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Specify default values to FreeIPMI.

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2018-08-09
FREEIPMI(5) Configuration FREEIPMI(5)

NAME

freeipmi.conf - specify default values to FreeIPMI

DESCRIPTION

The FreeIPMI configuration file can be used to set alternate default values to many FreeIPMI tools so values don't have to be configured on the command line. This allows users to avoid typing in a long list of command line options everytime a command is exe‐ cuted. It can also be used to hide usernames, passwords, and other sensitive information from the ps(1) command. Currently, the tools that can be configured with the configuration file are: bmc- device(8), bmc-info(8), bmc-watchdog(8), ipmi-chassis(8), ipmi-config(8), ipmi-fru(8), ipmi-oem(8), ipmi-pet(8), ipmi-raw(8), ipmi-sel(8), ipmi-sensors(8), ipmiconsole(8), and ipmipower(8). By default, the configuration file is stored at /etc/freeipmi//freeipmi.conf. But users may select a different configuration file at the command line with the --config-file option. Values specified on the command line override the configuration values specified in the configuration file.

FORMAT

The configuration options that can be specified in the configuration file are listed below. Each configuration option must be listed on a separate line. Arguments for an option are separated by any amount of whitespace. Multiple arguments are also separated by whitespace. Comments can be marked by using the pound sign ("#") character, and lines can be continued on the next using backslash ("\"). Note that it is possible to list the username, password and other potentially sensitive information in the configuration file. If this data is stored in a configuration file, system administrators should limit access to this file.

GENERAL OPTIONS

The following options are options generally available to all tools, although specific options may be ignored by some. (For example, ipmiconsole(8) and ipmipower(8) do not per‐ form in-band communication, therefore they would ignore in-band communication options. Similarly bmc-watchdog(8) does not perform out-of-band communication, therefore it would ignore all out-of-band options). driver-type IPMIDRIVER Specify the default driver type to use. disable-auto-probe ENABLE|DISABLE Specify if IPMI devices should be probed for default settings. driver-address DRIVER-ADDRESS Specify the default in-band driver address to use. driver-device DEVICE Specify the default in-band driver device path to use. register-spacing REGISTER-SPACING Specify the default in-band driver register spacing to use. target-channel-number CHANNEL-NUMBER Specify the default in-band driver target channel number. target-slave-address SLAVE-ADDRESS Specify the default in-band driver target slave address. username USERNAME Specify the default username to use. password PASSWORD Specify the default password to use. k_g str Specify the default BMC key (K_g) to use. Prefix with '0x' to enter the key in hex. session-timeout MILLISECONDS Specify the default session timeout length to use in milliseconds. retransmission-timeout MILLISECONDS Specify the default retransmission timeout length to use in milliseconds. authentication-type AUTHENTICATION-TYPE Specify the default authentication type to use. The following authentication types are supported: NONE, STRAIGHT_PASSWORD_KEY, MD2, and MD5. cipher-suite-id CIPHER-SUITE-ID Specify the default cipher suite id to use. The following cipher suite ids are sup‐ ported: 0, 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 11, 12. privilege-level PRIVILEGE-LEVEL Specify the default privilege type to use. The following privilege levels are sup‐ ported: USER, OPERATOR, ADMIN. workaround-flags WORKAROUNDS Specify default workaround flags to use. Multiple workarounds can be specified sep‐ arated by whitespace. Please see tool manpages for details about available work‐ arounds for each tool. The following workarounds are supported: assumeio, spinpoll, idzero, forcepermsg, unexpectedauth, endianseq, noauthcodecheck, authcap, nocheck‐ sumcheck, intel20, supermicro20, sun20, opensesspriv, integritycheckvalue, assumemaxsdrrecordcount, solpayloadsize, solport, solstatus, solchannelsupport, serialalertsdeferred, solpacketseq, skipchecks, assumesystemevent, discretereading, ignorescanningdisabled, assumebmcowner, ignoreauthcode, slowcommit, veryslowcommit, solchannelassumelanchannel, ignorestateflag, malformedack, guidformat, ipmiping.

SDR OPTIONS

The following options are specific to tools that use the sensor data repository (SDR). They will be ignored by all other tools. quiet-cache ENABLE|DISABLE Specify if cache creation/deletion information should not be output by default. sdr-cache-directory DIRECTORY Specify the default sdr cache directory to use.

