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FusionServer Pro Rack Server iBMC (V260 to V278) User Guide 13

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Import/Export

Import/Export

Function Description

On the Import/Export page, you can import and export iBMC, BIOS, and RAID controller card configuration files.

NOTE:
  • If KVM is enabled, the KVM encryption settings cannot be imported. There is no such restriction on other features.
  • RAID controller card configurations take effect only after the system power-on self-test (POST) is complete.
  • If the configuration items imported involve change of the TLS version or network configuration, the established web connections will be disconnected. If "Import failed" is displayed, log in to the iBMC WebUI again and check the operation log to determine whether the import is successful.
  • In the configuration file exported, passwords are not displayed in plain text. If you want to import the configuration file to another server, you need to configure user passwords before importing the file.
  • In the configuration file exported, the iBMC management network port IP address is commented out.

Only the administrator can information and export configuration files.

GUI

Choose Configuration from the menu, and select Import/Export from the navigation tree.



Procedure

Importing a Configuration File

NOTE:

In the configuration file exported through the iBMC WebUI, the passwords are not displayed in plain text.

  • If you want to import the configuration file to the same server, you do not need to reconfigure the passwords.
  • If you want to import the configuration file to another server, you need to configure the passwords in the file to be imported.
  1. (Optional) Configure the password in the configuration file to be imported.
    1. Use a text editor to open the configuration file to be imported, and locate the user name.
    2. Add the use password.

      For example, locate the user name mytest, as shown in Figure 3-33, and change ****** in PassWord to Info@9000.

      Figure 3-33 Configuration file before editing

    3. Delete the <!-- and --> comment tags before and after the PassWord, IsUserEnable, and IsUserLocked parameters.

      Figure 3-34 shows the configuration file after editing.

      Figure 3-34 Configuration file after editing

    4. Save and close the configuration file.
  2. In the Import Configuration area, click next to File and select the configuration file to be imported.
  3. Click Import.

    The configuration is successfully imported if "File imported successfully. The configuration will take effect after iBMC is restarted." is displayed.

  4. The configuration file is successfully uploaded to the server if the following information is displayed:
    File imported successfully. The configuration will take effect after iBMC is restarted.

    Click Restart Now to restart the iBMC immediately or click Restart Later to restart the iBMC later.

Exporting Configuration Files

  1. Click Export in the Export Configuration area, specify the directory for saving the file to be exported, and click OK.

    The configuration is successfully exported if "File exported successfully" is displayed.

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Updated: 2019-08-01

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