LAN connector, since the dual network is achieved with eth100600 and eth110600 combined as bond0, and eth100601 and eth110601 as bond1 at this point, perform only network configuration (step 2 and after).
  • Page 50 Chapter 1 Installing Operating System 2. Setting up Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Server Run the following command to activate the bonding interface that has been constructed. # vndctl up 5 Run the following command to check if bond2 is configured in slot 5 and the statuses of network interface eth100100 and eth110100 are shown as "DUPLEX".
  • Page 51: Dual Disk Configuration

    Chapter 1 Installing Operating System 2. Setting up Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Server Dual Disk Configuration You can skip this section if hard disk drives in your system have been duplicated. Go to Chapter 1 (2.5 Connecting Optional Device (LAN, SAS, FC Card). •...
  • Page 52 Chapter 1 Installing Operating System 2. Setting up Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Server The actual operation (e.g. mounting a disk) for partition is performed to the RAID device (md) which is configured by software RAID. Use [2 List Internal Disks] of ftdiskadm command to confirm hard disk drive information. # ftdiskadm Command action List RAID Arrays...
  • Page 53 Chapter 1 Installing Operating System 2. Setting up Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Server *1 In ftdiskadm command, slot numbers of the hard disk drive are allocated as shown below. Physical slot number Slot number used in ftdiskadm command Slot 0 (CPU/IO module 0) Slot 1 Slot 1 (CPU/IO module 0) Slot 2...
  • Page 54: Duplicating Hard Disk Drives

    Chapter 1 Installing Operating System 2. Setting up Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Server 2.4.2 Duplicating hard disk drives Use ftdiskadm command to duplicate hard disk drives. The following is a configuration example of duplication of hard disk drives installed in Slot 2 (Slot 1 of CPU/IO module 0) and Slot 10 (Slot 1 of CPU/IO module 1).
  • Page 55 Chapter 1 Installing Operating System 2. Setting up Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Server Select [1 List RAID Arrays] on ftdiskadm to verify the disks are duplicated. # ftdiskadm Command action List RAID Arrays List Internal Disks Make Mirroring Arrays (RAID1) Repair Mirroring Arrays (RAID1) Delete Mirroring Arrays (RAID1)
  • Page 56: Notes On Configuring Hard Disk Drive

    Chapter 1 Installing Operating System 2. Setting up Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Server 2.4.3 Notes on configuring hard disk drive If ftdiskadm is used to configure duplication of hard disk drive, Fast Resync feature is enabled by default. This feature shortens the recovery time of partitions in the hard disk drives when the partitions are isolated from redundant configuration.
  • Page 57 Chapter 1 Installing Operating System 2. Setting up Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Server Run ftdiskadm command and select "1 List RAID Arrays" to check if statuses of md4 and md6 are "DUPLEX" and there is no description in Partition (not mounted). # ftdiskadm Command action List RAID Arrays...
  • Page 58 Chapter 1 Installing Operating System 2. Setting up Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Server Select [1 List RAID Arrays] on ftdiskadm to check if the striping array md8 (RAID device name is automatically assigned) is created, its Status is "ACTIVE", and md4 and md6 are displayed in Member column.
  • Page 59: Connecting Optional Device (Lan, Sas, Fc Card)

    Chapter 1 Installing Operating System 2. Setting up Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Server Connecting Optional Device (LAN, SAS, FC Card) If LAN card, FC card, and internal hard disk drive are additionally installed, they must be duplicated. For how to configure them, see the section below: LAN card: Chapter 1 (2.3 Duplex LAN Configuration) Internal hard disk drive: Chapter 1 (2.4 Dual Disk Configuration) FC card: Chapter 2 (5.7.5 (2) N8803-038 Fibre Channel Board Set) in Maintenance Guide.
  • Page 60: Creating Volume

