Logical Domains 1.3 Administration Guide

Using LDoms With the Service Processor

The section describes information to be aware of in using the Integrated Lights Out Manager (ILOM) service processor (SP) with the Logical Domains Manager. For more information about using the ILOM software, see the documents for your specific platform, such as Sun SPARC Enterprise T5120 and T5220 Servers Topic Set for the Sun SPARC Enterprise T5120 and T5220 servers.

An additional option is available to the existing ILOM command.

-> set /HOST/bootmode config=config-name

The config=config-name option enables you to set the configuration on the next power on to another configuration, including the factory-default shipping configuration.

You can invoke the command whether the host is powered on or off. It takes effect on the next host reset or power on.

ProcedureReset the Logical Domain Configuration to the Default or Another Configuration

  1. Reset the logical domain configuration on the next power on to the default shipping configuration by executing this command:

    -> set /HOST/bootmode config=factory-default

    You also can select other configurations that have been created with the Logical Domains Manager using the ldm add-config command and stored on the service processor (SP). The name you specify in the Logical Domains Manager ldm add-config command can be used to select that configuration with the ILOM bootmode command. For example, assume you stored the configuration with the name ldm-config1.

    -> set /HOST/bootmode config=ldm-config1

    Now, you must powercycle the system to load the new configuration.

    See the ldm(1M) man page for more information about the ldm add-config command.