The Sun Fire V215 and V245 Servers Administration Guide is intended to be used by experienced system administrators. This guide contains general descriptive information about the Sun Fire V215 and V245 servers and includes detailed instructions on various server administration tasks.
To use the information in this guide, you must have a working knowledge of computer network concepts and terms and advanced knowledge of the Solaris Operating System (Solaris OS).
This document does not cover the following topics:
For information about hardware and software features such as front and rear panels, status indicators, cable connections, and environmental requirements, refer to the Sun Fire V215 and V245 Servers Getting Started Guide.
For detailed information on these topics, refer to the Sun Fire V215 and V245 Servers Installation Guide.
For detailed information on these topics, refer to the Sun Fire V215 and V245 Servers Service Manual.
Before following any of the procedures described in this document, ensure that you have read the Sun Fire V215 and V245 Servers Compliance and Safety Manual.
Chapter 1 describes general administrative tasks for the Sun Fire V215 and V245 servers.
Chapter 2 describes platform-specific information associated with the Sun Advanced Lights Out Management (ALOM) software.
Chapter 3 describes platform-specific information associated with the SunVTS software.
Chapter 4 describes the RAS features available on the Sun Fire V215 and V245 servers and how to manage the server's firmware.
This document does not contain information about basic UNIX® commands. For information about UNIX commands in the Solaris Operating System, refer to the appropriate man page or to the Sun documentation web site at:
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