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Configuring hpasm(Advanced Server Management) to disable ASR(Automatic Server Recovery) in Linux

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How can i configure hpasm to disable ASR feature?

Description: Rack Mount Chassis
Product: ProLiant BL465c G1
Vendor: HP
Bios: Version: A13
OS: Redhat EL 4 AS
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Question by:Deepak Kosaraju
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by:Tobias
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Hi !

You can disable ASR from the RBSU (BIOS).

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Use hpasmcli to disable it if you have the package installed
 
   
[root@host~]# hpasmcli
HP management CLI for Linux (v1.0)
Copyright 2004 Hewlett-Packard Development Group, L.P.

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NOTE: Some hpasmcli commands may not be supported on all Proliant servers.
      Type 'help' to get a list of all top level commands.
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hpasmcli> help
CLEAR  DISABLE  ENABLE  EXIT  HELP  QUIT  SET  SHOW
hpasmcli> help disable
USAGE: DISABLE [ ASR | HT | PXE | WOL ]
hpasmcli> disable asr
Successfully disabled ASR timer.
hpasmcli>quit
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by:Deepak Kosaraju
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MadShiva:
Thanks for your reply but I cannot do this for 1200 servers and which is out of scope

ckhsu1977:
I can do the above using cfengine define the rule and push it all servers, have to give a try thanks for your input.
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by:Deepak Kosaraju
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Very Very Usefull Thank You
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