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together

 

with

 

the

 

BMC

 

Serial

 

Port

 

Access

 

Mode

 

setting,

 

affects

 

serial-related

 

behavior

 

and

 

remote-management

 

capabilities

 

on

 

this

 

server.

 

For

 

more

 

information,

 

see

 

the

 

help

 

for

 

this

 

choice.

 

-

   

BMC

 

Serial

 

Port

 

Access

 

Mode

Select

 

this

 

choice

 

to

 

specify

 

the

 

access

 

mode

 

for

 

the

 

serial

 

port.

 

This

 

choice,

 

together

 

with

 

the

 

System-BMC

 

Serial

 

Port

 

Sharing

 

setting,

 

affects

 

serial-related

 

behavior

 

and

 

remote-management

 

capabilities

 

on

 

this

 

server.

 

For

 

more

 

information,

 

see

 

the

 

help

 

for

 

this

 

choice.

 

-

   

Reboot

 

System

 

on

 

NMI

Select

 

this

 

choice

 

to

 

enable

 

or

 

disable

 

the

 

ability

 

of

 

the

 

server

 

to

 

restart

 

after

 

an

 

NMI

 

interrupt

 

is

 

issued.

 

If

 

the

 

value

 

is

 

Enabled,

 

this

 

setting

 

supersedes

 

the

 

automatic

 

server

 

restart

 

(ASR)

 

setting.

 

-

   

User

 

Account

 

Settings

Select

 

this

 

choice

 

to

 

view

 

the

 

settings

 

for

 

each

 

BMC

 

user

 

ID,

 

change

 

the

 

password

 

for

 

a

 

BMC

 

user

 

ID,

 

and

 

set

 

the

 

maximum

 

BMC

 

privilege

 

level.

 

-

   

BMC

 

Network

 

Configuration

 

Select

 

this

 

choice

 

to

 

view

 

the

 

mini-BMC

 

MAC

 

address,

 

IP

 

address,

 

subnet

 

mask,

 

gateway

 

address,

 

host

 

name,

 

and

 

DHCP

 

control

 

setting.

 

-

   

BMC

 

System

 

Event

 

Log

 

Select

 

this

 

choice

 

to

 

view

 

the

 

BMC

 

system-event

 

log,

 

which

 

contains

 

all

 

system-error

 

messages

 

that

 

have

 

been

 

generated.

 

Use

 

the

 

arrow

 

keys

 

to

 

move

 

among

 

pages

 

in

 

the

 

log.

 

Run

 

the

 

diagnostic

 

programs

 

to

 

get

 

more

 

information

 

about

 

error

 

codes

 

that

 

occur.

 

See

 

the

 

Hardware

 

Maintenance

 

Manual

 

,

 

available

 

on

 

the

 

Lenovo

 

Support

 

Web

 

site,

 

for

 

instructions.

 

To

 

clear

 

the

 

BMC

 

system-event

 

log,

 

select

 

Clear

 

BMC

 

SELs

 

and

 

confirm

 

the

 

selection.

 

The

 

BMC

 

system-event

 

log

 

is

 

limited

 

in

 

size.

 

When

 

the

 

log

 

is

 

full,

 

new

 

entries

 

will

 

not

 

overwrite

 

existing

 

entries;

 

therefore,

 

you

 

must

 

periodically

 

clear

 

the

 

BMC

 

system-event

 

log.

 

When

 

you

 

are

 

troubleshooting

 

an

 

error,

 

be

 

sure

 

to

 

clear

 

the

 

BMC

 

system-event

 

log

 

so

 

that

 

you

 

can

 

find

 

current

 

errors

 

more

 

easily.

   

High

 

Precision

 

Event

 

Timer

Select

 

this

 

choice

 

to

 

enable

 

or

 

disable

 

the

 

high

 

precision

 

event

 

timer

 

(HPET)

 

function.

v

   

Event/Error

 

Logs

 

Select

 

this

 

choice

 

to

 

view

 

or

 

clear

 

error

 

logs.

 

   

System

 

Event/Error

 

Log

 

Select

 

this

 

choice

 

to

 

view

 

the

 

complete

 

log

 

of

 

POST

 

error

 

messages.

 

Use

 

the

 

arrow

 

keys

 

to

 

move

 

among

 

pages

 

in

 

the

 

log.

 

Run

 

the

 

diagnostic

 

programs

 

to

 

get

 

more

 

information

 

about

 

error

 

codes

 

that

 

occur.

 

See

 

the

 

Hardware

 

Maintenance

 

Manual

 

for

 

instructions.

 

To

 

clear

 

the

 

system

 

event/error

 

log,

 

select

 

Clear

 

System

 

Event/Error

 

Log

 

and

 

confirm

 

the

 

selection.

 

The

 

system

 

event/error

 

log

 

is

 

limited

 

in

 

size.

 

When

 

the

 

log

 

is

 

full,

 

new

 

entries

 

will

 

not

 

overwrite

 

existing

 

entries;

 

therefore,

 

you

 

must

 

periodically

 

clear

 

the

 

system

 

event/error

 

log.

 

When

 

you

 

are

 

troubleshooting

 

an

 

error,

 

be

 

sure

 

to

 

clear

 

the

 

system

 

event/error

 

log

 

so

 

that

 

you

 

can

 

find

 

current

 

errors

 

more

 

easily.

 

   

RSA

 

II

 

Event/Error

 

Log

This

 

choice

 

is

 

displayed

 

only

 

when

 

a

 

Remote

 

Supervisor

 

Adapter

 

II

 

SlimLine

 

is

 

installed

 

in

 

the

 

server.

 

 

Chapter

 

3.

 

Configuring

 

the

 

server

 

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