On Sun, 2006-06-04 at 01:18 +0100, Robert Sweetnam wrote:
> > If you're lucky enough to be in contact with a Dell Server, then use
> > the OpenManage CD provided with it, otherwise, check the support site
> > from the vendor or get in touch with them.
> > Steph
> Have one here at home, Poweredge 2800, Xeon 3Ghz (long story why I have
> it here beside me.) but its running Ubuntu Breezy Badger AMD64. Never
> noticed anything on startup about microcode. And at work I have two
> Poweredge 2850's dual cores running CentOS 4.1. spotted a warning about
> the microcode but ignored it and all is well. Only reason I had to use
> the OpenManage CD's was to configure the RAID controllers. Would presume
> its safe to ignore it..
Sorry to sound green here...
There is no openmanage cd with it that I know of :-(.
Is there a microcode zapping utility (like an exe you could email) or do
I have to get the _exact_cd for the _exact_ server with the _exact_ xeon
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