Setting Device Monitoring Configuration Properties
The Device Monitor feature is not available for configuration on all Oracle
Servers. This feature applies to supported Oracle storage controllers, such as the
Oracle Flash Accelerator F640 PCIe Card and 6.4 TB NVMe SSD device.
As of Oracle ILOM firmware version 4.0.3, administrators can optionally choose to
enable or disable device monitoring. Device monitoring is enabled by default. For a
description of the device monitoring configuration properties, see the following table:
Table 88 Configurable Device Monitoring Properties
The Device Monitor feature is not
available for configuration on all Oracle Servers.
Enabled (Default)| Disabled | Suspended
Enabled –Select Enabled to enable the device
monitoring mode in Oracle ILOM. When enabled, Oracle ILOM
will manage the supported device (s) at the set polling
interval, as well as report errors and faults detected for
these devices in the Open Problems web page and CLI target
Disabled –Select Disabled to disable the device
monitoring mode inOracle ILOM..
Suspended –Select Suspended to temporarily suspend
the devicemonitoring mode in Oracle ILOM. When this mode is
suspended, device monitoring will remain in a suspended
state until after the SP reboots or the Service State is set
to Enabled. During this time period, all alert and error
notifications generated by device monitoring are also
CLI Syntax for Device Monitor Service
set /SP/services/device monitor
60 seconds (Default)
The Polling Interval property indicates how frequently Oracle ILOM
will poll the supported device(s). This property is only in effect
when the Service State property is enabled.
Seconds (60 default) – Enter a value from 30 to 600 to
specify the number of seconds Oracle ILOM will wait before repolling
the supported device(s).
CLI Syntax for Device Monitor Polling
set /SP/services/device_monitor polling interval=
[30 to 600]