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Huawei Server iBMC Redfish API Description 12

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Redfish Overview

Redfish Overview

Redfish is an HTTPS-based management standard that uses RESTful APIs for device management. Each HTTPS method submits or returns a resource in JSON format encoded in UTF-8. Similar to web applications that return HTML to browsers, RESTful APIs use the same transmission mechanism (HTTPS) to return data in JSON format to clients.

The Redfish's goal of addressing all the components in the data center with a consistent API adapts to the development trend towards universal software interfaces in the Internet industry. Redfish provides advantages, such as easy to use and high scalability. The same Redfish data model applies not only to traditional rack servers and blade servers, but also to new server systems. This is because a data model is designed to describe its service functions to clients and room is left for flexible design from the beginning.

All the Redfish features described in this document are based on Redfish version 1.0.2 and Schema 2016.1.

Resource Operations

Table 1-1 Operations supported by Redfish APIs

Operation

Description

GET resource URI

Returns information about the requested resource.

POST resource URI

Creates a resource or performs the specified action for a resource.

PATCH resource URI

Modifies resource properties.

DELETE resource URI

Deletes a resource.

Returned Status Code

Table 1-2 Status code description

Status Code

Description

200

The request is successful.

201

The resource is created successfully.

202

The task is created successfully.

400

Illegal request. An error occurs on the client, and an error message is returned.

401

Invalid user request.

403

The server rejects the request.

404

The requested resource does not exist.

405

The operation is not supported.

409

The request causes a conflict in the current state of the resources.

500

Server internal error.

501

The requested function is not available at present.

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