System Information Retrieval Utility (SysInfo) for Intel® Server System M70KLP



System Information Retrieval Utility (SysInfo) for Intel® Server System M70KLP (V14.2klp Build 2)

Available Downloads

  • Windows 10*, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.8*, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP4*, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 15.1*, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 15*, Windows Server 2016 family*, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.5*, Windows Server 2012 R2 family*, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 SP2*, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.6*, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.3*, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8*, Windows Server 2019 family*, CentOS 7.3*
  • Size: 89.5 MB
  • SHA1: E6B1AB8142F4B75000F339A902CA14FEE6EC0E3C

Detailed Description


The System Information Retrieval Utility (SysInfo) is used for collecting the system information.
This utility dumps the following information to log files:

1. Platform Firmware Inventory
2. Sensor information
3. Sensor Data Records
4. Base Board FRU
5. System BMC Boot Order
6. BMC User Settings
7. BMC LAN Channel Settings
8. BMC SOL Channel Settings
9. BMC Power Restore Policy Settings
10. BMC channel settings
11. SMBIOS Type 1, Type 2, Type 3
12. Processor
13. Memory
14. Operating System Information
16. HARD Drive
17. Device Manager Information (a.k.a drivers)
18. List Of Software Installed
19. BIOS Settings (per BIOS SETUP F2 Screen).
20. RAID settings and RAID log (Not available on Windows and Linux)
21. Operating System Event Log
22. SATA
23. PCI Bus Device Information
24. Power Telemetry (If Available)

Supported platforms

Kelton Pass

Supported operating systems

UEFI Shell
WinPE* 4.0 (x64)
Windows* Server 2019
Windows* Server 2016
Windows* Server 2012 R2
Windows* 10
RHEL* 6.8 (x64)
RHEL* 7.3
RHEL* 7.5
RHEL* 7.6
RHEL* 8.0
SLES* 11.4 (x64)
SLES* 12.2
SLES* 15&Sp1
CentOS* 7.3 (x64)
Debian* 8.10

This download is valid for the product(s) listed below.

Product and Performance Information


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