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Oracle® X4 Series Servers Administration Guide

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Updated: April 2016

Assign System Identification Information (Oracle ILOM)

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When using Oracle Integrated Lights Out Manager (ILOM) to deploy or manage an Oracle system, you can optionally assign identification labels to the system. For further details about this task, see the instructions below.

Before You Begin

  • Launch Oracle ILOM. For instructions on how to launch Oracle ILOM, see Accessing Oracle ILOM.

  • Gather the information that you need to configure the hostname, system identifier, system contact, and system location.

  • This procedure requires Admin (a) role privileges in Oracle ILOM.

The following procedure provides web and command-line interface (CLI) instructions for both a server service processor (SP) and a chassis monitoring module (CMM).

  • To set server identification labels:
    • From the Web interface:
      1. Click ILOM Administration > Identification.
      2. Set the appropriate identification labels, and then click Save.
    • From the CLI:
      1. To view the identification labels, type:

        show /[SP|CMM]

      2. Issue the set command to set system identification labels.

        For example:

        set /[SP|CMM] hostname=[hostname] system_identifier=[id] system_contact=[name] system_location=[building_floor_lab]

See Also

Set Identification Labels for a Managed Device, Oracle ILOM Quick Start Guide for firmware 3.1, or Oracle ILOM Getting Started Guide for firmware 3.2