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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
 
 

Manually Enable or Disable an ASR Component

Before You Begin

  • The Oracle ILOM property for requested state is available only on Oracle servers that are equipped with ASR supported components.

  • To modify the Oracle ILOM property for requested state you must have Admin (a) role privileges enabled.

  • Both the Oracle ILOM CLI and web interface support properties for viewing or modifying the requested state of an ASR component.

  1. To view the requested state of an ASR component, perform the instructions below for your preferred Oracle ILOM interface:
    Oracle ILOM Interface
    View the requested state of an ASR component.
    Web
    1. Navigate to the ASR component in the Oracle ILOM web interface.

      For example, for Oracle servers equipped with ASR supported processors, click System Information > Processors.

    2. In the component page, view the requested state column shown in the table for the component.

    CLI
    • Use the show command to view the requested state of an ASR component.

      For example, to view the requested state for a CPU, you could type:

      show /System/Processors/CPUs/CPU_1

      The requested_state for the CPU_1 appears.

  2. To disable or enable the requested state of an ASR component, perform the instructions below for your preferred Oracle ILOM interface:
    Oracle ILOM Interface
    Disable or enable the component state for an ASR component.
    Web
    1. Navigate to the ASR component in the Oracle ILOM web interface.

      For example, for Oracle servers equipped with ASR supported processors, click System Information > Processors.

    2. In the component page, select a component from the table and click Delete or Enable in the Actions list box.

      A confirmation message appears, click OK to continue or click Cancel to cancel the operation.

      If you modified the requested state while the host is powered off, the modification will take effect the next time the host is powered on.

      If you modified the requested state while the host is powered on, the modification will take effect the next time the host is power cycled.

    CLI
    • Use the set command to modify the requested state of an ASR component.

      For example, to modify the requested state of a ASR processor such as CPU_1, you could type:

      set /System/Processors/CPUs/CPU_1 requested_state=disabled|enabled

      A confirmation message appears, click Y to continue or click N to cancel the operation.

      If you modified the requested state while the host is powered off, the modification will take effect the next time the host is powered on.

      If you modified the requested state while the host is powered on, the modification will take effect the next time the host is power cycled.

Related Information:

  • For ASR feature details that might be specific for your Oracle server, see the administration guide provided with the server.