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Can't install iLO System management parts

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Can't install iLO System management parts

I'm looking to get the iLO management pieces installed so I can enable remote monitoring from our MSP. Running hpsum allows me to install all parts but the insight management, which of course is what I need. Tells me that failed dependencies are the 3 iLO management items. I downloaded and attempted to install one, yet I get the error message below. Any ideas why I can't install any of the iLO parts?


The software will not be installed on this system because the required hardware is not present in the system or the software/firmware doesn't apply to this system.
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Re: Can't install iLO System management parts

Can you provide details about which is the server model?

How are you trying to install? Using Prolian Support Pack (PSP)?

iLO is hardware which will be embedded on motherboard. You can't install it externally. There was one PCI card namely RILOE II, but it is not shipped now.
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Re: Can't install iLO System management parts

Might help a bit if you tell us what model server your working with....




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Re: Can't install iLO System management parts

Model is a Proliant dl160 g5.
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Re: Can't install iLO System management parts

The DL160 G5 has the LO100i, not an iLO or iLO2.



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Re: Can't install iLO System management parts

So that means to insight management monitoring via SNMP? I currently have the event log setup to be monitored but much prefer the specific reporting from SNMP.
//Add this to "OnDomLoad" event