On Mon, 2007-06-25 at 17:48 -0600, Levi Pearson wrote:
> On Mon, 2007-06-25 at 16:35 -0700, Al Chu wrote:
> > There currently isn't a road-map, just b/c we haven't had a need. We'd
> > gladly welcome support.
> > I guess somewhere within ipmi-sel we'd have to run the get device id
> > command (I think that's the one) which can get the manufacturer id.
> > Then within the sel-output, just do some if statements to convert OEM
> > sel entries as appropriate.
> > This is of course quite high level thought. Is this what you were
> > thinking of?
> > Al
> Yes, more or less. I was actually thinking of specifying the
> manufacturer on the command line, but reading it via IPMI would be
> better. I can poke around and see what I think would be the best way to
> do it and run it by the list, or if you've got a good idea of the
> details already, I could start there. I've got a couple more things on
> my plate to get to before that, so there's no rush.
I don't have any machines with OEM codes + information on how to
interpret those codes, so what you come up with will likely be the best
to start out with :-)
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