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Proliant DL360Gen9 config with scripting tools

 
andy_msc
Occasional Advisor

Proliant DL360Gen9 config with scripting tools

Hi,

I have a Proliant DL360 Gen9 and need to config all UEFI settings with scripts.
I use conrep to set all the UEFI settings I need.

I have a HPE Ethernet 10Gb 2-port 560SFP+ Adapter installed and need to set the following:

I need to set F9 -> System Utilities -> System Configuration -> Slot 2 Port1 : HPE Ethernet 10Gb 2-port 560SFP+ Adapter - NIC -> Device Level Configuration -> Shared Memory Features -> Disabled

This setting is not saved in the config file generted with conrep -s because it's "outside" of the RBSU settings.

What linux scripting tool can I use to get to this setting?

Thanks.

 

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Jimmy Vance
HPE Pro

Re: Proliant DL360Gen9 config with scripting tools


@andy_msc wrote:

Hi,

I have a Proliant DL360 Gen9 and need to config all UEFI settings with scripts.
I use conrep to set all the UEFI settings I need.

I have a HPE Ethernet 10Gb 2-port 560SFP+ Adapter installed and need to set the following:

I need to set F9 -> System Utilities -> System Configuration -> Slot 2 Port1 : HPE Ethernet 10Gb 2-port 560SFP+ Adapter - NIC -> Device Level Configuration -> Shared Memory Features -> Disabled

This setting is not saved in the config file generted with conrep -s because it's "outside" of the RBSU settings.

What linux scripting tool can I use to get to this setting?

Thanks.

 


Currently none of the HPE scripting tools can modify the settings on an add-in NIC.  You might check with the NIC vendor as they may have a tool.

 




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andy_msc
Occasional Advisor

Re: Proliant DL360Gen9 config with scripting tools

As stated in the original post the vendor is HPE.

So if the standard HPE tools can't be used to configure HPE addon cards, it's unfortunate.

Even if this tool exists, it would be impossible to find it with standard google or HPE site search. 
But if nobody in this forum (like an HPE employee) knows any method I have to give up.

 

Jimmy Vance
HPE Pro

Re: Proliant DL360Gen9 config with scripting tools


@andy_msc wrote:

As stated in the original post the vendor is HPE.

So if the standard HPE tools can't be used to configure HPE addon cards, it's unfortunate.

Even if this tool exists, it would be impossible to find it with standard google or HPE site search. 
But if nobody in this forum (like an HPE employee) knows any method I have to give up.

 


Let me do some more checking, with Gen9 access methods for some devices changed.




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