    Chapter 1 Installing Operating System 2. Setting up Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Server Creating Volume If there is free disk space in the hard disk drive that contains an OS, you can add a volume. In the example below, create a partition of 1024MB in free space of hard disk drive to create RAID1 device md4 in the hard disk drives with OS installed in Slot 1 (slot 0 of CPU/IO module 0) and Slot 9 (slot 0 of CPU/IO module 1).
  • Page 61 Chapter 1 Installing Operating System 2. Setting up Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Server Run fdisk command to check free space in hard disk drive containing an OS. Then create a partition /dev/sda6. Then create a partition /dev/sdi6 of the same size in the same manner. # fdisk /dev/sda Command (m for help): p ----------------------------------------------------- (*1) Disk /dev/sda: 146.5 GB, 146500042752 bytes...
  • Page 62 Chapter 1 Installing Operating System 2. Setting up Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Server Specify the new partition /dev/sda6, /dev/sdi6, and create RAID1 device md4. # mdadm -C /dev/md4 --metadata=1.1 --bitmap=internal --level=1 --raid-devices=2 /dev/sd[ai]6 (Enter 'y' against the message as shown below:) mdadm: /dev/sda6 appears to be part of a raid array: level=raid1 devices=2 ctime=Wed Jul 2 16:47:38 2014...
  • Page 63 Chapter 1 Installing Operating System 2. Setting up Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Server Update /boot image file. # mv /boot/initramfs-'uname -r'.img /boot/initramfs-'uname -r'.img.bak # dracut /boot/initramfs-'uname -r'.img 'uname -r' Run the following command to reboot the system. After reboot, perform Step 6 to check if RAID1 device md4 is displayed.
  • Page 64: Installing Bundled Software For The Server

    Chapter 1 Installing Operating System 2. Setting up Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Server Installing Bundled Software for the Server NEC ESMPRO Manager are contained in EXPRESSBUILDER. Installing bundled software (see Chapter 2) Install the bundled software and configure it according to Chapter 2.
  • Page 65: Backing Up System Information

    Chapter 1 Installing Operating System 2. Setting up Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Server Backing Up System Information It is recommended to write down your system information when you finish system setup. With backup copy of system information, the information and settings that are specific to your server can be restored after the server is repaired.
  • Page 66: Device-Specific Information

    Chapter 1 Installing Operating System 2. Setting up Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Server 2.9.2 Device-specific information Press the <F4> key while the following message is displayed on POST. Press <F2> SETUP, <F4> ROM Utility, <F12> Network Upon completion of POST, keyboard selection menu appears. When you select a keyboard to use, the following menu appears.
  • Page 67: Checking Kernel Version

    Chapter 1 Installing Operating System 2. Setting up Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Server 2.10 Checking Kernel Version The following describes how to check the version of kernel, which is the core of the software achieving fault tolerance. Perform the procedure when you need to check the kernel version of the current system before adding devices to the server.
  • Page 68: Appendix

    If the file is modified while running initial configuration script, the backup file immediately before applying the script is created in the following directory. /opt/nec/setup/backup/rhel6_5_x86_64_nec_setup_<date *1>_<Boot kernel *2> *1 Date when script is executed *2 Boot kernel used when script is executed Depending on an environment where the initial configuration script is to be applied, it may not need to modify the file.
  • Page 69: Chapter 2 Installing Bundled Software

    NEC Express5800 Series Express5800/R320c-E4, R320c-M4 Installing Bundled Software This chapter provides brief explanation of bundled software and how to install them. 1. Bundled Software for the Server Describes the bundled software to be installed in the server system. 2. Bundled Software for "PC for Management"...
  • Page 70: Bundled Software For The Server

    NEC ESMPRO Agent (Linux) is an application used to monitor the server. NEC ESMPRO Agent (Linux) is stored in ft Server Constol Software Install CD. For how to install it, see Chapter 1 (2.2.7 Before installing NEC ESMPRO Agent), (2.2.8 Installing NEC ESMPRO Agent), and (2.2.9 Setting required after installing NEC ESMPRO Agent).
  • Page 71: Bundled Software For "Pc For Management

    NEC ESMPRO Manager remotely controls and monitors the server hardware. To use these features, install the bundled software such as NEC ESMPRO Agent on the server. For details about the system requirements of NEC ESMPRO Manager and how to install it, see "NEC ESMPRO Manager Installation Guide" in EXPRESSBUILDER.

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