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Foreign configuration found -
Foreign configuration found The Foreign Configuration Found page is displayed only if a foreign configuration physical disk drive resides on the selected RAID controller or any uninitialized physical disk drives present on the system. A foreign configuration ...

Minimum disk requirement for different RAID levels -
Minimum disk requirement for different RAID levels Table 1. RAID level and number of disks RAID Level Minimum Number of Disks 0 1* 1 2 5 3 6 4 10 4 50 6 60 8 * For PERC S110 and S130 RAID controllers, a minimum of two hard-disk drives are required.

Encrypting unsecure virtual disks -
Encrypting unsecure virtual disks Make sure that the following prerequisites are met: Selected controller is security-capable. Security-capable virtual drives must be attached to the controller. Controller must be in the local-key-encryption mode. To encrypt ...

Copying repository to a local FTP server from the Dell Server Updates DVD -
Copying repository to a local FTP server from the Dell Server Updates DVD To copy the repository: Download the Dell Server Updates ISO image to your system from dell.com/support. Copy the repository folder of the DVD to the root directory of the local FTP ser...

Using Dell Repository Manager to create the repository and copy it to a local FTP server -
Using Dell Repository Manager to create the repository and copy it to a local FTP server To create and copy the repository: Copy the repository created using the Dell Repository Manager to the root directory of the local FTP server. NOTE: For information abou...

Copying repository to a local USB drive from the Dell Server Updates DVD -
Copying repository to a local USB drive from the Dell Server Updates DVD To copy a repository: Download the latest Dell Server Updates ISO image file from dell.com/support. Copy the repository folder of the DVD to the root directory of the USB drive. Use this...

Using Dell Repository Manager to create the repository and copy to a USB drive -
Using Dell Repository Manager to create the repository and copy to a USB drive To create and copy the repository: Copy the repository created using the Dell Repository Manager to the root directory of the USB drive. Use this USB drive for firmware update. NOT...

Configuring CIFS servers -
Configuring CIFS servers To configure an CIFS server, perform the following tasks: Right-click the folder that you want to configure as CIFS share and select Properties > Sharing . Click the Advanced Sharing tab and select Share this folder. Click the Perm...

Platform restore -
Platform restore Lifecycle Controller allows you to create a copy (image file) of the server's profile on the vFlash SD card installed on the server. The server profile backed up on a vFlash SD card contains the server component configuration and firmware ins...

Backup server profile -
Backup server profile Use this licensed feature to perform the following and store the backup image files in a vFlash SD card: Back up the following: Hardware and firmware inventory such as BIOS, NDCs, Lifecycle Controller supported add-in NIC cards, and Stor...

Backing up the server profile -
Backing up the server profile Before you back up the server profile, make sure that the following prerequisites are met: A software license for Dell PowerEdge servers is installed on the server. For more information about managing licenses using the iDRAC web...

Export server profile -
Export server profile Use this licensed feature to export the backup image file stored in the vFlash SD card to a USB drive or a network share. Related concepts System or feature behavior during export Related tasks Exporting server profile to a USB drive or ...

Import server profile -
Import server profile Use the Import Server Profile feature to apply a backup to the system from which it was taken previously, and restore the system hardware and firmware configuration according to the information stored in the backup image file. For more i...

Importing server profile from a network share -
Importing server profile from a network share To import from a network share: Start Lifecycle Controller. For more information, see Starting Lifecycle Controller. In the left pane, select Platform Restore. In the right pane, select Import Server Profile. Clic...

Post-import scenario -
Post-import scenario The managed-system performs the following operations: The system if turned on, automatically turns off. If the system boots to an operating system, it attempts to perform a graceful shutdown. If it is not able to perform a graceful shutdo...

Importing server profile after system board replacement -
Importing server profile after system board replacement Before importing the server profile after replacing the system board, make sure that the following prerequisites are met: A backup image of the server with the old system board is present. If you are res...

Import server license -
Import server license Use the Import Server License feature to import an iDRAC license from the Lifecycle Controller GUI. The scenarios in which you may want to import a license are when you set up a new server shipped from the factory, while upgrading an Exp...

Importing server license from a network share or USB drive -
Importing server license from a network share or USB drive Before importing a server license, make sure that the following prerequisites are met: The number of licenses already installed on the server must not be more than 16. The license being imported is no...

Hardware diagnostics -
Hardware diagnostics It is recommended that you run diagnostics using the Hardware Diagnostics utility, as part of a regular maintenance plan to validate whether or not the system and the attached hardware are functioning properly. As the diagnostics utility ...

Performing hardware diagnostics -
Performing hardware diagnostics To perform hardware diagnostics: Start Lifecycle Controller. For more information, see Starting Lifecycle Controller. In the left pane of Lifecycle Controller, click Hardware Diagnostics. In the right pane, click Run Hardware D...
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