11 Replacement Units

This appendix lists the information you need to identify and replace components in Oracle Exadata Database Machine and Oracle Exadata Storage Expansion Rack.

There are two types of replacement units, FRUs (field replaceable units), and CRUs (customer replaceable units). FRUs are installed by trained Oracle field technicians. CRUs are installed by the customer.

Note:

  • For ease of reading, the name "Oracle Exadata Rack" is used when information refers to both Oracle Exadata Database Machine and Oracle Exadata Storage Expansion Rack.
  • All replacement parts for Oracle Exadata Database Machine, except database servers, are applicable to Oracle Exadata Storage Expansion Racks.

11.1 Understanding Repair Categories

Repair categories describe the potential impact of a repair action.

Table 11-1 Oracle Exadata Rack Repair Categories

Category Description Scenario Examples

Hot Swap (HS)

Repair part is hot swappable, and may be replaced without shutting down the host system. Commands may be needed before and after replacement to protect data.

  • Disks

  • Fans

  • Power supplies

Infrastructure Repair (IR)

Repair of connectivity component within Oracle Exadata Rack. No downtime of the rack is required, however, individual components may require downtime.

  • External cables

  • RDMA Network Fabric switch

  • Ethernet switch

  • KVM switch/KMM tray

Database Server Offline (DBO)

Repair of the part requires one database server in Oracle Exadata Database Machine be shut down. No downtime of the rack is required, however individual server nodes may require downtime and be taken outside of the cluster temporarily.

If the system is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See Powering On and Off Oracle Exadata Rack for additional information.

If monitoring the system using Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control, then avoid unnecessary alerts by putting the target in a blackout state. Refer to Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control Administrator's Guide for additional information.

  • System boards

  • PCIe cards

  • Memory

  • Processors

  • Power distribution units

Exadata Storage Server Offline (EBO)

Repair of the part requires one Exadata Storage Server within Oracle Exadata Rack be shut down. No downtime of the rack is required, however individual server nodes may require downtime and be taken outside of the cluster temporarily. Temporary performance impact due to rebalancing to maintain data redundancy may occur.

If the system is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See Powering On and Off Oracle Exadata Rack for additional information.

If monitoring the system using Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control, then avoid unnecessary alerts by putting the target in a blackout state. Refer to Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control Administrator's Guide for additional information.

  • System boards

  • PCIe cards

  • Memory

  • Processors

11.2 Regulatory and Certificate Compliance

Parts used in Oracle Exadata Database Machine and Oracle Exadata Rack comply with the following regulations and certifications:

  • Regulations

    • Safety: UL/CSA 60950-1, EN 60950-1:2006 CB Scheme with all country differences

    • RFI/EMI: EN 55022, EN 61000-3-12

    • Immunity: EN 55024

    • Emissions and Immunity: EN 300 386

  • Certifications

    • North America (NRTL), European Union (EU), International CB Scheme, BSMI (Taiwan), C-Tick (Australia), CCC (PRC), MSIP (Korea), CU EAC (Customs Union), VCCI (Japan)

  • European Union Directives

    • 2006/95/EC Low Voltage Directive, 2004/108/EC EMC Directive, 2011/65/EU RoHS Directive, 2012/19/EU WEEE Directive

Note:

In some cases, as applicable, regulatory and certification compliance were obtained at the component level.

11.3 Compliance with the European Restriction of the Use of Certain Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive

Parts that have the RoHS:Y or RoHS:YL designation are compliant with the European Restriction of the Use of Certain Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive

  • RoHS:Y compliance is based on present information and belief, this equipment/part number complies with the European Union RoHS Directive, 2002/95/EC, and amending and guidance documents, and does not contain any restricted substances above the homogeneous materials' maximum concentration values, except for selected exemptions allowed by law (excluding the exemption for lead in solders for servers, storage and storage array systems, network infrastructure equipment for switching, signaling, transmission as well as network management for telecommunications).

  • RoHS:YL compliance is based on present information and belief, this equipment/part number complies with the European Union RoHS Directive, 2002/95/EC, and amending and guidance documents, and does not contain any restricted substances above the homogeneous materials' maximum concentration values, except for selected exemptions allowed by law (including the exemption for lead in solders for servers, storage and storage array systems, network infrastructure equipment for switching, signaling, transmission as well as network management for telecommunications).

  • If a part description contained in a parts list does not contain RoHS:Y or RoHS:YL in its description, this indicates that the part is not RoHS compliant or the information necessary to confirm its compliance has yet to be provided by the product team.

11.4 Managing Disk Controller Batteries

This section applies only to Exadata systems prior to X6 that use batteries. Newer systems have CVPM02 (Cache Vault), which is a super cap and not a battery.

11.4.1 About Disk Controller Batteries

The disk controllers in Oracle Exadata storage servers and database servers have battery-backed write cache to accelerate write performance.

Note:

This applies only to Exadata systems prior to X6 that use batteries. Newer systems have CVPM02 (Cache Vault), which is a super cap and not a battery.

If the battery charge capacity degrades such that the battery can no longer protect the cached data for a power loss of 48 hours or more, then the write cache is disabled and the disk controller switches to write through mode. This results in reduced write performance, but there is no data loss. Oracle Exadata Storage Servers generate an alert when battery charge capacity is insufficient or the temperature is high, and when the battery should be replaced.

Battery charge capacity degrades over time, and its life expectancy is inversely proportional to the operating temperature. The worst case life expectancy of the battery in Oracle Exadata Rack is as follows:

Inlet Ambient Temperature Battery Lifetime

< 25 degrees Celsius (77 degrees Fahrenheit)

3 years

< 32 degrees Celsius (89.6 degrees Fahrenheit)

2 years

11.4.2 Monitoring Batteries in the Database Servers

The battery change capacity in the database servers can be monitored using the following command:

# /opt/MegaRAID/MegaCli/MegaCli64 -AdpBbuCmd -a0 | grep "Full Charge" -A5 | sort \
| grep Full -A1

The following is an example of the output from the command:

Full Charge Capacity: 1357 mAh
Max Error: 2 %

Proactive battery replacement should be done on batteries that show capacity less than 800 mAh and have maximum error less than 10%. Immediately replace any battery that has less than 674 mAh or has maximum error more than 10%.

