In the iDRAC7 Web interface, go to
iDRAC Settings >
Update and Rollback >
Rollback page displays the
devices for which you can rollback the firmware. You can view the
device name, associated devices, currently installed firmware version,
and the available firmware rollback version.
Select one or more devices for which you want to rollback
Based on the selected devices, click
Install Next Reboot. If only iDRAC is selected, then click
When you click
Install and Reboot or
Install Next Reboot, the message “Updating
Job Queue” is displayed.
Job Queue page is displayed, where
you can view and manage the staged firmware updates.
While in rollback mode, the rollback process continues in the
background even if you navigate away from this page.
If iDRAC7 configuration is reset to default values, the iDRAC7
IP address is reset to 192.168.0.120. You can access iDRAC7 using
this IP, or reconfigure the iDRAC7 address using local RACADM or F2
(remote RACADM requires network access).
An error message appears if:
You do not have Server Control privilege to rollback any firmware
other than the iDRAC or Configure privilege to rollback iDRAC firmware.
Firmware rollback is already in-progress in another session.
Updates are staged to run or already in running state.
If Lifecycle Controller is disabled or in recovery state
and you try to perform a firmware rollback for any device other than
iDRAC, an appropriate warning message is displayed along with steps
to enable Lifecycle Controller.