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NEC Express Server
Express5800 Series
EXPRESSSCOPE Engine 3
User's Guide
1. Overview
2. Configuring the Host System
3. Configuring a Management PC
4. Networking
5. Using Remote Management
6. Command Line Interface
7. WS-Management (Web Service for Management)
8. Troubleshooting
4th Edition Jun, 2012
© NEC Corporation 2011-2012

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    NEC Express Server Express5800 Series EXPRESSSCOPE Engine 3 User’s Guide 1. Overview 2. Configuring the Host System 3. Configuring a Management PC 4. Networking 5. Using Remote Management 6. Command Line Interface 7. WS-Management (Web Service for Management) 8. Troubleshooting 4th Edition Jun, 2012 ©...

  • Page 2: Trademarks And Patents

    User's Guide, contact the sales agent where you purchased this product. (5) NEC assumes no liability arising from the use of this product, nor any liability for incidental or consequential damages arising from the use of this User's Guide regardless of Item (4).

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Trademarks and Patents..........................2 Notes ................................2 About This User' s Guide ..........................2 Symbols ...............................5 Preface ................................6 1. Overview............................. 7 2. Configuring the Host System ....................8 Default Network Settings ..........................8 Management LAN Settings ..........................9 3. Configuring a Management PC ....................12 Setting your browser ..........................12 Supported browsers...........................12 J2SE Runtime Environment ........................12...

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    State Acquisition ...........................60 Power State acquisition ........................60 Lamp State acquisition ........................60 Interrupt Generation for OS Dump......................62 7. WS-Management (Web Service for Management)..............63 Overview..............................63 Power Control ............................63 Power ON .............................64 Forced Power OFF ..........................64 OS Shutdown............................66 System Reset ............................67 Interrupt Generation for OS Dump......................68 Sensor Information.............................69 Enumeration of All Sensors........................69 Retrieving Specified Sensor........................69...

  • Page 5: Symbols

    SYMBOLS The following symbols are used throughout this manual. Items to be observed or points to be noted when using this product. Notice Items to be checked when using this product or software. Information useful or convenient for you. Example of troubles occurred.

  • Page 6: Preface

    PREFACE The EXPRESSSCOPE Engine 3 enables you to monitor the operating status of the host system (power supplies, fans, temperature and so forth), to operate the host system’s keyboard, video, and mouse (KVM) from a remote console* and to access to CD-ROM/Floppy disk drives on a remote site*.

  • Page 7: Overview

    1. Overview The host system comes standard with the BMC (system management LSI) and a management LAN port dedicated to the BMC. By connecting the management LAN port to your network, you can monitor and control the host system from a remote site via a Web browser and SSH client.

  • Page 8: Configuring The Host System

    2. Configuring the Host System This chapter describes the settings necessary to configure the BMC in the host system. DEFAULT NETWORK SETTINGS The BMC’s default network settings are as follows: IP Address: 192.168.1.1 User Name: Administrator Password: Administrator • Connect the management LAN port to the private network on which the default IP address “192.168.1.1”is reachable.

  • Page 9: Management Lan Settings

    BMC Configuration. • BMC Configuration (On-line Windows/Linux). It is possible to install it from NEC EXPRESSBUILDER of the host system attachment. The item that can be set with each tool is different. Please refer to help of each tool for details of a set item.

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    subnet mask of your management LAN. If DHCP has been used, an automatically obtained subnet mask IP address will appear. (Default setting is 255.255.255.0.) Default Gateway If DHCP is not used to automatically obtain a default gateway IP address, enter the default gateway of your management LAN.

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    The BMC Initialization also deletes the settings for ESMPRO/ ServerManager(a software application bundled for remote management). Be sure to perform a backup for the ESMPRO/ServerManager settings before you change the BMC settings. * In some systems, the default settings are different for DCHP, HTTP, HTTPS, and/or SSH.