The battery temperature can be monitored using the following command:

/opt/MegaRAID/MegaCli/MegaCli64 -AdpBbuCmd -a0 | grep BatteryType; \
/opt/MegaRAID/MegaCli/MegaCli64 -AdpBbuCmd -a0 | grep -i temper

The following is an example of the output from the command:

BatteryType: iBBU08
Temperature: 38 C
  Temperature                  : OK
  Over Temperature        : No

If the battery temperature is greater than or equal to 55 degrees Celsius, then determine the cause, and correct the problem.

Note:

Exadata Storage Servers generate an alert when battery charge capacity is insufficient or the temperature is high, and when the battery should be replaced.

11.4.3 Replacing Batteries in Disk Controllers

If the battery charge capacity in the disk controllers falls below the minimum threshold, then Oracle will replace the failed batteries at no extra charge, if the system is covered either by the Oracle Premier Support for Systems or occurs during the warranty period.

For customers with Premier Support for Systems, Oracle attempts to proactively replace the batteries in Oracle Exadata Rack before the end of the estimated lifetime, on a best efforts basis.

11.5 Managing F20 PCIe Energy Storage Modules

Sun Flash Accelerator F20 PCIe cards are used in Oracle Exadata Database Machine X3 models.

11.5.1 About F20 PCIe Energy Storage Modules

The Sun Flash Accelerator F20 PCIe card includes an energy storage module (ESM) to ensure data integrity during a power interruption, functioning similar to a battery backup.

Sun Flash Accelerator F20 PCIe cards accelerate performance in Oracle Exadata Rack by caching frequently-accessed Oracle Database data and avoids the need to do physical I/O to the disk in Exadata Storage Server. Write operations to the flash cards are temporarily staged in volatile local DRAM memory on the card to speed write operations. The data in the DRAM is protected by an Energy Storage Module (ESM) which provides enough electrical power, in the event of a power failure, to move the data in the DRAM to the local flash.

The flash modules used in Oracle Exadata X3 systems have an expected endurance of 10 years or more, even in write intensive applications. Flash endurance is determined primarily by the total data written to flash across many years, as well as the type of data written. No application runs at maximum flash write IOPS for every second of every day for years. Applications also do many reads and have periods of high and low activity, such as day versus night, quarter close, end of a trading day, and so on. A very highly write intensive application might average 25 percent of the maximum flash write IOPS when measured over many months. Each Exadata X3 storage server has a total flash write endurance of over 50 PB for typical database data. In a full rack, if the application writes an average of 250,000 8K flash IOPS (25 percent of maximum writes) for 10 years, then it will write a total of 41 PB of data to each cell. This is less than the 50 PB per cell endurance.

If the ESM does not have sufficient charge, then the F20 PCIe card operates in fail-safe write-through mode, bypassing the DRAM memory and writing all data directly to flash. This results in reduced write performance, but there is no data loss. Exadata Storage Server generates an alert when the ESM capacity is insufficient, and the ESM should be replaced.

The charge capacity of the ESM degrades over time, and its life expectancy is inversely proportional to the operating temperature. The worst case life expectancy of the ESM in Oracle Exadata Rack is as follows:

Type of Exadata Storage Server Lifetime

Exadata Storage Server with Sun Fire X4275 Servers

3 years

Exadata Storage Server with Sun Fire X4270 M2 Servers

4 years

11.5.2 Replacing Flash ESM

If the charge capacity in the F20 PCIe ESM falls below the minimum threshold, then Oracle will replace the failed ESM modules at no extra charge, if the system is covered either by the Oracle Premier Support for Systems or occurs during the warranty period.

For customers with Premier Support for Systems, Oracle attempts to proactively replace the F20 PCIe ESM in the Oracle Exadata Rack before the end of the estimated lifetime, on a best efforts basis.

11.6 LED Status Descriptions

The LEDs on the Oracle Exadata Rack components help you identify the component that needs servicing.

11.6.1 Exadata Database Server X5-2 and later LEDs

The following table describes the color codes of the LEDs on Oracle Server X5-2 and later Oracle Database Servers.

Table 11-2 Oracle Server X5-2 and later Oracle Database Server LED Status Descriptions

Component LED Status

Oracle Server X5-2 and later Oracle Database Server fan module

  • Top Fan Fault LED is off: The system is powered on and the fan module is functioning correctly.

  • Top Fan Fault LED is amber: The fan module is faulty. The front and rear panel Fault-Service Required LEDs are also lit if the system detects a fan module fault.

Oracle Server X5-2 and later Oracle Database Server power supply

  • AC OK LED is green: Power supply can be removed during a hot-swap procedure.

  • Fault-Service Required LED is amber: The power supply is faulty. The front and rear panel Fault-Service Required LEDs are also lit if the system detects a power supply fault.

Oracle Server X5-2 and later Oracle Database Server servers

  • OK to Remove LED is blue: The storage drive can be removed safely during a hot-swap procedure.

  • Fault-Service Required LED is amber: The system is running but the storage drive is faulty. The front and rear panel Fault-Service Required LEDs are also lit if the system detects a storage drive fault.

  • OK/Activity LED is green: Data is being read from or written to the storage drive.

The following table describes the disk status based on the LEDs.

Table 11-3 Disk Status of Oracle Server X5-2 and later Oracle Database Server Based on LEDs

LED Predictive Failure Poor Performance Critical

Service Action Required (Amber)

On

On

On

OK to Remove (Blue)

  • Off (until Oracle ASM rebalance and flash cache flush complete)

  • On (when it is safe to remove the disk)

On

On

Note:

The OK to Remove LED is initially off when a disk enters predictive failure status. After both (if applicable) the Oracle ASM rebalance and flash cache flush operations complete, then it’s safe to replace the disk without compromising redundancy, and the OK to Remove LED is turned on.

11.6.2 Sun Server X4-2 Oracle Database Server LEDs

Table 11-4 describes the color codes of the LEDs on Sun Server X4-2 Oracle Database Servers.

Table 11-4 Sun Fire X4170 M2 Oracle Database Server LED Status Descriptions

Component LED Status

Sun Server X4-2 Oracle Database Server fan module

  • Fan Status LED is green: The system is powered on and the fan module is functioning correctly.

  • Fan Status LED is amber: The fan module is faulty. The front and rear panel Service Action Required LEDs are also lit if the system detects a fan module fault.

Sun Server X4-2 Oracle Database Server power supply

  • OK to Remove LED is green: The power supply can be removed safely during a hot-swap procedure.

