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This wiki is a location for OpenHPI related items. It is being graciously hosted by [http://osdl.org OSDL] at the Marist College OSDL laboratory on a zLinux image. All items are stored under ["OpenHPI"] main tree to allow other projects to use this spaces as well. OpenHPI provides an open source implementation of the [http://saforum.org Service Availability Forum] (SAF) Hardware Platform Interface (HPI).
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== Points of Interest == HPI is an abstracted interface for managing computer hardware, typically chassis and rack based servers. HPI includes resource modeling; access to and control over sensor, control, watchdog, and inventory data associated with resources; abstracted System Event Log interfaces; hardware events and alarms; and a managed hotswap interface.
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 * ["OpenHPI"] - Base OpenHPI project information, documentation, planning, etc
 * ["OpenHPIDumps"] - Dumps of OpenHPI output for various platforms and plugins, useful to get a feel of what this all does.
 * ["OpenHPIReleaseSchedule"]
 * ["HpiView"] - a simple GUI application for HPI implementations
 * SafTest
 * ["PlatformsSupported"] - Platforms on which OpenHPI builds and runs. Systems on which the plugins will run.
 * DevelopmentTeam - the people that brought you this software
 * ["OpenHPI SNMP subAgent"] - SNMP Subagent project information, documentation, planning, etc
OpenHPI's architecture contains a modular mechanism intended to make adding new hardware support easier. Several plugins exist in the OpenHPI source tree giving access to various types of hardware. This includes, but is not limited to, IPMI based servers, Blade Center, and machines which export data via sysfs.
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== Get OpenHPI == The OpenHPI project is always looking for more participants. If you are interested in using and/or taking a part in the evolution of OpenHPI, then [:Contact Us:contact us] and we'll tell you how.
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 * Latest Packages are always available at http://sourceforge.net/projects/openhpi
   * Latest Stable: 2.0.3
   * Latest Devel: 2.1.2 (RSN)
 * RPMS - please make some and link them here
 * Debs - please make some and link them here
'''About this wiki'''[[BR]]
This wiki is being graciously hosted by [http://www.osdl.org OSDL] at the Marist College OSDL laboratory using a zLinux image.[[BR]]
To use this wiki, you must [:UserPreferences:sign up] and create a valid user id (a spam prevention technique) so that you can login. If you want to learn more about using a wiki, check out the HelpContents page.
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== Get Support! == === Downloads ===
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 * openhpi-devel@lists.sf.net - the joint user / devel mailing list [[Include(Downloads)]]
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To use this wiki you must sign up and create a valid user id (a spam prevention technique). If you want to learn more about using a wiki check out WikiCourse. = Latest News =

[[Include(LatestNews)]]

Welcome

OpenHPI provides an open source implementation of the [http://saforum.org Service Availability Forum] (SAF) Hardware Platform Interface (HPI).

HPI is an abstracted interface for managing computer hardware, typically chassis and rack based servers. HPI includes resource modeling; access to and control over sensor, control, watchdog, and inventory data associated with resources; abstracted System Event Log interfaces; hardware events and alarms; and a managed hotswap interface.

OpenHPI's architecture contains a modular mechanism intended to make adding new hardware support easier. Several plugins exist in the OpenHPI source tree giving access to various types of hardware. This includes, but is not limited to, IPMI based servers, Blade Center, and machines which export data via sysfs.

The OpenHPI project is always looking for more participants. If you are interested in using and/or taking a part in the evolution of OpenHPI, then [:Contact Us:contact us] and we'll tell you how.

About this wikiBR This wiki is being graciously hosted by [http://www.osdl.org OSDL] at the Marist College OSDL laboratory using a zLinux image.BR To use this wiki, you must [:UserPreferences:sign up] and create a valid user id (a spam prevention technique) so that you can login. If you want to learn more about using a wiki, check out the HelpContents page.

Downloads

Include(Downloads)

Latest News

Include(LatestNews)

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