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Choosing operation mode to apply settings - PowerEdge T640
Choosing operation mode to apply settings While creating and managing virtual disks, setting up physical disks, controllers, and enclosures or resetting controllers, before you apply the various settings, you must select the operation mode. That is, specify w...

Accessing documents from Dell support site - PowerEdge T640
Accessing documents from Dell support site You can access the required documents in one of the following ways: Using the following links: For all Enterprise Systems Management documents — Dell.com/SoftwareSecurityManuals For OpenManage documents — Dell.com/Op...

Checking the system for Fresh Air compliance - PowerEdge T640
Checking the system for Fresh Air compliance Fresh Air cooling directly uses outside air to cool systems in the data center. Fresh Air compliant systems can operate above its normal ambient operating range (temperatures up to 113 °F (45 °C)). NOTE: Some serve...

Performing graceful shutdown - PowerEdge T640
Performing graceful shutdown To perform graceful shutdown, in iDRAC Web interface, go to one of the following locations: At Dashboard select Graceful Shutdown and click Apply. For more information, see the iDRAC Online Help .

Viewing iDRAC information using web interface - PowerEdge T640
Viewing iDRAC information using web interface In the iDRAC Web interface, go to iDRAC Settings > Overview to view the following information related to iDRAC. For information about the properties, see iDRAC Online Help. iDRAC Details Device Type Hardware Ve...

Viewing System Event Log using RACADM - PowerEdge T640
Viewing System Event Log using RACADM To view the SEL: racadm getsel <options> If no arguments are specified, the entire log is displayed. To display the number of SEL entries: racadm getsel -i To clear the SEL entries: racadm clrsel For more informatio...

Viewing system health - PowerEdge T640
Viewing system health iDRAC and CMC (for blade servers) Web interfaces display the status for the following: Batteries CPUs Cooling Intrusion Memory Power Supplies Removable Flash Media Voltages Miscellaneous Click any component name in the Server Health sect...

Adding objects to association object - PowerEdge T640
Adding objects to association object Using the Association Object Properties window, you can associate users or user groups, privilege objects, and iDRAC devices or iDRAC device groups. You can add groups of users and iDRAC devices.

Interfaces to update iDRAC firmware - PowerEdge T440
Interfaces to update iDRAC firmware Use the following interfaces to update the iDRAC firmware: iDRAC Web interface Redfish API RACADM CLI (iDRAC and CMC) Dell Update Package (DUP) CMC Web interface Lifecycle Controller–Remote Services Lifecycle Controller Del...

Configuring LCD setting using RACADM - PowerEdge T640
Configuring LCD setting using RACADM To configure the server LCD front panel display, use the objects in the System.LCD group. For more information, see the iDRAC RACADM Command Line Interface Reference Guide available at dell.com/idracmanuals.

Configuring the network settings - PowerEdge T640
Configuring the network settings To configure the network settings: NOTE: For information about the options, see the iDRAC Settings Utility Online Help. Under Enable NIC, select Enabled. From the NIC Selection drop-down menu, select one of the following ports...

Uploading server certificate using RACADM - PowerEdge T640
Uploading server certificate using RACADM To upload the SSL server certificate, use the sslcertupload command. For more information, see the RACADM Command Line Reference Guide for iDRAC available at dell.com/idracmanuals. If the CSR is generated outside of i...

Importing foreign configuration using RACADM - PowerEdge T640
Importing foreign configuration using RACADM To import foreign configuration: racadm storage importconfig:<Controller FQDD> For more information, see the iDRAC RACADM Command Line Reference Guide available at dell.com/idracmanuals.

Testing Active Directory settings using iDRAC web interface - PowerEdge T640
Testing Active Directory settings using iDRAC web interface To test the Active Directory settings: In iDRAC Web Interface, go to iDRAC Settings > Users > Directory Services > Microsoft Active Directory , click Test. The Test Active Directory Settings...

Clearing foreign configuration - PowerEdge T640
Clearing foreign configuration After moving a physical disk from one controller to another, you may find that the physical disk contains all or some portion of a virtual disk (foreign configuration). You can identify whether a previously used physical disk co...

Configuring iDRAC to send alerts - PowerEdge T640
Configuring iDRAC to send alerts You can set alerts and actions for certain events that occur on the managed system. An event occurs when the status of a system component is greater than the pre-defined condition. If an event matches an event filter and you h...

RAID level 6-striping with additional distributed parity - PowerEdge T640
RAID level 6-striping with additional distributed parityRAID 6 provides data redundancy by using data striping in combination with parity information. Similar to RAID 5, the parity is distributed within each stripe. RAID 6, however, uses an additional physica...

Registering iDRAC as a computer in Active Directory root domain - PowerEdge T640
Registering iDRAC as a computer in Active Directory root domain To register iDRAC in Active Directory root domain: Click iDRAC Settings > Connectivity > Network . The Network page is displayed. You can select IPv4 Settings or IPv6 Settings based on the ...
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