Verify that the BMC is accessible and controllable from a remote node in your cluster using the bmc info command. For example, if node2-ipmi is the network host name assigned the IP address of node2's BMC, then to verify the BMC on node node2 from node1, with the administrator account username, enter the following command on node1:
When using IPMI, MAAS will attempt to automatically detect the correct cipher suite. MAAS tries to find the most secure cipher suite available. Preference order is 17, 3, 8, 12. If auto-detection fails MAAS will fall back to using freeipmi-tool default, 3, which is what previous versions of MAAS use.
The name of the user that MAAS creates in the BMC is controlled by the maas_auto_ipmi_user config setting both for IPMI and Redfish; nothing has changed in this regard with the addition of Redfish support.
Use your keyboard up arrow to display the previous ipmitool command. You can edit previous commands to avoid typing the entire command again. If you need to power off or reboot your system, deactivate the console by running this command:
Intelligent Platform Management Interface (IPMI) is the default console to use when you configure your Power system. If you are using a Linux notebook or PC, use the ipmitool utility. If you are using a Windows notebook or PC, use the ipmiutil utility.
Add iscsi_opc and agent_opc drivers. opc means OpenPOWERcontroller which use petitboot driver as the boot driver and ipminativedriver as the hardware control driver. For example, the iscsi_opc driver willlook like this
This new driver manages the VMs hosted in RHV similar to how other drivers manage physical nodes using BMCs supported by Ironic, such as iRMC, iDrac or iLO. For RHV this is done by interacting with the RHV manager directly to trigger power management actions on the VMs.
* ath9k: fix oops on trying to hold the wrong spinlock * [Bluetooth] Fix double frees on error paths of btusb and bpa10x drivers * [Bluetooth] Add reset quirk for new Targus and Belkin dongles * [Bluetooth] Add reset quirk for A-Link BlueUSB21 dongle * Revert "ax25: Fix std timer socket destroy handling." * ax25: Quick fix for making sure unaccepted sockets get destroyed. * netrom: Fix sock_orphan() use in nr_release * Revert "V4L/DVB (8904): cx88: add missing unlock_kernel" * SLOB: fix bogus ksize calculation * net: only invoke dev->change_rx_flags when device is UP * tcp: Fix possible double-ack w/ user dma * net: Fix netdev_run_todo dead-lock * tcp: Fix tcp_hybla zero congestion window growth with small rho and large cwnd. * [MIPS] Sibyte: Register PIO PATA device only for Swarm and Litte Sur * eeepc-laptop: Fix hwmon interface * hwmon: (it87) Prevent power-off on Shuttle SN68PT * hwmon: Define sysfs interface for energy consumption register * hwmon: (adt7473) Fix some bogosity in documentation file * hwmon: (abituguru3) Enable reading from AUX3 fan on Abit AT8 32X * hwmon: (abituguru3) Enable DMI probing feature on Abit AT8 32X * [CPUFREQ] correct broken links and email addresses * SLOB: fix bogus ksize calculation fix * Don't allow splice() to files opened with O_APPEND * Linux 2.6.27
Typical release note items document recent security advisories issued after8.3-RELEASE, new drivers or hardware support, new commands or options, major bug fixes,or contributed software upgrades. They may also list changes to major ports/packages orrelease engineering practices. Clearly the release notes cannot list every single changemade to FreeBSD between releases; this document focuses primarily on security advisories,user-visible changes, and major architectural improvements.
[amd64, i386] The paravirtualized virtio(4)drivers have been added to GENERIC kernel. They includePCI fontend, net, block, balloon, and scsi drivers. Themodule files are virtio.ko, virtio_pci.ko, if_vtnet.ko, virtio_blk.ko, virtio_balloon.ko, and virtio_scsi.ko,respectively.[r239473, r247907, r247909] 2b1af7f3a8