For the implementation of Oracle ILOM 3.0 on the management controller, the following features are supported:
Interfaces – The following interfaces are supported:
CLI – Succinct and human-readable administration interface.
BI – Browser interface or web interface. User-friendly administration interface.
SNMP – Advanced user interface for those experienced with SNMP.
IPMI – An interface between hardware devices.
Event and fault monitoring – The following events are logged:
Oracle ILOM events
Switch-specific events – Non-ILOM events are also logged into the Oracle ILOM event log.
Firmware upgrade – I4 switch chip and management controller firmware upgrade from a single repository file.
Fabric Monitor – Browser interface to monitor switch configuration, status, and activity.
Oracle ILOM support – The following features are supported for this implementation of Oracle ILOM:
User management – ilom-admin, ilom-operator, and user-created Oracle ILOM accounts.
Network management – IP address, netmask, gateway, and other parameters.
Session monitoring – Monitor active user sessions.
Service management – HTTP, HTTPS, SNMP, and others.
Note - You can only monitor the IPMI service. You cannot enable, disable, or manage the service.
Alert management – Manage propagation of SNMP alerts, IPMI PETs, and Email alerts.
SMTP management – Configure SMTP client setting to support email alerts.
Snapshot feature – Take a snapshot of the state of Oracle ILOM.
Event management – Manage the local Oracle ILOM event log.
Remote syslog – Forward the Syslog to a remote server.
Service Tag – Support for the Service Tag program.
Back up and restore Oracle ILOM configuration – Save and restore the state of Oracle ILOM.
Modification of back up and restore – Switch-specific configuration information can be selectively backed up or restored.
NTP management – Automatically set time with NTP servers.
Timezone management – Configure the correct timezone for the management controller.
Start OS shell from Oracle ILOM CLI – Toggle between the Oracle ILOM CLI and the Linux OS.
Aggregate sensor – Reports general health of switch, power redundancy, cooling redundancy status, etc.
Fan sensors – Return the speed of the fans.
Power supply sensors – Report the state of the power supplies.
Voltage sensors – Return the various voltages on the main board.
Temperature sensors – Report the temperatures within the switch.
FRU ID – FRU identification information display.