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Using This Documentation

Related Documentation


Support and Accessibility


Planning the Installation

Shipping Kit Inventory List



Site Planning

Preinstalled Software

Front and Rear Panel Components

Server Module Cabling

Plan Communication With the Server Module During Installation

Installing the Server Module

Handling Precautions

ESD Precautions

Tools Needed for Installation

Optional Component Installation

Modular System Chassis Preparation

Insert the Server Module Into the Chassis

Communicating With the Server Module During Startup

Monitor the Diagnostic Messages

Powering On the Server Module for the First Time

Initial Power-On Task Overview

Power On the System for the First Time

Configure the System

Install Oracle Solaris Software From the Network

Oracle Solaris Configuration Settings

Assign a Static IP Address to the Service Processor


Understanding System Administration Resources

Oracle ILOM Overview

Platform-Specific Oracle ILOM Features

Oracle Solaris OS Overview

OpenBoot Overview

Oracle VM Server for SPARC Overview

Multipathing Software

Hardware Management Pack Overview

Source for Downloading Hardware Management Pack Software

Hardware Management Pack Documentation

Accessing the Server

Log In to Oracle ILOM

Log In to the System Console

Display the ok Prompt

Display the Oracle ILOM -> Prompt

Use a Local Graphics Monitor

Oracle ILOM Remote Console

Controlling the Server

Power On the Server

Power Off the Server

Reset the Server From the Oracle Solaris OS

Reset the Server From Oracle ILOM

Reset the SP to Default Values

Configuring Hardware RAID

Hardware RAID Support

Important Hardware RAID Guidelines

Disk Zones for SPARC T3-1 Servers With Sixteen-Disk Backplanes

Displaying Disk Zone Information

Enabling and Disabling Disk Zoning In the Field

Prepare to Use the FCode Utility

FCode Utility Commands

Create a Hardware RAID Volume

Hot Spare Drives in RAID Volumes (LSI)

Determining If a Drive Has Failed

RAID Drive Replacement Strategies

Locate Device Paths

Changing Server Identification Information

Change Customer FRUdata Information

Change System Identifier Information

Configuring Policy Settings

Specify Cooldown Mode

Restore Host Power State at Restart

Specify Host Power State at Restart

Disable or Re-Enable Power-On Delay

Specify Parallel Boot of the SP and Host

Configure Host Behavior With the Keyswitch State

Configuring Network Addresses

SP Network Address Options

Disable or Re-Enable Network Access to the SP

Display the DHCP Server IP Address

Display the Host MAC Address

Using an In-band Connection to the SP

Configuring Boot Mode

Boot Mode Overview

Configure the Host Boot Mode of Oracle VM Server for SPARC

Change the Host Boot Mode Behavior at Reset

Manage the Host Boot Mode Script

Display Host Boot Mode Expiration Date

Override OpenBoot PROM Settings to Reset the Server

Configuring Server Behavior at Restart

Specify Behavior When the Host Resets

Specify Behavior When the Host Stops Running

Set the Boot Timeout Interval

Specify Behavior at Boot Timeout

Specify Behavior if Restart Fails

Specify Maximum Restart Attempts

Configuring Devices

Unconfigure a Device Manually

Reconfigure a Device Manually

Monitoring the Server

Monitoring Faults

Enabling Automatic System Recovery

Display Server Components

Locate the Server

Updating the Firmware

Display the Firmware Version

Update the Firmware

Display OpenBoot Version

Display POST Version

Identifying WWN-Designated SAS2 Devices

World Wide Name Syntax

probe-scsi-all Output Example (SPARC T3-1, Eight-Disk Backplane)

probe-scsi-all Output Example (SPARC T3-1, Sixteen-Disk Backplane)

probe-scsi-all Output Example (SPARC T3-4)

Identify a Disk Slot Using probe-scsi-all (OBP)

Identify a Disk Slot Using prtconf (Oracle Solaris, Onboard Controllers)

Identify a Disk Slot Using prtconf (Oracle Solaris, Single Initiator)

