|Oracle® Database Appliance
Release 2.8 for Linux x86-64
Part Number E23342-16
This chapter describes how to return Oracle Database Appliance to operation after you have performed service procedures. It includes:
If you removed the top cover, perform the following procedure to replace it.
Caution - Hazardous voltage present. Do not run the system with the top cover removed.
Caution - Equipment damage. Install the top cover properly before starting the system.
When the top cover is positioned (as described in previous step), the six standoffs on the underside of the cover fit into the slots in the top of the chassis sidewalls.
If you removed a server node from the chassis, perform the following procedure to reinstall it.
Caution - Equipment damage. Always use the release latches to re-seat the server node into the system chassis as described in this procedure. Failure to do so might damage the connectors on the front of the server node and/or the connectors on the disk midplane module.
To power on the system, follow this procedure.
In standby power state, the SP status LED on the front panel for each server node lights green and goes from slow blink to steady on, and the Power/OK LED on the front panel for each server node lights green and goes to standby blink. It might take about five minutes for the LED to reach standby blink after the power cord is inserted.
Standby power state indicates that the server node's service processor is active, but the server node host is powered off.
For the location of the SP status LED and Power/OK LED, see Server Node General Status Indicators.
Each server node is powered on separately.
The following procedure assumes that the power cord is connected and power is being supplied to the system.
When insert a server node into a powered chassis, or you attach power to a chassis where a server node is installed, the server node comes up to standby power mode, where the SP is powered on but the host is not. This process takes about five minutes.
The SP status LED on the front panel starts in slow blink and goes to steady on.
The Power OK LED on the front panel goes to standby blink.
For the location of the SP status LED and Power/OK LED on each server node, see Server Node General Status Indicators.
For the location of the Power button, see System Front Panel Features.
On each server node, the green Power/OK LED blinks while the server node is booting, and remains steady on when the server node is operational.