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Sun Server X2-4 (formerly Sun Fire X4470 M2)

Product Notes, Software Release 1.4.2

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1.  Sun Server X2-4 Product Notes

Sun Server X2-4 Name Change

Supported Operating Systems

Oracle Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel for Linux

Supported Firmware and Software

Supported Firmware in Software Releases

Supported Diagnostics

Firmware Updates

Supported Software

Supported Memory Configurations

Supported PCIe Cards

Quantity and Slot Restrictions

Minimum Firmware Revisions for PCIe Cards

Sun Flash Accelerator F20 PCIe Card Requirements

Card Placement and Cooling

ESM Replacement Interval

Internal Sun Storage 6Gb SAS PCIe RAID HBA Requirements

Sun Storage 10GbE FCoE PCIe Low Profile Dual Port CNA and OS Support

Resolved Issues

Known Open Issues

Hardware Known Issue

BIOS Known Issues

Oracle Solaris Known Issues

Oracle Linux, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES), and Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) Known Issues

Oracle VM Known Issue

Windows Known Issues

Oracle Integrated Lights Out Manager (ILOM) Known Issue

Oracle Hardware Installation Assistant Known Issues

2.  Getting Server Firmware and Software

Firmware and Software Updates

Firmware and Software Access Options

Available Software Release Packages

Accessing Firmware and Software

Download Firmware and Software Using My Oracle Support

Requesting Physical Media

Gathering Information for the Physical Media Request

Installing Updates

Installing Firmware

Installing Hardware Drivers and OS Tools

Supported Memory Configurations

The Sun Server X2-4 supports dual-rank 4-GB and 8-GB RDIMMs and quad-rank 16-GB RDIMMs. A two-processor system using four riser modules populated with 16-GB RDIMMs supports a maximum of 512 GB of system memory. A four-processor system using eight riser modules populated with 16-GB RDIMMs supports a maximum of 1 TB of system memory.


Note - Mixing dual-rank and quad-rank DIMMs on the same memory riser degrades performance.