WWN Syntax in an OS Installation on a Specific Device

WWN Syntax in an OS Installation on a RAID Volume


Identifying Components

Front and Rear Panel Components

Illustrated Parts Breakdown

Detecting and Managing Faults

Diagnostics Overview

Diagnostics Process

Diagnostics LEDs

Managing Faults (Oracle ILOM)

Interpreting Log Files and System Messages

Managing Faults (Oracle Solaris PSH)

Managing Faults (POST)

Managing Components (ASR)

Checking if Oracle VTS Software Is Installed

Preparing for Service

General Safety Information

Tools Needed for Service

Find the Modular System Serial Number

Find the Server Module Serial Number

Locate the Server Module

Removing the Server Module From the Modular System for Service

Shut Down the Oracle Solaris OS

Power Off the Server Module (Power Button - Standby Mode)

Power Off the Server Module (Emergency Shutdown)

Prepare the Server Module for Removal

Remove the Server Module From the Modular System

Remove the Cover

Servicing Hard Drives

Drive Hot-Plugging Rules

Remove a Drive

Replace or Add a Drive

Remove a Drive Filler

Install a Drive Filler

Servicing Memory

Memory Faults

Locate a Faulty DIMM (LEDs)

Remove a DIMM

Install a Replacement DIMM

Clear the Fault and Verify the Functionality of the Replacement DIMM

Verify DIMM Functionality

DIMM Configuration Reference

Servicing a REM

Remove a REM

Install a REM

Servicing a FEM

Remove a FEM

Install a FEM

Servicing a Service Processor Card

Remove the Service Processor Card

Install the Service Processor Card

Servicing the ID PROM

Remove the ID PROM

Install the ID PROM

Verify the ID PROM

Servicing a USB Flash Drive

Remove a USB Flash Drive

Install a USB Flash Drive

Servicing the Battery

Replace the Battery

Replacing the Server Module Enclosure Assembly

Transfer Components to Another Enclosure Assembly

Returning the Server Module to Operation

Replace the Cover

Install the Server Module Into the Modular System

Start the Server Module Host



Shut Down the Oracle Solaris OS

This topic describes one method for shutting down the Oracle Solaris OS. For information on other ways to shut down the Oracle Solaris OS, refer to the Oracle Solaris OS documentation.

  1. Log in as superuser or equivalent.

    Depending on the type of problem, you might want to view server module status or log files. You also might want to run diagnostics before you shut down the server module.

  2. Notify affected users that the server module will be shut down.

    Refer to the Oracle Solaris system administration documentation for additional information.

  3. Save any open files and quit all running programs.

    Refer to the application documentation for specific information on these processes.

  4. (If applicable) Shut down all logical domains.

    Refer to the Oracle Solaris system administration and Oracle VM Manager for SPARC documentation for additional information.

  5. Shut down the Oracle Solaris OS and reach the ok prompt.

    Refer to the Oracle Solaris system administration documentation for additional information.

    The following example uses the Oracle Solaris shutdown command:

    # shutdown -g0 -i0 -y
    Shutdown started.    Tue Jun 28 13:06:20 PDT 2010
    Changing to init state 0 - please wait
    Broadcast Message from root (console) on server1 Tue Jun 28 13:06:20...
    Log off now or risk your files being damaged
    # svc.startd: The system is coming down.  Please wait.
    svc.startd: 100 system services are now being stopped.
    Jun 28 13:06:34 dt90-366 syslogd: going down on signal 15
    svc.startd: The system is down.
    syncing file systems... done
    Program terminated
    Netra SPARC T3-1B, No Keyboard
    OpenBoot 4.30, 16256 MB memory available, Serial # 87305111.
    Ethernet address 0:21:28:34:2b:90, Host ID: 85342b90.
    {0} ok
  6. Switch from the system console to the -> prompt by typing the #. (Hash Period) key sequence.
  7. At the -> prompt, type:
    ->stop /SYS

    Note - You can also use the Power button on the front of the server module to initiate a graceful shutdown. See Power Off the Server Module (Power Button - Standby Mode). This button is recessed to prevent accidental server module power-off. Use the tip of a pen or other stylus to operate this button.

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