  • Service Action Required LED is amber: The power supply is faulty. The front and rear panel Service Action Required LEDs are also lit if the system detects a power supply fault.

  • AC Present LED is green: Power supply can be removed during a hot-swap procedure.

Sun Server X4-2 Oracle Database Server servers

  • OK to Remove LED is blue: The storage drive can be removed safely during a hot-swap procedure.

  • Service Action Required LED is amber: The system is running but the storage drive is faulty. The front and rear panel Service Action Required LEDs are also lit if the system detects a storage drive fault.

  • OK/Activity LED is green: Data is being read from or written to the storage drive.

Table 11-5 describes the disk status based on the LEDs.

Table 11-5 Disk Status of Sun Server X4-2 Oracle Database Server Based on LEDs

LED Predictive Failure Poor Performance Critical

Service Action Required (Amber)

On

On

On

OK to Remove (Blue)

Off

On

On

11.6.3 Sun Server X3-2 Oracle Database Server LEDs

Table 11-6 describes the color codes of the LEDs on Sun Server X3-2 Oracle Database Servers.

Table 11-6 Sun Server X3-2 Oracle Database Server LED Status Descriptions

Component LED Status

Sun Server X3-2 Oracle Database Server fan module

  • Fan Status LED is green: The system is powered on and the fan module is functioning correctly.

  • Fan Status LED is amber: The fan module is faulty. The front and rear panel Service Action Required LEDs are also lit if the system detects a fan module fault.

Sun Server X3-2 Oracle Database Server power supply

  • OK to Remove LED is green: The power supply can be removed safely during a hot-swap procedure.

  • Service Action Required LED is amber: The power supply is faulty. The front and rear panel Service Action Required LEDs are also lit if the system detects a power supply fault.

  • AC Present LED is green: Power supply can be removed during a hot-swap procedure.

Sun Server X3-2 Oracle Database Server servers

  • OK to Remove LED is blue: The storage drive can be removed safely during a hot-swap procedure.

  • Service Action Required LED is amber: The system is running but the storage drive is faulty. The front and rear panel Service Action Required LEDs are also lit if the system detects a storage drive fault.

  • OK/Activity LED is green: Data is being read from or written to the storage drive.

Table 11-7 describes the disk status based on the LEDs.

Table 11-7 Disk Status of Sun Server X3-2 Oracle Database Server Based on LEDs

LED Predictive Failure Poor Performance Critical

Service Action Required (Amber)

On

On

On

OK to Remove (Blue)

Off

On

On

11.6.4 Sun Fire X4170 M2 Oracle Database Server LEDs

Table 11-8 describes the color codes of the LEDs on Sun Fire X4170 M2 Oracle Database Servers.

Table 11-8 Sun Fire X4170 M2 Oracle Database Server LED Status Descriptions

Component LED Status

Sun Fire X4170 M2 Oracle Database Server fan module

  • Fan Status LED is green: The system is powered on and the fan module is functioning correctly.

  • Fan Status LED is amber: The fan module is faulty. The front and rear panel Service Action Required LEDs are also lit if the system detects a fan module fault.

Sun Fire X4170 M2 Oracle Database Server power supply

  • OK to Remove LED is green: The power supply can be removed safely during a hot-swap procedure.

  • Service Action Required LED is amber: The power supply is faulty. The front and rear panel Service Action Required LEDs are also lit if the system detects a power supply fault.

  • AC Present LED is green: Power supply can be removed during a hot-swap procedure.

Sun Fire X4170 M2 Oracle Database Server servers

  • OK to Remove LED is blue: The storage drive can be removed safely during a hot-swap procedure.

  • Service Action Required LED is amber: The system is running but the storage drive is faulty. The front and rear panel Service Action Required LEDs are also lit if the system detects a storage drive fault.

  • OK/Activity LED is green: Data is being read from or written to the storage drive.

Table 11-9 describes the disk status based on the LEDs.

Table 11-9 Disk Status of Sun Fire X4170 M2 Oracle Database Server Based on LEDs

LED Predictive Failure Poor Performance Critical

Service Action Required (Amber)

On

On

On

OK to Remove (Blue)

Off

On

On

11.6.5 Sun Fire X4170 Oracle Database Server LEDs

Table 11-10 describes the color codes of the LEDs on Sun Fire X4170 Oracle Database Servers.

Table 11-10 Sun Fire X4170 Oracle Database Server LED Status Descriptions

Component LED Status

Sun Fire X4170 Oracle Database Server fan module

  • Power/OK LED is green: The system is powered on and the fan module is functioning correctly.

  • Service Action Required LED is amber: The fan module is faulty. The front and rear panel Service Action Required LEDs are also lit if the system detects a fan module fault.

Sun Fire X4170 Oracle Database Server power supply

  • OK to Remove LED is green: The power supply can be removed safely during a hot-swap procedure.

  • Service Action Required LED is amber: The power supply is faulty. The front and rear panel Service Action Required LEDs are also lit if the system detects a power supply fault.

  • AC Present LED is green: Power supply can be removed during a hot-swap procedure.

Sun Fire X4170 Oracle Database Server servers

  • OK to Remove LED is blue: A storage drive can be removed safely during a hot-swap procedure.

  • Service Action Required LED is amber: The system is running and the storage drive is faulty. The front and rear panel Service Action Required LEDs are also lit if the system detects a storage drive fault.

  • OK/Activity LED is green: Data is being read from or written to the storage drive.

Table 11-11 describes the disk status based on the LEDs.

