Refer to the SPARC T4 Series Servers Administration Guide for instructions.
In most cases, replacement of a faulty DIMM is detected when the service processor is power cycled. In those cases, the fault is automatically cleared from the server. If show faulty still displays the fault, the set command will clear it.
-> set /SYS/PM0/CMP0/BOB0/CH0/D0 component_state=enabled Set ‘component state' to ‘enabled'
-> set /SYS keyswitch_state=diag Set ‘keyswitch_state' to ‘diag'
-> stop /SYS Are you sure you want to stop /SYS (y/n)? y Stopping /SYS -> start /SYS Are you sure you want to start /SYS (y/n)? y Starting /SYS
Note - Use the show /HOST command to determine when the host has been powered off. The console will display status=Powered Off. Allow approximately one minute before running this command.
Watch the POST output for possible fault messages. The following output indicates that POST did not detect any faults:
-> start /HOST/console ... 0:0:0>INFO: 0:0:0> POST Passed all devices. 0:0:0>POST: Return to VBSC. 0:0:0>Master set ACK for vbsc runpost command and spin...
-> set /SYS keyswitch_state=normal Set ‘ketswitch_state' to ‘normal'
# fmadm faulty
If any faults are reported, refer to the diagnostics instructions described in Oracle ILOM Troubleshooting Overview.
-> show faulty Target | Property | Value --------------------+------------------------+------------------------------- /SP/faultmgmt/0 | fru | /SYS/PM0/CMP0/BOB0/CH1/D0 /SP/faultmgmt/0 | timestamp | Dec 14 22:43:59 /SP/faultmgmt/0/ | sunw-msg-id | SUN4V-8000-DX faults/0 | | /SP/faultmgmt/0/ | uuid | 3aa7c854-9667-e176-efe5-e487e520 faults/0 | | 7a8a /SP/faultmgmt/0/ | timestamp | Dec 14 22:43:59 faults/0 | |
If the show faulty command reports a fault with a UUID, go on to Step 7. If show faulty does not report a fault with a UUID, you are done with the verification process.
Use the same UUID that was displayed from the output of the Oracle ILOM show faulty command.
# fmadm repaired /SYS/PM0/CMP0/BOB0/CH1/D0