The target navigation tree helps you to navigate between targets that are in an Oracle VM Server for SPARC Virtual Platform (OVM SPARC Virtual Platform.) When all resources are discovered and monitored through agent deployment on the primary domain, you can navigate from the server down.
The top level, or node, is the physical server and the second node is the OVM SPARC Virtual Platform that is hosting the primary domain and all other logical domains. Expand the nodes to drill down the target hierarchy or click a specific target to open that target's landing page.
Figure 41-1 is an example of a target navigation tree for an OVM SPARC Virtual Platform. The first node is the physical server (slci04-node4-ilom), which is running the Oracle VM Server for SPARC hypervisor (slci04dbadm07 (OVM SPARC Virtual Platform)). The hypervisor appears on the second node. The third node displays four logical domain guests: primary, ssccn4-app1, ssccn4-app2, and ssccn4-app3. The primary domain is also a Solaris Zones Virtual Platform (slci04dbadm07 (Solaris Zones Virtual Platform)) and that has one global zone that is running the operating system (slci04dbadm07 host.) The fourth logical domain (ssccn4-app3) is expanded. When an agent was deployed on the logical domain, the domain was promoted as a zone virtual platform that is running the global zone and host slci04dbadm08.
Figure 41-1 Target Navigation for Oracle VM Server for SPARC