TIME OPTIONS

The following options are specific to tools that may output time values. They will be ignored by all other tools. utc-to-localtime ENABLE|DISABLE Specify if time should be converted from assumed UTC to localtime by default. localtime-to-utc ENABLE|DISABLE Specify if time should be converted from localtime to UTC by default. utc-offset-fR SECONDS Specify a default UTC offset to be added to timestamps.

HOSTRANGED OPTIONS

The following options are specific to tools that support hostranged output. They will be ignored by all other tools. buffer-output ENABLE|DISABLE Specify if hostranged output should be buffered by default. consolidate-output ENABLE|DISABLE Specify if hostranged output should be consolidated by default. fanout COUNT Specify the default multiple host fanout to use. eliminate ENABLE|DISABLE Specify if undetected hosts should be eliminated by default. always-prefix ENABLE|DISABLE Specify if output should be always prefixed by default. BMC-DEVICE OPTIONS The following options are specific to bmc-device(8). They will be ignored by other tools. bmc-device-username USERNAME Specify the default username to use for bmc-device(8). If specified, will override the general option username above. bmc-device-password PASSWORD Specify the default password to use for bmc-device(8). If specified, will override the general option password above. bmc-device-k_g str Specify the default BMC key (K_g) to use for bmc-device(8). If specified, will override the general option k_g above. Prefix with '0x' to enter the key in hex. bmc-device-authentication-type AUTHENTICATION-TYPE Specify the default authentication type to use for bmc-device(8). If specified, will override the general option authentication-type above. The following authenti‐ cation types are supported: NONE, STRAIGHT_PASSWORD_KEY, MD2, and MD5. bmc-device-cipher-suite-id CIPHER-SUITE-ID Specify the default cipher suite id to use for bmc-device(8). If specified, will override the general option cipher-suite-id above. The following cipher suite ids are supported: 0, 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 11, 12. bmc-device-privilege-level PRIVILEGE-LEVEL Specify the default privilege type to use for bmc-device(8). If specified, will override the general option privilege-level above. The following privilege levels are supported: USER, OPERATOR, ADMIN. bmc-device-workaround-flags WORKAROUNDS Specify default workaround flags to use for bmc-device(8). If specified, will override the general options workaround-flags above. Multiple workarounds can be specified separated by whitespace. Please see bmc-device(8) manpage for available workarounds. BMC-INFO OPTIONS The following options are specific to bmc-info(8). They will be ignored by other tools. bmc-info-username USERNAME Specify the default username to use for bmc-info(8). If specified, will override the general option username above. bmc-info-password PASSWORD Specify the default password to use for bmc-info(8). If specified, will override the general option password above. bmc-info-k_g str Specify the default BMC key (K_g) to use for bmc-info(8). If specified, will over‐ ride the general option k_g above. Prefix with '0x' to enter the key in hex. bmc-info-authentication-type AUTHENTICATION-TYPE Specify the default authentication type to use for bmc-info(8). If specified, will override the general option authentication-type above. The following authentication types are supported: NONE, STRAIGHT_PASSWORD_KEY, MD2, and MD5. bmc-info-cipher-suite-id CIPHER-SUITE-ID Specify the default cipher suite id to use for bmc-info(8). If specified, will override the general option cipher-suite-id above. The following cipher suite ids are supported: 0, 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 11, 12. bmc-info-privilege-level PRIVILEGE-LEVEL Specify the default privilege type to use for bmc-info(8). If specified, will override the general option privilege-level above. The following privilege levels are supported: USER, OPERATOR, ADMIN. bmc-info-workaround-flags WORKAROUNDS Specify default workaround flags to use for bmc-info(8). If specified, will over‐ ride the general options workaround-flags above. Multiple workarounds can be speci‐ fied separated by whitespace. Please see bmc-info(8) manpage for available work‐ arounds. bmc-info-interpret-oem-data ENABLE|DISABLE Specify if bmc-info should attempt to interpret OEM data by default or not. BMC-WATCHDOG OPTIONS The following options are specific to bmc-watchdog(8). They