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Oracle Integrated Lights Out Manager (ILOM) 3.0 Supplement for the Sun Fire X2270 M2 Server
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Overview of the ILOM Supplement

ILOM Feature Set

ILOM Overview

What Does ILOM Do?

Supported Platform Firmware

Supported ILOM 3.0 Feature Set

Sun Fire X2270 M2 Server Platform-Specific Features

Communicating With the ILOM and the System Console

Server Back Panel LEDs and Ports

Basic Server Connection

About ILOM SP IP Addresses and the ILOM Interfaces

Determining the SP IP Address

Connecting to the ILOM

Connecting to the System Console

ILOM Platform Features for the Sun Fire X2270 M2 Server

Hardware Information

Switching Serial Port Output Between SP and Host Console

How to Switch Serial Port Output Between the SP and the Host Console Using the Web Interface

How to Switch Serial Port Output Between the SP and the Host Console Using the CLI

How to Clear Server Faults

ILOM Sideband Management

Running IPMITool from the Host

Updating ILOM Firmware Using the IPMIflash Utility


How to View the Sensors From the System BIOS

BIOS System Event Log Sensor Error List

Using ILOM to Monitor the Host

System ILOM Sensors

System ILOM Indicators

Updating Firmware

Firmware Versions Worksheet

Determining Current Firmware Versions

Preparing for a Firmware Update

Updating the ILOM and System BIOS


How to Clear Server Faults

When a server component fails, the server generates a component-specific fault that is captured by the ILOM SP. Some faults are cleared automatically when the failed component is replaced, but faults generated for components that are not hot-plug capable have to be cleared manually. You can use either the ILOM web interface or the command-line interface (CLI) to manually clear faults.

For the Sun Fire X2270 M2 Server, the following types of faults must be cleared manually after the faulty component is replaced:

When clearing faults, consider the following: