Set system management policies in Oracle Integrated Lights Out Manager (ILOM) to meet the power and cooling requirements for Oracle server systems in your data center. This section describes some of the ways you can manage the energy consumption of an Oracle server system:
Reduce power requirements for an Oracle server system without affecting the system performance. For details, see Setting System-Wide Power Management Settings (Oracle ILOM).
Virtually control the behavior of host power at boot. For details, see Setting SP Policy for Host Power at Boot (Oracle ILOM).
Satisfy cooler operating requirements for PCIe cards, or enable a cooling down period prior shutting down the host. For details, see Setting Server Cooling Down Policies (Oracle ILOM).
Force blade chassis NEMs to run SAS2 capable links at a slower rate. For details, see Forcing Blade To Be SAS2 Capable (Oracle ILOM).
Set the low line AC override mode policy on Sun Server X4-4. For details, see Set Low-Line Power Override Mode Policy for Sun Server X4-4.