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Re: [Freeipmi-users] Ipmi-oem : passowrd verification timeout while not
Re: [Freeipmi-users] Ipmi-oem : passowrd verification timeout while not interactive
Fri, 18 May 2012 10:32:38 -0700
I'm not sure why you would have this problem. It should be identical.
Do all of the FreeIPMI tools on your system have this same behavior
(ipmi-sensors, ipmi-fru, etc.) or is it only ipmi-oem?
The 0.7.17.beta2 version is a maintenance branch in Debian that I
presently don't maintain (the last FreeIPMI release in that series in
0.7.16, which I just tried and appears to work). I'm happy to look at
the code, there may have been a simple backporting bug, but can't get
access to their code repo right now.
In the meantime, perhaps you can try one of the newer versions of
FreeIPMI (I released 1.1.5 yesterday). There also appears to be some
newer debian versions too.
On Fri, 2012-05-18 at 01:38 -0700, Nicolas T wrote:
> Dear all,
> I've got troubles with ipmi-oem.
> I would like to script it into a bash script so I have to make in "not
> While in my bash I type the following interactive command :
> ipmi-oem -h 10.10.7.93 -u myipmiuser -P -l User dell get-power-info
> And the password after the prompt, I can get the information below :
> Cumulative Energy Start Time : 12/22/11 - 16:59:49
> Cumulative Energy : 565.25 kWh
> Peak Amp Time : 11/10/11 - 21:15:10
> Peak Amp : 1.00 A
> Peak Watt Time : 11/10/11 - 21:14:30
> Peak Watt : 243 W
> If I try to make in uninteractive, I always get a "ipmi-oem: password
> verification timeout"
> ipmi-oem -h 10.10.7.93 -u myipmiuser -p mypassword -l User dell
> ipmi-oem -h 10.10.7.93 -u myipmiuser --password=mypassword -l User dell
> ipmi-oem -h 10.10.7.93 -u myipmiuser -pmypassword -l User dell
> Is this normal? How should I solve it please.
> I try to get info from a Dell IDRAC6. lanched on debian squeeze with
> ipmi-oem - 0.7.17.beta2
> I've read it on the man page ""password verification timeout" -
> Password verification has timed out. A "password invalid" error (described
> above) or a generic
> "session timeout" (described below) occurred. During this point in
> the protocol it cannot be differentiated which occurred."
> But can't get what i mean!!????!
> Thank you,
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