The ASR feature enables the server to automatically configure failed components out of operation until they can be replaced. In the server, ASR manages these components:
The database that contains the list of disabled components is the ASR blacklist (asr-db).
In most cases, POST automatically disables a faulty component. After the cause of the fault is repaired (FRU replacement, loose connector reseated, and so on), you might need to remove the component from the ASR blacklist.
These ASR commands enable you to view, add, or remove components (asrkeys) from the ASR blacklist. You run these commands from the Oracle ILOM prompt.
Note - The asrkeys vary from system to system, depending on how many cores and memory are present. Use the show components command to see the asrkeys on a given system.
After you enable or disable a component, you must reset (or power cycle) the system for the component's change of state to take effect.