Table 11-11 Disk Status of Sun Fire X4170 Oracle Database Server Based on LEDs

LED Predictive Failure Poor Performance Critical

Service Action Required (Amber)

Flashing

Flashing

On

OK to Remove (Blue)

Off

Flashing

Flashing

11.6.6 Exadata Database Server X5-8 and Later LEDs

The color codes of the LEDs on Exadata Database Server X5-8 and later models are as follows:

  • Dual PCIe Card Carriers (DPCC):

    • Fault-Service Required LED is amber. If lit, there is a fault condition that requires service. This LED blinks rapidly when you use Oracle ILOM to activate the LED as a locator.
    • OK/Activity LED is green. A steady light indicates the PCIe is ready, and in use by the operating system. A flashing green light indicates the DPCC is booting. If the LED is not lit, then power is not present.
  • Hard drives:

    • OK to Remove LED is blue. If this LED is lit, then the hard drive can safely be removed.
    • Fault-Service Required LED is amber. If this LED is lit, then a fault was detected in the hard drive. If flashing, this LED indicates the drive is not functioning correctly, which is related to a status of predictive failure, poor performance, or critical.
    • OK/Activity LED is green: This LED flashes to indicate drive activity. The rate at which the LED blinks can vary by activity. If the LED is a steady green, then the storage drive is functioning normally. If the LED is not lit, then power is not present or the Oracle ILOM boot is not complete.
  • Power supplies:

    • PSU Fault-Service Required LED is amber. If this LED is lit, then a fault was detected in the power supply.
    • PSU OK LED is green. If the LED is a steady green, then the power supply is functioning normally.
    • AC OK LED is green. If the LED is a steady green, then the power supply is connected to a properly rated AC power source.
  • Service processor (SP) modules:

    • Network Activity LEDs: A steady green light indicates a live network. This LED lights when the network port is active. If the LED is not lit, it indicates that there is no activity, and the link is not operational. When there is network traffic, the LED flashes green.
    • Network Speed LEDs: If the LED is not lit, it indicates a 10BASE-T link (if link up) (10 Gigabit Ethernet 10GBASE-T). If there is a steady amber light, it indicates a 100BASE-T link (Fast Ethernet 100 BASE-TX). If the light is a steady green light, it indicates a 1000BASE-T link (Gigabit Ethernet 1000BASE-T).
    • Chassis Fault-Service Required LED is amber. If this LED is lit, then a fault was detected in the system module.
    • Power/System OK LED: Green indicates full power mode. It flashes quickly during server start up and when AC power cords are connected to the server. It flashes slowly in standby power mode.
    • Temperature Fault LED is amber. If lit, this LED indicates the internal server temperature exceeds the upper threshold.
    • SP OK LED is green. When this LED is lit, it indicates the service processor and Oracle ILOM are operational. If the LED is flashing, it indicates the SP is booting.
    • Locator LED is white: This LED is lit when activated by Oracle ILOM or the recessed Locate button. This LED enables you to locate a server quickly and easily.

11.6.7 Sun Server X4-8 Oracle Database Server LEDs

Table 11-12 describes the color codes of the LEDs on Sun Server X4-8 Oracle Database Server.

Table 11-12 Sun Server X4-8 Oracle Database Server LED Status Descriptions

Component LED Status

Sun Server X4-8 Oracle Database Server Back Panel PCIe Card Carriers (DPCC)

  • ATTN Button LED: Press to remove and to add the PCIe to the operating system.

  • Service Action Required (fault) LED is amber: There is a fault condition.

  • OK LED is green: PCIe is ready, and in use by the operating system.

Sun Server X4-8 Oracle Database Server hard drives

  • Hot Swap LED is blue: The hard drive can safely be removed.

  • Fault is amber: The hard drive is faulty.

  • Activity is green: Flashing indicates drive activity, and standby.

Sun Server X4-8 Oracle Database Server power supply

  • PSU Fault LED is amber: The power supply has a fault condition.

  • PSU OK LED is green: The power supply is on.

  • AC LED is green: AC is connected to the power supply.

Sun Server X4-8 Oracle Database Server service processor (SP) modules

  • 10/1000/1000Base-T Ethernet LED (left): Green indicates link is established at 1 gigabit. Amber and on indicates link is established at 100 megabits. Amber and off indicates link is established at 10 megabits.

  • 10/1000/1000Base-T Ethernet LED (bottom) is green: There is activity on the link.

  • Chassis Service Action Required (fault) LED is amber: There is a fault condition.

  • Chassis Power OK LED: Green indicates full power mode. It flashes quickly during SP boot when AC power cords are connected to the server. It flashes slowly in standby power mode.

  • Chassis Over-temperature LED is amber: The internal server temperature exceeds the upper threshold.

  • SP module OK LED: It is green and on when SP is functional. It flashes green three times when SP module first receives power. It is yellow when SP is not functional.

  • Chassis Locate LED is white: It has been activated by the ILOM or Locate button.

Table 11-13 describes the disk status based on the LEDs.

Table 11-13 Disk Status of Sun Server X4-8 Oracle Database Server Based on LEDs

LED Predictive Failure Poor Performance Critical

Service Action Required (Amber)

Flashing

Flashing

Flashing

OK to Remove (Blue)

Off

Off

Off

11.6.8 Sun Server X2-8 Oracle Database Server LEDs

Table 11-14 describes the color codes of the LEDs on Sun Server X2-8 Oracle Database Servers.

Table 11-14 Sun Server X2-8 Oracle Database Server LED Status Descriptions

Component LED Status

Sun Server X2-8 Oracle Database Server Back Panel PCIe Express Modules (EM)

  • ATTN Button LED: Press to remove and to add the EM to the operating system.

  • Service Action Required (fault) LED is amber: There is a fault condition.

  • OK LED is green: EM is ready, and in use by the operating system.

Sun Server X2-8 Oracle Database Server hard drives

  • Hot Swap LED is blue: The hard drive can safely be removed.

  • Fault is amber: The hard drive is faulty.

  • Activity is green: Flashing indicates drive activity, and standby.

Sun Server X2-8 Oracle Database Server Network Express Modules (NEM)

  • 10 Gb Ethernet port Activity LED: Green indicates link is established at 100 megabits. Amber indicates link is at 10 megabits, and not at full capacity.

  • 10 Gb Ethernet port Link LED is green: There is activity on the link.

  • 10/1000/1000Base-T Ethernet LED (top): Green indicates link is established at 1 gigabit. Amber and on indicates link is established at 100 megabits. Amber and off indicates link is established at 10 megabits.

  • 10/1000/1000Base-T Ethernet LED (bottom) is green: There is activity on the link.

  • NEM Locate LED is white: It has been activated by the ILOM or Locate button.

  • OK to Remove LED is blue: Not used.

  • Service Action Required (fault) LED is amber: There is a fault condition.

  • Power OK LED is green: The system is powered on.

Sun Server X2-8 Oracle Database Server power supply

  • PSU Fault LED is amber: The power supply has a fault condition.

  • PSU OK LED is green: The power supply is on.

  • AC LED is green: AC is connected to the power supply.

Sun Server X2-8 Oracle Database Server service processor (SP) modules

  • 10/1000/1000Base-T Ethernet LED (left): Green indicates link is established at 1 gigabit. Amber and on indicates link is established at 100 megabits. Amber and off indicates link is established at 10 megabits.