will be ignored by other tools. bmc-watchdog-workaround-flags WORKAROUNDS Specify default workaround flags to use for bmc-watchdog(8). If specified, will override the general options workaround-flags above. Multiple workarounds can be specified separated by whitespace. Please see bmc-watchdog(8) manpage for avail‐ able workarounds. bmc-watchdog-verbose-logging ENABLE|DISABLE Specify if logging will be verbose by default. bmc-watchdog-no-logging ENABLE|DISABLE Specify if logging will be disabled by default. IPMI-CHASSIS OPTIONS The following options are specific to ipmi-chassis(8). They will be ignored by other tools. ipmi-chassis-username USERNAME Specify the default username to use for ipmi-chassis(8). If specified, will over‐ ride the general option username above. ipmi-chassis-password PASSWORD Specify the default password to use for ipmi-chassis(8). If specified, will over‐ ride the general option password above. ipmi-chassis-k_g str Specify the default BMC key (K_g) to use for ipmi-chassis(8). If specified, will override the general option k_g above. Prefix with '0x' to enter the key in hex. ipmi-chassis-authentication-type AUTHENTICATION-TYPE Specify the default authentication type to use for ipmi-chassis(8). If specified, will override the general option authentication-type above. The following authenti‐ cation types are supported: NONE, STRAIGHT_PASSWORD_KEY, MD2, and MD5. ipmi-chassis-cipher-suite-id CIPHER-SUITE-ID Specify the default cipher suite id to use for ipmi-chassis(8). If specified, will override the general option cipher-suite-id above. The following cipher suite ids are supported: 0, 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 11, 12. ipmi-chassis-privilege-level PRIVILEGE-LEVEL Specify the default privilege type to use for ipmi-chassis(8). If specified, will override the general option privilege-level above. The following privilege levels are supported: USER, OPERATOR, ADMIN. ipmi-chassis-workaround-flags WORKAROUNDS Specify default workaround flags to use for ipmi-chassis(8). If specified, will override the general options workaround-flags above. Multiple workarounds can be specified separated by whitespace. Please see ipmi-chassis(8) manpage for avail‐ able workarounds. IPMI-CONFIG OPTIONS The following options are specific to ipmi-config(8). They will be ignored by other tools. ipmi-config-username USERNAME Specify the default username to use for ipmi-config(8). If specified, will over‐ ride the general option username above. ipmi-config-password PASSWORD Specify the default password to use for ipmi-config(8). If specified, will over‐ ride the general option password above. ipmi-config-k_g str Specify the default IPMI key (K_g) to use for ipmi-config(8). If specified, will override the general option k_g above. Prefix with '0x' to enter the key in hex. ipmi-config-authentication-type AUTHENTICATION-TYPE Specify the default authentication type to use for ipmi-config(8). If specified, will override the general option authentication-type above. The following authenti‐ cation types are supported: NONE, STRAIGHT_PASSWORD_KEY, MD2, and MD5. ipmi-config-cipher-suite-id CIPHER-SUITE-ID Specify the default cipher suite id to use for ipmi-config(8). If specified, will override the general option cipher-suite-id above. The following cipher suite ids are supported: 0, 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 11, 12. ipmi-config-privilege-level PRIVILEGE-LEVEL Specify the default privilege type to use for ipmi-config(8). If specified, will override the general option privilege-level above. The following privilege levels are supported: USER, OPERATOR, ADMIN. ipmi-config-workaround-flags WORKAROUNDS Specify default workaround flags to use for ipmi-config(8). If specified, will override the general options workaround-flags above. Multiple workarounds can be specified separated by whitespace. Please see ipmi-config(8) manpage for available workarounds. ipmi-config-verbose-count COUNT Specify default verbose count to use for ipmi-config(8). IPMI-DCMI OPTIONS The following options are specific to ipmi-dcmi(8). They will be ignored by other tools. ipmi-dcmi-username USERNAME Specify the default username to use for ipmi-dcmi(8). If specified, will override the general option username above. ipmi-dcmi-password PASSWORD Specify the default password to use for ipmi-dcmi(8). If specified, will override the general option password above. ipmi-dcmi-k_g str Specify the default BMC key (K_g) to use for ipmi-dcmi(8). If