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We need a way to determine power supplies status for IBM Power Systems Server deployed with PowerVM and HMC in a remote data-centre. Just like HP iLO or old IBM's IMM (Integrated Managemnt Module for x86 server) displays a red or green icon per po...
Move the functions handled by RMC between HMC and LPAR to the hypervisor.
Move the dlpar-related functions from the RMC connection to the PHYP. The OS/400 is already doing this (it has the functions, but doesn't talk to the RMC). Advantages:- No need for an RMC connection.- Can handle multiple tenants with the same IP r...
The FSP (Flexible Service Processor) cannot be changed in Concurrent mode. The E870C and E880C Systems have a dual FSP configuration, the failover of a FSP System does not create an outage.But the replacement of the failed FSP must be done after o...
certificate request file from ASMI interface should include Subject Alternative Name (SAN) to support modern web browsers
Currenty the certificate signing reqeust file (*csr) exported from the POWER flexible service processor interface ASMI does not include a Subject Alternative Name (SAN). As result modern web browsers, like Microsoft Edge or Chrome with strict secu...
Blocking ?UAK expired events log? call out for Customer China Unionpay
Customer China unionpay has over 100 9119-MME E870 system running production, the UAK expired events log call out every 180 days for every single E870 system. For the over 100 system, customer have to update UAK new license with very high frequenc...
Hello. Please refer to PMH 74741,820,820 and RCMS 820,01DNGBS. In case of AC power failure, only loss of power is recorded in ASMI. Moreover, if two power supplies fail - only one failure is recorded at ASMI. When AC power comes back - there is no...
voltage regulator is single point of failure in E850C servers
You can refer to PMR 71797,820,820 (automatically created after call home) and relevant hardware ticket RCMS 01D5MG8,820. I'll focus on E850C (8408-44E) server, but maybe it's also relevant for other Power servers. Server has 4 power supplies and ...
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