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Oracle® X4 Series Servers Administration Guide

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Updated: April 2016

Power Host On and Off (Oracle ILOM)

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You can use Oracle Integrated Lights Out Manager (ILOM) to remotely the host power on or off.

Before You Begin

This procedure provides web and command-line interface (CLI) instructions for a server service processor (SP).

  • Log in to Oracle ILOM. For instructions on how to log in to Oracle ILOM, see Accessing Oracle ILOM.

  • Ensure that you have Admin (a) role privileges in Oracle ILOM.


Caution  -  Data loss. An immediate shutdown abruptly closes all applications and files without saving changes.

  • To power on, power off, or reset the power on the host server:


    Caution  -  To completely power off the server, you must disconnect the power cords from the back panel of the server.

    • From the Web interface:
      1. Click Host Management > Power Control.
      2. From the Settings drop-down menu, select one of the following:
        • Reset: Reset the server without removing power.

        • Immediate Power-Off: Turn off system power immediately.

        • Graceful Shutdown and Power Off: Shut down the host gracefully and then power off the system.

        • Power On: Turn on full system power.

        • Power Cycle: Turn off power immediately, and then turn it back on.

      3. Click Save.
    • From the CLI, enter one of the following commands:
      • reset /SYSTEM: Reset the host without removing power.

      • stop /SYSTEM: Shut down the host gracefully and then power off the system.

      • stop -f /SYSTEM: Turn off power immediately.

      • start /SYSTEM: Turn on full system power

See Also

Controlling Host Power, Oracle ILOM Configuration and Maintenance Guide for firmware version 3.1 or 3.2.