Did you get this working yourself? I'm having an extremely frustrating time even getting BMC to play nice on a Wiwynn Windmill.@jap note this part of the motherboard documentation:
"The OCP Intel motherboard is the first BMC-less platform for cloud computing that provides DCMI 1.5-based out-of-band management using the Intel PCH ME."
Take a look here for info on getting this working:
OpenCompute - Ubuntu Wiki
Which PSU were you using for those measurements? If the included PSU, were you running 208V AC or 48 V DC?
# dmidecode 3.0 Getting SMBIOS data from sysfs. SMBIOS 2.7 present. 57 structures occupying 3445 bytes. Table at 0x000EC0C0. Handle 0x0000, DMI type 0, 24 bytes BIOS Information Vendor: AMI Version: F03_3B11 Release Date: 03/09/2015
Handle 0x0002, DMI type 2, 15 bytes Base Board Information Manufacturer: Quanta Product Name: Winterfell Version: To be filled by O.E.M. Serial Number: To be filled by O.E.M. Asset Tag: To be filled by O.E.M. Features: Board is a hosting board Board is replaceable Location In Chassis: Right Chassis Handle: 0x0003 Type: Motherboard Contained Object Handles: 0
So, I figured out what my problem was... Active PFC on a UPS that does a modified sine wave. Whoops! Ended up getting a UPS that provides a pure sine wave and problem solved.Maybe the ups batteries are actually bad and can't take an electrical load? I am assuming you have run a simulated power loss test though. I know my ups runs a load test every couple weeks. Maybe that is what is happening. Ive never had the nodes lose power so it has to be something on the power side. If possible start isolating/ removing things from the power chain and see if it stops happening
Pretty sure it was determined that it does not have a storage controller connected to it. So no extra drives other than the 2 onboard SATA connectors.Hey all, I'm trying to figure out what the mini SAS port looks like on the board and which adapter I should buy for it to run some extra HDD's. any help would be greatly appreciated