When you select the Physical view - system option, the software displays a photo-realistic picture of the selected host, if available. Pictures are not available for some system types.
This feature is usable only if the host is monitored by a Sun Management Center agent.
As you move the mouse pointer over the picture of the system being viewed, some of the components are highlighted. The detailed component information displays in the right section of the viewing window. The path name of the component is displayed in the Component field at the bottom of the window.
If a component has an alarm, a colored line appears around the component to indicate the alarm severity. This line enables you to identify quickly the faulty component.
For some systems, you can select alternate front, rear, and side views through the Rotate Current View pull-down menu. Pictures are not available for some system types.
For some systems, pictures of components such as CPU boards and I/O boards might also be available. As you move the mouse pointer over the system picture, the pointer changes from an arrow to a hand icon when there is an individual component picture.
Click a highlighted component to display the detailed picture of the component. When you are finished viewing component details, click Up to return to the parent system view.
If a Sun StorEdge™ A5000, A5100, A5200, or T3 system is connected to the selected component, the Views pull-down menu lists the devices that are connected. The connected devices are listed under the system to which they are connected. The Sun StorEdge A5000-series devices are displayed on this menu as sena(0), sena(1), and so on.
You can select and view any of these storage devices from the Views menu.
Use the History pull-down menu to revisit a view that you had selected previously.
Click the Refresh Details button to update the Property/Value information in the right side of the Details window for the selected physical component. Otherwise, the information does not change from when you first opened the physical view.
The Dynamic Reconfiguration button appears in the physical view and in the logical view only for certain platforms. Refer to your hardware supplement for more information.