System Configuration Utility Program (Netfinity 7000 - 8651)
System Configuration Utility Program
The System Configuration Utility program provides a
convenient method to configure various system settings.
This program automatically configures system adapters
and maintains system parameters. Because the System
Configuration Utility program assigns system resources,
conflicts between adapters are less likely to occur.
If a conflict does occur, see 'Configuration Conflicts'.
You must use the System Configuration Utility program
anytime you want to change resource allocations, such as:
- Adding, deleting, or moving ISA or EISA devices
- Resolving conflicts
- Maintaining security functions
The System Configuration Utility program automatically
configures PCI devices, Plug and Play devices, and system memory.
Each time that you use the System Configuration Utility
program to configure your server, the configuration
information is saved to the nonvolatile random-access
memory (NVRAM) and in a backup file (with an extension
of .CMS). Only devices that you install and configure
correctly appear on the System Configuration Utility
Before making changes, review this section and the
information included with the devices you are adding.
Also, record the current settings (see 'Recording the System Configuration Utility Program Settings')
before making any changes. The values that you enter using the System Configuration Utility program
override the entries in the Setup program.
In most cases, the server will operate using the default
settings, and you need to change the settings only to
resolve configuration conflicts or to enable or change
device function (for example, define the drive startup sequence).
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