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    Default ASRock - E3C226D2I Console Redirection

    Hi,

    I am running my server on a ASRock - E3C226D2I and tonight, after an orderly shutdown and restart, the console redirection has stopped working. It had been working fine prior to the restart (the whole point of the restart was to access the BIOS to check a setting).

    The only change was that between shutdown and restart I slotted a PCIe msata card into the board. I have since shut the server down, removed the card and restarted with no success on the ipmi front.

    My JVeiwer console reports that a KVM Remote Console has started, but it displays a black screen and 0fps.

    Other access, to shares and remote login's, on the server performs as normal.

    Any advice would be appreciated.

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    Default Re: ASRock - E3C226D2I Console Redirection

    When it happened to me, I used ssh to connect to IPMI subsystem (BusyBox) and reboot it. After that it worked fine.

    Default username/password for SSH are sysadmin/superuser.
    Command to reboot it is
    Code:
    /sbin/shutdown -r
    There is also /sbin/reboot command, but I haven't used it. I'd assume it does exact same thing.
    Last edited by 753951; 02-16-2015 at 02:38 AM.

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    Default Re: ASRock - E3C226D2I Console Redirection

    Quote Originally Posted by 753951 View Post
    When it happened to me, I used ssh to connect to IPMI subsystem (BusyBox) and reboot it. After that it worked fine.

    Default username/password for SSH are sysadmin/superuser.
    Command to reboot it is
    Code:
    /sbin/shutdown -r
    There is also /sbin/reboot command, but I haven't used it. I'd assume it does exact same thing.

    Thanks mate, you're a champion!

    This has been a massive learning experience. I didn't know what SSH or Busybox were until last night.

    So I managed to get restart using Cygwin which got me into BusyBox.

    The command I used was
    Code:
    /sbin/shutdown -r now
    Doing stuff in linux definitely has it's moments, but it is rewarding when things come together.

    Thanks again, your solution rocked.

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