[Freeipmi-devel] Re: [Freeipmi-users] Cat ate fish during bmc-config

2006-07-24 Thread Al Chu
Hi David,

I'm not too sure off the top of my head.  One of the other developers
might have a better idea.

Admittedly, I sometimes do the binary search thing with my input files
(comment out certain chunks, see if it works or not, etc).  

One of the developers has re-done bmc-config.  So we hope many of these
bugs will go away in freeipmi 0.3.0.

Al

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[Freeipmi-devel] Re: [Freeipmi-users] Cat ate fish during bmc-config

2006-06-13 Thread Albert Chu
Great.  A.B., Bala, any time frame on a fix?  Perhaps we can push this
in before a 0.2.2 release?

Al

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- Original Message -
From: Frank Hempel [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Date: Tuesday, June 13, 2006 8:31 am
Subject: Re: [Freeipmi-users] Cat ate fish during bmc-config

 That's it man! With the change it worked.
 
 Thank you!
 
 
 cu, Frank.
 
 Albert Chu schrieb:
  Hi Frank,
  
  Hmmm, it's erroring out before the checkout of the parameter
  Lan_Privilege_Limit.  And the string-capitalize indicates there 
 was an
  error in the input.  
  
  Hmmm.  I suppose it's possible the privilege level limit is 
 invalid and
  doesn't map to a value correctly, thus bmc-config errors out.  I'll
  submit a bug for the other FreeIPMI developers that work on that 
 part of
  the code.
  
  In the meantime, could you try tweaking the code to give it a 
 shot? (or
  if you want, just holler and I'll build you a test rpm.)
  
  Modify fish/extensions/bc-common.scm and change
  
  (define privilege-limit-values '((callback. 1)
   (user. 2)
  SNIP
   (no_access   . #xF)))
  
  to
  
  (define privilege-limit-values '((reserved. 0)
   (callback. 1)
   (user. 2)
  SNIP
   (no_access   . #xF)))
  
  then reinstall of course.
  
  My current bet is the default config of your BMC is invalid, and 
 thus confuses bmc-config.
  
  Thanks,
  Al
  
 
 
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[Freeipmi-devel] Re: [Freeipmi-users] Cat ate fish during bmc-config

2006-06-12 Thread Albert Chu
Hi Frank,

Hmmm, it's erroring out before the checkout of the parameter
Lan_Privilege_Limit.  And the string-capitalize indicates there was an
error in the input.  

Hmmm.  I suppose it's possible the privilege level limit is invalid and
doesn't map to a value correctly, thus bmc-config errors out.  I'll
submit a bug for the other FreeIPMI developers that work on that part of
the code.

In the meantime, could you try tweaking the code to give it a shot? (or
if you want, just holler and I'll build you a test rpm.)

Modify fish/extensions/bc-common.scm and change

(define privilege-limit-values '((callback. 1)
 (user. 2)
SNIP
 (no_access   . #xF)))

to

(define privilege-limit-values '((reserved. 0)
 (callback. 1)
 (user. 2)
SNIP
 (no_access   . #xF)))

then reinstall of course.

My current bet is the default config of your BMC is invalid, and thus
confuses bmc-config.

Thanks,
Al

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- Original Message -
From: Frank Hempel [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Date: Sunday, June 11, 2006 8:56 am
Subject: [Freeipmi-users] Cat ate fish during bmc-config

 Hello,
 
 I just installed freeIpmi (0.2.1) on an intel-based server with a bmc.
 Calling
 #bmc-config --checkout
 results in a cat ate fish situation with the output below.
 
 Could someone give me a hint what I might do totally wrong or 
 better 
 where should I start to debug or workaround?
 
 Thank you!
 Ciao, Frank.
 
 
 grizzly:/home/frank/install/ipmi/FreeIPMI/freeipmi-0.2.1# bmc-
 config 
 --checkout
 Section User1
 ## Give username
 Username NULL
 ## Possible values: Yes/No or blank to not set
 Enable_User
 ## Give password or leave it blank to clear password
 Password
 ## Possible values: Yes/No
 Lan_Enable_Ipmi_Msgs Yes
 ## Possible values: Yes/No
 Lan_Enable_Link_Auth Yes
 ## Possible values: Yes/No
 Lan_Enable_Restrict_To_Callback  No
 
 --:  --:  --: --:
 ~ ~   Cat ate the fish!!  ~ ~
 --:  --:  --: --:
 Fish Exception Handler:
 tag: wrong-type-arg
 throw args : (string-capitalize Wrong type argument in position ~A 
 (expecting ~A): ~S (1 STRINGP #f) #f)
 data   : [/usr/local/sbin/bmc-config]
 No backtrace available.
 
 
 grizzly:/home/frank/install/ipmi/FreeIPMI/freeipmi-0.2.1# bmc-info
 Device ID: 20
 Device Revision:   1
[SDR Support]
 Firmware Revision: 3.0
[Device Available (normal operation)]
 IPMI Version:  1.5
 Additional Device Support:
[Sensor Device]
[SDR Repository Device]
[SEL Device]
[FRU Inventory Device]
[IPMB Event Receiver]
[Chassis Device]
 Manufacturer ID:   1002B99h
 Product ID:1h
 Aux Firmware Revision Info: 700h
 Channel Information:
Channel No: 0
   Medium Type: SMBus v1.0/1.1
 Protocol Type: IPMI-SMBus
Channel No: 1
   Medium Type: IPMB (I2C)
 Protocol Type: IPMB-1.0
Channel No: 2
   Medium Type: Asynch. Serial/Modem (RS-232)
 Protocol Type: TMODE
Channel No: 3
   Medium Type: System Interface (KCS, SMIC, or BT)
 Protocol Type: SMIC
Channel No: 4
   Medium Type: System Interface (KCS, SMIC, or BT)
 Protocol Type: BT-15
Channel No: 5
   Medium Type: System Interface (KCS, SMIC, or BT)
 Protocol Type: KCS
Channel No: 6
   Medium Type: 802.3 LAN
 Protocol Type: IPMB-1.0
 
 
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