Use the Sun Ultra 45 and Ultra 25 Workstations Service and Diagnostics Manual to replace Sun Ultra 45 or Ultra 25 workstation components and diagnose workstation problems.
This document is written for technicians, service personnel, and system administrators who service and repair computer systems.
To safely and successfully perform diagnostics on the Sun Ultra 45 and Ultra 25 workstations, you should be able to:
If you are not comfortable performing any of the procedures described in this document, contact your Sun service representative.
Chapter 1 provides a product description of the Sun Ultra 45 and Ultra 25 workstations.
Chapter 2 provides preliminary steps necessary to prepare for component replacement.
Chapter 3 provides replacement procedures for components found on the motherboard.
Chapter 4 provides replacement procedures for data storage components.
Chapter 5 provides replacement procedures for chassis components.
Chapter 6 provides procedures to finish component replacement.
Chapter 7 provides an overview of diagnostics tools and procedures.
Chapter 8 provides basic troubleshooting tasks, commands, and system responses.
Chapter 9 provides details on Solaris predictive self-healing diagnostics tools as well as other Solaris diagnostics tools.
Chapter 10 provides information about NVRAM and changing NVRAM settings.
Chapter 11 provides diagnostics information related to power-on self-test (POST),
Chapter 11 describes OpenBoot Diagnostics for the Sun Ultra 45 and Ultra 25 workstations.
Chapter 12 describes the OpenBoot PROM and related tools.
Chapter 13 provides basic SunVTS software information and references to SunVTS documentation.
Appendix A describes how to manage power-saving modes of the Sun Ultra 45 or Ultra 25 workstations.
Appendix B lists the specifications of the Sun Ultra 45 and Ultra 25 workstations.
Appendix C provides a functional description of the Sun Ultra 45 and Ultra 25 workstations.
This document might not contain information about basic UNIX® commands and procedures such as shutting down the system, booting the system, and configuring devices. Refer to the following for this information:
TABLE P-1 lists additional resources to assist with your Sun Ultra 45 or Ultra 25 workstation.
Some low-level hardware and software failures require troubleshooting techniques that are beyond the scope of this document, and are best resolved by those persons with experience and skill in fault analysis. Your Sun Microsystems service representative can provide these types of services.
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