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- Build 35: Support added for Ubuntu 20.04
- Build 34: Support CCB3209 - /rfs /noipchg to retain the BMC user and IP settings
- Build 33: Add BMC responds data length check to avoid core dump
- Build 33: Rename _temp.efi to _core.efi
- Build 32: Fix 1507867762 - add ffo support
- Build 32: Fix 14011305882 - Add if/then statement to syscfg install routine to allow for Upgrade
- Build 30: Fix 1507321895 - syscfg cannot change bios time
- Build 30: Fix syscfg /bvar delete error without guid provided.
- Build 29: Fix the issue that syscfg /r only can change one bios setting at a time under Linux
- Build 28: Enable new build variant of Linux to support RHEL8 64bit
- Build 27: Fix BMC KCS privilege issue
- Build 26: Fix boot order restoration failure issue.
- Build 25: Support LAN failover setting on specific NIC
- Build 25: Support new SKU
- Build 25: Fix saving BMC debug log corrupted issue
- Build 24: Support Fan UCC, Air Flow Limit, Exit Air Temp settings and display
- Build 23: Rebuild for Windows
- Build 22: Fix restoration failure when DHCPHostName is not in ini file
- Build 21: Add "/gpc" to support graceful power cycle
- Build 21: Add deb package for Debian
- Build 21: Fix BIOS /bcs failure when option name contains ","
- Build 20: Fix BMC restoration failure when channel 1 is not available
- Build 19: Support new SKU
- Build 18: Fix a defect for BMC LAN configuration
- Build 18: Support Fan PWM Offset display and setting
- Build 17: Support BMC LAN DNS setting and display
- Build 16: Support new BMC user configuration model
- Build 16: Support new BMC version format
- Build 15: Support new SKU
- Build 14: Support new SKU
- Build 13: Fix exception hang issue under EFI shell
- Build 12: Add two new SMTP command parameters
- Build 12: Offer backward compatibility for dumping BMC SOL log on older platforms
- Build 11: Support new IPMI commands for SMTP configuration
- Build 10: Support BIOS security fix
- Build 10: Fix a defect for EFI variable creation and deletion
- Build 10: Fix error handling of "/sbmcsol"
- Build 9: Fix system boot order restoration
- Build 9: Fix error handling of "/dt"
- Build 8: Support a new SKU
- Build 8: Update supported OS list
- Build 7: Remove boot code information display if it is not supported
- Build 6: Fix a defect of BIOS setting save and restoration
- UEFI Shell
- WinPE 4.0 (x64)
- Windows Server 2019
- Windows Server 2016
- Windows Server 2012 R2
- Windows 10
- RHEL 6.8 (x64)
- RHEL 7.3
- RHEL 7.5
- RHEL 7.6
- RHEL 8.0
- SLES 11.4 (x64)
- SLES 12.2
- SLES 15 & Sp1
- CentOS 7.3 (x64)
- Debian 8.10
- Ubuntu 20.04
1. To be noted, some silicon settings requires cold reboot to take effect, thus any BIOS setting changed by SYSCFG requires cold reset by syscfg /gpc or AC cycle.
2. Reordering boot devices using /bbo should be followed by a system reset as per IPMI spec. Otherwise an immediate display command using /bbo switch may not display the correct boot device order.
3. Restore of BIOS variables will not work for Read only variables or variables which may become read only due to dependent variables.
4. BIOS variables with leading/tailed space can't be restored successfully.
5. As some BIOS settings have dependencies, using syscfg INI file to save/restore BIOS settings only once may not be able to achieve the goal. The solution is to use command line or INI file to change/restore twice. For example, if you want to restore "ATS Support", you have to restore "Intel VT for Directed I/O" from "Disable" to "Enable" first in order to make "ATS Support" visible, then to do second restore to change "ATS Support" value. Upon system reboot, the new BIOS settings will take effect.
6. Utilities, SNMP-SA and IASC cannot run at the same time due to KCS port conflict. There will be error message "Error: Application Cannot Communicate to the BMC.".
7. The settings under server management are saved in BMC. For some of the settings under server management, after a reboot the values from BMC will override the values set through "/bcs" switch.
8. When using syscfg to get BIOS setting, there will be some difference between UEFI shell and OS. For example, syscfg cannot get "Processor PCIe Link Speed" in OS.
9. IO port access is not allowed in Linux when UEFI secure boot is enabled. Please disable UEFI secure boot in F2 menu before running utility.
10. Debian and SLES 15 OS do not allow IO memory map by default. User needs to add "iomem=relaxed" to grub boot option to enable IO memory map. Otherwise some features may not work.
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