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iDRAC with Lifecycle Controller v. 184.108.40.206
Dell iDRAC with Lifecycle Controller v. 220.127.116.11
Fixes & Enhancements
Fixes: iDRAC and LC firmware - Fixed incorrect LC log message for automatic update when LC was disabled. Monitoring and alerting - Fixed incorrect reporting of fan RPM speed for PowerVault MD14xx enclosures. Automation - API and CLI - Fixed an issue that was preventing a CMC user name from being created using local RACADM, if the name had a space. Local RACADM in OpenManage 9.1.0 contains the fix - Fixed an issue that was preventing the following local RACADM command from retrieving all the available event-filter configurations: - racadm eventfilters get -c idrac.alert.all Local RACADM in OpenManage 9.1.0 contains the fix - Fixed an issue that was preventing the following local RACADM commands from retrieving the inventory details if all the OS drives (A:-Z:) were mapped - racadm swinventory - racadm hwinventory Local RACADM in OpenManage 9.1.0 contains the fix Security - Fixed CVE-2018-1243 and CVE-2018-1244.
Enhancements: Hardware - server or storage platform specific - Added support for single or dual HBA330 on PowerEdge FD332. iDRAC and LC firmware - Added support for using virtual media over HTTP and HTTPs. - Added support for Subject Alternate Names for CSR. - Added JSON file format support to Server Configuration Profile. Monitoring and alerting - Added support for MCDRAM monitoring for PowerEdge C6320p. Networking and IO - Added support for SMBv2 protocol in LC. SMBv1 is no longer supported. - In LC UI, the default URL on the FTP page is changed from ftp.dell.com to downloads.dell.com. OS deployment - Added support for OS deployment from bootable USB using LC. Automation - API and CLI - Added support for following operations in RACADM and WSMan for Raidcfg CLI command parity: - Importing secured foreign configuration with passphrase - Displaying foreign key Ids - Enabling and disabling persistent dedicated hot spare - Canceling initialization of virtual disk - Making a physical disk online or offline - Replacing a physical disk in a virtual disk with a different physical disk - Setting a virtual disk as the boot disk - Added Redfish support for storage inventory and monitoring. - Added Redfish support for network inventory and monitoring. - Added Redfish support for memory (DIMMs) inventory and statistics. - Added Redfish support for Update Service. - Added support for modifying user interface title bar information using RACADM. - Added support for modifying front-panel access settings in WSMan. Security - Added support for advanced user settings for ciphers. SupportAssist and parts replacement - Added support to upload SupportAssist collection to Dell EMC using iDRAC Service Module. - Added support to collect details of the first power-on of iDRAC to SupportAssist collection. Update - Added support in LC UI for updating firmware for Intel P4500 and P4600 SSD drives.
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