I have a Dell PowerEdge 1950 with a DRAC that I can ssh into but cannot http to. As I understand it, if the logs fill up all space, the only way to recover is to load the latest DRAC firmware. Not only can I not find the firmware, I can't find any instructions on how to update it without the web gui.
Can anyone tell me how to update an old DRAC's firmware without the GUI? I do have physical access and I am running Centos 7. I could install Windows if necessary but would rather not.
$ racadm getsysinfo RAC Information: RAC Date/Time = Sat Feb 25 02:20:52 2017 Firmware Version = 1.45 Firmware Build = 09.01.16 Last Firmware Update = NA Hardware Version = A04 Current IP Address = 192.168.1.120 Current IP Gateway = 192.168.1.1 Current IP Netmask = 255.255.255.0 DHCP Enabled = 0 MAC Address = 00:26:b9:2f:cf:02 Current DNS Server 1 = 0.0.0.0 Current DNS Server 2 = 0.0.0.0 DNS Servers from DHCP = 0 Register DNS RAC Name = 0 DNS RAC Name = rac-7CLWBG1 Current DNS Domain = System Information: System Model = PowerEdge 1950 System Revision = [N/A] System BIOS Version = 2.2.6 BMC Firmware Version = 2.05 Service Tag = xxxxxxxx Host Name = OS Name = Power Status = ON Watchdog Information: Recovery Action = None Present countdown value = 15 seconds Initial countdown value = 15 seconds