specified, will override the general option k_g above. Prefix with '0x' to enter the key in hex. ipmi-dcmi-authentication-type AUTHENTICATION-TYPE Specify the default authentication type to use for ipmi-dcmi(8). If specified, will override the general option authentication-type above. The following authenti‐ cation types are supported: NONE, STRAIGHT_PASSWORD_KEY, MD2, and MD5. ipmi-dcmi-cipher-suite-id CIPHER-SUITE-ID Specify the default cipher suite id to use for ipmi-dcmi(8). If specified, will override the general option cipher-suite-id above. The following cipher suite ids are supported: 0, 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 11, 12. ipmi-dcmi-privilege-level PRIVILEGE-LEVEL Specify the default privilege type to use for ipmi-dcmi(8). If specified, will override the general option privilege-level above. The following privilege levels are supported: USER, OPERATOR, ADMIN. ipmi-dcmi-workaround-flags WORKAROUNDS Specify default workaround flags to use for ipmi-dcmi(8). If specified, will over‐ ride the general options workaround-flags above. Multiple workarounds can be speci‐ fied separated by whitespace. Please see ipmi-dcmi(8) manpage for available work‐ arounds. ipmi-dcmi-interpret-oem-data ENABLE|DISABLE Specify if ipmi-dcmi should attempt to interpret OEM data by default or not. IPMI-FRU OPTIONS The following options are specific to ipmi-fru(8). They will be ignored by other tools. ipmi-fru-username USERNAME Specify the default username to use for ipmi-fru(8). If specified, will override the general option username above. ipmi-fru-password PASSWORD Specify the default password to use for ipmi-fru(8). If specified, will override the general option password above. ipmi-fru-k_g str Specify the default BMC key (K_g) to use for ipmi-fru(8). If specified, will over‐ ride the general option k_g above. Prefix with '0x' to enter the key in hex. ipmi-fru-authentication-type AUTHENTICATION-TYPE Specify the default authentication type to use for ipmi-fru(8). If specified, will override the general option authentication-type above. The following authentication types are supported: NONE, STRAIGHT_PASSWORD_KEY, MD2, and MD5. ipmi-fru-cipher-suite-id CIPHER-SUITE-ID Specify the default cipher suite id to use for ipmi-fru(8). If specified, will override the general option cipher-suite-id above. The following cipher suite ids are supported: 0, 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 11, 12. ipmi-fru-privilege-level PRIVILEGE-LEVEL Specify the default privilege type to use for ipmi-fru(8). If specified, will override the general option privilege-level above. The following privilege levels are supported: USER, OPERATOR, ADMIN. ipmi-fru-workaround-flags WORKAROUNDS Specify default workaround flags to use for ipmi-fru(8). If specified, will over‐ ride the general options workaround-flags above. Multiple workarounds can be speci‐ fied separated by whitespace. Please see ipmi-fru(8) manpage for available work‐ arounds. ipmi-fru-verbose-count COUNT Specify default verbose count to use for ipmi-fru(8). ipmi-fru-bridge-fru ENABLE|DISABLE Specify if FRU entries on other controllers should be read by default or not. ipmi-fru-interpret-oem-data ENABLE|DISABLE Specify if ipmi-fru should attempt to interpret OEM data by default or not. IPMI-OEM OPTIONS The following options are specific to ipmi-oem(8). They will be ignored by other tools. ipmi-oem-username USERNAME Specify the default username to use for ipmi-oem(8). If specified, will override the general option username above. ipmi-oem-password PASSWORD Specify the default password to use for ipmi-oem(8). If specified, will override the general option password above. ipmi-oem-k_g str Specify the default BMC key (K_g) to use for ipmi-oem(8). If specified, will over‐ ride the general option k_g above. Prefix with '0x' to enter the key in hex. ipmi-oem-authentication-type AUTHENTICATION-TYPE Specify the default authentication type to use for ipmi-oem(8). If specified, will override the general option authentication-type above. The following authentication types are supported: NONE, STRAIGHT_PASSWORD_KEY, MD2, and MD5. ipmi-oem-cipher-suite-id CIPHER-SUITE-ID Specify the default cipher suite id to use for ipmi-oem(8). If specified, will override the general option cipher-suite-id above. The following cipher suite ids are supported: 0, 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 11, 12. ipmi-oem-privilege-level PRIVILEGE-LEVEL Specify the default privilege type to use for