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## Path:        Hardware/IPMI
## Description: Enable standard hardware interfaces (KCS, BT, SMIC)
## Type:        yesno
## Default:     "yes"
## Config:      ipmi
# Enable standard hardware interfaces (KCS, BT, SMIC)
# You probably want this enabled.
IPMI_SI=yes

## Path:        Hardware/IPMI
## Description: Enable /dev/ipmi0 interface, used by ipmitool, ipmicmd,
## Type:        yesno
## Default:     "yes"
## Config:      ipmi
# Enable /dev/ipmi0 interface, used by ipmitool, ipmicmd,
# and other userspace IPMI-using applications.
# You probably want this enabled.
DEV_IPMI=yes

## Path:        Hardware/IPMI
## Description: Enable IPMI_WATCHDOG if you want the IPMI watchdog
## Type:        yesno
## Default:     "no"
## Config:      ipmi
# Enable IPMI_WATCHDOG if you want the IPMI watchdog
# to reboot the system if it hangs
IPMI_WATCHDOG=no

## Path:        Hardware/IPMI
## Description: Watchdog options - modinfo ipmi_watchdog for details
## Type:        string
## Default:     "timeout=60"
## Config:      ipmi
# Watchdog options - modinfo ipmi_watchdog for details
# watchdog timeout value in seconds
# as there is no userspace ping application that runs during shutdown,
# be sure to give it enough time for any device drivers to
# do their cleanup (e.g. megaraid cache flushes)
# without the watchdog triggering prematurely
IPMI_WATCHDOG_OPTIONS="timeout=60"

## Path:        Hardware/IPMI
## Description: Enable IPMI_POWEROFF if you want the IPMI poweroff module to be loaded.
## Type:        yesno
## Default:     "no"
## Config:      ipmi
# Enable IPMI_POWEROFF if you want the IPMI
# poweroff module to be loaded.
IPMI_POWEROFF=no

## Path:        Hardware/IPMI
## Description: Enable IPMI_POWERCYCLE if you want the system to be power-cycled on reboot
## Type:        yesno
## Default:     "no"
## Config:      ipmi
# Enable IPMI_POWERCYCLE if you want the system to be power-cycled (power
# down, delay briefly, power on) rather than power off, on systems
# that support such.  IPMI_POWEROFF=yes is also required.
IPMI_POWERCYCLE=no

## Path:        Hardware/IPMI
## Description: Enable "legacy" interfaces for applications
## Type:        yesno
## Default:     "no"
## Config:      ipmi
# Enable "legacy" interfaces for applications
# Intel IMB driver interface
IPMI_IMB=no