Before you begin this procedure, create at least one virtual drive, or RAID volume, using the BIOS Configuration Utility (see Configure RAID in Legacy BIOS Boot Mode).
Perform this procedure to make a RAID volume (virtual drive) bootable if you created more than one RAID volume using the BIOS Configuration Utility on the server. You do not need to perform this procedure if any of the following is true:
You used Oracle System Assistant to create a volume and to make the volume bootable.
You only created one virtual drive using the BIOS RAID configuration utilities.
For instructions, see Access Serial Remote Host Console (CLI).
For example, to reset the server:
From the local server, press the Power button (approximately 1 second) on the front panel of the server to power off the server, and then press the Power button again to power on the server.
From the Oracle ILOM web interface, select Host Management → Power Control, and then select Reset from the Select Action list box. Click Save, and then click OK.
From the Oracle ILOM CLI, type: reset /System
The power-on self-test (POST) sequence begins.
The Virtual Drive Management screen appears.
The Controller Settings screen appears.
For more information on performing this procedure, refer to the MegaRAID SAS Software User's Guide located at http://www.lsi.com/sep/Pages/oracle/index.aspx.