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Oracle Integrated Lights Out Manager (ILOM) 3.0 Supplement for the Sun Server X2-8 (formerly Sun Fire X4800 M2)     Sun Server X2-8 (formerly Sun Fire X4800 M2) Documentation Library
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Using This Documentation

Sun Server X2-8 Name Change

Product Downloads

Documentation and Feedback

About This Documentation

Change History

Determining Your Server Management Strategy

Common Server Management Tasks

Server Management Software Benefits

Evaluating Your Server Environment

Server Management Downloads and Documentation

Oracle ILOM Documentation

Oracle ILOM 3.0 Common Feature Set Documentation

Updating Firmware

Firmware Versions Worksheet

Determining Current Firmware Versions

Planning and Downloading the Firmware Update

Updating the Oracle ILOM and System BIOS

How to Update Embedded HBA Firmware

How to Update NEM Firmware Using the Web Interface

How to Update NEM Firmware Using the CLI

Server-Specific Oracle ILOM Features

Minimum Supported Firmware and BIOS

Power Management

Power Management Terminology

How to Use the Web Interface to Monitor Power Usage and Set Notification Thresholds

How to Use the CLI to Monitor Power Usage and Set Notification Thresholds

Fixing Problems with Oracle ILOM Using the Preboot Menu

Identifying and Clearing Faults

Determining Faults

Clearing Faults

Components With No Fault Diagnosis

Recovering a Lost Oracle ILOM Password

How to Recover a Lost Password by Proving Physical Presence

Monitoring Hardware and Environmental Sensors



SNMP and PET Traps


Power Management Terminology

The following table describes power management terminology.

Actual power
The input power measured in watts. This is the actual power consumed by all the power supplies in the system.
Permitted power
The maximum power that the server can at any time.
Allocated power
The input power in watts allocated to installed and hot pluggable components.
Available power
The input power capacity in watts. Amount of power available to the server from the chassis.
Threshold notification
A configurable value to post an event message when power consumption exceeds a threshold value in watts. Two threshold values can be set (for example, one as a minor warning and one as critical).

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