Dell EMC iDRAC Tools for Linux, v10.1.0.0

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The Integrated Dell Remote Access Controller (iDRAC) is designed to make server administrators
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.
- SCV: Secured Component Verification.
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Fixes & Enhancements


-Unable to update FX2 CMC through fwupdate. Tracking Number: 196030
-Exit code for multi sessions of local racadm needs fix. Tracking Number: 200597

IPMI Tool:
-Fixes for SOL termination in BIOS page. Tracking Number: 188893
-Fixes for FRU read time format as per the open source. Tracking Number: 193433
-Fixes for FRU write command. Tracking Number: 193515


-Support added for UBUNTU 20.04.2
-Support added for RHEL 8.4

IPMI Tool:
-CSSD update to 7.27

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Version, A00

Release date

14 Jul 2021

Download Type



Systems Management


Dell Technologies recommends applying this update during your next scheduled update cycle. The update contains changes to maintain overall system health. It ensures that the system software remains current and compatible with other system modules (firmware, BIOS, drivers, and software) and may include other new features.

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Red Hat® Enterprise Linux 7
Red Hat® Enterprise Linux 8
SuSE Linux ES 15
Ubuntu Server 20.04 LTS
Linux Remote Access Utilities
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
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.

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