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Supermicro machines, when in UEFI mode, have a different device number, in binary, to represent the hard disk from other vendors such as Fujitsu which actually has somewhat similar code in their driver. This means we need to be somewhat cognizent of the vendor of the BMC and possibly update the device mapping based upon that vendor. This may ultimately fix a number of IPMI related problems, because there is a reliance upon the text output of ipmitool, which only reads the bytes retured by the BMC, which may not be reality after the next reset, espescialy if ipmitool doesn't know of the UEFI operating difference. NOTE: This had to be a direct cherry-pick from the original change as the intermediate branch that we normally would have cherry-picked from has had other changes made to it, which resulted in an unclean backport, where as with the original change it was clean. This was then backported from stable/ussuri to stable/train, where test_ipmitool.py conflicted slightly due to later eventlet changes. Change-Id: Ie19db9e0cf1eafdfc9bb46248f4d457337821f94 Story:
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