  • 10/1000/1000Base-T Ethernet LED (bottom) is green: There is activity on the link.

  • Chassis Service Action Required (fault) LED is amber: There is a fault condition.

  • Chassis Power OK LED: Green indicates full power mode. It flashes quickly during SP boot when AC power cords are connected to the server. It flashes slowly in standby power mode.

  • Chassis Over-temperature LED is amber: The internal server temperature exceeds the upper threshold.

  • SP module OK LED: It is green and on when SP is functional. It flashes green three times when SP module first receives power. It is yellow when SP is not functional.

  • Chassis Locate LED is white: It has been activated by the ILOM or Locate button.

Table 11-15 describes the disk status based on the LEDs.

Table 11-15 Disk Status of Sun Server X2-8 Oracle Database Server Based on LEDs

LED Predictive Failure Poor Performance Critical

Service Action Required (Amber)

Flashing

Flashing

Flashing

OK to Remove (Blue)

Off

Off

Off

11.6.9 Sun Fire X4800 Oracle Database Server LEDs

Table 11-16 describes the color codes of the LEDs on Sun Fire X4800 Oracle Database Servers.

Table 11-16 Sun Fire X4800 Oracle Database Server LED Status Descriptions

Component LED Status

Sun Fire X4800 Oracle Database Server Back Panel PCIe Express Modules (EM)

  • ATTN Button LED: Press to remove and to add the EM to the operating system.

  • Service Action Required (fault) LED is amber: There is a fault condition.

  • OK LED is green: EM is ready, and in use by the operating system.

Sun Fire X4800 Oracle Database Server hard drives

  • Hot Swap LED is blue: The hard drive can safely be removed.

  • Fault is amber: The hard drive is faulty.

  • Activity is green: Flashing indicates drive activity, and standby.

Sun Fire X4800 Oracle Database Server Network Express Modules (NEM)

  • 10 Gb Ethernet port Activity LED: Green indicates link is established at 100 megabits. Amber indicates link is at 10 megabits, and not at full capacity.

  • 10 Gb Ethernet port Link LED is green: There is activity on the link.

  • 10/1000/1000Base-T Ethernet LED (top): Green indicates link is established at 1 gigabit. Amber and on indicates link is established at 100 megabits. Amber and off indicates link is established at 10 megabits.

  • 10/1000/1000Base-T Ethernet LED (bottom) is green: There is activity on the link.

  • NEM Locate LED is white: It has been activated by the ILOM or Locate button.

  • OK to Remove LED is blue: Not used.

  • Service Action Required (fault) LED is amber: There is a fault condition.

  • Power OK LED is green: The system is powered on.

Sun Fire X4800 Oracle Database Server power supply

  • PSU Fault LED is amber: The power supply has a fault condition.

  • PSU OK LED is green: The power supply is on.

  • AC LED is green: AC is connected to the power supply.

Sun Fire X4800 Oracle Database Server service processor (SP) modules

  • 10/1000/1000Base-T Ethernet LED (left): Green indicates link is established at 1 gigabit. Amber and on indicates link is established at 100 megabits. Amber and off indicates link is established at 10 megabits.

  • 10/1000/1000Base-T Ethernet LED (bottom) is green: There is activity on the link.

  • Chassis Service Action Required (fault) LED is amber: There is a fault condition.

  • Chassis Power OK LED: Green indicates full power mode. It flashes quickly during SP boot when AC power cords are connected to the server. It flashes slowly in standby power mode.

  • Chassis Over-temperature LED is amber: The internal server temperature exceeds the upper threshold.

  • SP module OK LED: It is green and on when SP is functional. It flashes green three times when SP module first receives power. It is yellow when SP is not functional.

  • Chassis Locate LED is white: It has been activated by the ILOM or Locate button.

Table 11-17 describes the disk status based on the LEDs.

Table 11-17 Disk Status of Sun Fire X4800 Oracle Database Server Based on LEDs

LED Predictive Failure Poor Performance Critical

Service Action Required (Amber)

Flashing

Flashing

Flashing

OK to Remove (Blue)

Off

Off

Off

11.6.10 Exadata Storage Server X7-2 and X8-2 LEDs

The following table describes the color codes of the LEDs on Exadata Storage Server X7-2 and X8-2 servers.

Table 11-18 Exadata Storage Server X7-2 and X8-2 LED Status Descriptions

Component LED Status

Exadata Storage Server fan module

  • Top Fan Fault LED is off: The system is powered on and the fan module is functioning correctly.

  • Top Fan Fault LED is amber: The fan module is faulty. The front and rear panel Fault-Service Required LEDs are also lit if the system detects a fan module fault.

Exadata Storage Server power supply

  • Fault-Service Required LED is amber: The power supply is faulty. The front and rear panel Fault-Service Required LEDs are also lit if the system detects a power supply fault.

  • AC OK LED is green: Power supply can be removed during a hot-swap procedure.

Exadata Storage Servers

  • OK to Remove LED is blue: The storage drive can be removed safely during a hot-swap procedure.

  • Fault-Service Required LED is amber: The system is running but the storage drive is faulty. The front and rear panel Fault-Service Required LEDs are also lit if the system detects a storage drive fault.

  • OK/Activity LED is green: Data is being read from or written to the storage drive.

  • Do Not Service LED is white/on: The storage server should not be powered off for services; otherwise it could cause a forced dismount of the Oracle Automatic Storage Management (Oracle ASM) disk group and compromise data availability.

  • Do Not Service LED is off: The storage server can be powered off for services.

The following table describes the disk status based on the LEDs.

Table 11-19 Disk Status of Exadata Storage Server X7-2 and X8-2 Based on LEDs

LED Predictive Failure Poor Performance Critical

Fault-Service Required LED (Amber)

On

On

On

OK to Remove LED (Blue)

Off

On

On

11.6.11 Exadata Storage Server X5-2 Servers

Table 11-20 describes the color codes of the LEDs on Exadata Storage Server X5-2 Servers.

Table 11-20 LED Status Descriptions

Component LED Status

Exadata Storage Server X5-2 Servers fan module

  • Fan Status LED is off: The system is powered on and the fan module is functioning correctly.

  • Fan Status LED is amber: The fan module is faulty. The front and rear panel Service Action Required LEDs are also lit if the system detects a fan module fault.

