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:.
- NVMe drives connected to the system without raid controller (sometimes using a retimer) will be displayed in one of the following pages:
Controls the tools that are started using the F1 key or equivalent IPMI command.
|Devices and I/O Ports||N/A||Display onboard devices and I/O port options.|
|Driver Health||N/A||View the health of the controllers in the system as reported by their corresponding drivers.|
|Foreign Devices||N/A||View a list of foreign devices, including unclassified devices, video devices, input devices, onboard devices, and other devices.|
|Intel Optane DCPMMs*||N/A||View and configure Intel Optane DCPMMs.|
|Legacy BIOS||N/A||Configure system UEFI firmware execution environment preferences for supporting legacy OS and legacy Option ROM.|
|Memory||N/A||Display and provide options to change the memory settings.|
Display network devices and network related settings.
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.
|Power||N/A||Configure power scheme options.|
|Processors||N/A||Display and provide options to change the processor settings.|
|Recovery and RAS||N/A||Configure recovery policies and advanced reliability, availability, and serviceability settings.|
|Security||N/A||Configure system security settings.|
|Storage||N/A||Manage storage adapter options. Some systems may use planar devices and can be configured under “Devices and I/O Ports”.|