Oracle ILOM has these requirements and supports these features on this server:
You can create up to 60 user accounts in Oracle ILOM. As many as 25 concurrent user sessions (SSH or web) are supported per SP.
Certain Oracle ILOM tasks can be performed for the platform and for any available PDomain. This means that user roles must be properly assigned at the platform or domain level, and that specific commands must be provided for either the platform or PDomain. For information about the commands that must be executed at the domain level, see Identifying Domain-Level Commands.
The Oracle ILOM MIB file SUN-ILOM-CONTROL-MIB, which provides objects for configuring and managing all Oracle ILOM functions has been modified to include a hostgroups tables to support per-domain user roles. Extensions to the Oracle ILOM MIBs are also provided. See Multi-Domain Extensions to ILOM MIBs, Configuring User Accounts (SNMP), and Configuring Host Groups to Authenticate User Accounts (SNMP).
A new POST diagnostics hardware change property (trigger) is the default setting for the server, and causes POST to run each time the server is AC power-cycled. If you want to ensure that POST runs on each power cycle the trigger property must be set to power-on-reset or all-resets. For more information on enabling SPARC diagnostics to run at boot, refer to the Oracle ILOM documentation.
/SP/policy is supported for use on servers with the 9.0.2 update of the system firmware (SPARC M5-32 servers with updated firmware and all SPARC M6-32 servers).
SPARC M5-32 and SPARC M6-32 Servers Product Notes