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Oracle® Server X5-4 Service Manual

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Updated: December 2015

Using This Documentation

This section describes how to get the latest firmware and software for the system, documentation and feedback, and a document change history.

Oracle Server X5-4 Model Naming Convention

The Oracle Server X5-4 name identifies the following:

  • X identifies an x86 product.

  • The first number, 5, identifies the generation of the server.

  • The second number, 4, identifies the number of processor sockets in the server.

Getting the Latest Firmware and Software

Firmware, drivers, and other hardware-related software for each Oracle x86 server are updated periodically.

You can obtain the latest version in the following ways:

  • Oracle System Assistant: A factory-installed option for Oracle x86 servers. It has all the tools and drivers you need and resides on an internal USB flash stick.

  • My Oracle Support: The Oracle support web site located at https://support.oracle.com.

Documentation and Feedback

All Oracle products
Oracle Server X5-4
Oracle Integrated Lights Out Manager (ILOM). Refer to the documentation for your supported version of Oracle ILOM as listed in the Product Notes.
Oracle Hardware Management Pack. Refer to the documentation for your supported version as listed in the Product Notes.

Provide feedback on this documentation at: http://www.oracle.com/goto/docfeedback.

About This Documentation

This documentation set is available in both PDF and HTML. The information is presented in topic-based format (similar to online help) and therefore does not include chapters, appendixes, or section numbering.


Primary Authors: Ray Angelo, Mark McGothigan, Ralph Woodley, Michael Bechler

Contributors: Kenny Tung, Johnny Hui, Prafull Singhal, Barry Wright, Cynthia Chin-Lee, David Savard, Tamra Smith-Wasel, Todd Creamer, William Schweickert

Change History

The following lists the release history of this documentation set:

  • December 2015. Technical updates.

  • August 2015: Minor revisions and updates to docs and library.

  • June 2015: Initial publication.