  • Page 12: Configuring A Management Pc

    3. Configuring a Management PC This chapter describes the settings necessary for the remote management PC that will be connected to the host system. SETTING YOUR BROWSER Configure the following settings: - Enable SSL. - Allow Java Script execution. - Allow Java execution. - Accept Cookies.

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    If the management PC runs Windows XP, remote media function may not work. You need to apply the latest Service Pack. Notice...

  • Page 14: Networking

    4. Networking TCP/IP PORTS The BMC uses the TCP/IP ports listed below. If you use the BMC in a firewall environment, you need to allocate the port numbers (shown in the right column) to the individual non-block ports. Module name Port # Protocol Direction...

  • Page 15: Using Remote Management

    5. Using Remote Management OVERVIEW The BMC Web Server function allows you to control the host system’s power and KVM from a remote console via a Web browser. Part of the above function is implemented by Java Applet. CONNECTING TO THE WEB SERVER Access the following URL from the Web browser on the remote management PC: http://BMC_HostPort or https://BMC_HostPort The “BMC_HostPort”...

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    If you use Internet Explorer 7(or 8), the following page is displayed and HTTPS connection is blocked. In this case, select "Continue to this website" to continue.

  • Page 17: Login And Logout

    LOGIN AND LOGOUT Login When the login page appears, input the user name and password, and then click [Login]. The display language can be selected to English or Japanese. The online help is displayed. Please input username and password. Secure Mode(HTTPS) or Non Secure Mode(HTTP) can be selected. Please push "Login"...

  • Page 18: Header Menu

    Logout Click “Logout” in the upper right corner of the window. When a confirmation dialog appears, click [OK] to log out. After you log out, you return to the login page. Besides, all the remote device windows that were opened during login will be closed. If the browser is slow during login procedure, please restart your brower or logout.

  • Page 19: Server Panel

    SERVER PANEL The server panel is displayed under a browser after log in. The server panel has following functions. The virtual LCD that displays the state of the host system. The Button to start RemoteKVM/Media The button that minimizes the server panel. The power switch and a lamp of the host system.

  • Page 20: System

    SYSTEM A. The system tab. BMC supported functions are displayed. B. The menu that can be selected in the system tab is displayed. C. Information selected by B is displayed. The screen of "Summary" is displayed in the above-mentioned example. Menu Summary The state of information and BMC of the host system is displayed.

  • Page 21: Remote Access

    REMOTE ACCESS A. The remote access tab. BMC supported functions are displayed. B. The menu that can be selected in the remote access tab is displayed C. Information selected by B is displayed. The screen of "Power Control" is displayed in the above-mentioned example.

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    The host system detects remote media as following devices: • AMI Remote FD • AMI Remote CD/DVD • AMI Remote USB Mem The access lamp comes to remain lighting after it connects it according to the kind of the floppy disk drive of management PC. When the operation into which the resolution on the host system side frequently changes after remote KVM is started, the remote KVM Notice...

  • Page 23: Configuration

    CONFIGURATION A. The configuration tab. BMC supported functions are displayed. B. The menu that can be selected in the configuration tab is displayed C. Information selected by B is displayed. The screen of "ECO" is displayed in the above-mentioned example. Menu Network Set IP address and the service of the BMC and the SSL public key can be made.

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    Power consumption and the throttling situation are displayed. Set to manage the electric power control. Miscellaneous Set to manage from SEL, the access log, AC-LINK, PEF, and the management software. Backup/Restore Backup and Restore each item that was set. System BIOS Some functions of System BIOS can be set.

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    Group Domain Blank Blank Privilege Administrator User LDAP Authentication Disable Disable IP address 0.0.0.0 Blank Port 389 or 639 Search Base Blank Blank Bind Domain Name Blank Blank Bind Password Blank Blank Mail Alert Disable Disable Waiting time for SMTP server's response To:1 Enable...

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    Port (No Encryption) 5120 5120 Port (Encryption) 5124 5124 Aggressive Mode(*1) Disable No change Max Power No change Power Threshold(Pa) Consumption No change Correction time limit No change Shutdown System Disable Non-Aggressive Mode(*2) Disable No change Max Power No change Power Threshold(Pn) Consumption - 10 No change...

