Complete these procedures to configure your system.
Set the network connection for the Lenovo XClarity Controller Before you can access the Lenovo XClarity Controller over your network, you need to specify how Lenovo XClarity Controller will connect to the network. Depending on how the network connection is implemented, you might need to specify a static IP address as well.
Memory module configuration Memory performance depends on several variables, such as memory mode, memory speed, memory ranks, memory population and processor.
Enable Software Guard Extensions (SGX) Intel® Software Guard Extensions (Intel® SGX) operates under the assumption that the security perimeter includes only the internals of the CPU package, and leaves the DRAM untrusted.
RAID configuration Using a Redundant Array of Independent Disks (RAID) to store data remains one of the most common and cost-efficient methods to increase server's storage performance, availability, and capacity.
PSU configuration Refer to the following section for more information on the PSU configurations.
Back up the server configuration After setting up the server or making changes to the configuration, it is a good practice to make a complete backup of the server configuration.
Enable Intel® On Demand A processor is equipped with various computing capabilities. Basic capabilities are available at the initial processor installation, while others remain inactivated. As development environment and tasks evolve, computing demands may accelerate and require leverage of the previously inactivated processor capabilities. In such cases, user can select desired processor capabilities and activate them through Intel On Demand feature—a feature that allows user to customize processor capabilities according to environment and tasks at hand. The following section specifies system hardware and software requirement, Intel On Demand enabling and transferring procedures, and list of processor capabilities.