|Oracle® Database Appliance
Release 2.8 for Linux x86-64
Part Number E23342-16
After replacing components inside of the server, use the information in the following sections to return the server components to operation.
This section describes how to return the server nodes to operation.
Set the cover down so that it hangs over the rear of the server by about 25 mm (1.0 inches) .
There are two tabs on the left side of the server cover (viewing the server from the front) and one on the right side of the server cover.
If you removed the server chassis from the rack, perform these steps to reinstall it.
Caution - Personal injury or equipment damage. Deploy any rack anti-tilt mechanisms before installing the server node into the rack.
Caution - Personal injury or equipment damage. Use two people to lift the server node into the rack, The server node weighs approximately 18.1 kgs (39.9 pounds).
The server is now in the extended maintenance position.
If you extended the server to the maintenance position, use this procedure to return the server to the normal rack position.
Ensure that the cables do not get in the way.
You will hear an audible click when the server is in the normal rack position.
If the cable management arm (CMA) is in the way, disconnect the left CMA release and swing the CMA open.
For instructions, see Oracle Database Appliance Owner's Guide.
See Oracle Database Appliance Owner;s Guide for details.
This procedure tells you how to restore power to Oracle Database Appliance X3-2 when it has been completely shut down.
Most service procedures can be completed by shutting down a single server node without shutting down Oracle Database Appliance X3-2. In these cases, perform Step 3 in the following procedure.
The drives in the storage shelf and the storage expansion shelf can take several minutes to initialize after power is applied.
As soon as the power cords are connected to the storage shelves, standby power is applied and the green Power/OK status indicator on the front panel blinks. Depending on the configuration of the firmware, the system might boot.
The disks begin to initialize and the power supply LEDs light green. This can take several minutes.
Do not power on the server nodes until the disks on the storage shelf and storage expansion shelf have initialized.
If you powered off a single server node without shutting down Oracle Database Appliance X3-2, perform this step only to that server node. If you shut down Oracle Database Appliance X3-2 completely, then perform this step for both server nodes.
Press the recessed Power button on the server node front panel.
Log in to the Oracle ILOM web interface, click Host Management > Power Control, and select Power On from the Select Action list box.
Log in to the Oracle ILOM command-line interface (CLI), and type the following command at the Oracle ILOM CLI prompt.
-> start /System
When the server is powered on and the power-on self-test (POST) code checkpoint tests have completed, the green Power/OK status indicator on the front panel lights and remains lit.
All replaceable parts on the storage shelf and storage expansion shelf are CRUs that can be replaced while the unit is operating. There is no reason to power it off for servicing.
If you have shut down Oracle Database Appliance X3-2, power on the storage shelf before powering on either server node. For details, see Oracle Database Appliance Owner's Guide.