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    Example of an E-mail alert: Following contents are sent as E-mail alert. Virtual LCD Message: System Rear FAN4 Lower Non-Critical Event Information: Record ID: 0AA0h Timestamp: 10/13/2011 17:59:23 Severity: Non-critical Description: Fan(Speed) - Error Lower Non-critical - going low Dump: A0 0A 02 FB 26 97 4E 20 00 04 04 43 01 57 FF B6 URL: http://192.168.1.11:80...

  • Page 28: Update

    UPDATE A. The update tab. BMC supported functions are displayed. B. The menu that can be selected in the update tab is displayed C. Information selected by B is displayed. The screen of "BMC Firmware" is displayed in the above-mentioned example. Menu BMC Firmware Update the BMC firmware regardless of power-off/on of the host system.

  • Page 29: Command Line Interface

    6. Command Line Interface OVERVIEW With the BMC Command Line Interface, you can control the host system from a remote SSH client. The BMC supports SSH (Version 2) protocol. CONNECTING TO BMC Access the BMC IP address or DNS host name from SSH client on the remote management To use Command Line Interface, you need to change the configuration of the command line interface (SSH) to be enabled by any of the setting of the Off-line BMC Configuration Tool or On-line...

  • Page 30: Login And Logout

    LOGIN AND LOGOUT Login Enter your user name and password at login prompt. A command prompt will be displayed after login. Also you can login by using public key authentication. The user account is common to the one for a remote management function via web browser.

  • Page 31: Basic Commands

    BASIC COMMANDS This section describes basic commands to use them as the command line interface. These basic commands manage the host system by using the concept of command (verb) and target (Managed Element) proposed by DMTF (Distributed Management Task Force). Each basic command functions to a specified target.

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    help Syntax: help [<options>] [<help topics>] Description: A basic command, <command>, can be specified for the <help topics>. The help command displays the help string for specified basic command when <command> argument is specified. reset Syntax: reset [<options>] [<target>] Description: The reset command performs a hardware reset on the <target>.

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    The show command is used to display information about the target specified by the <target> argument. The command displays the target specified by the <target> as the first line of the information. It displays the current default target in the first line if <target> is not specified.

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    version Syntax: version [<options>] Description: The version command is used to display the version of the command line protocol specification which is supported.

  • Page 35: Remote Control

    REMOTE CONTROL You can perform remote control of the host system at the command prompt. Performing remote control when the operating system is running may cause the loss of data in the host system. Notice The user must have an account as operator or administrator for remote control.

  • Page 36: Remote Console

    Remote Console To start a character-based remote console, enter the following command at the command prompt. start /admin1/system1/textredirectsvc1 To return from the character-based remote console to the command interface session, enter the <ESC>stop keys (<ESC>key, <s>key, <t>key, <o>key and <p>key) during the character-based remote console.

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    To stop the character-based remote console using by other user forcibly, enter the following command at the command prompt. set /admin1/system1/textredirectsvc1/textredirectsap1 EnabledState=6 Please confirm in advance whether it is OK to stop the character-based remote console using by other user forcibly. The user must have an account as administrator for stopping the character-based remote console forcibly.

  • Page 38: Uid Switch Control

    UID Switch Control You can turn on/off the UID (Unit ID) LED on the host system by the virtual UID switch through the command line interface. This function is available only in the host system with UID LED. The user must have an account as administrator for UID Switch Control (turning on or turning off the UID LED) because of using the Notice set command for the UID Switch Control.

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    • The UID LED will blink (flash) when it is controlled by Chassis Identify function of management software such as ESMPRO/ ServerManager. The UID LED will turn on when it is controlled by pushing the UID switch of the host system or using UID switch control function of BMC's web server or command line interface.

