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3 Responses

  1. Criggie says:

    Minor typo “xe host-evacute host=….” should read “xe host-evacuate host=“.

  2. Fernand Jonker says:

    An easy way to install the firmware updates on the Dell servers is to download the firmware update bootable ISO from the following page. Saves you from having to revert back to Xen 6.5 :-)

    http://www.dell.com/Support/Article/ca/en/cabsdt1/SLN296511

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