When a system fault occurs, you can view system indicators and use the Oracle ILOM CLI or web interface to determine the fault. When a component is faulted, the Service Required LED for the system is illuminated, and the component or subsystem-specific Service LED is illuminated when applicable.
Table 10 Determining Component Faults
When a server component (such as a DIMM, CPU, or CMOD) fails, the server generates a component-specific fault that is captured by Oracle ILOM. When a failed, hot-serviceable component is replaced, the faults are cleared automatically.
When a component fails that is not hot-serviceable, you need to clear the fault manually. You can use either the Oracle ILOM web interface or the command-line interface (CLI) to clear faults.
Note - You can also use the BIOS setup utility to view and delete system event logs.
You must clear the following faults manually:
PCIe EM faults (after a PCIe EM has been replaced)
Motherboard faults (whether or not the motherboard has been replaced)
When clearing faults, note the following:
To clear motherboard and PCIe faults, access Oracle ILOM and clear the fault for the failed component.
PCIe faults include /SYS/BLn.
For information about how to use the Oracle ILOM web interface or the CLI to clear server faults, refer to the Oracle ILOM documentation library at: http://www.oracle.com/pls/topic/lookup?ctx=ilom30