Intel® Server Board S2600ST Family BIOS and Firmware Update for Intel® One Boot Flash Update (Intel® OFU) Utility

19139
12/28/2023

Introduction

As of 17 February 2024, no functional, security, or other updates will be provided for Intel® Server Board S2600ST Family BIOS and Firmware Update Packages. Intel® Server Board S2600ST Family BIOS and Firmware Update Packages will no longer be available after 29 March 2032. All versions are provided as is. Intel recommends that users of Intel® Server Board S2600ST Family BIOS and Firmware discontinue use as soon as possible. Intel® Server Board S2600ST Family BIOS and firmware update for Intel® One Boot Flash Update (Intel® OFU) Utility. read firmware dependencies in the requirements section.

Available Downloads

  • OS Independent
  • Size: 48.2 MB
  • SHA1: 3EDDBADE6411E91432E0F98508BFC38783176E1A

Detailed Description

System firmware requirements

 

To update the system firmware stack to the versions included in this updated package, the currently loaded system firmware stack on the system must meet the following:

 

 System BIOS - R02.01.0016 or later

 ME Firmware - 04.01.04.804 or later

 BMC Firmware - 2.88.71773d70 or later

 FRUSDR    - 1.83 or later 

 

Failure to get to the required firmware stack may cause unexpected results.

 

About this release:

 

 System BIOS - R02.01.0017

 ME Firmware - 04.01.05.002

 BMC Firmware - 2.88.e172ff67

 FRUSDR    - 1.83

 

Support platforms and dependency

 

Processors supported: 1st and 2nd Generation Intel® Xeon® Processor Scalable families

 

Microcode versions:

 

          CPUID          Version     Status

    0x50654    0x02006c0a   (1st Generation Intel® Xeon® Scalable H0,M0,U0)

    0x50656    0x0400320a   (2nd Generation Intel® Xeon® Scalable B0,L0,R0)

    0x50657    0x0500320a   (2nd Generation Intel® Xeon® Scalable B1,L1,R1)

 

 

Important note

 

  • Windows* : When startup.bat is executed from SFUP, the update order is CPLD, PMEM, BMC, FRUSDR and BIOS followed by a system reset.
  • Linux : When "sh startup.sh" is executed from SFUP, it uninstalls existing OFU (if any) and installs latest OFU from SFUP. The update order is CPLD, PMEM, BMC, FRUSDR and BIOS followed by a system reset.

 

Refer to the Release Notes file for a complete list of known issues, workarounds, and detailed requirements.