Exadata Storage Server X5-2 Servers power supply

  • OK to Remove LED is green: The power supply can be removed safely during a hot-swap procedure.

  • Service Action Required LED is amber: The power supply is faulty. The front and rear panel Service Action Required LEDs are also lit if the system detects a power supply fault.

  • AC Present LED is green: Power supply can be removed during a hot-swap procedure.

Exadata Storage Server X5-2 Servers servers

  • OK to Remove LED is blue: A storage drive can safely be removed during a hot-swap procedure.

  • Service Action Required LED is amber: The storage drive is faulty. The front and rear panel Service Action Required LEDs are also lit if the system detects a storage drive fault.

  • OK/Activity LED is green: Data is being read from or written to the storage drive.

Table 11-21 describes the disk status based on the LEDs.

Table 11-21 Disk Status of Exadata Storage Server X5-2 Servers Based on LEDs

LED Predictive Failure Poor Performance Critical

Service Action Required (Amber)

On

On

On

OK to Remove (Blue)

Off

On

On

11.6.12 Exadata Storage Server X4-2L Servers

Table 11-22 describes the color codes of the LEDs on Exadata Storage Server X3-2 Servers.

Table 11-22 LED Status Descriptions

Component LED Status

Exadata Storage Server X4-2L Servers fan module

  • Fan Status LED is green: The system is powered on and the fan module is functioning correctly.

  • Fan Status LED is amber: The fan module is faulty. The front and rear panel Service Action Required LEDs are also lit if the system detects a fan module fault.

Exadata Storage Server X4-2L Servers power supply

  • OK to Remove LED is green: The power supply can be removed safely during a hot-swap procedure.

  • Service Action Required LED is amber: The power supply is faulty. The front and rear panel Service Action Required LEDs are also lit if the system detects a power supply fault.

  • AC Present LED is green: Power supply can be removed during a hot-swap procedure.

Exadata Storage Server X4-2L Servers servers

  • OK to Remove LED is blue: A storage drive can safely be removed during a hot-swap procedure.

  • Service Action Required LED is amber: The storage drive is faulty. The front and rear panel Service Action Required LEDs are also lit if the system detects a storage drive fault.

  • OK/Activity LED is green: Data is being read from or written to the storage drive.

Table 11-25 describes the disk status based on the LEDs.

Table 11-23 Disk Status of Exadata Storage Server X4-2L Servers Based on LEDs

LED Predictive Failure Poor Performance Critical

Service Action Required (Amber)

On

On

On

OK to Remove (Blue)

Off

On

On

11.6.13 Exadata Storage Server X3-2 Servers

Table 11-24 describes the color codes of the LEDs on Exadata Storage Server X3-2 Servers.

Table 11-24 LED Status Descriptions

Component LED Status

Exadata Storage Server X3-2 Servers fan module

  • Fan Status LED is green: The system is powered on and the fan module is functioning correctly.

  • Fan Status LED is amber: The fan module is faulty. The front and rear panel Service Action Required LEDs are also lit if the system detects a fan module fault.

Exadata Storage Server X3-2 Servers power supply

  • OK to Remove LED is green: The power supply can be removed safely during a hot-swap procedure.

  • Service Action Required LED is amber: The power supply is faulty. The front and rear panel Service Action Required LEDs are also lit if the system detects a power supply fault.

  • AC Present LED is green: Power supply can be removed during a hot-swap procedure.

Exadata Storage Server X3-2 Servers servers

  • OK to Remove LED is blue: A storage drive can safely be removed during a hot-swap procedure.

  • Service Action Required LED is amber: The storage drive is faulty. The front and rear panel Service Action Required LEDs are also lit if the system detects a storage drive fault.

  • OK/Activity LED is green: Data is being read from or written to the storage drive.

Table 11-25 describes the disk status based on the LEDs.

Table 11-25 Disk Status of Exadata Storage Server X3-2 Servers Based on LEDs

LED Predictive Failure Poor Performance Critical

Service Action Required (Amber)

On

On

On

OK to Remove (Blue)

Off

On

On

11.6.14 Exadata Storage Server with Sun Fire X4270 M2 Servers

Table 11-26 describes the color codes of the LEDs on Exadata Storage Server with Sun Fire X4270 M2 Servers.

Table 11-26 LED Status Descriptions

Component LED Status

Exadata Storage Server with Sun Fire X4270 M2 Servers fan module

  • Fan Status LED is green: The system is powered on and the fan module is functioning correctly.

  • Fan Status LED is amber: The fan module is faulty. The front and rear panel Service Action Required LEDs are also lit if the system detects a fan module fault.

Exadata Storage Server with Sun Fire X4270 M2 Servers power supply

  • OK to Remove LED is green: The power supply can be removed safely during a hot-swap procedure.

  • Service Action Required LED is amber: The power supply is faulty. The front and rear panel Service Action Required LEDs are also lit if the system detects a power supply fault.

  • AC Present LED is green: Power supply can be removed during a hot-swap procedure.

Exadata Storage Server with Sun Fire X4270 M2 Servers servers

  • OK to Remove LED is blue: A storage drive can safely be removed during a hot-swap procedure.

  • Service Action Required LED is amber: The storage drive is faulty. The front and rear panel Service Action Required LEDs are also lit if the system detects a storage drive fault.

  • OK/Activity LED is green: Data is being read from or written to the storage drive.

Table 11-27 describes the disk status based on the LEDs.

Table 11-27 Disk Status of Exadata Storage Server with Sun Fire X4270 M2 Servers Based on LEDs

LED Predictive Failure Poor Performance Critical

Service Action Required (Amber)

On

On

On

OK to Remove (Blue)

Off

On

On

11.6.15 Exadata Storage Server with Sun Fire X4275 Servers LEDs

Table 11-28 describes the color codes of the LEDs on Exadata Storage Server with Sun Fire X4275 Serverss.

Table 11-28 Exadata Storage Server with Sun Fire X4275 Servers LED Status Descriptions

Component LED Status

Exadata Storage Server with Sun Fire X4275 Servers

  • OK to Remove LED is blue: A storage drive can safely be removed during a hot-swap procedure.

  • Service Action Required LED is amber: The storage drive is faulty. The front and rear panel Service Action Required LEDs are also lit if the system detects a storage drive fault.

  • OK/Activity LED is green: Data is being read from or written to the storage drive.

Exadata Storage Server with Sun Fire X4275 Servers fan module

  • Power/OK LED is green: The system is powered on and the fan module is functioning correctly.

