As soon as you insert the server module in a powered modular system, power is supplied to the server module, and the service processor begins generating messages. Be ready to connect using one of the methods in Communicating With the Server Module During Startup.
This information is on the customer information sheet attached to the shipping container. The serial number is also on a label attached to the RFID on the front panel of the server module. The MAC address is also displayed in the OBP banner.
Refer to the documentation for the Sun Netra 6000 modular system.
A filler panel should remain in this slot until just before you are ready to insert the server module. All slots should remain filled with server modules or filler panels to ensure correct air flow, heat, and electromagnetic interference conditions in the modular system.
The server module generates diagnostic messages as soon as you insert it in a chassis that has power applied. See Plan Communication With the Server Module During Installation.
Pull down the ejector arm of the filler panel, then pull the panel straight out of the chassis.
Caution - Be ready to insert the server module within 60 seconds of removing the filler panel.
See panel 1 in the figure.
See panel 2 in the figure.
See panels 2 and 3 in the figure.
As soon as you insert the server module into a chassis that is connected to power, the server module goes into standby mode, and its Oracle ILOM service processor initializes.The front panel LEDs blinks three times, then the green OK LED on the front panel blinks for a few minutes. See panel 4 in the figure.