[Poweredgec-tools] C6220 ipmi fan speed raw command?

Arnoud Vermeer arnoud at tumblr.com
Fri Sep 6 05:24:17 CDT 2013


Not the straight answer I was looking for, but with some digging:

For auto:

ipmitool -I lan -H <IPMI-IP> -U root raw 0x30 0x19 0xa0 0x00

Or for manual setting:

ipmitool -I lan -H <IPMI_ADDRESS> -P <IPMI_PASSWORD> -U root raw 0x30 0x19
0x20 0x64

Where the last number is just the percentage in hex.

>>> print hex(int(5))
0x5
>>> print hex(int(25))
0x19
>>> print hex(int(50))
0x32
>>> print hex(int(75))
0x4b
>>> print hex(int(90))
0x5a
>>> print hex(int(100))
0x64


On Thu, Sep 5, 2013 at 3:53 PM, <Michael_Stumpf at dell.com> wrote:

> Dell - Internal Use - Confidential
> get the "bmc" tool from http://poweredge.dell.com .. check out
>
> bmc force_fan_speed
>
> Let me know if you still have issues.
>
>
>
> Michael Stumpf
> System Management & Tools
> Dell | PowerEdge C
>
> From: poweredgec-tools-bounces On Behalf Of Arnoud Vermeer
> Sent: Thursday, September 05, 2013 4:43 AM
> To: poweredgec-tools
> Subject: [Poweredgec-tools] C6220 ipmi fan speed raw command?
>
> Hi,
>
> We've currently switched from C6105's to C6220's. However our command for
> setting fan speeds on the C6105's doesn't work on the C6220's.
>
> The command that doesn't work: ipmitool -I lan -H
> <IPMI_ADDRESS_OF_4TH_NODE> -P <IPMI_PASSWORD_OF_4TH_NODE> -U root raw 0x34
> 0x74 0x01 0x64
>
> Does anybody have a working (raw) command for the C6220?
>
> Arnoud
> Tumblr SRE
>
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