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After I figured that out, I just pointed to that IP in the browser and re-configured all the static IP settings.While I was at it, I decided to update the BIOS as well. At the time of writing here is the latest version: Checking out the contents of the archive, I saw the following: $ unzip X8DTU2_803Archive: X8DTU2_803creating: X8DTU2.803/ inflating: X8DTU2.803/inflating: X8DTU2.803/inflating: X8DTU2.803/Readme for AMI inflating: X8DTU2.803/X8DTU2.803 Initially I wanted to create a bootable ISO with a size of a floppy image (the process to do that is described here).Here is a link to that site and here is a list of all their images: All the images for CDs and I wanted to get one specific for a USB drive.It probably doesn’t make a difference, but I later ran into Free DOS and they provided an image specifically for a USB Drive. So I backed up my USB drive and then I ran the following to put the Free DOS image on it: $ sudo fdisk -l /dev/sdb Disk /dev/sdb: 8004 MB, 8004304896 bytes, 15633408 sectors Units = sectors of 1 * 512 = 512 bytes Sector size (logical/physical): 512 bytes / 512 bytes I/O size (minimum/optimal): 512 bytes / 512 bytes Disk label type: dos Disk identifier: 0x000615e8 Device Boot Start End Blocks Id System /dev/sdb1 * 1 58593 29296 e W95 FAT16 (LBA) $ sudo rsync -rvz P X8DTU2.803/. sending incremental file list 154432 100% 16.58MB/s (xfer#1, to-check=3/5) Readme for AMI 1170 100% 163.23k B/s (xfer#2, to-check=2/5) X8DTU2.803 4194304 100% 31.25MB/s (xfer#3, to-check=1/5) 112 100% 0.85k B/s (xfer#4, to-check=0/5) sent 1075151 bytes received 88 bytes 2150478.00 bytes/sec total size is 4350018 speedup is 4.05 And that’s it.
Sensor ID : System Temp (0x3) Entity ID : 7.1 Sensor Type (Analog) : Temperature Sensor Reading : 65 ( /- 0) degrees C Status : ok Lower Non-Recoverable : -9.000 Lower Critical : -7.000 Lower Non-Critical : -5.000 Upper Non-Critical : 75.000 Upper Critical : 77.000 Upper Non-Recoverable : 79.000 Assertion Events : Assertions Enabled : lnc- lcr- lnr- unc ucr unr Deassertions Enabled : lnc- lcr- lnr- unc ucr unr Here is what I entered to define the System Temp item in zabbix: After I was done adding all the Fans and Temperatures, I was able to see the graphs: If you want to be able to get discrete values you have to use zabbix 2.1.
The first thing that you’ll need is a working Zabbix instance.
This is somewhat outside the scope of this blog post, and the documentation is fairly good.
I then un-mounted the usb drive, unplugged it from my laptop, and plugged into the Super Micro Server.
I logged into the IPMI Management console and went to the Remote Control tab: Upon clicking Remote Console, I saw the server: I then put the host into maintenance mode and rebooted the server. After it booted from the USB, I saw the following: I then started the BIOS update: After a couple of minutes the BIOS update finished: That should be it.