An extension to sushy package supporting Redfish features that are specific to Dell EMC BMC (which is known under the name of iDRAC).
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README.md

Dell EMC OEM extension for sushy

Sushy is a client library designed to communicate with Redfish based BMC.

Redfish specification offers extensibility mechanism to let hardware vendors introduce their own features with the common Redfish framework. At the same time, sushy supports extending its data model by loading extensions found within its “oem” namespace.

The sushy-oem-idrac package is a sushy extension package that aims at adding high-level hardware management abstractions, that are specific to Dell EMC BMC (which is known under the name of iDRAC), to the tree of sushy Redfish resources.

Example use

Once installed, sushy user can access Dell EMC OEM resources. For example, OEM extension of Manager resource can be instrumental for switching the node to boot from a virtual media device:


import sushy

root = sushy.Sushy('http://mydellemcbmc.example.com')
manager = root.get_manager('iDRAC.Embedded.1')

oem_manager = manager.get_oem_extension('Dell')

oem_manager.set_virtual_boot_device(
    sushy.VIRTUAL_MEDIA_CD, persistent=False, manager=manager)    

See full example of virtual media boot setup in the functional test suite.