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RE: [Linux-cluster] DRAC 4


I have had a simular problem with Fedora-10, I think some kernels have a
problem detecting the Drac.  Anyway I found that you can enable telnet
from the web interface.

>From the 'command box' on the Diagnostics tab you can type the following

'd3debug propget ENABLE_TELNET'  -  Prints if telnet is enabled
'd3debug propset ENABLE_TELNET=TRUE'  -  Enables telnet
'd3debug racadm racreset'  - Reboots the drac.

After you have enabled telnet and rebooted the drac, you should be able
to telnet to the drac card.

Hope this helps,

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[mailto:linux-cluster-bounces redhat com] On Behalf Of Paras pradhan
Sent: Thursday, 16 July 2009 6:05 AM
To: linux-poweredge lists us dell com; linux clustering
Subject: [Linux-cluster] DRAC 4


I am using centos 5.3 in dell poweredge 1850 servers . Drac is 4/i.  I
am working on to create a cluster using 3 poweredge nodes and I am in
need to use DRAC as fencing device.

While testing fencing using fence_drac it complains me as:

root tst1 ~]# fence_drac -a -l user -p calvin
failed: telnet open failed: problem connecting to "", port
23: Connection refused

I tried to enable telnet using racadm but got the following error.

[root tst1 ~]# racadm config -g cfgSerial -o cfgSerialSshEnable 1
ERROR: RACADM is unable to process the requested subcommand because
there is no
local RAC configuration to communicate with.

Local RACADM subcommand execution requires the following:

 1. A Remote Access Controller (RAC) must be present on the managed
 2. Appropriate managed node software must be installed and running on

I am really stuck here. Any one having the similar problem?


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