[Linux-PowerEdge] RHEL 5.11 servers failing to update

Brent Kimberley Brent.Kimberley at Durham.ca
Fri Oct 31 13:33:47 CDT 2014

‎I'm sure there is an OID.  You may be able to access the state of the life cycle controller via the iDrac (eg Ssh, ipmi, snmp, etc), from the terminal during reboot, and/or  by booting the secure iso.

31 Oct 2014 12:00:34 -0600
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Subject: Re: [Linux-PowerEdge] RHEL 5.11 servers failing to update
firmware with --yes flag
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How do I tell if the lifecycle controller is disabled? I only use command line - no GUIs?

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