Install the System Battery
- Insert the new system battery in the main module, with the positive side (+)
- Install the main module back into the server.
See Install the Main Module.
- If the service processor is configured to synchronize with a network time server
using the Network Time Protocol (NTP), the ILOM clock will be reset as
soon as the server is powered on and connected to the network. Otherwise,
proceed to the next step.
- If the service processor is not configured to use NTP, you must reset
the ILOM clock using the ILOM CLI or the web interface. For instructions,
see the Oracle Integrated Lights Out Manager (ILOM) 3.0 Documentation Collection.
- If the service processor is not configured to use NTP, use the ILOM
clock command to set the day and time.
The following example sets the date to June 17, 2010, and the time
zone to GMT.
-> set /SP/clock datetime=061716192010
-> show /SP/clock
datetime = Wed JUN 17 16:19:56 2010
timezone = GMT (GMT)
usentpserver = disabled
Note - For additional details about setting the ILOM clock, refer to the CLI Procedures
Guide for Oracle ILOM.
- Verify that the new system battery is functioning properly.
See Verify the System Battery.