Cisco UCS Server Configuration Utility, Release 3.1 User Guide
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This preface describes the organization and conventions of the Cisco UCS Server Configuration Utility, Release 3.1. It also provides information on how to obtain related documentation and submit a service request.


This guide is intended primarily for data center administrators with responsibilities and expertise in server, storage, and network administration and network security.


This guide is organized as follows:


Chapter 1


Provides an introduction to the utility and the features it provides.

Chapter 2

Launching UCS Server Configuration Utility

Contains information on booting the utility.

Chapter 3

Understanding UCS Server Configuration Utility User Interface

Contains information about the GUI and its elements.

Chapter 4

Viewing Server Inventory

Contains information about viewing the server inventory

Chapter 5

Viewing Server Health

Contains information about viewing the server health.

Chapter 6

Configuring Boot Order and RAID Levels

Contains information about the BIOS boot order and the RAID levels.

Chapter 7

Installing Operating Systems

Contains information about installing the operating systems.

Chapter 8

Diagnostic Tools

Contains information about diagnostic tools.

Chapter 9

Viewing Logs

Contains information about viewing system and system event logs.

Chapter 10


Contains troubleshooting information and frequently asked questions.

Related Documentation

The documentation set for the Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS) C-Series rack-mount servers is described in the roadmap document at the following link:

Cisco UCS C-Series Documentation Roadmap

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