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Intel rmm3 problem

Hi.

I have Intel rmm3 installed on one of my servers

Smash CLP Version :SMASH 1.0.0/CLP 1.09

Somehow web is not working (page loading), but i do have ssh access. Is it possible to reboot server from console?

Thank you.

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You can perform a remote reset under the menu Remote Control -> Server Power Control, there will be options to choose depending on what you want to do when performing a cold/hard reset.

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You should be able to cd to system1 and type command reset to reset server. I have the same issue, but I can not bring my server down. I am looking forward to reset BMC.

Mihir

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Hello,

cuz search requests like "Reset BMC via SMASH-CLP Console" led to this page, I think we need a solution here, so if anyone face with such a problem - he could deal with it. I hope so.

Case:

problem with BMC web-panel, neither HTTP nor HTTPS is loading properly.

1st solution (if SSH still works):

 

login to Smash CLP via ssh, and run next few commands:

cd /system1/sp1/enetport1/lanendpt1/ipendpt1

set committed=0

set committed=1

 

This will reload BMC, so perhaps you'll gain access.

 

2nd solution (if you have only access to the system running on the server):

first, install IPMI management utilities - ipmiutil. Then run the command below:

ipmitool bmc reset cold

This will restart BMC, without affecting the server itself.

If you have remote access, but first solution for some reason didn't help you - you can use ipmitool with remote host as showed in next command (don't forget to install ipmiutil on client host):

ipmitool -H hostname -U username -P password -v bmc reset cold

You must change the hostname, username and pasword in command to your own.

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Beginner
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Thanks. First solution no, but second solution works for me.

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The third is usually the recommended since you can send it remotely over the network as well.

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