Thông tin sản phẩm Dell iDRAC8 Enterprise integrated Dell Remote Access Controller
The Integrated Dell Remote Access Controller (iDRAC) is
designed to make server administrators more productive and improve the overall
availability of Dell servers. iDRAC alerts administrators to server issues,
helps them perform remote server management, and reduces the need for physical
access to the server.
iDRAC with Lifecycle controller technology is part of a
larger datacenter solution that helps keep business critical applications and
workloads available at all times. The technology allows administrators to
deploy, monitor, manage, configure, update, troubleshoot and remediate Dell
servers from any location, and without the use of agents. It accomplishes this
regardless of operating system or hypervisor presence or state.
Inventory and Monitoring
managed server health.
and monitor network adapters and storage subsystem (PERC and direct
attached storage) without any operating system agents.
and export system inventory.
sensor information such as temperature, voltage, and intrusion.
CPU state, processor automatic throttling, and predictive failure.
and control power usage.
for SNMPv3 gets.
blade servers: launch Chassis Management Controller (CMC) Web interface,
view CMC information, and WWN/MAC addresses.
provides access to iDRAC through the M1000E Chassis LCD panel and local
console connections. For more information, see Chassis Management
Controller User’s Guide available at dell.com/support/manuals.
network interfaces available on host operating systems.
inventory and monitor information and configure basic iDRAC settings using
iDRAC Quick Sync feature and a mobile device.
vFlash SD card partitions.
front panel display settings.
iDRAC network settings.
and use virtual console and virtual media.
operating systems using remote file share, virtual media, and VMCLI.
server configuration using the export or import XML profile feature
through RACADM and WS-MAN. For more information, see the Lifecycle
Controller Remote Services Quick Start Guide.
persistence policy for virtual addresses, initiator, and storage targets.
configure storage devices attached to the system at run-time.
the following operations for storage devices:
disks: Assign or unassign physical disk as a global hot spare.
virtual disks cache policies.
virtual disk consistency.
or unassign dedicated hot spare.
or auto-import foreign configuration.
or change security keys.
and remotely monitor the health of PCIe SSD devices in the server.
the PCIe SSD to be removed.
erase the data.
the backplane mode (unified or split mode).
or unblink component LEDs.
the device settings immediately, at next system reboot, at a scheduled
time, or as a pending operation to be applied as a batch as part of the
BIOS and device firmware for devices supported by Lifecycle Controller.
or rollback iDRAC firmware and lifecycle controller firmware using a
single firmware image.
and restore server profile.
iDRAC interface over direct USB connection.
iDRAC using Server Configuration Profiles on USB device.
power related operations and monitor power consumption.
system performance and power consumption by modifying the thermal
dependency on OpenManage Server Administrator for generation of alerts.
event data: Lifecycle and RAC logs.
email alerts, IPMI alerts, remote system logs, WS eventing logs, and SNMP
traps (v1, v2c, and v3) for events and improved email alert notification.
last system crash image.
boot and crash capture videos.
monitor and alert the performance index of CPU, memory, and I/O modules.
warning threshold for inlet temperature and power consumption.
iDRAC Service Module to:
Operating System (OS) information.
Lifecycle Controller logs to operating system logs.
system recovery options.
Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) information.
with Technical Support Report. This is applicable only if iDRAC Service
Module Version 2.0 or later is installed. For more information, see Generating
Tech Support Report.