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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
 
 

Configure Local Client KVMS Settings

  1. To access the server SP KVMS settings in Oracle ILOM, perform one of the following:
    • For Oracle single-server SP systems:

      Web – Click Remote Console > KVMS > KVMS Settings.

      CLI – Type show /SP/services/kvms

    • For Oracle multi-domain SP systems:

      Web – Select a Domain from the Manage list box then click Remote Console > KVMS > KVMS Settings.

      CLI – Type show /Servers/PDomains/PDomain_n/SP/services/kvms

  2. Modify the following KVMS properties as required:
    Property
    Description
    State
    (servicestate=)
    The KVMS service State is enabled by default for redirection.
    This State property must be enabled for you to use the Oracle ILOM Remote System Console. If the State property is disabled, you will not be able to use the Oracle ILOM Remote System Console.
    CLI Syntax for KVMS Service State:
    • Single Sever SP:

      set /SP/services/kvms servicestate=enabled|disabled

    • Multi-domain server SP:

      set Server/Pdomains/PDomain_n/SP/services/kvms servicestate=enabled|disabled

    Mouse Mode
    (mousemode=)
    Set the appropriate Mouse Mode option from the list below:
    • Relative (default) – Set this local Mouse Mode if your remote host is running a Linux OS.

    • Absolute – Set this local Mouse Mode if your remote host is running a Windows or Solaris OS.

    CLI Syntax for KVMS Mouse Mode:
    • Single-server SP:

      set /SP/services/kvms mousemode=absolute|relative

    • Multi-domain server SP:

      set /Servers/Pdomains/PDomain_n/SP/services/kvms mousemode=absolute|relative

    Display Quality
    (display_quality=)
    Select the appropriate video Display Quality option from the list below:
    • YUV420 (initial factory default) – Select this setting to transmit a more highly compressed color image data scheme, resulting in an optimized data transfer rate.

    • YUV444 – Select this setting to transmit a less-compressed color image data scheme, resulting in a greater image resolution.

    • VQ2 – Select this setting to transmit a less-compressed video data scheme that works best for two-color terminal display outputs.

    • VQ4 – Select this setting to transmit a less-compressed video data scheme that works best for four-color terminal display outputs.

    Note - The Display Quality value you set remains persistent after you reboot the SP. Therefore, the initial factory default value (YUV420) is not retained if modifications are made.

    CLI Syntax for KVMS Display Quality:
    Single-server SP:
    set /SP/services/kvms display_quality=YUV420| YUV444|VQ2|VQ4
    Multi-domain server SP:
    set /Servers/Pdomains/PDomain_n/SP/services/kvms display_quality=YUV420|YUV444|VQ2|VQ4
    Host Lock Mode
    (lockmode=)
    For a description of the host lock properties, see Optionally Set a Lock Mode to Secure the Host Server Desktop .
  3. To apply modifications, click Save on the KVMS Settings page.