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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
 
 

Managing SPARC Host Domains

Oracle ILOM provides a set of host domain properties that enable system administrators to view logical domain configurations presently set on a host SPARC server, as well as set host domain properties for auto-boot and boot guests.

The Oracle ILOM host domain properties are viewable and configurable from the Oracle ILOM CLI and web interface. For more details about these properties, see the following tables:

Table 73  View Logical Domain Configurations Detected for Host SPARC Server
User Interface Configurable Target:
  • SP CLI: /HOST/domain/configs

  • Web: Host Management > Host Domain

Requirements:
  • Logical domain configurations must be created on host SPARC server operating system. For information on how to create logical domain configurations, see the Oracle VM Server for SPARC documentation.

  • To view logical domain configurations, issue the show command (show /HOST/domain/configs)

Property
Description
Domain Configurations (read-only)
Oracle ILOM displays a list of logical domain configurations detected on the host operating system.
Oracle saves the detected logical domain configurations in non-volatile memory and updates the listing as changes occur.
Table 74  Host Domain Configurable Properties for Host SPARC Server
User Interface Configurable Target:
  • SP CLI: /HOST/domain/control

  • Web: Host Management > Host Domain

  • User Role: Reset and Host Control (r) role (required to modify host domain configurable properties).

Requirements:
  • Logical domain configurations must be created on host SPARC server operating system. For information on how to create logical domain configurations, see the Oracle VM Server for SPARC documentation.

  • To apply host domain property changes in the Host Domain Settings page, you must click Save.

Property
Default
Description
Auto-Run
(auto-boot=)
Enabled
Enabled |Disabled
When the property for Auto-Run is enabled, the OpenBoot setting for auto-boot is enforced after the next domain reset.
When the property for Auto-Run is disabled, automatic booting is prevented and the host control domain will stop at the OpenBoot OK prompt upon the next domain reset.
CLI Syntax for Host Domain Auto-Run:
For single-server SP, type:
set /HOST/domain/control auto-boot=enabled|disabled
For multi-domain server SP, type:
set /Servers/PDomains/PDomain_n/HOST/domain/control auto-boot=enabled|disabled
Boot Guests
(boot_guests=)
Enabled
Enabled |Disabled
When the property for Boot Guests is enabled, Oracle ILOM boots the guest domains at the next server power-on or reset.
When the property for Boot Guests is disabled, the configured guest domains are prevented from booting upon the next server power-on or reset.

Note -  The boot_guests property automatically reverts to Enabled (default property) after the server resets.

CLI Syntax for Host Domain Boot Guests:
For single-server SP, type:
set /HOST/domain/control boot_guests=enabled|disabled
For multi-domain server SP, type:
set /Servers/PDomains/PDomain_n/HOST/domain/control boot_guests=enabled|disabled