  • Page 40: System Event Log

    SYSTEM EVENT LOG You can display system event log and modify setting of the system event log through the command line interface. Viewing system event log To move the current default target to /admin1/system1/log1, enter the following command at the command prompt. cd /admin1/system1/log1 Here, to confirm the total number of system event log records, enter the following command.

  • Page 41: Setting Of System Event Log

    Setting of system event log To move the current default target to /admin1/system1/log1, enter the following command at the command prompt. cd /admin1/system1/log1 The "Properties" section reported by the following command indicates the current setting of system event log. show Enter the following command if you would like to modify a property of the setting of system event log .

  • Page 42: Access Log

    ACCESS LOG You can display, clear, and set the access log for the management LAN. The user must have an account as administrator for clearing and setting the access log. The following are events supported by the Access Log function. •...

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    You can display only access log that corresponded to the specified from following condition. • timestamp Specify the date by the following format: MM/DD/YYYY • user Specify the user name. • ipaddress Specify the IP address on the remote management PC by the following format: XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX •...

  • Page 44: Clearing Access Log

    Access log might not be correctly displayed with timestamp condition about the log of recorded from AC ON to DC ON on host system. Clearing access log To move the current default target to /admin1/sp1/log1/record1, enter the following command at the command prompt. cd /admin1/sp1/log1/record1 Enter the following command, if you would like to clear the access log.

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    means that the access log is disabled. This is the dynamic setting. • oemnec_httplog_enable This specifies whether access log for login/logout of HTTP is enabled. The valid values for this property are "2" and "3". "2" means that the access log is enabled. "3" means that the access log is disabled.

  • Page 46: User Settings

    USER SETTINGS This section describes how to confirm and modify the user account through the command line interface. To move the current default target to an user account target which you would like to confirm or (and) modify, enter the following command at the command prompt. <N> means any value between 1 and 12: Therefore you can select a user account between account1 and account12.

  • Page 47: Network Settings

    NETWORK SETTINGS This section describes how to confirm and modify the network setting for management LAN through the command line interface. To move the current default target to /admin1/sp1/enetport1, enter the following command at the command prompt: cd /admin1/sp1/enetport1 Enter the following command, if you would like to confirm properties of the Ethernet port target which is /admin1/sp1/enetport1.

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    The properties which the access limitation target contains are as follows: • oemnec_allowedaccessips This specifies the IP addresses that permit access to the management LAN. Divide IP address by "," (ex. 192.168.1.2, 192.168.1.2, …) or use asterisk (ex. 192.168.1.*), if you would like to set multiple permit IP address.

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    Followings describe how to confirm and modify the DHCP setting for management LAN through the command line interface. To move the current default target to /admin1/sp1/enetport1/lanendpt1/ipendpt1, enter the following command at the command prompt: cd /admin1/sp1/enetport1/lanendpt1/ipendpt1 Enter the following command, if you would like to confirm properties of the DHCP target which is /admin1/sp1/enetport1/lanendpt1/ipendpt1.

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    • AccessInfo This specifies the IP address of the default gateway for the management LAN. This property is read-only. Followings describe how to confirm and modify the network setting with disabling DHCP for management LAN through the command line interface. To move the current default target to /admin1/sp1/enetport1/lanendpt1/ipendpt1/staticipsettings1, enter the following command at the command prompt: cd /admin1/sp1/enetport1/lanendpt1/ipendpt1/staticipsettings1...

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    set <Property>=<New value> The properties which the HTTP service target contains are as follows: • EnabledState This specifies whether HTTP port is enabled for the management LAN. The valid values for this property are "2" and "3". "2" means that the HTTP port is enabled. "3" means that the HTTP port is disabled.

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    Enter the following command if you would like to modify a property of the SSH service target. set <Property>=<New value> The properties which the SSH service target contains are as follows: • EnabledState This specifies whether SSH port is enabled for the management LAN. The valid values for this property are "2"...

