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* Try to keep BMC on NCSI port 0 for security isolation04-16-2019Timothy Pearson2019-04-302-0/+21
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* Add customized IPL screenTimothy Pearson2019-04-275-0/+72
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* Revup fbtermTimothy Pearson2019-04-271-1/+1
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* Update Talos II IPMI layer for latest OpenBMC upstream versionTimothy Pearson2019-04-2714-50/+444
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* Add flash, GPIO, and state recipies from RomulusTimothy Pearson2019-04-277-0/+70
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* Force phosphor-hwmon installation on RCS machinesTimothy Pearson2019-04-271-0/+1
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* Reenable /dev/mem on the BMC itselfTimothy Pearson2019-04-272-2/+2
| | | | | | | Practically, this has no effect on the BMC security posture (yet), but is still required for a number of RCS-specific utilities to function. Note that this does NOT reopen the host-->BMC security hole.
* Re-enable MRW integration after OpenBMC updateTimothy Pearson2019-04-272-0/+2
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* Revup talos-xmlTimothy Pearson2019-04-271-1/+1
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* Force phosphor-fan installation on RCS machinesTimothy Pearson2019-04-271-0/+1
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* Clone meta-ibm phosphor image overlay to meta-rcsTimothy Pearson2019-04-271-0/+4
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* Update phosphor-fan overlay for latest OpenBMC sourcesTimothy Pearson2019-04-274-4/+6
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* Revup phosphor-host-ipmidTimothy Pearson2019-04-271-1/+1
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* Move reboot attempts / OS status IPMI sensors out of CPU temperature spaceTimothy Pearson2019-04-271-42/+42
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* Revup U-bootTimothy Pearson2019-04-271-1/+1
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* Revup kernelTimothy Pearson2019-04-271-2/+2
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* Revup pdbgTimothy Pearson2019-04-271-2/+2
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* Revup phosphor-hwmonTimothy Pearson2019-04-271-2/+2
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* Revup phosphor-fan-presenceTimothy Pearson2019-04-271-1/+1
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* Revup skeletonTimothy Pearson2019-04-271-1/+1
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* Move GPIO definitions to JSON fileTimothy Pearson2019-04-252-0/+67
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* Revup phosphor-dbus-interfacesTimothy Pearson2019-04-251-2/+2
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* Move RCS specific layers to correct location for latest OpenBMCTimothy Pearson2019-04-2511-2/+2
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* Update Talos layer configuration for latest OpenBMC versionRaptor Engineering Development Team2019-04-2540-52/+66
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* Update RCS layer configuration for latest OpenBMC versionTimothy Pearson2019-04-256-2/+861
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* [Subtree] Bring openbmc machines to top levelRaptor Engineering Development Team2019-04-2585-2/+2
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* Remove untested Fedora instructions from READMERaptor Engineering Development Team2019-04-251-7/+1
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* Don't attempt to control AVSBus regulators on CPU socket 1 when CPU 1 is not ↵Raptor Engineering Development Team2019-04-254-18/+89
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* Add initial tie-ins for CPU frequency monitoring on BMC via DBUSRaptor Engineering Development Team2019-04-252-0/+112
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* Tune CPU fan PID loops for faster attackRaptor Engineering Development Team2019-04-251-2/+2
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* Update Talos II fan config for latest phosphor-hwmonRaptor Engineering Development Team2019-04-251-0/+3
| | | | | | Note that RPM mode is only used here to engage the legacy code paths that use scaled native PWM access. This should be changed to use the new PWM direct access code at some point in the future.
* Update OCC monitoring services for new pathsRaptor Engineering Development Team2019-04-256-10/+29
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* Raise kernel tick rate and forcibly enable hrtimersRaptor Engineering Development Team2019-04-251-0/+10
| | | | | Enable LED PWM support - NOTE: PWM is software driven and not yet suitable for general use
* Lower chassis ambient set point due to addition of averaged intake sensorsRaptor Engineering Development Team2019-04-251-1/+1
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* Add CPU1 ambient sensor and PCIe ambient sensor to fan control ambient ↵Raptor Engineering Development Team2019-04-251-0/+2
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* Add CPU1 ambient sensor to IPMI SDR on Talos IIRaptor Engineering Development Team2019-04-252-0/+23
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* Remove unneccessary fan speed maps for chassis fansRaptor Engineering Development Team2019-04-251-16/+2
| | | | Retune PID loop for new sensor locations
* Fix ambient temperature sensor mappings on Talos IIRaptor Engineering Development Team2019-04-251-2/+3
| | | | | | | Talos has three on-board sensors, two high resolution sensors and one low resolution sensor. The two high resolution sensors are mounted near the front edge of the PCB, to monitor intake temperatures on the card. The low resolution sensor is mounted near the rear of the PCB, in the PCIe card area.
* Fix README to show correct build environment dependenciesRaptor Engineering Development Team2019-04-251-2/+2
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* Prevent FSI scan during initial chassis power on and host startRaptor Engineering Development Team2019-04-252-0/+2
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* Attempt to detect host power down if watchdog failsRaptor Engineering Development Team2019-04-251-0/+18
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* Tweak chassis fan PID controls again to mitigate integrator wind-upRaptor Engineering Development Team2019-04-251-2/+2
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* Force OCC disable script to have completed execution before host can power onRaptor Engineering Development Team2019-04-252-0/+2
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* Do not attempt to bind OCC drivers until IPL is completeRaptor Engineering Development Team2019-04-251-0/+8
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* Block chassis poweron and host start on completion of shutdown scriptsRaptor Engineering Development Team2019-04-252-0/+2
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* Load final manufacturer ID and device ID data into IPMI data fieldsRaptor Engineering Development Team2019-04-251-1/+1
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* Add support for secondary PCIe region ambient temperature sensor on Talos II ↵Raptor Engineering Development Team2019-04-253-0/+26
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* Add initial IPMI sensor mappings for Talos IIRaptor Engineering Development Team2019-04-256-0/+1865
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* Add missing mutability attributes to IPMI inventory YAMLRaptor Engineering Development Team2019-04-251-0/+71
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* Update IPMI YAML from Romulus sourceRaptor Engineering Development Team2019-04-251-437/+499
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