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Oracle® ILOM Administrator's Guide for Configuration and Maintenance Firmware Release 3.2.x

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Updated: April 2018
 
 

Assigning System Identification Information

Oracle ILOM provides a set of configurable properties to help identify a specific managed device in your environment. System administrators can use these parameters to uniquely identify the physical location of a managed device, the point-of-contact of a managed device, and the host name assigned to a managed device. For further system identification configuration details, see the following table.

Table 49  Device Identification Configuration Properties  
User Interface Configurable Target and User Role:
  • CLI: /SP/

  • Web: ILOM Administration > Identification

  • User Role: Admin (a) (required for property modification)

Property
Default Value
Description
Host Name
(hostname=)
None
The Host Name, when defined, helps identify a managed device that is connected to a computer network.
The Host Name property value can contain up to 60 characters. It must begin with a letter and contain only alphanumeric, hyphen, andunderscore characters.
CLI Syntax for Host Name:
set /SP|CMM hostname=value
System Identifier
(/system_identifier=)
None
The System Identifier, when defined, helps identify the managed device in the payload element of an SNMP trap.
The System Identifier property value can contain up to 60 characters using any standard keyboard keys except quotation marks.
This property is configurable in both the server SP and CMM.
CLI Syntax for System Identifier:
set /SP|CMM system_identifier=value
System Contact
(/system_contact=)
None
The System Contact, when defined, helps identify the point-of-contact for the managed device such as the name or email address of the person responsible for the device.
The System Contact property value can consist of a text string using any standard keyboard keys except quotation marks.
CLI Syntax for System Contact:
set /SP|CMM system_contact=value
System Location
(/system_location=)
None
The System Location, when defined, helps identify the physical location of a managed device such as a rack identifier or a data center location.
The system location property value can consist of a text string using any standard keyboard keys except quotation marks.
CLI Syntax for System Location:
set /SP|CMM system_location=value
Physical Presence Check
(/check_physical_ presence=)
Enabled
The Physical Presence Check affects the behavior for recovering the preconfigured Oracle ILOM root account password.
  • Enabled (true) – When enabled, the Locator button on the physical system must be pressed in order to recover the default Oracle ILOM password.

    Note - On some Oracle servers, the physical presence is indicated by a different method than the Locator button.

  • Disabled (false) – When disabled, the default Oracle ILOM administrator password can be reset without pressing the Locator button on the physical system.

CLI Syntax for Physical Presence Check:
set /SP|CMM check_physical_presence=true|false
Related Topic:
Save Button (web only)
Web interface – Changes made within the Identification page must be saved in Oracle ILOM before they can take affect.