ipmi-oem(8). If specified, will override the general option privilege-level above. The following privilege levels are supported: USER, OPERATOR, ADMIN. ipmi-oem-workaround-flags WORKAROUNDS Specify default workaround flags to use for ipmi-oem(8). If specified, will over‐ ride the general options workaround-flags above. Multiple workarounds can be speci‐ fied separated by whitespace. Please see ipmi-oem(8) manpage for available work‐ arounds. ipmi-oem-verbose-count COUNT Specify default verbose count to use for ipmi-oem(8). IPMI-PET OPTIONS The following options are specific to ipmi-pet(8). They will be ignored by other tools. ipmi-pet-username USERNAME Specify the default username to use for ipmi-pet(8). If specified, will override the general option username above. ipmi-pet-password PASSWORD Specify the default password to use for ipmi-pet(8). If specified, will override the general option password above. ipmi-pet-k_g str Specify the default BMC key (K_g) to use for ipmi-pet(8). If specified, will over‐ ride the general option k_g above. Prefix with '0x' to enter the key in hex. ipmi-pet-authentication-type AUTHENTICATION-TYPE Specify the default authentication type to use for ipmi-pet(8). If specified, will override the general option authentication-type above. The following authentication types are supported: NONE, STRAIGHT_PASSWORD_KEY, MD2, and MD5. ipmi-pet-cipher-suite-id CIPHER-SUITE-ID Specify the default cipher suite id to use for ipmi-pet(8). If specified, will override the general option cipher-suite-id above. The following cipher suite ids are supported: 0, 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 11, 12. ipmi-pet-privilege-level PRIVILEGE-LEVEL Specify the default privilege type to use for ipmi-pet(8). If specified, will override the general option privilege-level above. The following privilege levels are supported: USER, OPERATOR, ADMIN. ipmi-pet-workaround-flags WORKAROUNDS Specify default workaround flags to use for ipmi-pet(8). If specified, will over‐ ride the general options workaround-flags above. Multiple workarounds can be speci‐ fied separated by whitespace. Please see ipmi-pet(8) manpage for available work‐ arounds. ipmi-pet-verbose-count COUNT Specify default verbose count to use for ipmi-pet(8). ipmi-pet-output-event-severity ENABLE|DISABLE Specify if ipmi-pet should output the event severity state by default. ipmi-pet-output-event-state ENABLE|DISABLE Specify if ipmi-pet should output the event state state by default. ipmi-pet-event-state-config-file FILE Specify the default event state configuration file. ipmi-pet-interpret-oem-data ENABLE|DISABLE Specify if ipmi-pet should attempt to interpret OEM data by default or not. ipmi-pet-entity-sensor-names ENABLE|DISABLE Specify if output of sensor names should include entity ids and instances by default or not. ipmi-pet-no-sensor-type-output ENABLE|DISABLE Specify if output of the sensor type should be output by default or not. ipmi-pet-comma-separated-output ENABLE|DISABLE Specify if output should be comma separated by default or not. ipmi-pet-no-header-output ENABLE|DISABLE Specify if column headers should be output by default or not. ipmi-pet-non-abbreviated-units ENABLE|DISABLE Specify if output should have units abbreviated by default or not. IPMI-RAW OPTIONS The following options are specific to ipmi-raw(8). They will be ignored by other tools. ipmi-raw-username USERNAME Specify the default username to use for ipmi-raw(8). If specified, will override the general option username above. ipmi-raw-password PASSWORD Specify the default password to use for ipmi-raw(8). If specified, will override the general option password above. ipmi-raw-k_g str Specify the default BMC key (K_g) to use for ipmi-raw(8). If specified, will over‐ ride the general option k_g above. Prefix with '0x' to enter the key in hex. ipmi-raw-authentication-type AUTHENTICATION-TYPE Specify the default authentication type to use for ipmi-raw(8). If specified, will override the general option authentication-type above. The following authentication types are supported: NONE, STRAIGHT_PASSWORD_KEY, MD2, and MD5. ipmi-raw-cipher-suite-id CIPHER-SUITE-ID Specify the default cipher suite id to use for ipmi-raw(8). If specified, will override the general option cipher-suite-id above. The following cipher suite ids are supported: 0, 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 11, 12. ipmi-raw-privilege-level PRIVILEGE-LEVEL Specify the default privilege type to use for ipmi-raw(8). If