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User's Guide for Patch Set 8 and Subsequent Compatible Releases
The Environment test exercises and validates the following system hardware:
Environmental subsystems, which include system fan, LEDs, front panel, keyswitch, power supply, and temperature sensors. The environmental tests these subsystems on the following products:
Oracle's Sun Enterprise 450 product line
Sun Enterprise 250 systems
Sun Blade 1000/2000 systems
Sun Blade 100/150 systems
Sun Blade 1500/2500 systems
A70 workstation systems
Sun Fire 280R product line
Sun Fire V440, V445, V240, V245, V210, V215, V250 systems
Oracle's Netra 210, 240, 440 systems
All x86 systems with Base Management Controller (BMC card).
Remote System Control (RSC) feature, which is integrated on the Sun Enterprise 250 and on the next-generation RSC 2.0 plug-in card introduced with the Sun Fire 280R line.
Exercises the Advanced Lights-Out Management (ALOM) feature, which is integrated into the Sun Fire V210, V240, V215, V245, V440, and V445, and Sun Netra 240 and 440 systems.
I2C bus, proper placement of various I2C devices, their operation, status, and data integrity.
Display functions, parameters of an IEEE 1394 digital camera, such as vid mode, frame rate, and frames received.
SunPCi II card, which is a x86 PC processor embedded in an add-on card, runs bridge and system diagnostics tests.
PCMCIA memory card, PKCS#11 token mechanism, sensors of the base management controller (BMC).
Host-to-system controller interface in high-performance UltraSPARC T1 (chip multithreaded [CMT] multicore processor) CPU-based entry-level servers.
Alarm card on Sun Netra 210, Sun Netra 240, and Sun Netra 440 servers.
IPMI bus and its associated components, such as sensors and FRUPROMs in the local I2C bus, and DIMM SPD information.
Oracle's Sun Crypto Accelerator 500, Sun Crypto Accelerator 1000, and Sun Crypto Accelerator 4000 and other Niagara Crypto Providers and cryptographic accelerators developed for the Oracle Solaris OS.
The following sections explain the Environment test requirements and its modes.