Configuration/Setup Utility menu choices Адаптер thinkserver Lenovo Rack Server - RS110 (ThinkServer) - Type 6436

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v

   

Devices

 

and

 

I/O

 

Ports

 

Select

 

this

 

choice

 

to

 

view

 

or

 

change

 

assignments

 

for

 

devices

 

and

 

input/output

 

(I/O)

 

ports,

 

to

 

configure

 

remote

 

console

 

redirection,

 

to

 

enable

 

or

 

disable

 

integrated

 

Ethernet

 

controllers

 

and

 

all

 

standard

 

ports

 

(such

 

as

 

serial

 

and

 

USB),

 

and

 

to

 

view

 

the

 

system

 

MAC

 

addresses.

 

If

 

you

 

disable

 

a

 

device,

 

it

 

cannot

 

be

 

configured,

 

and

 

the

 

operating

 

system

 

will

 

not

 

be

 

able

 

to

 

detect

 

it

 

(this

 

is

 

equivalent

 

to

 

disconnecting

 

the

 

device).

 

If

 

you

 

disable

 

the

 

integrated

 

Ethernet

 

controllers

 

and

 

no

 

Ethernet

 

adapter

 

is

 

installed,

 

the

 

server

 

will

 

have

 

no

 

Ethernet

 

capability.

 

For

 

a

 

SATA

 

model,

 

you

 

can

 

also

 

select

 

this

 

choice

 

to

 

view

 

or

 

change

 

the

 

interface

 

mode

 

for

 

a

 

SATA

 

port.

 

To

 

view

 

or

 

change

 

the

 

mode,

 

select

 

Programming

 

Interface

 

for

 

a

 

SATA

 

Port.

 

   

Native

 

mode:

 

Standard

 

PCI

 

resource

 

steering

 

is

 

used.

 

   

Combined

 

mode:

 

Native

 

mode

 

plus

 

legacy

 

mode

 

is

 

used.

 

In

 

legacy

 

mode,

 

standard

 

IDE

 

I/O

 

and

 

IRQ

 

resources

 

(IRQ

 

14

 

and

 

15)

 

are

 

assigned.

This

 

choice

 

is

 

on

 

the

 

full

 

Configuration/Setup

 

Utility

 

menu

 

only.

 

v

   

Date

 

and

 

Time

 

Select

 

this

 

choice

 

to

 

set

 

the

 

date

 

and

 

time

 

in

 

the

 

server,

 

in

 

24-hour

 

format

 

(hour:minute:second).

 

This

 

choice

 

is

 

on

 

the

 

full

 

Configuration/Setup

 

Utility

 

menu

 

only.

 

v

   

System

 

Security

 

Select

 

this

 

choice

 

to

 

set

 

passwords.

 

For

 

more

 

information

 

about

 

passwords,

 

see

 

“Passwords”

 

on

 

page

 

42.

 

This

 

choice

 

is

 

on

 

the

 

full

 

Configuration/Setup

 

Utility

 

menu

 

only.

 

   

Administrator

 

Password

 

Select

 

this

 

choice

 

to

 

set

 

or

 

change

 

an

 

administrator

 

password.

 

An

 

administrator

 

password

 

is

 

intended

 

to

 

be

 

used

 

by

 

a

 

system

 

administrator;

 

it

 

limits

 

access

 

to

 

the

 

full

 

Configuration/Setup

 

Utility

 

menu.

 

If

 

an

 

administrator

 

password

 

is

 

set,

 

the

 

full

 

Configuration/Setup

 

Utility

 

menu

 

is

 

available

 

only

 

if

 

you

 

type

 

the

 

administrator

 

password

 

at

 

the

 

password

 

prompt.

 

For

 

more

 

information,

 

see

 

“Administrator

 

password”

 

on

 

page

 

43.

 

   

Power-on

 

Password

 

Select

 

this

 

choice

 

to

 

set

 

or

 

change

 

a

 

power-on

 

password.

 

For

 

more

 

information,

 

see

 

“Power-on

 

password”

 

on

 

page

 

42.

v

   

Startup

 

Options

 

Select

 

this

 

choice

 

to

 

view

 

or

 

change

 

the

 

startup

 

options,

 

such

 

as

 

the

 

startup

 

sequence,

 

the

 

keyboard

 

NumLock

 

state,

 

the

 

option

 

ROM

 

execution

 

priorities,

 

whether

 

displayless

 

operation

 

is

 

enabled,

 

whether

 

to

 

restart

 

on

 

POST/BIOS

 

error,

 

and

 

other

 

startup

 

considerations.

 

You

 

can

 

also

 

select

 

this

 

choice

 

to

 

enable

 

or

 

disable

 

hard

 

disk

 

drive

 

self-monitoring,

 

analysis,

 

and

 

reporting

 

technology

 

(SMART).

 

Changes

 

in

 

the

 

startup

 

options

 

take

 

effect

 

when

 

you

 

restart

 

the

 

server.

 

Select

 

the

 

option

 

ROM

 

execution-priority

 

choices

 

(Planar

 

PXE/DHCP

 

Priority

 

and

 

PCI

 

Device

 

Boot

 

Priority)

 

to

 

specify

 

the

 

sequence

 

in

 

which

 

channels

 

are

 

checked

 

during

 

startup

 

to

 

load

 

and

 

execute

 

the

 

ROMs

 

for

 

optional

 

devices.

 

This

 

enables

 

you

 

to

 

tailor

 

the

 

ROM

 

load-and-execution

 

sequence

 

for

 

maximum

 

efficiency.

 

Planar

 

PXE/DHCP

 

Priority

 

specifies

 

the

 

priority

 

of

 

network-related

 

ROMs

 

relative

 

to

 

local

 

PCI

 

device

 

ROMs;

 

PCI

 

Device

 

Boot

 

Priority

 

specifies

 

the

 

priority

 

of

 

ROMs

 

for

 

devices

 

connected

 

to

 

the

 

SAS/SATA

 

controller

 

on

 

the

 

system

 

board

 

and

 

to

 

adapters

 

in

 

expansion

 

slots

 

1

 

and

 

2.

 

The

 

startup

 

sequence

 

specifies

 

the

 

order

 

in

 

which

 

the

 

server

 

checks

 

devices

 

to

 

find

 

a

 

boot

 

record.

 

The

 

server

 

starts

 

from

 

the

 

first

 

boot

 

record

 

that

 

it

 

finds.

 

For

 

 

Chapter

 

3.

 

Configuring

 

the

 

server

 

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