Use this procedure to access Oracle System Assistant during server startup when you are physically present at (local to)the server.
Before You Begin
Attach a keyboard, video, and mouse (KVM) to the server (for more information see,Attach a Keyboard and Mouse to the Dongle or Server Module in Sun Blade X3-2B (formerly Sun Blade X6270 M3) Installation Guide).
Perform one of the following actions, depending on the server power state:
Standby mode: Press the Power button on the front of the server.
Full power mode: Power the server on and off.
Boot messages appear on the monitor, including a list of Function key prompts. Use the F9 key to access Oracle System Assistant.
Note - If the F9 prompt does not appear in the list of Function key prompts, see Troubleshooting and Verifying Oracle System Assistant.
You can also press CTRL-O on a serial keyboard.
Checkpoint messages appear, including the text [Oracle System Assistant Selected].
The Launching Oracle System Assistant screen appears.
Then the System Information home screen appears.
Note - If this is your first time launching Oracle System Assistant, or if you have just performed an update, a Software License Screen might appear. To use Oracle System Assistant, you must agree to the software license.