Remove an SPP
Caution - Do not turn off an SPP while the associated PDomain is active. Doing
so will cause the system to panic.
- Use one of these Oracle ILOM commands to display faulty components:
-> show faulty
-> show /System/Open_Problems
See View Log Files (Oracle ILOM) for examples.
- Stop the PDomain that contains the SPP.
- Determine to which DCU the SPP belongs by referring to the fault report
displayed in Step 1.
In the line that lists the name of the faulted SPP (/SYS/SPPx),
x is the DCU number.
- Determine which PDomain owns the DCU.
-> show /System/DCUs/DCU_x host_assigned
host_assigned = HOSTy
- Stop the specified PDomain:
-> stop /Servers/PDomains/PDomain_y/HOST
- Stop the SPP:
-> stop /SYS/SPPx
In approximately two minutes, this step halts the SPP, turns off the service
processor OK LED, and lights the Ready to Remove LED.
- Use an antistatic wrist strap to protect the equipment from ESD damage.
- Remove the SPP:
- Use a T25 Torx screwdriver to loosen the captive screws (1) on the
- Swing the extraction levers 90 degrees out.
- Pull the SPP out of the slot.
Place it on a static-safe mat.
- Determine your next step: