[Linux-PowerEdge] Check for firmware staged to Lifecycle Controller

Santosh_Gore at Dell.com Santosh_Gore at Dell.com
Mon Aug 29 01:16:41 CDT 2016

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Thanks for reporting an issue. Please provide us detailed steps to reproduce issue in our lab.

What is installed iDRAC and Lifecycle Controller version?

What is platform name?

Which tool you used to stage the firmware's?



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Does anyone know if there's a way to tell if the Lifecycle Controller will try apply firmware on next reboot? We've had a few situations where firmware updates were staged, but for whatever reason only some of them were applied during a scheduled reboot. Then another reboot some time later there is more applied when we don't expect it. Perhaps a command to query the LC for any scheduled jobs?


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