  • Service Action Required LED is amber: The fan module is faulty. The front and rear panel Service Action Required LEDs are also lit if the system detects a fan module fault.

Exadata Storage Server with Sun Fire X4275 Servers power supply

  • AC Present LED is green: Power supply can be removed during a hot-swap procedure.

  • Service Action Required LED is amber: The power supply is faulty. The front and rear panel Service Action Required LEDs are also lit if the system detects a power supply fault.

  • OK to Remove LED is blue: The power supply can safely be removed during a hot-swap procedure.

Table 11-29 describes the disk status based on the LEDs.

Table 11-29 Disk Status of Exadata Storage Server with Sun Fire X4275 Servers Based on LEDs

LED Predictive Failure Poor Performance Critical

Service Action Required (Amber)

Flashing

Flashing

On

OK to Remove (Blue)

Off

Flashing

Flashing

11.6.16 Sun Flash Accelerator F20 PCIe Card LEDs

Table 11-30 describes the color codes of the LEDs on Sun Flash Accelerator F20 PCIe cards.

Table 11-30 Sun Flash Accelerator F20 PCIe Card LED Status Descriptions

Component LED Status

FMod 3, 2, 1, 0

LED is green: It flashes when there is read/write activity in the corresponding FMod. It is on when the corresponding FMod is present.

ESM OK LED

LED is green: It is on when the ESM is adequately charged and capable of providing enough emergency power to retain data integrity in the event of a power interruption. It is off when the system is down, and it flashes when the ESM is charging.

ESM Service Required LED

LED is amber indicates the ESM is not retaining enough reserve power to support write-back mode. The card is functioning in write-through (caching) mode. Service is required.

Power LED

LED is on: Indicates the card is on.

11.6.17 Sun Datacenter InfiniBand Switch 36 Switch LEDs

Table 11-31 describes the color codes of the LEDs on Sun Datacenter InfiniBand Switch 36 switches.

Table 11-31 Sun Datacenter InfiniBand Switch 36 Switch LED Status Descriptions

Component LED Status

Sun Datacenter InfiniBand Switch 36 chassis

  • Locator LED is white: It flashes when identifying itself. It is on when there is no function, and off when disabled.

  • Attention LED is amber: There is a fault condition. It flashes when there is no function.

  • OK LED is green: Switch is functioning correctly. It flashes when there is no function.

Sun Datacenter InfiniBand Switch 36 link status

Link LED is green: It is on when link is established. It is off when link is down, and it flashes when there are symbol errors.

Sun Datacenter InfiniBand Switch 36 network management ports

  • Link speed LED: Green indicates 1000BASE-T. Amber indicates 100BASE-T. Off indicates no link. Flashing indicates no function.

  • Activity LED: Flashing indicates packet activity. On indicates no function. Off indicates no activity.

Sun Datacenter InfiniBand Switch 36 power supply

  • OK LED is green: Indicates 12 VDC is supplied. Flashing indicates no function.

  • Attention LED is amber: There is a fault, and 12 VDC shut down. Flashing indicates no function.

  • AC LED is green: AC power is present and good. Flashing indicates no function.

11.6.18 Cisco Nexus 9336C-FX2 Switch LEDs

This topic describes the color codes of the LEDs on Cisco Nexus 9336C-FX2 switches.

Table 11-32 Cisco Nexus 9336C-FX2 Switch LED Status Descriptions

Component LED Status Location

Switch chassis Beacon (BCN) LED

  • Flashing blue: Operator activated LED to identify the switch.
  • Off: Default status, switch is not being identified.
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The BCN LED is located on the left side of the front of the switch

Switch chassis Status (STS) LED

  • Flashing amber: Switch is booting up.
  • Amber or Red: Temperature of the switch has exceeded the minor alarm threshold
  • Off: The switch has no power.

The STS LED is located on the left side of the front of the switch

Switch chassis Environment (ENV) LED
  • Green: The fans and power supplies are functioning correctly.
  • Amber: At least one power supply or fan has stopped functioning.

The ENV LED is located on the left side of the front of the switch

Cisco Nexus 9336C-FX2 network ports

  • Green: The port admin state is enabled, Small form-factor pluggable (SFP) transceiver is present, and the interface is connected.
  • Amber: The port admin state is disabled, the SFP is absent, or both.
  • Off: The port admin state is enabled, SFP is present, but the interface is not connected.

The port LEDs appear as triangles pointing up or down to the nearest port.

Switch chassis lane link

  • One or more are lit: The lane is being checked
  • None: All four lanes are being checked/

The Lane Link LEDs indicate which of the break out lanes are being checked.

Power supply OK and Fault LEDs

  • OK-Green, Fault-Off: Power supply is functioning correctly.
  • OK-Flashing Green, Fault-Off: Power supply is connected to a power source but not outputting power to the switch. The power supply might not be installed in the chassis.
  • OK-Off, Fault-Off: Power supply is not receiving power or is shut down.
  • OK-Green, Fault-Flashing Amber: Power supply warning, indicating possible high voltage, high power, low voltage, power supply warning condition, or power supply fan not operating correctly.
  • OK-Green, Fault-Amber: Power supply failure.

The power supply LEDs are located on the left front portion of the power supply. Combinations of states indicated by the Okay and Fault LEDs indicate the status for the module.

Fan Module STS LED

  • Green: Fan module is operating correctly.
  • Red: Fan module is not operational.
  • Off: Fan module does not have power.

The fan moduleLED is located below the air holes on the front of the module.

11.7 Parts and Repair Procedures for Oracle Database Servers

Each server model has a different layout of internal components, different replaceable parts and different repair procedures.

11.7.1 Oracle Server X8-2 and X8M-2 Database Server Parts

The following image shows the front view of Oracle Server X8-2 and X8M-2 Database Servers.

Figure 11-1 Front View of Oracle Server X8-2 and X8M-2 Database Servers


Description of Figure 11-1 follows
Description of "Figure 11-1 Front View of Oracle Server X8-2 and X8M-2 Database Servers"

The following image shows the rear view of the Oracle Server.

Figure 11-2 Rear View of Oracle Server X8-2 and X8M-2 Database Servers



The following table lists the replaceable parts for Oracle Server X8-2 and X8M-2 database servers. Refer to this table only if you have a basic warranty. All replacement parts shown in the following table are considered FRU when covered under Premier Support of Systems warranty.

