If the Oracle System Assistant software has been overwritten, erased, or corrupted, you can download the image file that is available from the My Oracle Support site to restore Oracle System Assistant to the USB device.
Use this procedure to restore the Oracle System Assistant software.
Before You Begin
You must have local or remote view and response access to the server boot messages. For more information, refer to your server installation guide.
Download the image that is specific to your server. The package name for the update image for the server is: system_name and SW version -- Oracle System Assistant
For information about accessing My Oracle Support and downloading this image, see Update Oracle System Assistant and the Firmware Files on the Oracle System Assistant USB Drive (Oracle System Assistant Release 1.1).
Install the DVD in a DVD drive attached to the server.
Choose one of the following methods:
The Please Select Boot Device screen appears.
A message appears, and a prompt asks whether you want to continue the recovery process.
The following message appears, indicating the progress of the recovery process. Do not interrupt the recovery process.
When the recovery process is finished, you have the option to verify the integrity of the files on the USB drive.
The following screen appears and indicates that the Oracle System Assistant USB device was verified successfully. The system then reboots and launches the Oracle System Assistant application.
The server boots to Oracle System Assistant.
The verification process starts. When the process is finished, the server boots to Oracle System Assistant.