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According to manual, ipmi 2.0 over LAN should be supported on this device. Feel free to report bugs which occurs when fence_ipmilan is used.
We do not plan to include new fence agent in cases when they are already supported by existing fence agents.
See response to bug: 505020
The IPMI support provided by eRIC G4 isn't what you are assuming. In most cases it cannot actually be used.
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It is perhaps worth noting that this fencing agent will also work unmodified with the Raritan eRIC Express cards (very similar to eRIC G4 cards).
The eRIC G4 board is EOL.
Let´s try to get hw in the house for a generic agent.
i just submitted via git addition of a raritan agent for basic power on / off support. Tested working for telnet connectivity on a raritan dominion px (DPXS12-20) with firmware 01.03.05
@David: Please to which git tree?
Link? Is it different/better from the one I wrote, attached in RHBZ 505020 some 5 years ago?
master tree (above submission IDs)
Gordan I doubt it is better than what you wrote, this is for basic power on/off support only.
Did you push changes to upstream? I can't find them on the web/git
Support for Raritan is now part of upstream release - 4.0.8