Illuminate the Service Action indicator (LED) on the managed device.
Identify the faulted condition in an easy-to-read Open Problems table.
Record system information about the fault condition in the event log.
After the component is repaired or replaced, Oracle ILOM automatically clears the fault state from the Open Problems table.
For further information about administering hardware faults that are detected and reported in the Oracle ILOM interfaces, refer to “View Open Problems Detected on a Managed Device” and “Manage Sun Hardware Faults Through Oracle ILOM Fault Management Shell” in Oracle ILOM 3.1 User's Guide.
For the Sun Server X3-2, the following types of faults must be cleared manually after the faulty component is replaced:
PCIe faults (network ports and PCIe cards)
Processor (CPU) faults
For instructions, refer to “Managing Sun Hardware Faults Through the Oracle ILOM Fault Management Shell” in the Oracle ILOM 3.1 User's Guide.
In addition, the following fault does not require replacement of a faulty component; however, user action is required to clear the fault:
This fault is generated when the server's top cover is removed while the AC power cords are still connected to the power supply and standby power is still applied to the server service processor. To clear the fault.security.integrity-compromised@/sys/sp fault, replace the server's top cover and then either reboot the Oracle ILOM SP, or remove the AC power cords and then reconnect the power cords.