I've added a new tool called 'ipmi-oem'. I've added it with the
intention that vendors will be able to add oem commands into it. This
way, there can be more friendly output than with ipmi-raw.
By oem commands, I do not mean things that are non-ipmi compliant, I
mean legitimate oem extensioned commands.
The only tiny issue with this new tool is that it absolutely nothing
right now. The oem command I wanted to stick in here as a start cannot
be put in there b/c I do not have enough information on it (I don't have
enough information on what all the hex values mean). However, I still
think it's something that will be needed as time goes on. Eventually
things will get filled into it.
High Performance Systems Division
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
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