specified, will override the general option privilege-level above. The following privilege levels are supported: USER, OPERATOR, ADMIN. ipmi-raw-workaround-flags WORKAROUNDS Specify default workaround flags to use for ipmi-raw(8). If specified, will over‐ ride the general options workaround-flags above. Multiple workarounds can be speci‐ fied separated by whitespace. Please see ipmi-raw(8) manpage for available work‐ arounds. IPMI-SEL OPTIONS The following options are specific to ipmi-sel(8). They will be ignored by other tools. ipmi-sel-username USERNAME Specify the default username to use for ipmi-sel(8). If specified, will override the general option username above. ipmi-sel-password PASSWORD Specify the default password to use for ipmi-sel(8). If specified, will override the general option password above. ipmi-sel-k_g str Specify the default BMC key (K_g) to use for ipmi-sel(8). If specified, will over‐ ride the general option k_g above. Prefix with '0x' to enter the key in hex. ipmi-sel-authentication-type AUTHENTICATION-TYPE Specify the default authentication type to use for ipmi-sel(8). If specified, will override the general option authentication-type above. The following authentication types are supported: NONE, STRAIGHT_PASSWORD_KEY, MD2, and MD5. ipmi-sel-cipher-suite-id CIPHER-SUITE-ID Specify the default cipher suite id to use for ipmi-sel(8). If specified, will override the general option cipher-suite-id above. The following cipher suite ids are supported: 0, 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 11, 12. ipmi-sel-privilege-level PRIVILEGE-LEVEL Specify the default privilege type to use for ipmi-sel(8). If specified, will override the general option privilege-level above. The following privilege levels are supported: USER, OPERATOR, ADMIN. ipmi-sel-workaround-flags WORKAROUNDS Specify default workaround flags to use for ipmi-sel(8). If specified, will over‐ ride the general options workaround-flags above. Multiple workarounds can be speci‐ fied separated by whitespace. Please see ipmi-sel(8) manpage for available work‐ arounds. ipmi-sel-verbose-count COUNT Specify default verbose count to use for ipmi-sel(8). ipmi-sel-types TYPE-LIST Specify default types to show SEL events for. Multiple types can be specified sepa‐ rated by whitespace. Users may specify sensor types by string or by number (decimal or hex). Please see ipmi-sel(8) --list-types option to see possible string input types. ipmi-sel-exclude-types ENSOR-TYPES-LIST Specify default sensor types to not show SEL events for. Multiple sensor types can be spec‐ ified separated by whitespace. Users may specify sensor types by string or by num‐ ber. Please see ipmi-sel(8) --list-types option to see possible string input types. ipmi-sel-system-event-only ENABLE|DISABLE Specify if output should only include system event records. ipmi-sel-oem-event-only ENABLE|DISABLE Specify if output should only include OEM event records. ipmi-sel-output-manufacturer-id ENABLE|DISABLE Specify if output of OEM event records should include manufacturer ID by default or not. ipmi-sel-output-event-state ENABLE|DISABLE Specify if ipmi-sel should output the event state state by default. ipmi-sel-event-state-config-file FILE Specify the default event state configuration file. ipmi-sel-interpret-oem-data ENABLE|DISABLE Specify if ipmi-sel should attempt to interpret OEM data by default or not. ipmi-sel-output-oem-event-strings ENABLE|DISABLE Specify if ipmi-sel should output OEM event strings by default or not. ipmi-sel-entity-sensor-names ENABLE|DISABLE Specify if output of sensor names should include entity ids and instances by default or not. ipmi-sel-no-sensor-type-output ENABLE|DISABLE Specify if output of the sensor type should be output by default or not. ipmi-sel-comma-separated-output ENABLE|DISABLE Specify if output should be comma separated by default or not. ipmi-sel-no-header-output ENABLE|DISABLE Specify if column headers should be output by default or not. ipmi-sel-non-abbreviated-units ENABLE|DISABLE Specify if output should have units abbreviated by default or not. ipmi-sel-legacy-output ENABLE|DISABLE Specify if output should be in legacy format by default or not. IPMI-SENSORS OPTIONS The following options are specific to ipmi-sensors(8). They will be ignored by other tools. ipmi-sensors-username USERNAME Specify the default username to use for ipmi-sensors(8). If specified, will over‐ ride the general option username above. ipmi-sensors-password PASSWORD Specify the default