Dell EMC iDRAC Tools for Linux, v9.4.0
more productive and improve the overall availability of Dell servers.
iDRAC alerts administrators to server issues, helps them perform remote server management, and
reduces the need for physical access to the server. Additionally, iDRAC also enables administrators
to deploy, monitor, manage, configure, update, and troubleshoot Dell EMC servers from any location
without using any agents. It accomplishes this regardless of the operating system or hypervisor
presence or state.
iDRAC provides out-of-band mechanisms for configuring the server, applying firmware updates,
saving or restoring a system backup, or deploying an operating system, by using the iDRAC GUI, the
iDRAC RESTful API or the RACADM command line interface.
This release of the RACADM command line interface includes packages that supports the installation
of both local and remote RACADM.
These tools include:
- RACADM Command Line Interface (CLI): Enables scripting of iDRAC management operations.
- IPMITool: Provides local and remote IPMI management of a server.
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Fixes & Enhancements
-Fixed issue related to fwupdate for handling unsupported firmware update files. Tracking number: 137459
-Fixed memory related issues. Tracking number: 144661
-Fixed issue related to SCP Export from local racadm not generating any file. Tracking number: 147950
-Fixed issue related to FSD. Tracking number: 150730
-Fixes for IPMI SOL termination. Tracking number: 130819
-Fixes for IPMI shell command for Dell OEM commands. Tracking number: 140407
-Fixes for DELL OEM Sysinfo command for host name and System OS. Tracking number: 141150
-Fixes for set DELL OEM LCD user defined name. Tracking number: 150676
-Support added for https bootcert management feature. Tracking number: RACADM-856
-Support added for Force change password feature for the supporting iDRAC firmware.
Tracking number: RACADM-896
-Support added for serial data capture feature. Tracking number: RACADM-965
-Support added for returning proper exit codes for each racadm call. Tracking number: IDLC-1605
-DELL-OEM IPMI Tool is updated to latest open source IPMI Tool version 1.8.18
-Updated to latest CSSD version 7.10
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1. Click the download file link to download the file.
2. When the File Download window appears,click save to save the file to your hard drive.
Extract and Install Files
1. Navigate to the directory where the tar.gz is downloaded.
2. Run tar -zxvf on the tar.gz to unzip the contents into the current directory.
3. Inside the folder where you extracted the files, navigate to /linux/rac folder.
4. To install the RACADM binary, execute the script install_racadm.sh.
5. To install IPMI Tool, install the rpms available under /linux/bmc/ipmitool folder
For more information on installation, refer to readme.txt inside the package.