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On Tuesday December 21, 2010, Hicham Gibet Tani wrote:
> Good evening everybody,
> We are installing xCAT in an ordinary PC (x86_64) and we are experiencing
> some problems with the “rpower” command that returned an output saying the
> connection is refused.
> We are not experts in xCAT but we are hoping to get you assistance.
> Thank you
> 2010/12/21 Henry E Schaffer <h...@unity.ncsu.edu>
> > Josh Thompson writes:
> > > ... but as far as I know, it can control
> > > bladecenters and anything that can be controlled via IPMI.
> > >
> > Since Ehsan Shahrokhi asked about
> > > > Does xcat support other x86 hardwares of servers such as ordinary
> > > > pc's
> > and
> > > > servers? ...
> > It's probably worth noting that many (most, all?) ordinary pc's don't
> > support IPMI, and not all servers do - and even boxes which support IPMI
> > may not support it in exactly the way xCAT expects.
> > --
> > --henry schaffer
North Carolina State University
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