IPMI network configuration

  • 25 March 2020
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Let say that you have updated your IPMI IP address or moved it to another subnet, after you finish the update you are not able to log back in to the IPMI.

This happens as a result of not restarting the genesis service on the local node which people tend to forget, after you make the change you must restart the services on the same node’s CVM by running “genesis restart”.

If the restart is successful, output similar to the following is displayed:

Stopping Genesis pids [1933, 30217, 30218, 30219, 30241]

Genesis started on pids [30378, 30379, 30380, 30381, 30403]


You can change the network configuration of your IPMI using one of the following methods:

For the full documentation check out this page.

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