03-13-2012 12:10 PM
Using the SPP2012010.2012_0119.47.iso, Im PXE booting it in a Linux environment. I want to control how the HPSUM is run.
Is there some scripting toolkit that works with SPP and HPSUM?
How can I change the log location so it goes to my NFS mounted PBShost instead of the local drive.
How can I change it so it doesn't set the ontime boot to harddisk after a successful firmware update?
How can I get the status tof the HPSUM run back to my PXEhost?
03-28-2012 09:10 AM
I think you'll have to roll your own solution for the time being. You can use the Linux toolkit as a starting point to write your own bash scripts to glue everything together.
1. PXE boot the toolkit
2. Mount the SPP iso (nfs, cifs, others...) and copy the contents to the ramdisk or other local location.
3. run hpsum in silent mode ( i.e. ./hpsum /s /inputfile input.txt ).
4. Send logs and status back to your PBShost / PXEhost.
Hope that helps.