password to use for ipmi-sensors(8). If specified, will over‐ ride the general option password above. ipmi-sensors-k_g str Specify the default BMC key (K_g) to use for ipmi-sensors(8). If specified, will override the general option k_g above. Prefix with '0x' to enter the key in hex. ipmi-sensors-authentication-type AUTHENTICATION-TYPE Specify the default authentication type to use for ipmi-sensors(8). If specified, will override the general option authentication-type above. The following authenti‐ cation types are supported: NONE, STRAIGHT_PASSWORD_KEY, MD2, and MD5. ipmi-sensors-cipher-suite-id CIPHER-SUITE-ID Specify the default cipher suite id to use for ipmi-sensors(8). If specified, will override the general option cipher-suite-id above. The following cipher suite ids are supported: 0, 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 11, 12. ipmi-sensors-privilege-level PRIVILEGE-LEVEL Specify the default privilege type to use for ipmi-sensors(8). If specified, will override the general option privilege-level above. The following privilege levels are supported: USER, OPERATOR, ADMIN. ipmi-sensors-workaround-flags WORKAROUNDS Specify default workaround flags to use for ipmi-sensors(8). If specified, will override the general options workaround-flags above. Multiple workarounds can be specified separated by whitespace. Please see ipmi-sensors(8) manpage for avail‐ able workarounds. ipmi-sensors-verbose-count COUNT Specify default verbose count to use for ipmi-sensors(8). ipmi-sensors-quiet-readings ENABLE|DISABLE Specify if sensor reading values and thresholds should not be output by default. ipmi-sensors-record-ids ECORD-IDS-LIST Specify default record ids to show sensor outputs for. Multiple record ids can be specified separated by whitespace. ipmi-sensors-exclude-record-ids ECORD-IDS-LIST Specify default record ids to not show sensor outputs for. Multiple record ids can be specified separated by whitespace. ipmi-sensors-types TYPE-LIST Specify default types to show sensor outputs for. Multiple types can be specified separated by whitespace. Users may specify sensor types by string or by number (decimal or hex). Please see ipmi-sensors(8) --list-types option to see possible string input types. ipmi-sensors-exclude-types ENSOR-TYPES-LIST Specify default sensor types to not show sensor outputs for. Multiple sensor types can be specified separated by whitespace. Users may specify sensor types by string or by number. Please see ipmi-sensors(8) --list-types option to see possible string input types. ipmi-sensors-bridge-sensors ENABLE|DISABLE Specify if non-BMC sensors should be bridged by default or not. ipmi-sensors-shared-sensors ENABLE|DISABLE Specify if shared sensors should be output by default or not. ipmi-sensors-interpret-oem-data ENABLE|DISABLE Specify if ipmi-sensors should attempt to interpret OEM data by default or not. ipmi-sensors-ignore-not-available-sensors ENABLE|DISABLE Specify if ipmi-sensors should ignore not-available (i.e. N/A) sensors by default. ipmi-sensors-ignore-unrecognized-events ENABLE|DISABLE Specify if ipmi-sensors should ignore unrecognized events (i.e. 'Unrecognized Event') in sensors output by default. ipmi-sensors-output-event-bitmask ENABLE|DISABLE Specify if ipmi-sensors should output event bitmasks instead of string representa‐ tions by default. ipmi-sensors-output-sensor-state ENABLE|DISABLE Specify if ipmi-sensors should output the sensor state by default. ipmi-sensors-sensor-state-config-file FILE Specify the default sensor state configuration file. ipmi-sensors-entity-sensor-names ENABLE|DISABLE Specify if output of sensor names should include entity ids and instances by default or not. ipmi-sensors-output-sensor-thresholds ENABLE|DISABLE Specify if ipmi-sensors should output sensor thresholds by default. ipmi-sensors-no-sensor-type-output ENABLE|DISABLE Specify if output of the sensor type should be output by default or not. ipmi-sensors-comma-separated-output ENABLE|DISABLE Specify if output should be comma separated by default or not. ipmi-sensors-no-header-output ENABLE|DISABLE Specify if column headers should be output by default or not. ipmi-sensors-non-abbreviated-units ENABLE|DISABLE Specify if output should have units abbreviated by default or not. ipmi-sensors-legacy-output ENABLE|DISABLE Specify if output should be in legacy format by default or not. ipmi-sensors-ipmimonitoring-legacy-output ENABLE|DISABLE Specify if output should be in ipmimonitoring legacy format by default or not.

