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Your browser cache is loading an old version of the remote console (it's not getting the new update you just installed, because the old one is still in your cache and browser) Close everything, clear browser caches etc, and re-try.
Assuming your Linux system is functioning, you can install the iLO online configuration utility (hponcfg). You can use it to get the iLO's configuration or reconfigure it. The configuration is in XML format. You didn't mention which flavor of Linux you're using, but HPE makes hponcfg packages available for numerous distributions in their Software Delivery ...
I can think of two options: check your dhcp server logs, you might have the ilo nic on dhcp; try scanning your network with nmap -n -P0 -sS -p 17988 -oG - xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/xx where xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/xx is the representation of your network/netmask
Please read the HPE Customer Advisory written about the failure of installing OS using iLO Virtual Media if iLO is configured to the Shared Network Port. It will explain why there are errors and time-outs. It also appears that the issue you were having was resolved on another forum. I hope this information helped anyways. The information was provided by ...
A single broken fan should never cause this kind of "critical" (that's what health light = red means) problem. Your server has probably six hot swappable fans that create a wind tunnel through the chassis, so if five are really up then you should be fine IMO. You need to get a handle on what component is failing/has failed/is getting too hot. Use HP ...
Log onto the ILO3 interface and it will tell you exactly what the server's health history and specific problems are within the IML log. This is the best option for a VMware installation since you likely don't have the HP-specific ESXi build running on your system. You should also replace the failed fan.
The only way to set the Product ID and Serial Number on a Gen8 server without going through RBSU(F9) manually is to use Conrep. You will need the 32-bit Linux version of Conrep to do it. It is not supported on Windows or 64-bit Linux. Here is how to change the product ID using conrep: Create a file called conrep.dat that contains the following(enter the ...
The bare disks are compatible. Assuming you speaking of regular 2.5" SAS disks. However, drives for G7 servers are cheap. Buy some from eBay and you won't have to deal with the caddy swap or any other unnecessary changes.
There was a huge change between G7 and Gen8 when it comes to 2.5" disk caddies - they simply won't fix into each other. To be fair the Gen8/9 caddies offer a lot of additional functionality that the G7 version couldn't but it was rather a testing time for a lot of organisations who had become used to generation-to-generation interoperability. So to confirm, ...
Have you logged into the management interface? that'll tell you if you have any hardware issues or if those disks just aren't assigned to a VDISK yet or not - there's no other way really, just connect to it and see. By the way, don't be too fast to update the firmware on the 1040/2040's at the moment, HPE have been releasing some very buggy versions of ...
If you installed Ubuntu from a USB drive, try connecting the USB drive again and reboot. If Ubuntu runs normally execute (device could change): sudo grub-install /dev/sda Disconnect the USB drive and restart the system. Based on 'ewwhite' answer.
I would tell 785991-B21 ID found there; http://h20195.www2.hp.com/V2/GetDocument.aspx?docname=4AA5-4154ENW&cc=us&lc=en I'am just not sure as a simple google search give various picture for it and partsurfer got no picture associated with it.. One picture found look like your older cable but I can't double check my answer
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