"command response could not be provided"
rmunsch at solutionsforprogress.com
Tue Jan 2 15:49:34 CST 2007
Krishnaprasad_K at Dell.com wrote:
> Are you using the correct BMC firmware version available .
I'm using whatever firmware it came with when it was bought direct from
Dell. I haven't changed it. Could it need an upgrade?
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> [mailto:linux-poweredge-bounces at dell.com] On Behalf Of Rob Munsch
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> Subject: "command response could not be provided"
> I've gotten the IPMI drivers, ipmitool, and assorted other goodies all
> working on a Poweredge 1750, but half the sensors come up with (very
> verbose) errors, thusly:
> ~# ipmitool sdr
> Basebrd Mgt Ctlr | Static MC @ 20h | ok
> Error reading sensor CPU 1 (#01): Command response could not be provided
> Error reading sensor CPU 2 (#02): Command response could not be provided
> Error reading sensor CPU 3 (#03): Command response could not be provided
> Error reading sensor CPU 4 (#04): Command response could not be provided
> CPU Planar | 32 degrees C | ok
> Ambient | 19 degrees C | ok
> CPU | 1.51 Volts | ok
> Is this a problem with the BMC itself, does it mean those sensors aren't
> present, did i not do this right, all three, or something else..?
> Rob Munsch
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