  • Page 53: Power Consumption Control

    POWER CONSUMPTION CONTROL You can control the power consumption of the host system through the command line interface. The user must have an account as administrator for controlling the power consumption. To move the current default target to /admin1/system1, enter the following command at the command prompt: cd /admin1/system1 State confirmation and modification of Power Consumption Control...

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    • oemnec_BootPerformanceOptimized This specifies whether Performance Optimized mode is enabled. This is the dynamic setting. This property is not displayed if oemnec_BootTimeConfig is disabled. • oemnec_BootTimeConfig This specifies whether BootingMode is enabled. This is the dynamic setting. Default value is “disabled”. This property supported by specific product. •...

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    This specifies the value of the power consumption starting he power consumption control. This is the dynamic setting. This property is not displayed if oemnec_AggressiveMode is disabled. • oemnec_AggressiveModeSetablePowerCapvalue (oemnec_setablePowerCapvalue) This specifies the value range of the settable oemnec_AggressiveModeCapvalue. This property is read-only. This property is not displayed if oemnec_AggressiveMode is disabled.

  • Page 56: Confirming System Information

    CONFIRMING SYSTEM INFORMATION This section describes how to confirm the system information (product, BIOS/BMC firmware revision, MAC address of System LAN, CPU, Memory) through the command line interface. The values of the properties for items not supported by the host system is not displayed for the system information.

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    Confirming System BIOS revision You can confirm the System BIOS revision through the command line interface by entering following the basic command at the command prompt. show /admin1/system1/swid1 In this case, the System BIOS revision is appeared at the right side of "VersionString=" string in the "Properties"...

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    For example, enter the following command when you would like to confirm the information of CPU1. show cpu1 The example of displaying information in this case is shown below. ufip=/admin1/system1/cpu1 Properties: EnabledState=enabled oemnec_clock=2660MHz oemnec_validcore=4 oemnec_maxcore=4 oemnec_validthread=8 oemnec_maxthread=8 oemnec_l1cache=256KB oemnec_l2cache=1024KB oemnec_l3cache=8192KB Verbs: exit help...

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    Confirming Memory Information To move the current default target to /admin1/system1, enter the following command at the command prompt. cd /admin1/system1 Here, to confirm all the targets for memory (DIMM), enter the following command at the command prompt. All the memory (DIMM) targets are represented as memory<N> strings at "Targets"...

  • Page 60: Special Extended Commands

    SPECIAL EXTENDED COMMANDS This section describes the special extended command which can do state acquisition (powerstate, lampstate) and interrupt generation for OS dump (nmidump). The special extended commands use the syntaxes different from the basic command's ones. State Acquisition You can acquire the state of the system at the command prompt: Commands to acquire the state are executable in all user levels.

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    Status LED state acquisition Enter the following command at the command prompt: lampstate -statuslamp One of the following responses is returned according to the STATUS LED state. STATUS LED is turned off. green on STATUS LED lights in green. green blink STATUS LED is blinking in green.

  • Page 62: Interrupt Generation For Os Dump

    Interrupt Generation for OS Dump You can execute OS dump by entering following command at the command prompt. nmidump /admin1/system1 The user must have an account as administrator for executing the nmidump command. Notice The above command behavior is equivalent to pressing the DUMP switch on the host system.

  • Page 63: Ws-management (web Service For Management)

    EXPRESSSCOPE Engine 3 implementation of WS-Management complies with the specification, DTMF Web Services for Management 1.0.0. EXPRESSSCOPE Engine 3 is confirmed the WS-Management operation with the following tools that support the WS-Management protocol. • Windows Remote Management (WinRM) 2.0 To use WS-Management, you need to configure HTTPS connection to be enabled.

  • Page 64: Power On

    </wsman:SelectorSet> </wsa:ReferenceParameters> </n1:ManagedElement> </n1:RequestPowerStateChange_INPUT> Please change according to your environment. “IP_ADDRESS” : IP address of EXPRESSSCOPE Engine 3. “USERNAME/PASSWORD”: username/password of EXPRESSSCOPE Engine 3. Forced Power OFF Create the file input-RequestPowerStateChange6.xml and enter the following command, if you use WinRM.

