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System setting

Select System Settings and press Enter. Then the following window is displayed:

  • SAS/SATA drives or NVMe drives connected to a storage controller will be displayed in the storage controller submenu: System settings > Storage > Storage controller xxxx.

  • NVMe drives connected to the system without raid controller (sometimes using a retimer) will be displayed in one of the following pages:
    • System settings > Foreign Devices

    • System settings > Storage

Table 1. System setting details
Start Control
  • Auto

  • Tool Suite

  • Text Setup

Controls the tools that are started using the F1 key or equivalent IPMI command.

  • [Tool Suite] starts a graphical suite of tools which support System Information, UEFI setup, Platform Update, Raid Setup, OS installation and Diagnostics functions.

  • [Text Setup] starts a text mode UEFI setup utility.

  • [Auto] starts text mode UEFI setup if Serial Over Lan (SOL) or Console Redirection are enabled or SOL is configured to [Auto] and an active session is detected. Otherwise, [Auto] starts the graphical [Tool Suite].

Devices and I/O PortsN/ADisplay onboard devices and I/O port options.
Driver HealthN/AView the health of the controllers in the system as reported by their corresponding drivers.
Foreign DevicesN/AView a list of foreign devices, including unclassified devices, video devices, input devices, onboard devices, and other devices.
Intel Optane DCPMMs*N/AView and configure Intel Optane DCPMMs.
Legacy BIOSN/AConfigure system UEFI firmware execution environment preferences for supporting legacy OS and legacy Option ROM.
MemoryN/ADisplay and provide options to change the memory settings.

Display network devices and network related settings.

Operating ModesN/A

Select the operating mode based on your preference.

Power savings and performance are also highly dependent on hardware configuration and the software running on the system.
PowerN/AConfigure power scheme options.
ProcessorsN/ADisplay and provide options to change the processor settings.
Recovery and RASN/AConfigure recovery policies and advanced reliability, availability, and serviceability settings.
SecurityN/AConfigure system security settings.
StorageN/AManage storage adapter options. Some systems may use planar devices and can be configured under “Devices and I/O Ports”.
Setting marked with asterisk (*) is available on the following models only:
  • SD530

  • SD650

  • SN550

  • SN850

  • SR570

  • SR590

  • SR630

  • SR650

  • SR850

  • SR860

  • SR950