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Change Boot Policy and Firmware Version for Service Profile using UCS PowerTool

I'm looking for the PowerTool syntax to modify both of these values on individual service profiles. The documentation behind most of these cmdlests is almosts non-existent.

I believe the boot policy may be able to be changed like this:

Set-UcsServiceProfile -BootPolicyName

As for the host firmware version under the policies tab of the SP... I have no idea what that cmdlet would be.

See attached images for examples.

Thanks in advance,


JD

 

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Hello,One version of the User

Hello,

One version of the User guide for UCS powertool can be found here:

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/unified_computing/ucs/sw/msft_tools/powertools/ucs_powertool_book/ucs_pwrtool_bkl1.html

That guide makes notes of the following commands in regards to HFPs:

Host Firmware Package
Create a Host Firmware package and set IgnoreCompCheck to No.
$host_firm_pack = Add-UcsFirmwareComputeHostPack -Name host_firm_pack -IgnoreCompCheck no

Add a Host Firmware pack item.
$host_firm_pack | Add-UcsFirmwarePackItem -Type adaptor -HwModel N20-AC0002 -HwVendor "Cisco Systems Inc"
-Version '1.4(1i)'

Set version of Host Firmware pack item.
$host_firm_pack | Get-UcsFirmwarePackItem -HwModel N20-AC0002 | Set-UcsFirmwarePackItem -Version '2.0(1t)'

Remove Host Firmware package.
$host_firm_pack | Remove-UcsFirmwareComputeHostPack

I would also like to recommend the Cisco Developed integrations section which may be more specific to the powertool:

https://communities.cisco.com/community/technology/datacenter/ucs_management/cisco_ucs_developed_integrations/content?filterID=contentstatus[published]~category[ucs-powertool]

As well as the Cisco Developers Network:

https://developer.cisco.com/site/devnet/home/index.gsp

 

Regards,

-Gabriel

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Gabriel,Thanks for the reply.

Gabriel,

Thanks for the reply. The only command that stands out here is: Set-UcsFirmwarePackItem

However, after looking at the switches for the cmdlet it does not appear that this is to be used to change the current running firmware package version on a Service Profile.

Am I missing something here?

JD

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