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Dell System E-Support Tool (DSET) 3.5.1 - [Linux 64-bit]
Dell System E-Support Tool (DSET) is a utility that collects configuration and log data for various chassis hardware, storage, software, and operating system components of a Dell PowerEdge server and consolidates the data into a .zip file.
Release Date 12/9/2013
Importance: Recommended
Version: DSET 3.5.1,A00 See Previous Versions

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File Size: 25MB

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Download Type: HTTP
File Size: 1MB

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File Size: 26KB

Previous Versions

DSET 3.4, A02
<ul><li><b>Vendor Version :</b> DSET 3.4</li><li><b>Dell Version :</b> A02</li></ul>
7/27/2013 12:35:54 PM


Dell System E-Support Tool (DSET) is a utility that collects configuration and log data for various chassis hardware, storage, software, and operating system components of a Dell PowerEdge server and consolidates the data into a .zip file.

Level of Importance:Recommended

Dell recommends applying this update during your next scheduled update cycle. The update contains feature enhancements or changes that will help keep your system software current and compatible with other system modules (firmware, BIOS, drivers and software).


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Operating Systems
Novell SuSE Linux ES 11
Suse Linux ES 10
Red Hat Ent Linux 5.2
Red Hat Ent Linux 6
Red Hat Ent Linux 6.4
Red Hat Ent Linux 5
Novell SuSE Linux ES 10

Applies to

  • Dell System E-Support Tool

Fixes & Enhancements

Fixes: 1 DSET 1404-DSET 351 x04 getting internal error occurred & exiting report collection error with Windows 2003 OS 2 DSET 1392-Dset 3.5.1 After upgrading Dset 35 to 351, Many Hardware classes are missing in report. 3 DSET 1337-DSET Provider installation fails even if Pre installed SFCB is in healthy state 4 DSET 884-Executing DSET 3.4 64bit on a RedHat EL 6.3 blade server causes a watchdog timer expired error Enhancement: 1 No Password on Linux for local DSET Namespace report collection.

Installation instructions

For Linux:
Creating One-time Report (Zero Footprint)
To run DSET and create one-time report:
NOTE: You must be logged in as root user to run DSET.
1. At the Linux shell prompt, run the Linux executable. The "License Agreement" is displayed along with the following message
Do you agree to the above license terms? 
('y' for yes | 'Enter' to exit):
2. Enter y. The installation types are displayed.
3. Enter [option number] to select "Create One-time Local System DSET Report" option.
4. Enter y or n for the following messages that are displayed one at a time to choose the category for    which the data must be collected:
   a. Do you want to collect info for all hardware categories [y|n]:
   b. Do you want to collect info for all storage categories [y|n]:
   c. Do you want to collect info for all software categories [y|n]:
   d. Do you want to collect linux log files [y|n]:
   e. Do you want to collect advanced log files [y|n]:

    NOTE: If you select advanced log files option, by default, all the logs are collected and may           create large size reports.
5. Enter y if you want to use default file name for the report when the following message is displayed.
   Else, enter n to specify a file name:
   Do you want store this report in a default name and location [y|n]:
   If you enter n, provide the report name or full path where the generated report must be saved. If the path is not specified, the report is saved in the root directory.
   NOTE: You can only save the report to an internal network path and not a HTTP path.
6. Enter y to enable report filtering when the following message is displayed. Else enter n. If enabled, it   filters data from the report. For more information, refer to the User's Guide.
Do you want to enable report filtering (For more information, see the User's Guide) [y|n]:
7. To automatically upload the report to Dell site, enter y when the following message is displayed. Else, enter n:
   Do you want to upload the report on request to Dell Technical Support after the report is generated [y|n]:
8. If CIMOM already exists, DSET validates the CIMOM in the following order:
        a. See the Credential-less CIMOM authentication section of Installation Guide. 
        b. If Credential-less CIMOM authentication is not successful, enter the root credentials of the system when the following message is displayed: Please enter "root" password:
The data collection starts, the report is generated and saved as specified in step 5. If you chose to automatically upload the report, the report is uploaded and the Report uploaded successfully message is displayed.
To view the report, see Viewing DSET Report section in the user's guide.
For silent Zero FootPrint report collection, run the command:
   -qn -d [options] -r [reportname] -v [yes/no]
   -p [password] -a [auto/manual]

Please refer the Installation guide for detailed Installation steps located at            


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