Do you have IPMI turned on in your kernel. It should be if you didn't recompile your kernel, but it not you can install that module. As far as recompiling your kernel, RedHat does not support that so you will have to download the vanilla kernel from kernel.org. This will be the source kernel. Once you have that I would open up a second screen and do a make menuconfig on the kernel that you do have installed under /usr/src/kernels/<kernel-version>. In the other screen install the source kernel with rpm -ivh <kernel src version>. Then build the kernel by going over to /usr/src/redhat/SPECS and doing rpmbuild -bp kernel<version>.spec. Below is a list of options:
-ba Build binary and source packages (after doing the %prep, %build, and %install stages).
-bb Build a binary package (after doing the %prep, %build, and %install stages).
-bp Executes the "%prep" stage from the spec file. Normally this involves unpacking the sources and applying any patches.
-bc Do the "%build" stage from the spec file (after doing the %prep stage). This generally involves the equivalent of a "make".
-bi Do the "%install" stage from the spec file (after doing the %prep and %build stages). This generally involves the equivalent
of a "make install".
-bl Do a "list check". The "%files" section from the spec file is macro expanded, and checks are made to verify that each file
After that you need to make a symbolic link over in the /usr/src/kernel/ directory linking back to your source directory of the kernel.(/usr/src/kernels/BUILD)
As far as with HP hardware, you can look on the disk. Or check this link out:
I would go with the HP drivers . This should have came in hpasm package. I have include the instructions from the hp site:
If a previous version of the hp-OpenIPMI package has been
installed, it must be removed before this package can be installed. To
remove the previous version and any packages dependent on it, type the
rpm -e hp-OpenIPMI
To install the package, type:
rpm -ivh hp-OpenIPMI-< version >.rpm
The drivers will be installed to the /opt/hp/hp-OpenIPMI directory but not inserted. For HP ProLiant servers, the hpasm package will automatically load the hp-OpenIPMI drivers if required for a particular HP ProLiant server.
Additional information and help is available by typing either of the
Additional information about features, installation, use, and troubleshooting the HP Server Management Drivers and Agents is available in the HOWTO documents available here: http://www.compaq.com/products/servers/linux/documentation.html.Well hope this helps,
m.. mm.. wrote:
Hello again. Hmm, i don't know how to enable ipmi in Hp360 iLo2, can somebody help me and explain it to me? And how is the config-parameters in cluster-suite at fence device. Sorry, i don't understand it, and didnä't get it work.. .ipmilan: Failed to connect after 30 seconds Failed Lon Hohberger kirjoitti 12.01.2008 kello 00:19:On Fri, 2008-01-11 at 22:56 +0200, m.. mm.. wrote:Hi We are having some problems to get fence working with this hardware. Proliant 360 G5.. iLo firmware 1.42 and os is, RedHat 5-> 2.6.18-8.el5 Cluster/GFS This script: fence_ilo Fence shutdown works fine, but it don't restart it. agent "fence_ilo" reports: failed to turn on Have someone working script to get this work?Enable IPMI on the iLO2 management card and use it instead. -- Lon -- Linux-cluster mailing list Linux-cluster redhat com https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/linux-cluster................................................................... Luukku Plus paketilla pääset eroon tila- ja turvallisuusongelmista. Hanki Luukku Plus ja helpotat elämääsi. http://www.mtv3.fi/luukku -- Linux-cluster mailing list Linux-cluster redhat com https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/linux-cluster