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7.4. ENTITY TYPES AND INFO

device address

presense sensor always there channel

lun oem

access address

private bus id

device type

device modifier

slave address is logical fru

ACPI system power notify required ACPI device power notify required controller logs init agent errors log init agent errors accessing global init

This is the IPMB address for the entity. It is only useful if the entity instance is device-relative. See section 7 for more details. If this is true, then the entity has a presence sensor or a presence bit sensor and that sensor is always present. The channel number for the entity. This is different than device channel because it is the actual value from the SDR, not the value from the entity info. The LUN from the SDR. The entity SDRs have an OEM field that may be fetched with this call. The meaning of this is system dependent. The IPMB address of the MC the entity is on or is represented by. The FRU information may be on an EEPROM device on a private bus. If so, The type of I2C device. This is really not very important, but these are defined in the IPMI spec. An extension to the device type field to further refine the device type. The IPMB address of the device on the IPMB. Tells if the FRU information on the FRU is accessed through an MC (value is 1) or is access directly on the IPMB bus as a EEPROM (value is 0). If true, ACPI system power state notification is required for the device. If true, ACPI device power syste notification is required by the device. If true, the MC logs initialization errors.

If this is true, then the initialization agent will log any failures trying to set the event receiver for the device. Tells the initialization agent whether to initialize the con- troller’s event receiver. This is a two bit value: 00b - Enable the controller’s event receiver. 01b - Disable the controller’s event receiver by setting it to FFh. This is generally to turn of a rogue controller or for debugging. 10b - Do not initialize the controller’s event receiver. this is generally for debugging. 11b - reserved

chassis device bridge

The controller handles the chassis commands. The controller handles bridge commands. means it supports ICMB.

This generally

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