curl -k https://10.0.0.1/cgi-bin/discoverAnd it'll spit out some XML that looks something like:
So... of course I had to look around... it looks like it doesn't work on some, but why, I have no idea. BMCs are flakey at best. I got results for ENDPOINTTYPEs DRAC5, iDRAC (that looks like iDRAC 6), iDRAC7, and just a handful of iDRAC6Ms, whatever those are.<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?><DISCOVER><RESP><RC>0x0</RC><ENDPOINTTYPE>iDRAC</ENDPOINTTYPE><ENDPOINTVER>1.00</ENDPOINTVER><PROTOCOLTYPE>HTTPS</PROTOCOLTYPE><PROTOCOLVER>2.0</PROTOCOLVER></RESP></DISCOVER>
Hunting around I didn't see any mention at all for those XML string values... except in one place, a patent app filed by Quanta computer inc:
Management interface between embedded systems and computer system medium using the same
Oddly named, but it also has the same details and names pretty verbatim; given the patent covers embedded servers I doubt it's a coincidence....
Add another to the detection bag of trix.<?xml version="1.0"> <MODULE_DISCOVER> <RESPONSE> <RC>0x0</RC> <OUTPUTLEN>0xXXXX</OUTPUTLEN> <ENDPOINTTYPE>Switch Blade</ENDPOINTTYPE> <ENDPOINTVERSION>1.0</ENDPOINTVERSION> <PROTOCOLTYPE>XML</PROTOCOLTYPE> <PROTOCOLVER>1.0</PROTOCOLVER> </RESPONSE> </MODULE_DISCOVER>
(BTW, binaries for the rather odd armv5tejl may be found here. To unpack, do "ar xv filename.ipk"... then unpack again on the data file, as such "tar xzvf data.tar.gz".)
Remote debugging? Easy! Get the gdbserver from the repository above... and:
[WPCM450 /tmp/$ ./gdbserver :6666 --attach 28598 Attached; pid = 28598 Listening on port 6666
And on the second machine, just connect when in GDB with "(gdb) remote 10.0.0.1:6666"
I believe that these are the basic files that make up the iDRAC stuff; from a service list file in /etc:
[WPCM450 /]$ cat /etc/sysconfig/idrac_service.list # List of services for self-test results # Do NOT leave any blank line in the file!!! /avct/sbin/os /avct/sbin/osinet /avct/sbin/pm /bin/ipmi_gateway /bin/ipmi_monitor /bin/ttymonitor /sbin/aim /sbin/avct_server /sbin/klogd #/sbin/openwsmand /sbin/sfcbd /sbin/sshd /sbin/syslogd /sbin/watchdog /usr/local/bin/appweb /usr/local/bin/guiDataServer /usr/local/bin/serviceman /usr/sbin/ipmiextd /usr/sbin/raclogd #udhcpc #/bin/fullfw # This is end of the list
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