hans-peter.zahno at unifr.ch
Thu Nov 21 01:42:00 CST 2002
Thanks for your answer. I also thought about using serial console and did some
tests. I followed the 'Remote serial console' Howto and it worked as expected.
But what is not working is the redirection of the BIOS. I have a PE2550 with a
A06 BIOS, enabled console redirection, but it doesn't work!
Can you be a little more precise on how you get the bios redirected? (serial
line settings, etc...)
> Since the bios can redirects to the serial, and you can make the boot
> loader and os redirect to the serial, we don't use the drac cards on our
> systems and just use serial console. The advantage of the drac cards
> comes in when you have a kernel panic and need to power cycle the box. We
> got around this by using remoter powerswitches.
> On Wed, 20 Nov 2002, Hans-Peter Zahno wrote:
> > Hello,
> > Im running RedHat 7.3 on two PE2550 with DRAC II cards. Following the userguide
> > I installed the drac driver and utilites:
> > DRAC-Common-2.4.1-2
> > DRAC-Driver-2.4.1-4
> > I can access and configure drac with racconf. I would like to use my drac through
> > the serial port (vt100) with console redirection and system control.
> > Unfortunately I can't find any documentation on this issue.
> > Does anybody use drac in this way (I don't want to manage my server through some
> > windows machines)? Or, more general, what is the best way to use drac with linux?
> > Or, should I forget drac?
> > Any hints and suggestions are welcome.
> > Thanks
> > Hans-Peter Zahno
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