Intel® One Boot Flash Update (Intel® OFU) Utility for Intel® Server Boards and Intel® Server Systems Based on Intel® 62X Chipset

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2/15/2022

Introduction

This download record contains Intel® One Boot Flash Update (Intel® OFU) utility version 14.1 Build 29

Available Downloads

  • Windows 10 Family*, Ubuntu 20.04 LTS*, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.8*, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP4*, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 15.1*, 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 8*, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.3*, CentOS 7.3*, Windows Server 2019 family*
  • Size: 60.5 MB
  • SHA1: D76240D9C19C2314C435375B3E31446C604A9D62

Detailed Description

Introduction


  The Intel® One Boot Flash Update (Intel® OFU) is a program used for updating the system BIOS, BMC, Sensor Data Records (SDR), Field-Replaceable Unit (FRU) and Intel® Management Engine (Intel® ME) of systems.

 

 

Supported Platforms


  Intel® Server Board based on Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors family

  Intel® Server Board based on 2nd Generation Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors family

  Intel® Server Board based on Intel® Xeon® Platinum 9200 processors family

  Intel® Server Board based on Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2600 v3/v4 product family (S2600WT, S2600TP, S2600KP, S2600CW)

  Intel® Server Board based on Intel® Xeon® processor E3-1200 v2/v3/v4/v5/v6 product family

 

 

Supported Operating Systems


  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

  RHEL* 8.6

  SLES* 11.4 (x64)

  SLES* 12.2

  SLES* 15&Sp1

  CentOS* 7.3 (x64)

  Debian* 8.10

  Ubuntu* 20.4

 

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

Product and Performance Information

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