[Linux-PowerEdge] Idrac not accessible

Hamelin, Patrice (SSC/SPC) patrice.hamelin at canada.ca
Wed Dec 18 06:58:15 CST 2019


And what if you stop OMSA daemons?  Does the iDRAC comes back?

From: Linux-PowerEdge <linux-poweredge-bounces at dell.com> on behalf of Werf, C.G. van der (Carel) <C.G.vanderWerf at uu.nl>
Sent: Wednesday, December 18, 2019 7:26 AM
To: 'linux-poweredge at dell.com'
Subject: [Linux-PowerEdge] Idrac not accessible


Does anyone have experience with following scenario.

I have a DELL PE R815 with Idrac express.
OS: Rhel 7.7 with OMSA 9.3.0

When system is powered off, idrac is fully accessible at it's configured IP-address. System can be powered on from idrac.

When system is running, incl the OMSA-daemons, the idrac IP-address is NOT accessible anymore (not even ping echoes).

When system is booted from external usb (for instance Ubuntu18), the idrac stays accessible.

So, my conclusion...there is something wrong with current OS,  presumably with OMSA 9.3.0 kernel-drivers, which reset the idrac interface.

This situation started when OMSA was upgraded from 9.0.1 (init.d-config) to 9.3.1 (systemd-config).

I have a Dell-support call running... but they don't seem to know.

With Regards,

| Carel van der Werf |
| Developer/Administrator ICT-Bèta | Department of Science     | Utrecht University |

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