You can access the server module SP by first accessing the chassis CMM ILOM through a terminal or terminal emulator connected to the RJ-45 serial port on the chassis. Then you can connect to the server module SP through the CLI of the CMM ILOM software.
8N1 (eight data bits, no parity, one stop bit)
9600 baud (the default, but can be set to any standard rate up to 57600)
Disable hardware flow control (CTS/RTS)
Refer to the modular system chassis documentation for the location of the serial port.
The serial port requires a cable with these pin assignments.
The connection between the terminal device and the CMM is established.
If you connected to the serial port before the powering on the modular system, you will see boot messages. The CMM ILOM software displays its login prompt:
The first string in the prompt is the default host name, which consists of the prefix ORACLECMM followed by the CMM ILOM MAC address. The MAC address for each CMM and SP is unique.
The factory default ILOM root password is changeme, but might have been changed in your environment.
You are now logged in to the CMM ILOM web interface.
After you have successfully logged in, the CMM ILOM displays its default command prompt:
-> cd /CH/BLn/SP/cli
Replace n with an integer that identifies the target server module (the slot for which the server module is installed).
-> start Are you sure you want to start /CH/BL0/SP/cli (y/n)? y start: Connecting to /CH/BL0/SP/cli using Single Sign On
Note - The CMM ILOM logs into the server module ILOM using the user name in the user target under /CH/BLn/SP/cli (where n is the slot where the server module is installed).
-> start /SYS Are you sure you want to start /SYS (y/n)? y
The server module initializes.
When the ILOM prompt appears, type:
-> start /HOST/console Are you sure you want to start /HOST/console (y/n)? y Serial console started. To stop, type #.
The server module might take several minutes to complete POST. If a boot device installed with Oracle Solaris OS is accessible locally, the server module boots. Otherwise, the server module uses the boot net command to seek a boot device on the network.
You are now connected to the server module host.
You can now configure the Oracle Solaris OS to meet your needs. See Configuring the Oracle Solaris OS.