Locating a disk
The Maintenance > Hardware screen (also known as the "hardware view") provides component status of the appliance and attached disk shelves. This information is available from both the BUI and the CLI.
The BUI hardware view provides interactive illustrations that enable you to browse through the appliance and attached disk shelf components. The screenshot at the top of this page shows a disk highlighted in a Sun Storage 7110, showing both its physical location and details.
The buttons in the hardware view are:
The main hardware page lists the system chassis, a summary of its contents, and any attached disk shelves (on supported systems). This provides an overview of the hardware present on the system, as well as controls to reset or power off the system.
The primary system chassis is shown on the top half of the view. At the top left, click the to get more detail about the chassis. The indicator notes if there are any faulted components within the chassis, and the name of the chassis. The chassis name is initially set to the appliance name during installation. To change the chassis name, use the entry field on the Configuration > Services > System Identity screen.
At the top right of the system chassis is the control to light the locate LED, reboot the appliance, and power off the chassis. Note that in configurations with attached storage and for the 7700 cabinet, the controller does not control the drive shelf power. The reboot and poweroff operations are identical to those provided at the left of the masthead.
A thumbnail of the controller is presented at left. Clicking on the thumbnail or the "Show Details" link takes you to a detailed view of the chassis, and is identical to clicking on the right pointing arrow at the top left of the view.
The following information is presented in a summary view:
A list of disk shelves, if supported, is displayed at the bottom of the view. The thumbnail to the left represents the front of the currently selected disk shelf. Clicking on the right pointing arrow or double-clicking on a row within the list will provide complete details about the disk shelf. The state indicator will be orange if the chassis contains any faulted components. The following fields are displayed in the list:
To view the chassis details, click on the icon (or one of the alternative forms described above). This view includes some of the same controls in the upper left (state, name, locate, reset, poweroff), as well as listings of all the components in the chassis.
At the left is a set of images describing the chassis. If there are multiple views, then you can switch between them by clicking on the name of the view above the image.
For each view, faulted components will be highlighted in red. In addition, the currently selected component will be highlighted in the image. Clicking on a component within the image will select the corresponding component in the list to the right.
A tab is present for each component type in the following list. Each component type has a state icon which will be orange if there is a faulted component of the given type.
CPU (controller only)
Memory (controller only)
Power supply (PSU)
Service processor (SP) (controller only)
Clicking on a component type will display a list of all physical locations within the chassis where components may be present. Clicking on a component within the list will highlight it within the appropriate chassis image. Clicking on the icon while over a row or double-clicking a row will bring up a dialog with detailed information about the component. The information displayed in the list depends on the component type, but is a subset of the information available in the component detail. Disks and service processors support additional operations described below. Each component can report any or all of the following properties:
Disks support the additional options:
Infiniband Host Controller Adapters (HCA) report additional properties for the list of available ports:
The service processor behaves differently from other component nodes. Instead of providing a list of components, it presents a set of network properties that can be configured from the storage appliance. The following properties control the behavior of the service processor network management port.
Changing multiple values in conflicting ways (such as changing static IP assignments while in DHCP mode) has undefined behavior.
Hardware status details are available in the CLI under the maintenance hardware section. Use the show command to list the status of all components. The list command will list available chassis, which can be selected and then viewed using show.
tarpon:> maintenance hardware show Chassis: NAME STATE MANUFACTURER MODEL chassis-000 0839QCJ01A ok Sun Microsystems, Inc. Sun Storage 7410 cpu-000 CPU 0 ok AMD Quad-Core AMD Op cpu-001 CPU 1 ok AMD Quad-Core AMD Op cpu-002 CPU 2 ok AMD Quad-Core AMD Op cpu-003 CPU 3 ok AMD Quad-Core AMD Op disk-000 HDD 0 ok STEC MACH8 IOPS disk-001 HDD 1 ok STEC MACH8 IOPS disk-002 HDD 2 absent - - disk-003 HDD 3 absent - - disk-004 HDD 4 absent - - disk-005 HDD 5 absent - - disk-006 HDD 6 ok HITACHI HTE5450SASUN500G disk-007 HDD 7 ok HITACHI HTE5450SASUN500G fan-000 FT 0 ok unknown ASY,FAN,BOARD,H2 fan-001 FT 0 FM 0 ok Sun Microsystems, Inc. 541-2068 fan-002 FT 0 FM 1 ok Sun Microsystems, Inc. 541-2068 fan-003 FT 0 FM 2 ok Sun Microsystems, Inc. 541-2068 fan-004 FT 1 ok unknown ASY,FAN,BOARD,H2 fan-005 FT 1 FM 0 ok Sun Microsystems, Inc. 541-2068 fan-006 FT 1 FM 1 ok Sun Microsystems, Inc. 541-2068 fan-007 FT 1 FM 2 ok Sun Microsystems, Inc. 541-2068 memory-000 DIMM 0/0 ok HYNIX 4096MB DDR-II 66 memory-001 DIMM 0/1 ok HYNIX 4096MB DDR-II 66 ...
A 5th column for serial number ("SERIAL") has been truncated in the above example, as has the length of this list.
If a particular component is selected, detailed information about its properties are reported. The following properties are supported, with the corresponding BUI property name. For a description of a particular property, see the description above.
When viewing a disk that is active as a hot spare, the detach command is also available.
For example, the following shows details for component "CPU 0":
tarpon:maintenance hardware> select chassis-000 tarpon:maintenance chassis-000> select cpu tarpon:maintenance chassis-000 cpu> select cpu-000 tarpon:maintenance chassis-000 cpu-000> show Properties: label = CPU 0 present = true faulted = false manufacturer = AMD model = Quad-Core AMD Opteron(tm) Processor 8356 part = 1002 revision = 03 cores = 4 speed = 2.14G
To turn on the locate LED using the CLI, run the following commands.
Go to the maintenance hardware context:
hostname:> maintenance hardware
List the appliance components:
hostname:maintenance hardware> list NAME STATE MODEL SERIAL chassis-000 hostname ok Sun Storage 7410 unknown chassis-001 000000000C faulted J4400 000000000C
Select the chassis and list its components:
hostname:maintenance hardware> select chassis-001 hostname:maintenance chassis-001> list disk fan psu slot
Select the component type and show all available disks:
hostname:maintenance chassis-001> select disk hostname:maintenance chassis-001 disk> show Disks:
LABEL STATE MANUFACTURER MODEL SERIAL disk-000 HDD 0 ok ST3500630NS ST3500630NS 9QG1ACNJ disk-001 HDD 1 faulted ST3500630NS ST3500630NS 9QG1A77R disk-002 HDD 2 ok ST3500630NS ST3500630NS 9QG1AC3Z disk-003 HDD 3 ok ST3500630NS ST3500630NS 9QG1ACKW disk-004 HDD 4 ok ST3500630NS ST3500630NS 9QG1ACKF disk-005 HDD 5 ok ST3500630NS ST3500630NS 9QG1ACPM disk-006 HDD 6 ok ST3500630NS ST3500630NS 9QG1ACRR disk-007 HDD 7 ok ST3500630NS ST3500630NS 9QG1ACGD disk-008 HDD 8 ok ST3500630NS ST3500630NS 9QG1ACG4 disk-009 HDD 9 ok ST3500630NS ST3500630NS 9QG1ABDZ disk-010 HDD 10 ok ST3500630NS ST3500630NS 9QG1A769 disk-011 HDD 11 ok ST3500630NS ST3500630NS 9QG1AC27 disk-012 HDD 12 ok ST3500630NS ST3500630NS 9QG1AC41 disk-013 HDD 13 ok ST3500630NS ST3500630NS 9QG1ACQ5 disk-014 HDD 14 ok ST3500630NS ST3500630NS 9QG1ACKA disk-015 HDD 15 ok ST3500630NS ST3500630NS 9QG1AC5Y disk-016 HDD 16 ok ST3500630NS ST3500630NS 9QG1ACQ2 disk-017 HDD 17 ok ST3500630NS ST3500630NS 9QG1A76S disk-018 HDD 18 ok ST3500630NS ST3500630NS 9QG1ACDY disk-019 HDD 19 ok ST3500630NS ST3500630NS 9QG1AC3Y disk-020 HDD 20 ok ST3500630NS ST3500630NS 9QG1ACG6 disk-021 HDD 21 ok ST3500630NS ST3500630NS 9QG1AC3X disk-022 HDD 22 ok ST3500630NS ST3500630NS 9QG1ACHL disk-023 HDD 23 ok ST3500630NS ST3500630NS 9QG1ABLW
Select the faulted disk and turn on the locate LED:
hostname:maintenance chassis-001 disk> select disk-001 hostname:maintenance chassis-001 disk-001> set locate=true locate = true (uncommitted) hostname:maintenance chassis-001 disk-001> commit