- Feb 15, 2014
Well, the bug is so egregious that a fix shouldn't be too hard. I do wonder how it happened in the first place...
Neither, this is most likely a BMC firmware bug. Probably a recent one, otherwise we'd have seen this much earlier.- are some hardware (or BIOS) versions unaffected?
Unlikely, since the driver is not specific to ASRock boards.- is this issue only happening with specific versions of FreeNAS (i.e. >= 9.3)?
What happens if you try to change some settings?One other thought. Reviewing the bug report that seems to link with the fault we are speculating over (https://bugs.freenas.org/issues/16190), I note that it is IPMI / BMC that is implicated. Now I could be misunderstanding the problem here, but IPMI works on my board (not that it has anything particularly interesting to report from its rather sparse logs...)
It should still be writeable, the guy that bought my board asked what the old username and password was, I told him and I would assume he changed it.Right. New user, new password or some such thing should be informative.
If so, that indicates that a software-only fix might be possible, at the cost of a few KB.This definitely isn't related to FreeBSD since I was using Linux when mine died.
It should still be writeable, the guy that bought my board asked what the old username and password was, I told him and I would assume he changed it.
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