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FusionServer G5500 Server iBMC (V300 or Later) User Guide 04

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Overview

Overview

The Overview page provides basic information about the server, virtual buttons, and common operation shortcuts.

GUI

Choose Information from the main menu, and select Overview from the navigation tree.

The Overview page is displayed.

The Overview page consists of four areas, as shown in Figure 3-3.

Table 3-2 describes the information displayed in each area.

Figure 3-3  Overview page

Parameter Description

Table 3-2  Description of the Overview page

No.

Area

Displayed Information

1

Basic Info

Provides brief information about the server, including:

  • Product Name: indicates the server model.
  • Product Serial Number: indicates the server serial number.
  • IP Address: indicates the IP address for logging in to the iBMC.
  • iBMC Firmware Version: indicates the iBMC firmware version.
  • BIOS Firmware Version: indicates the basic input/output system (BIOS) firmware version.
  • GUID: indicates the globally unique identifier (GUID) of the server.
  • Max Web Sessions: indicates the maximum number of users allowed to access the iBMC WebUI at the same time.
  • Online Users: indicates the number of online users.

    For example, 4 (Web: 1; CLI: 2; Redfish: 1) indicates that there are four online users: one that has logged in through the web interface, two through the command line interface, and one through Redfish.

  • Power Status: Green indicates that the server OS is started. Gray indicates that the server OS is shut down.
  • Health Indicator Status: shows the server health status. The indicator status is the same as that on the server.
  • UID Indicator Status: pinpoints the location of the server in a chassis. The indicator status is the same as that on the server.
  • Critical Alarms: indicates the total number of critical alarms.

    A critical alarm may power off the server, and even interrupt system services. You must take corrective action immediately.

  • Major Alarms: indicates the total number of major alarms.

    A major alarm has a major impact on the system. It affects the normal operating of the system or may cause service interruption.

  • Minor Alarms: indicates the total number of minor alarms.

    A minor alarm has a minor impact on the system, but you need to take corrective action as soon as possible to prevent a more severe alarm.

2

Virtual Buttons

Provides virtual buttons that are commonly used.

  • Power control

    • Power On: Power on the server.
    • Power Off: Power off the server.
    • Forced Power Off: Forcibly power off the server.
  • UID indicator

    • Steady On: Activate the UID indicator to pinpoint the location of the server in a chassis.
    • Blink: Distinguishes the server from multiple servers that have also been located.
    • Off: Deactivate the UID indicator.

3

Shortcuts

Provides shortcuts for the following operations:

  • Local Users
  • Network
  • Power Control
  • Upgrade
  • One-Click Info Collection

    For details about the data collected, see One-Click Information Collection.

  • Restore Factory Settings

    The settings restored include but not limited to the following:

    • Serial port connection status
    • Power capping settings
    • LDAP and SSL certificates uploaded (the certificates will be deleted)
    • User names, passwords, validity periods, user group settings, and user lockout settings
    • IP address assignment mode, IP addresses, subnet masks, and default gateways
    • SNMP settings
    • SNMP trap and SNMP settings for alarm reporting

    The LDAP and SSL certificates uploaded by users will be deleted after the factory settings are restored.

  • Remote Control

4

Energy Efficiency

Displays energy saving information of the server.

  • Energy Savings: displays the energy saving rate of the server.
  • Power Savings: indicates the power saved by the server.
  • Carbon Footprint Reduction: indicates the carbon emission reduced by the server.
NOTE:
  • Energy Savings is a comprehensive indicator. It is 5% by default.
  • Power Savings = Actual power consumption x (1/(1 - Energy Savings) -1)
  • The saving of 1 kWh power equals reduction of 0.997 kg carbon dioxide emissions.

To refresh energy saving statistics, choose Power > Power Capping and click Reset Statistics.

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Updated: 2018-10-31

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