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comment When do Dell PowerEdge servers (R210II and R620) automatically shutdown due to over heating?
BTW, that link/technote above is dated. The new usage and docs are below in my answer.
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comment When do Dell PowerEdge servers (R210II and R620) automatically shutdown due to over heating?
The Dell OpenManage Deployment Kit comes with a tool called "syscfg". You are supposed to be able to use it to set IPMI Event Filters (PEF)s that the Dell BMC will implement on-board, without the need for an iDRAC or installing OpenManage on a dedicated server. The example they give looks like this "syscfg --filter tempfail --filteraction powerdown". I'll write up an answer once I download and test the tool.
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comment When do Dell PowerEdge servers (R210II and R620) automatically shutdown due to over heating?
I finally found this: dell.com/support/troubleshooting/ag/en/agbsdt1/KCS/KcsArticles/…
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accepted Possible to host CentOS netinstall files on a local HTTP/FTP?
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comment Possible to host CentOS netinstall files on a local HTTP/FTP?
Thanks for the help and follow up though. I don't want to sound ungrateful.
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comment Possible to host CentOS netinstall files on a local HTTP/FTP?
I don't think so. I stated that I was having a hard time getting CentOS installed in my network, (because the netinstall had to go through a damned prompting web proxy, and the DVD wouldn't fail) and that I was trying to host the CentOS DVD files from Windows (which installed fine on XenServer from DVD) for local netinstall mirror. The CentOS docs explain how to setup a local mirror from a mirror (that I can't reach without going through the prompting Web proxy) using scripts that will only work on a CentOS install I don't have.
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comment Possible to host CentOS netinstall files on a local HTTP/FTP?
I tried that and it didn't work. I also tried manually downloading all the mirror /repodata/ contents and trying to host that as well. At the time I wasn't sure what the problem was. It's possible that the netinstaller always uses the initially loaded repomd.xml, and so if you change anything and retry, it's still using the old one. (something I suspected)
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