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Re: [Freeipmi-users] Intel S3420GP invalid integrity check value

From: David Liontooth
Subject: Re: [Freeipmi-users] Intel S3420GP invalid integrity check value
Date: Thu, 19 May 2011 02:15:55 +0200
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On 05/19/2011 01:02 AM, Albert Chu wrote:
Some intel motherboards have a lot of IPMI non-compliance issues.  In
FreeIPMI, I'd suggest trying out some of the workarounds listed in the
manpage.  I currently see 3 Intel motherboards w/ workarounds available:
"intel20", "opensesspriv", and "integritycheckvalue" that could be used
w/ -W. (e.g. -W opensesspriv).
Thanks! As I said, in this case it worked with ipmitool by removing -o intelplus.

This also works:

ipmi-sensors -D lan_2_0 -h bmc-ip -u admin -p pw -W opensesspriv -i
ipmi-fru -D lan_2_0 -h bmc-ip -u admin -p pw -W opensesspriv

Without the workaround, I get "password invalid".

The error messages in ipmi have to be taken with a grain of salt.

Can you set this up with a daemon and e-mail warnings?


What is the freeipmi equivalent to the ipmitool command used above?
In FreeIPMI, lanplus is equal to "IPMI 2.0", so it'd be
--driver-type=lan_2_0, -A is '-a', -H is -h, -U is -u, -P is -p, and -o
is sort of like -W (depending on implementation).

The 'sdr' command in ipmitool most closely resembles FreeIPMI's
ipmi-sensors tool.

Hope that helps,


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