Display the ok Prompt
This procedure assumes the default system console configuration.
- Choose the appropriate shutdown method from the following table to reach the ok prompt.
To ensure getting to the ok prompt, set the following Oracle ILOM property
before performing the procedures described in the table:
-> set /HOST/bootmode script=”setenv auto-boot? false”
Caution - When possible, reach the ok prompt by performing a graceful shutdown of the OS.
Using any other method might cause the loss of server state information.
OS running and responsive
|Shut down the server using one of these methods:
From a shell or command tool window, type
an appropriate command (for example, the shutdown or init 0 command) as described in the
Oracle Solaris system administration documentation.
Then take one of the following steps:
|Disable autoboot and thereset the host.
the operating system software is not running and the server is already under
OpenBoot firmware control.)
At the Oracle ILOM prompt, type:
-> set /HOST send_break_action=break
OS unresponsive and need to prevent auto-boot
|Shut down the server from ILOM and disable autoboot.
At the ILOM -> prompt, type:
set /HOST/bootmode script=”setenv auto-boot? false”
-> reset /SYS
-> start /HOST/console