Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of SM IPMC


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Aug 8, 2019, 1:52:30 PM (3 months ago)
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dgastler
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  • SM IPMC

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     1== Programming instructions ==
     2You will need a linux machine that has ipmitool installed.
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     4If using the CERN dev-kit, you will also need mini-com and you will need to search your lab for a ethernet jack that the dev-kit likes... good luck.  This configuration will also require you to set the HW address via USB UART with the command "SETHA 0x34"
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     6Once you have the IPMC powered up and plugged into the network, you need to be able to talk to it via ethernet.
     7This can be tested by pinging the address.  CERN IPMCs come default with 192.168.1.34/24, APOLLO CERN IPMC IPs can be found [http://ohm.bu.edu/trac/edf/wiki/Apollo%20Inventory#CERN here]
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     9Once you can ping the IPMC, you can program it with the following commands:
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     11    ipmitool -I lan -H <IPMC IP address> -P "" hpm upgrade hpm1all-IPMC-sm-date.img force
     12
     13    ipmitool -I lan -H <IPMC IP address> -P "" hpm activate
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     15The second command will end with what seems like an error.
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     17Now power cycle the Blade and the new firmware and power-up sequence should be loaded.
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     19== Firmware source ==
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     21Firmware can be found [http://ohm.bu.edu/~apollo/IPMC_FW/ here]
     22The current directory is what should be installed on specific IPMCs and the old directory is for previous versions of the firmware files.