After performing an iDRAC7 reset (using the racadm racreset command), if any command is issued, the following message is displayed. What does this indicate?
ERROR: Unable to connect to RAC at specified IP address
The message indicates that you must wait until the iDRAC7 completes the reset before issuing another command.
When using RACADM commands and subcommands, some errors are not clear.
During a ping test to iDRAC7, if the network mode is switched between Dedicated and Shared modes, there is no ping response.
Clear the ARP table on your system.
Remote RACADM fails to connect to iDRAC7 from SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) 11 SP1.
rpm -ivh --force < filename >where, filename is the openssl or libopenssl rpm package file.
rpm -ivh --force openssl-0.9.8h-18.104.22.168.x86_64.rpm
rpm -ivh --force libopenssl0_9_8-0.9.8h-22.214.171.124.x86_64.rpm
Why are the remote RACADM and Web-based services unavailable after a property change?
It may take a while for the remote RACADM services and the Web-based interface to become available after the iDRAC7 Web server resets.
Why is an error message displayed if you try to delete a partition after creating it using local RACADM?
This occurs because the create partition operation is in-progress. However, the partition is deleted after sometime and a message that the partition is deleted is displayed. If not, wait until the create partition operation is completed and then delete the partition.