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    <n1:PowerState>6</n1:PowerState> <n1:ManagedElement> <wsa:ReferenceParameters> <wsman:ResourceURI>http://schemas.dmtf.org/wbem/wscim/1/cim-schema/2/ Host_ComputerSystem</wsman:ResourceURI> <wsman:SelectorSet> <wsman:Selector Name='__cimnamespace'>root/cimv2</wsman:Selector> <wsman:Selector Name='CreationClassName'>Host_ComputerSystem</wsman:Selector> <wsman:Selector Name='Name'>Unknown.IPMI BMC DeviceID.32</wsman:Selector> </wsman:SelectorSet> </wsa:ReferenceParameters> </n1:ManagedElement> </n1:RequestPowerStateChange_INPUT> Please change according to your environment. “IP_ADDRESS” : IP address of EXPRESSSCOPE Engine 3. “USERNAME/PASSWORD”: username/password of EXPRESSSCOPE Engine 3.

  • Page 66: Os Shutdown

    Your operating system must be set to shut down when you power off the system. Please change according to your environment. “IP_ADDRESS” : IP address of EXPRESSSCOPE Engine 3. “USERNAME/PASSWORD”: username/password of EXPRESSSCOPE Engine 3.

  • Page 67: System Reset

    <n1:PowerState>10</n1:PowerState> <n1:ManagedElement> <wsa:ReferenceParameters> <wsman:ResourceURI>http://schemas.dmtf.org/wbem/wscim/1/cim-schema/2/ Host_ComputerSystem</wsman:ResourceURI> <wsman:SelectorSet> <wsman:Selector Name='__cimnamespace'>root/cimv2</wsman:Selector> <wsman:Selector Name='CreationClassName'>Host_ComputerSystem</wsman:Selector> <wsman:Selector Name='Name'>Unknown.IPMI BMC DeviceID.32</wsman:Selector> </wsman:SelectorSet> </wsa:ReferenceParameters> </n1:ManagedElement> </n1:RequestPowerStateChange_INPUT> Please change according to your environment. “IP_ADDRESS” : IP address of EXPRESSSCOPE Engine 3. “USERNAME/PASSWORD”: username/password of EXPRESSSCOPE Engine 3.

  • Page 68: Interrupt Generation For Os Dump

    The above command behavior is equivalent to pressing the DUMP switch on the host system. Change according to your environment. “IP_ADDRESS” : IP address of EXPRESSSCOPE Engine 3. “USERNAME/PASSWORD”: username/password of EXPRESSSCOPE Engine 3. Performing interrupt generation for OS dump when the operating system is running may cause the loss of data in the host system.

  • Page 69: Sensor Information

    -username:USERNAME -password:PASSWORD -r:https://IP_ADDRESS/wsman -auth:basic -encoding:utf-8 -skipCAcheck -skipCNcheck -skipRevocationcheck Change according to your environment. “IP_ADDRESS” : IP address of EXPRESSSCOPE Engine 3. “USERNAME/PASSWORD”: username/password of EXPRESSSCOPE Engine 3. Retrieving Specified Sensor You can retrieve the sensor by specifying sensor number.

  • Page 70: Troubleshooting

    In this case, please execute again after shutdown process is finished. For more detail about the Power Monitoring and Power Control Function, please reference the following site. http://www.58support.nec.co.jp/global/download/index.html [Others] - [Technology papers] OTHERS TIPS Should you have troubles while using the BMC for remote control, monitoring, and management of the host system, please first check the system according to the online help to troubleshoot your issue prior to sending it for repair.

  • Page 71: License Notes

    License Notes This product includes open source software programs described below. GNU General Public License • Busybox • Linux Kernel • U-Boot • stunnel GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE Version 2, June 1991 Copyright (C) 1989, 1991 Free Software Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA Everyone is permitted to copy and distribute verbatim copies of this license document, but changing it is not allowed.

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