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Re: [Linux-cluster] HP iLO fencing - how many iLO variants are there?



I have the same problem. I have a bunch of HP servers ranging from ML370 to RX4640 that each of them has a ILO card bundled but I could not use fence_ilo or fence_rib.


On 1/18/06, Mark Hlawatschek <hlawatschek atix de> wrote:
Hi Jure,

in my opinion the Lights Out 100i Remote Management" are IPMI interfaces. You
could give fence_ipmilan a try.

Mark

On Tuesday 17 January 2006 23:52, Jure Pečar wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> I have two DL145 G1 servers with "Lights Out 100i Remote Management". I
> thought this is iLO but am not so sure anymore.
>
> The thing is accessible via telnet or http and works as expected. So I was
> kinda suprised when fence_ilo failed with no route to host at
> blahblahblah/SSL.pm line 104. Sure, it wants to connect to port 443 ... So
> I took a look at fence_ilo code and saw nothing that would talk telnet to
> this 100i thing ...
>
> I also checked its firmware version. It says 2.00, latest is 2.01 with no
> important updates ...
>
> So it looks like I'd have to write my own fencing agent. Are there any
> guidelines on how to do it "properly" to have it included in the mainline
> distro? Also, any docs/mailing list post about what parameters fencing
> agent needs to implement?

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