IPMICONSOLE OPTIONS

The following options are specific to ipmiconsole(8). They will be ignored by other tools. ipmiconsole-username USERNAME Specify the default username to use for ipmiconsole(8). If specified, will over‐ ride the general option username above. ipmiconsole-password PASSWORD Specify the default password to use for ipmiconsole(8). If specified, will over‐ ride the general option password above. ipmiconsole-k_g str Specify the default BMC key (K_g) to use for ipmiconsole(8). If specified, will override the general option k_g above. Prefix with '0x' to enter the key in hex. ipmiconsole-authentication-type AUTHENTICATION-TYPE Specify the default authentication type to use for ipmiconsole(8). If specified, will override the general option authentication-type above. The following authenti‐ cation types are supported: NONE, STRAIGHT_PASSWORD_KEY, MD2, and MD5. ipmiconsole-cipher-suite-id CIPHER-SUITE-ID Specify the default cipher suite id to use for ipmiconsole(8). If specified, will override the general option cipher-suite-id above. The following cipher suite ids are supported: 0, 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 11, 12. ipmiconsole-privilege-level PRIVILEGE-LEVEL Specify the default privilege type to use for ipmiconsole(8). If specified, will override the general option privilege-level above. The following privilege levels are supported: USER, OPERATOR, ADMIN. ipmiconsole-workaround-flags WORKAROUNDS Specify default workaround flags to use for ipmiconsole(8). If specified, will override the general options workaround-flags above. Multiple workarounds can be specified separated by whitespace. Please see ipmiconsole(8) manpage for available workarounds. ipmiconsole-escape-char CHAR Specify the default escape character. ipmiconsole-dont-steal ENABLE|DISABLE Specify if in use SOL sessions should not be stolen by default. ipmiconsole-serial-keepalive ENABLE|DISABLE Specify if serial keepalive should be enabled by default. ipmiconsole-serial-keepalive-empty ENABLE|DISABLE Specify if serial keepalive empty should be enabled by default. ipmiconsole-sol-payload-instance NUM Specify the default SOL payload instance. ipmiconsole-deactivate-all-instances ENABLE|DISABLE Specify if SOL deactivate should deactivate all instances by default. ipmiconsole-lock-memory ENABLE|DISABLE Specify if memory should be locked by default.

IPMIPOWER OPTIONS

The following options are specific to ipmipower(8). They will be ignored by other tools. ipmipower-username USERNAME Specify the default username to use for ipmipower(8). If specified, will override the general option username above. ipmipower-password PASSWORD Specify the default password to use for ipmipower(8). If specified, will override the general option password above. ipmipower-k_g str Specify the default BMC key (K_g) to use for ipmipower(8). If specified, will override the general option k_g above. Prefix with '0x' to enter the key in hex. ipmipower-authentication-type AUTHENTICATION-TYPE Specify the default authentication type to use for ipmipower(8). If specified, will override the general option authentication-type above. The following authenti‐ cation types are supported: NONE, STRAIGHT_PASSWORD_KEY, MD2, and MD5. ipmipower-cipher-suite-id CIPHER-SUITE-ID Specify the default cipher suite id to use for ipmipower(8). If specified, will override the general option cipher-suite-id above. The following cipher suite ids are supported: 0, 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 11, 12. ipmipower-privilege-level PRIVILEGE-LEVEL Specify the default privilege type to use for ipmipower(8). If specified, will override the general option privilege-level above. The following privilege levels are supported: USER, OPERATOR, ADMIN. ipmipower-workaround-flags WORKAROUNDS Specify default workaround flags to use for ipmipower(8). If specified, will over‐ ride the general options workaround-flags above. Multiple workarounds can be speci‐ fied separated by whitespace. Please see ipmipower(8) manpage for available work‐ arounds. ipmipower-on-if-off ENABLE|DISABLE Specify if on-if-off functionality is enabled or disabled by default. ipmipower-wait-until-on ENABLE|DISABLE Specify if wait-until-on functionality is enabled or disabled by default. ipmipower-wait-until-off ENABLE|DISABLE Specify if wait-until-off functionality is enabled or disabled by default. ipmipower-oem-power-type OEM-POWER-TYPE Specify OEM power type to be used. ipmipower-retransmission-wait-timeout MILLISECONDS Specify the default retransmission wait timeout length to use in milliseconds. ipmipower-retransmission-backoff-count COUNT Specify the default retransmission backoff count to use for retransmissions. ipmipower-ping-interval MILLISECONDS Specify the default ping interval length to use in milliseconds. ipmipower-ping-timeout MILLISECONDS Specify the default ping timeout length to use in milliseconds. ipmipower-ping-packet-count COUNT Specify the default ping packet count size to use. ipmipower-ping-percent PERCENT Specify the default ping percent value to use. ipmipower-ping-consec-count COUNT Specify the default ping consecutive count value to use.

FILES

/etc/freeipmi//freeipmi.conf

REPORTING BUGS

Report bugs to <@gnu.org> or <@gnu.org>.
Copyright © 2003-2014 FreeIPMI Core Team. FreeIPMI is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

SEE ALSO

freeipmi(7), bmc-device(8), bmc-info(8), bmc-watchdog(8), ipmi-chassis(8), ipmi-config(8), ipmi-fru(8), ipmi-oem(8), ipmi-raw(8), ipmi-sel(8), ipmi-sensors(8), ipmiconsole(8), ipmipower(8) http://www.gnu.org/software/freeipmi/
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