This Sun Management Center 3.5 Version 3 Supplement for Sun Fire Midrange Systems provides instructions on how to install, configure, and use Sun Management Center software on these Sun Fire Midrange Systems:
This supplement is intended for Sun Fire Midrange Systems administrators who install and use the Sun Management Center software to monitor and manage their Sun Fire Midrange Systems.
The Sun Management Center 3.5 documents for Sun Fire Midrange Systems are available in French, Japanese, Korean, Simplified Chinese, and Traditional Chinese. However, the examples of screens in this supplement appear only in English.
Read this supplement after the Sun Management Center 3.5 Installation and Configuration Guide, which provides detailed instructions for installing and configuring Sun Management Center 3.5 software and the Sun Management Center 3.5 User's Guide, which provides detailed instructions for using Sun Management Center software.
Chapter 1 introduces Sun Management Center software on the Sun Fire Midrange Systems.
Chapter 2 describes how to install, set up, update multiple hosts, start, and stop Sun Management Center software on the Sun Fire Midrange Systems using the graphical user interface (GUI). Use this chapter with the Sun Management Center 3.5 Installation and Configuration Guide. This chapter includes pre-installation steps, such as enabling SC failover. The chapter also includes post-installation steps, such as assigning users to administrator and operator groups and setting up domains.
Chapter 3 describes how to administer and monitor the Sun Fire Midrange Systems platform and domains using the Platform Agent. This chapter also describes briefly each property and the alarm rules used by the Platform Agent.
Chapter 4 describes how to administer a Sun Fire Midrange Systems domain using the Domain Agent. This chapter also describes briefly each property and the alarm rules used by the Domain Agent.
Chapter 5 describes how to use the dynamic reconfiguration and other management commands from the Dynamic Reconfiguration (DR) module, which is based on the configuration administration cfgadm(1M) command.
Appendix A describes how to use the command line interface (CLI) to install, setup, uninstall, start, and stop Sun Management Center software.
The glossary defines abbreviations and acronyms used in this supplement and in the Sun Management Center graphical user interface (GUI) for Sun Fire Midrange system-specific modules.
A comprehensive index helps find information quickly in this supplement.
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Sun Management Center 3.5 Version 3 Supplement for
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