Gigabyte MP30-AR0: IPMI

IPMI works out of the box. I’m using FreeIPMI to test this (not ipmitool) since FreeIPMI is a lot easier to use.

You need to know that:

  1. The default user name is admin and the default password is password.
  2. You have to use the dedicated management interface, marked “f” in the software reference guide (the ethernet port above the two USB sockets).

Here are the sensors:

$ ipmi-sensors -h 192.168.0.104 -u admin -p password
Caching SDR repository information: /home/rjones/.freeipmi/sdr-cache/sdr-cache-moo.192.168.0.104
Caching SDR record 34 of 34 (current record ID 205) 
ID  | Name       | Type                   | Reading    | Units | Event
4   | CPU0_TEMP  | Temperature            | 49.00      | C     | 'OK'
9   | DIMM_P0_A0 | Temperature            | N/A        | C     | N/A
10  | DIMM_P0_A1 | Temperature            | N/A        | C     | N/A
12  | DIMM_P0_B0 | Temperature            | N/A        | C     | N/A
13  | DIMM_P0_B1 | Temperature            | N/A        | C     | N/A
15  | DIMM_P0_C0 | Temperature            | N/A        | C     | N/A
16  | DIMM_P0_C1 | Temperature            | N/A        | C     | N/A
18  | DIMM_P0_D0 | Temperature            | N/A        | C     | N/A
19  | DIMM_P0_D1 | Temperature            | N/A        | C     | N/A
59  | P12V       | Voltage                | 11.83      | V     | 'OK'
60  | P5V        | Voltage                | 5.11       | V     | 'OK'
61  | P3V3       | Voltage                | 3.33       | V     | 'OK'
62  | P5V_STBY   | Voltage                | 5.13       | V     | 'OK'
64  | P_VBAT     | Voltage                | 3.07       | V     | 'OK'
65  | P_VCCP     | Voltage                | 0.97       | V     | 'OK'
66  | P_1V2_HUB  | Voltage                | 1.20       | V     | 'OK'
67  | P_VDDQ_AB  | Voltage                | 1.50       | V     | 'OK'
68  | P_VDDQ_CD  | Voltage                | 1.50       | V     | 'OK'
71  | P_0V9_VDD  | Voltage                | 0.96       | V     | 'OK'
72  | P_1V5_VDD  | Voltage                | 1.52       | V     | 'OK'
73  | P_2V5_VDD  | Voltage                | 2.50       | V     | 'OK'
74  | P_1V8_VDD  | Voltage                | 1.82       | V     | 'OK'
136 | CPU0_FAN   | Fan                    | 4000.00    | RPM   | 'OK'
138 | SYS_FAN1   | Fan                    | N/A        | RPM   | N/A
139 | SYS_FAN2   | Fan                    | N/A        | RPM   | N/A
140 | SYS_FAN3   | Fan                    | N/A        | RPM   | N/A
141 | SYS_FAN4   | Fan                    | N/A        | RPM   | N/A
190 | CPU0       | Processor              | N/A        | N/A   | 'Processor Presence detected'
202 | MB_TEMP1   | Temperature            | 37.00      | C     | 'OK'
203 | MB_TEMP2   | Temperature            | 31.00      | C     | 'OK'
204 | MB_TEMP3   | Temperature            | 28.00      | C     | 'OK'
205 | SEL        | Event Logging Disabled | N/A        | N/A   | 'OK'

Here are the IPMI config sections:

$ ipmi-config -h 192.168.0.104 -u admin -p password --category=core,chassis,sensors,pef,dcmi --listsections
User1
User2
User3
User4
User5
User6
User7
User8
User9
User10
User11
User12
User13
User14
User15
User16
Lan_Channel
Lan_Conf
Lan_Conf_Auth
Lan_Conf_Security_Keys
Lan_Conf_User_Security
Lan_Conf_Misc
Rmcpplus_Conf_Privilege
Serial_Channel
Serial_Conf
SOL_Conf
Chassis_Front_Panel_Buttons
Chassis_Power_Conf
Chassis_Boot_Flags
4_CPU0_TEMP
9_DIMM_P0_A0
10_DIMM_P0_A1
12_DIMM_P0_B0
13_DIMM_P0_B1
15_DIMM_P0_C0
16_DIMM_P0_C1
18_DIMM_P0_D0
19_DIMM_P0_D1
59_P12V
60_P5V
61_P3V3
62_P5V_STBY
64_P_VBAT
65_P_VCCP
66_P_1V2_HUB
67_P_VDDQ_AB
68_P_VDDQ_CD
71_P_0V9_VDD
72_P_1V5_VDD
73_P_2V5_VDD
74_P_1V8_VDD
136_CPU0_FAN
138_SYS_FAN1
139_SYS_FAN2
140_SYS_FAN3
141_SYS_FAN4
190_CPU0
202_MB_TEMP1
203_MB_TEMP2
204_MB_TEMP3
205_SEL
PEF_Conf
Community_String
Lan_Alert_Destination_0
Lan_Alert_Destination_1
Lan_Alert_Destination_2
Lan_Alert_Destination_3
Lan_Alert_Destination_4
Alert_String_0
Alert_String_1
Alert_String_2
Alert_String_3
Alert_String_4
Alert_String_5
Alert_String_6
Alert_String_7
Alert_String_8
Alert_Policy_1
Alert_Policy_2
Alert_Policy_3
Alert_Policy_4
Alert_Policy_5
Alert_Policy_6
Alert_Policy_7
Alert_Policy_8
Event_Filter_1
Event_Filter_2
Event_Filter_3
Event_Filter_4
Event_Filter_5
Event_Filter_6
Event_Filter_7
Event_Filter_8
Event_Filter_9
Event_Filter_10
Event_Filter_11
Event_Filter_12
Event_Filter_13
Event_Filter_14
Event_Filter_15
Event_Filter_16
Event_Filter_17
Event_Filter_18
Event_Filter_19
Event_Filter_20
Event_Filter_21
Event_Filter_22
Event_Filter_23
Event_Filter_24
Event_Filter_25
Event_Filter_26
Event_Filter_27
Event_Filter_28
Event_Filter_29
Event_Filter_30
Event_Filter_31
Event_Filter_32
Event_Filter_33
Event_Filter_34
Event_Filter_35
Event_Filter_36
Event_Filter_37
Event_Filter_38
Event_Filter_39
Event_Filter_40
Event_Filter_41
Event_Filter_42
Event_Filter_43
Event_Filter_44
Event_Filter_45
Event_Filter_46
Event_Filter_47
Event_Filter_48
Event_Filter_49
Event_Filter_50
Event_Filter_51
Event_Filter_52
Event_Filter_53
Event_Filter_54
Event_Filter_55
Event_Filter_56
Event_Filter_57
Event_Filter_58
Event_Filter_59
Event_Filter_60
Event_Filter_61
Event_Filter_62
Event_Filter_63
Event_Filter_64
DCMI_Conf

Power cycling (make sure you’ve “sync”d the OS first!):

$ ipmipower -h 192.168.0.104 -u admin -p password --stat
192.168.0.104: on
$ ipmipower -h 192.168.0.104 -u admin -p password --cycle
192.168.0.104: ok

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