On Fri, Oct 9, 2009 at 18:20, Steve Richter <stephenrichter@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Lukas, thanks for the help. ÂThe ./ before the file name at the
oem_setup_env prompt worked. ÂI am still having problems in that after
running the .sh file or using "ldfware -file xxxxx.img " to apply the
firmware, my firmware level, both temp and perm, does not change. ÂI
do run "ldfware -commit", but I assume that just copies the temporary
image to permanent.

No idea what the issue might be now. The blade i had was a demo unit,
and we haven't sold a single Power blade since then (our sales don't
want to touch it, they'd need to learn something).

But what about updating the blade firmware from the AMM? I know
there's a facility there to upgrade firmware on x blades, so it might
also work on Power blades.


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