or –> We need to update the Firmware of the 5708 FCoE adapter, which is 2 levels late (last one is 010522): 010522 Short term firmware update plan for the open defects/features (Only to be installed if experiencing one of
This command will boot up a lpar (power it off if it’s on, so be careful), set up an ip address and will try to ping another ip (like the NIM master server), to test the network connectivity (thus to
Let’s check our adapter’s actual firmware woops, we are like 2 years late ! we can check that on IBM’s fix central, we need to download the latest version.
use this command : which generally gives the following output: There is no documentation about that command … By looking into /usr/lib/boot/bin/rc.powerfail_chrp, we can assume this : The first digit equals to : 0) => System under normal power conditions 1)
UPDATE : it seems that it is quite simplier with the following option : 🙂 Sometimes after a system update (say a technology level upgrade), you don’t get the right TL version with oslevel. For example I tried to update
on a VI/O Server as padmin :
Configure NTP on AIX check if the ntp server is available