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Oracle® Server X8-2 Service Manual

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Updated: January 2020
 
 

Main Menu

image:This figure shows the BIOS Main Menu screen.
Main Menu Option
Description
Project Version (Read only)
BIOS version number for a specific release. Format is XXYYZZPP, where:
  • XX - Unique project/platform code.

  • YY - BIOS major release.

  • ZZ - BIOS minor release.

  • PP - Build number.

Example: 42.01.04.01
System Date
Allows you to change the current date.
Example: Thu 06/20/2020
System Time
Allows you to change the current time.
Example: 13:38:27
UPI Link Speed (Read only)
Intel UltraPath Interconnect (UPI) operational speed (9.6 GT/s or 10.4 GT/s) is a data link between processors in a multiple CPU system. The Slow option displays as Unknown for single-processor systems.
Total Memory (Read only)
Total amount of memory in gigabytes.
Example: 224 GB
Current Memory Speed (Read only)
Current memory speed.
Example: 2400 MT/s
USB Devices (Read only)
Detected USB devices.
Example: 1 Keyboard, 1 Mouse, 1 Hub
BMC Status (Read only)
Detected condition of the service processor.
Example: Healthy
BMC Firmware Revision (Read only)
Service processor firmware version.
Example: 4.0.0.0 r115197
Product Information
Product Name
Product name.
Example: Oracle Server X8-2
Product Serial Number
Product serial number.
Example: 489089M+1714P800K5
Board Serial Number
Board serial number.
Example: 489089M+1637E2002E
CPU Information
Socket 0 CPU Information (Read only)
Socket 0 is always populated and displays all the CPU information as read only.
Intel Xeon Platinum 8260 CPU @ 2.40 GHz (Example)
Processor ID brand.
CPU Signature
CPUID signature that indicates the processor type.
Example: 50656
Microcode Patch
Software update number for the microcode patch.
Example: 2000039
Max CPU Speed
Maximum non-turbo speed of the processor.
Example: 2400 MT/s
Min CPU Speed
Minimum speed of the processor.
Example: 1000 MT/s
Max Processor Cores
Number of available processor cores.
Example: 24
Active Cores
Number of active processor cores.
Intel HT Technology
Indicates whether Intel Hyper Threading is supported, which allows a CPU to appear as two virtual cores to increase processor throughput.
Intel VT-x Technology
Indicates whether Intel Virtualization Technology (VT-x) is supported. Server runs in privileged mode, which increases CPU performance.
L1 Data Cache
Example: 32 KB x 24
L1 Code Cache
Example: 32 KB x 24
L2 Cache
Example: 1024 KB x 24
L3 Cache
Example: 36608 KB
Socket 1 CPU Information
If populated, displays the same CPU information as Socket 0. Otherwise, displays Not present.
DIMM Information
Processor 0 DIMMs
For D0 through D11, if a DIMM is present, displays the memory size in gigabytes. Otherwise, displays Not present.
Processor 1 DIMMs
Same information as Processor 0.
Security
TXT
Enable Intel(R) TXT
Enables or disables (default) Intel Trusted Execution Technology (TXT), which ensures that an installed OS is verified and considered secure.
Secure Boot
Attempt Secure Boot
Enables or disables (default) Secure Boot to activate when Platform Key (PK) is enrolled, System mode is User or Deployed, and the Compatibility Support Module (CSM) function is disabled.
Secure Boot Mode
Specifies Standard (default) or Custom Secure Boot mode.
Restore Factory Keys
Forces system to User mode. Installs factory default Secure Boot key databases.
Delete All Secure Boot Variables
Deletes all Secure Boot key databases from NVRAM.
Enter Audit Mode
Removes platform key and resets system to Setup/Audit mode.
Enter Deployed Mode
Enter or exit Deployed mode.
Key Management
Factory Key Provision
Disables (default) provisioning factory default Secure Boot keys when the system is in Setup Mode.
Restore Factory Keys
Forces system to User mode. Installs factory default Secure Boot key databases.
Delete All Secure Boot Variables
Deletes all Secure Boot key databases from NVRAM.
Export Secure Boot variables
Select a file system to copy the NVRAM content of Secure Boot variables to files in a root folder on a file system device.
Enroll EFI Image
Enrolls an EFI image to run in Secure Boot mode.
Device Guard Ready
Remove UEFI CA from DB
Enables Device Guard ready system to remove Microsoft UEFI CA in the Authorized Signature database.
Restore DB Defaults
Restores DB variable to factory defaults.
Platform Key (PK)
Controls access to the PK variables (UEFI keys) for Secure Boot.
  • Details

  • Export

  • Update

  • Delete

Key Exchange Keys
Controls access to the key exchange keys for Secure Boot.
  • Details

  • Export

  • Update

  • Append

  • Delete

Authorized signatures
Controls access to authorized signatures for Secure Boot.
  • Details

  • Export

  • Update

  • Append

  • Delete

Forbidden Signatures
Controls access to forbidden signatures for Secure Boot.
  • Details

  • Export

  • Update

  • Append

  • Delete

Authorized Timestamps
Controls access to authorized timestamps.
  • Update

  • Append

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