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This section describes displaying the host server console output buffer.
The console buffer can contain up to 1 Mbyte of information. If ILOM senses a host server reset, it writes boot information and initialization data into the console buffer until ILOM is notified by the server that the Solaris OS is up and running.
If ILOM senses a host server reset, it writes boot information and initialization data into the console buffer until ILOM is notified by the server that the Solaris OS is up and running.
Note - You must have Administrator level user permission to use this command.
At the -> prompt, type:
-> set /SP/console/history property=option[...] -> show /SP/console/history
where property can be:
line_count – This option accepts a value within the range of 1 to 2048 lines. Specify "" for an unlimited number of lines. The default is all lines.
pause_count – This option accepts a value of 1 to any valid integer or "" for infinite number of lines. The default is not to pause.
start_from – The options are:
end – The last line (most recent) in the buffer (the default).
beginning – The first line in the buffer.
If you type the show /SP/console/history command without having set any arguments with the set command, ILOM displays all lines of the console log, starting from the end.
Note - Timestamps recorded in the console log reflect server time. These timestamps reflect local time, and the ILOM console log uses UTC (Coordinated Universal Time). The Solaris OS system time is independent of the ILOM time.