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FusionServer Tools 2.0 uMate User Guide 36

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Scenarios

Configure the number of threads and the IPMI, SNMP, SSH, and VMM protocols required when uMate is used.

Prerequisites

Conditions

None

Data

No data preparation is required for this operation.

Procedure

  1. Use the Notepad++ or Ultraedit tool to edit the SystemConfig.ini file in D:\FusionServer Tools-uMate-Win-V149\config by referring to Table 3-2, as shown in Figure 3-3.

    Figure 3-3 SystemConfig.ini
    Table 3-2 Configuration items

    Configuration Item

    Description

    Value Range

    Remarks

    thread_count

    Specifies the number of threads to be executed concurrently for functions except inspection.

    1 to 50

    The default value 20 is recommended.

    Default value: 20

    inspect_thread_count

    Specifies the number of threads to be executed concurrently for the inspection function.

    1 to 50

    If the value is set be the user, the CPU usage of PCs during the inspection process may be too high.

    Default value: 0

    The value is the number of CPU cores of PCs where inspection is performed minus 1.

    protocol_IPMI_LAN_RMCP_enabled

    Specifies whether IPMI LAN (RMCP) is enabled.

    • 0: Disabled
    • 1: Enabled

    Insecure protocol

    Default value: 1

    protocol_IPMI_LAN_RMCP+_enabled

    Specifies whether IPMI LAN (RMCP+) is enabled.

    • 0: Disabled
    • 1: Enabled

    Secure protocol

    Default value: 1

    protocol_SNMP_V1_enabled

    Specifies whether SNMP V1 is enabled.

    • 0: Disabled
    • 1: Enabled

    Insecure protocol

    Default value: 0

    protocol_SNMP_V2c_enabled

    Specifies whether SNMP V2C is enabled.

    • 0: Disabled
    • 1: Enabled

    Insecure protocol

    Default value: 0

    protocol_SNMP_MD5_enabled

    Specifies whether the MD5 authentication algorithm is enabled.

    • 0: Disabled
    • 1: Enabled

    Insecure protocol

    Default value: 1

    protocol_SNMP_SHA_enabled

    Specifies whether the SHA authentication algorithm is enabled.

    • 0: Disabled
    • 1: Enabled

    Secure protocol

    Default value: 1

    protocol_SNMP_DES_enabled

    Specifies whether the DES encryption algorithm is enabled.

    • 0: Disabled
    • 1: Enabled

    Insecure protocol

    Default value: 1

    protocol_SNMP_AES_enabled

    Specifies whether the AES encryption algorithm is enabled.

    • 0: Disabled
    • 1: Enabled

    Secure protocol

    Default value: 1

    protocol_SSH_enabled

    Specifies whether SSH is enabled.

    • 0: Disabled
    • 1: Enabled

    Secure protocol

    Default value: 1

    protocol_VMM_enabled

    Specifies whether to allow ports to be mounted via virtual media.

    • 0: Disabled
    • 1: Enabled

    Secure protocol

    Default value: 1

    InnerMsgPort

    Internal communication port for mounting virtual media

    Value range: 1 to 65535

    -

    Default value: 12312

    InnerMsgTimeout

    Specifies the maximum time (in minutes) allowed to mount a virtual medium.

    NOTE:

    If no virtual medium is mounted or no operation is performed on the mounted virtual medium, the virtual media mounting service will be automatically stopped after this time period.

    Value range: 0 to 43200

    The value 0 indicates that there is no timeout limit.

    Default value: 60

    • Enabling any insecure protocol listed in Table 4-30 may increase security risks. Secure protocols are preferred.
    • If both protocol_IPMI_LAN_RMCP_enabled and protocol_IPMI_LAN_RMCP+_enabled are set to 0 (disabled), uMate cannot access the server using IPMI commands and certain functions may be affected.
    • If both protocol_SNMP_MD5_enabled and protocol_SNMP_SHA_enabled are set to 0 (disabled), uMate cannot access the server using SNMPv3 commands and all SNMP functions may be affected.
    • If both protocol_SNMP_DES_enabled and protocol_SNMP_AES_enabled are set to 0 (disabled), uMate cannot access the server using SNMPv3 commands and certain functions may be affected.
    NOTE:

    The setting takes effect immediately.

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Updated: 2019-05-17

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