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07:18 oz_ha
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08:50 stockholmhi
08:50 stockholmdid anyone write a fai class for ipmi interfaces?
08:50 stockholmto configure their network etc?
09:12 eartoast_stockholm: well, i am using IPMI, but the IPMI-IP-config was done before running FAI
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09:12 eartoast_meaning: we requested that the company providing the hardware should set up the ipmi-net-config
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09:16 stockholmeartoast_: including passwords?
09:17 stockholmwe requested that too, but aparently they did not manage
09:17 eartoast_yep, including passwords...
10:19 stockholmipmitool can do stuff after all!
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10:24 pwr_sneaki've a problem regarding RAM, the FAI installer just sees 1GB of RAM (according to proc/meminfo) on my 2GB boxes. after installation it is the same. any idea why?
10:25 pwr_sneakits all on debian etch
10:25 pwr_sneak(deutsche antwort ist auch ok)
10:25 oz_pwr_sneak: what platform are you using?
10:26 oz_that can happen using a normal x86 kernel on AMD64 platform
10:26 oz_just use the appropriate kernel
10:26 pwr_sneakinteresting, thanks
10:27 pwr_sneakits a xeon cpu
10:30 oz_what does "uname -a" tell you?
10:30 oz_on Debian, you need some "bigmem" kernel, iirc
10:30 pwr_sneakLinux www02 2.6.25-2-486
10:31 oz_pwr_sneak: what does "apt-cache search 2.6.25 | grep bigmem" tell you?
10:32 pwr_sneaklinux-image-2.6-686-bigmem
10:32 oz_the do "apt-get install linux-image-2.6-686-bigmem"
10:32 oz_that should fix it
10:34 pwr_sneakdidn't know about this bigmem stuff, thanks
10:35 oz_I hope it works also for you
10:36 oz_i had that on a Intel(R) Xeon(TM) CPU 2.40GHz
10:36 pwr_sneakmine is Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU            3065  @ 2.33GHz
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12:22 pwr_sneakoz_: i've just testet linux-image-2.6-686 and this works also
12:22 pwr_sneakso no need for bigmem
12:23 pwr_sneakthe -486 default in FAI is just not appropriate
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13:47 oz_pwr_sneak: big mem is > 4GB I think
14:22 pwr_sneakoz_: yes, should be the PAE kernel for 32bit machines
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14:24 mawhinhey everyone. I'm trying to PXE boot a Dell 2950, with broadcom cards. The default FAI install kernel hangs with "bnx2: eth0: using MSI" - do I need to recompile the install kernel or am I just missing something easy?
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15:04 mawhin hey everyone. I'm trying to PXE boot a Dell 2950, with broadcom cards. The default FAI install kernel hangs with "bnx2: eth0: using MSI" - do I need to recompile the install kernel or am I just missing something easy?
15:22 pwr_sneakwhich install kernel are you using?
15:22 pwr_sneaki've had the same problem with 2.6.28-486
15:23 pwr_sneaksince i just hat to install three of this machines i decided to pxe boot the debian installer
15:23 pwr_sneakand did "fai softupdate" afterwards
15:24 mawhinI'm using vmlinuz-2.6.24-18-generic
15:24 mawhinand I'm trying to install ubuntu server...
15:26 pwr_sneakin debian the bnx2 depends on a firmware package which was moved to non-free in recent kernels
15:27 mawhinwhoah... So can I compile it into the kernel?
15:27 pwr_sneakshould be possible
15:27 pwr_sneakdon't ask me how ;)
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17:16 h01gerpwr_sneak, wiki.debian.org, search for pages with "kernel" in title
17:16 pwr_sneakthanks,
17:16 pwr_sneakmawhin was the on who wanted to compile modules
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19:42 mawhinstill stuck with dell 2950 pxe install, install kernel hangs when it gets to the network card
19:43 mawhinanyone got one of these to work this way?
Action: oz_ would like to kill a SLES10 install for a test but can't.
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21:44 glanceHOST -A Chost -a jpl.se
21:44 glanceerr.., sorry.
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