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Applying OA firmware 2.02

 
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Ariel_7
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Applying OA firmware 2.02

Hello,

When applying the firmware for the OA, is it only the OA itself that is rebooted, or the entire enclosure (including the blades themselves)? In other words, are there any disruptions to the blades when applying the OA firmware update?

Thanks!
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Raghuarch
Honored Contributor
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Re: Applying OA firmware 2.02

Hi Ariel,

When you apply the latest Firmware only the OA is rebooted.

Note: Blades are Not rebooted.

No There are no disruptions to the blades when applying the OA firmware update.

Regards,
Raghuarch
Raghuarch
Honored Contributor

Re: Applying OA firmware 2.02

Hi Ariel,

There is a new version of Firmware 2.04.
Please refer to the below link.
http://h18023.www1.hp.com/support/files/server/us/download/27868.html

Regards,
Raguarch
Ariel_7
Advisor

Re: Applying OA firmware 2.02

Thanks so much for the quick response, I appreciate it.

Ariel
Ariel_7
Advisor

Re: Applying OA firmware 2.02

Thanks for pointing that out. I just downlowded 2.02 yesterday (I thought). I also just finished deploying 1.35 firmware for ILO and now it looks like 1.42 is available as well. Thanks for the additional information.
Raghuarch
Honored Contributor

Re: Applying OA firmware 2.02

Hi Ariel,

You are right. You can upgrade the iLO's first then you can upgrade the OA firmware.

Some times you may see some problems if you do it other way.

Regards,
Raghuarch