Refer to the Oracle Integrated Lights Out Manager (ILOM) 3.0 Supplement for SPARC Enterprise T5120 and T5220 Servers for instructions.
In most cases, replacement of a faulty FB-DIMM is detected when the service processor is power cycled. In those cases, the fault is automatically cleared from the system. If show faulty still displays the fault, clear it with the set command.
-> set /SYS/MB/CMP0/BR0/CH0/D0 component_state=Enabled
-> set /SYS/keyswitch_state=Diag Set ‘keyswitch_state’ to ‘Diag’
-> stop /SYS Are you sure you want to stop /SYS (y/n)? y Stopping /SYS -> start /SYS Are you sure you want to start /SYS (y/n)? y Starting /SYS
Note - The server takes about one minute to power off. Use the show /HOST command to determine when the host has been powered off. The console will display status=Powered Off.
Watch the POST output for possible fault messages. The following output indicates that POST did not detect any faults:
-> start /SYS/console . . . 0:0:0>INFO: 0:0:0> POST Passed all devices. 0:0:0>POST: Return to VBSC. 0:0:0>Master set ACK for vbsc runpost command and spin...
Note - Depending on the configuration of ILOM POST variables and whether POST detected faults or not, the system might boot, or the system might remain at the ok prompt. If the system is at the ok prompt, type boot.
-> set /SYS keyswitch_state=Normal Set ‘ketswitch_state’ to ‘Normal’
# fmadm faulty
No memory faults should be displayed.
If faults are reported, refer to the diagnostics instructions described in ILOM Troubleshooting Overview for guidance in troubleshooting the fault.
-> show faulty Target | Property | Value --------------------+------------------------+------------------------------- /SP/faultmgmt/0 | fru | /SYS/MB/CMP0/BR0/CH1/D0 /SP/faultmgmt/0 | timestamp | Dec 14 22:43:59 /SP/faultmgmt/0/ | sunw-msg-id | SUN4V-8000-DX faults/0 | | /SP/faultmgmt/0/ | uuid | 3aa7c854-9667-e176-efe5-e487e520 faults/0 | | 7a8a /SP/faultmgmt/0/ | timestamp | Dec 14 22:43:59 faults/0 | |
If the show faulty command reports a fault with a UUID go on to Step 7. If show faulty does not report a fault with a UUID, you are done with the verification process.
Use the same UUID that was displayed from the output of the ILOM show faulty command.
# fmadm repair 3aa7c854-9667-e176-efe5-e487e520