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1.1Notational Conventions
2PRIMERGY BX Blade Server Systems – Overview
2.1The Blade Server Concept
2.2Blade Server Management
2.2.1Features of the ServerView Management Blade
2.2.2Redundancy of the ServerView Management Blade
2.2.3Console Redirection
3Telnet Interface
3.1Entering the console mode
3.2Console main menu
3.3Management Agent
3.3.1Management Agent Information
3.3.2Management Blade
3.3.3System Information
3.3.4Server Blade Blade Control Information Blade Information Blade CPU Blade Memory Blade Voltage Table Blade Temperature Blade NIC Information Blade Watch Dog
3.3.5Storage Blade
3.3.6Connection Blade
3.3.7User Management
3.3.8Blue Screen
3.3.9Event Log Blade Event Log Blade Event Log Table Blade Power On/Off Event Log Enable Blade Wrap Around Event Log Enable All Event Log to USB Device
3.3.10Set System Default
3.3.11Server Blade CMOS Backup/Restore
3.3.12Power Consumption
3.3.13Active Directory Authentication
3.3.14VLAN Information
3.3.15I2C Bus Management
3.3.16Management Blade Configuration Backup/Restore
3.5Console Redirection
3.8Change Management Role To Slave
3.9Reboot Management Blade
3.10System Information Dump
3.11Command Line Interface
3.12Account Management
4Web User Interface
4.2The Start Page
4.3.1System (Status Overview)
4.3.2System Unit
4.3.3Management Blades
4.3.4Server Blades
4.3.5Storage Blades
4.3.6Connection Blades
4.3.7Rear Fan Units
4.3.8Power Supplies
4.4.1Asset Overview
4.4.2Logging Log
4.4.3System Information Dump
4.4.4Dump Post Mortem
Dump Post Mortem
4.5.1Local Service Display
4.5.2Power Management
4.5.3User Management Users Local User Account Users Session Information
4.5.4Backup/Restoration Management Management – BIOS Management – iRMC
4.5.5Firmware Update
4.5.6Certificate Handling Certificate Certificate
4.6.1System Unit Interface Time
4.6.4Base Configuration Wizard
5Power Management
5.1Power Consumption display
5.2Control via tabs
5.2.1Monitoring tab
5.2.2Control tab
5.2.3Configuration tab Mode Dynamic Mode
6User Management
6.1Configuring an Active Directory Server
2. Manual creation of an LDAP structure (based on Microsoft Active Directory)
6.2Configuring an openLDAP Server
6.3Configuring an eDirectory Server
6.3.1Installation and Setup of eDirectory Components Requirements of eDirectory
6.3.3Configuring the LDAP structure
6.3.4Settings on the Management Blade
6.3.5Logging in on the Management Blade as an LDAP user
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