Table 11-33 Replacement Parts for Oracle Server X8-2 and X8M-2 Database Servers

Part Number Description Repair Category Coverage under Basic Warranty Repair Procedure

370-5621-01

3 volt lithium battery grover

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Battery (CRU)" in Oracle Exadata X8-2 Database Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93359_01/html/E93386/gqviw.html#scrolltoc

7363537

ASSY DRV 1.2TB 10KRPM SAS3 512N SFF MARLIN

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing Storage Drives (CRU)" in Oracle Exadata X8-2 Database Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93359_01/html/E93386/gquak.html#scrolltoc

7322171

ASM LFIM

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing Other Cables (FRU)" in Oracle Exadata X8-2 Database Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93359_01/html/E93386/gqvev.html#scrolltoc

7339763

BD LP DUAL SFP28 ADAPTER WHITNEY+ PCIe3.0x8

DBO

CRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Servicing PCIe Cards (CRU)" in Oracle Exadata X8-2 Database Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93359_01/html/E93386/gqvjk.html#scrolltoc

8200663

HEATSINK CPU HEIGHT:23.5 MM

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing Processors (FRU)" in Oracle Exadata X8-2 Database Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93359_01/html/E93386/gqtmk.html#scrolltoc

7343599

Assembly, riser, 1-slot, 1U

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing PCIe Risers (CRU)" in Oracle Exadata X8-2 Database Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93359_01/html/E93386/gqvft.html#scrolltoc

7330698

DIMM, 32 GB, RDIMM, DDR4, 2666 2Rx4 1.2V

DBO

CRU

See "Servicing the DIMMs (CRU)" in Oracle Exadata X8-2 Database Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93359_01/html/E93386/gqvkr.html#scrolltoc

8200116

Power supply, AC, A266, F, 12V, 1200W

HS

CRU

  1. Remove rear left side of the CMA, and then swing it back and out to the right.

    The telescopic cross member supporting the cables directly behind the server can be retracted to access both power supplies.

  2. See "Servicing Power Supplies (CRU)" in Oracle Exadata X8-2 Database Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93359_01/html/E93386/gqunc.html#scrolltoc

  3. Replace the CMA.

7332895

HBA, 12 Gb SAS PCIe 16-port RAID internal with flash module

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Internal HBA Card and HBA Super Capacitor (FRU)" in Oracle Exadata X8-2 Database Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93359_01/html/E93386/gqvmq.html#scrolltoc

7086345

Assembly, super cap, 13.5 volt, 6.4F, SAS3 HBA

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Internal HBA Card and HBA Super Capacitor (FRU)" in Oracle Exadata X8-2 Database Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93359_01/html/E93386/gqvmq.html#scrolltoc

7340897

Cable, SAS3 to HBA

DBO

CRU

See "Servicing the Internal HBA Cables" in Oracle Exadata X8-2 Database Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93359_01/html/E93386/gqvav.html#scrolltoc

7331123

Assembly, fan module

HS

CRU

See "Servicing Fan Modules (CRU)" in Oracle Exadata X8-2 Database Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93359_01/html/E93386/gquhg.html#scrolltoc

8200428

CPU INTEL CLX P8260 (B1) 2.4 GHz 165W 24c 8S 1TB (S-RF9H)

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing Processors (FRU)" in Oracle Exadata X8-2 Database Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93359_01/html/E93386/gqtmk.html#scrolltoc

7104073

Assembly, Dual 40Gb/Sec (4x) QDR RDMA Fabric Host Channel Adapter Module M3

DBO

CRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Servicing PCIe Cards (CRU)" in Oracle Exadata X8-2 Database Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93359_01/html/E93386/gqvjk.html#scrolltoc

  3. See Verifying the InfiniBand Transport Layer systems based on an InfiniBand Network Layer Configuration.

  4. Verify the new hardware meets the hardware and firmware specifications using the following command:

    /opt/oracle.SupportTools/CheckHWnFWprofile

    See Also: Oracle Exadata System Software User's Guide

7046442 (X8-2)

Assembly, Dual port, QDR CX3, HCA

DBO

CRU

See "Servicing PCIe Cards (CRU)" in Oracle Exadata X8-2 Database Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93359_01/html/E93386/gqvjk.html#scrolltoc

7119792 (X8M-2)

CX5 100GbE Adapter Dual Port QSFP28

DBO

CRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Servicing PCIe Cards (CRU)" in Oracle Exadata X8-2 Database Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93359_01/html/E93386/gqvjk.html#scrolltoc

  3. See Verifying the InfiniBand Transport Layer systems based on a RoCE Network Layer Configuration.

  4. Verify the new hardware meets the hardware and firmware specifications using the following command:

    /opt/oracle.SupportTools/CheckHWnFWprofile

    See Also: The CheckHWnFWProfile Utility

7360829

Assembly, motherboard, 1U

DBO

FRU

  1. See "Servicing the Motherboard Assembly (FRU)" in Oracle Exadata X8-2 Database Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93359_01/html/E93386/gqvfa.html#scrolltoc

  2. Press F2 after restarting the server.

  3. Set the boot order.

7331100

Assembly, riser, 2-slot, 1U

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing PCIe Risers (CRU)" in Oracle Exadata X8-2 Database Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93359_01/html/E93386/gqvft.html#scrolltoc

7331142

Assembly, Front LED indicator module

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Front LED Indicator Module (FRU)" in Oracle Exadata X8-2 Database Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93359_01/html/E93386/gqvok.html#scrolltoc

11.7.2 Oracle Server X7-2 Oracle Database Server Parts

The following image shows the front view of Oracle Server X7-2 Oracle Database Server.

Figure 11-3 Front View of Oracle Server X7-2 Oracle Database Server

Description of Figure 11-3 follows
Description of "Figure 11-3 Front View of Oracle Server X7-2 Oracle Database Server"

The following image shows the rear view of Oracle Server.

Figure 11-4 Rear View of X7-2 Oracle Database Server

Description of Figure 11-4 follows
Description of "Figure 11-4 Rear View of X7-2 Oracle Database Server"

The following table lists the replaceable parts for X7-2 Oracle Server. Refer to this table only if you have a basic warranty. All replacement parts shown in the following table are considered FRU when covered under Premier Support of Systems warranty.

Table 11-34 Replacement Parts for Oracle Server X7-2 Oracle Database Servers

Part Number Description Repair Category Coverage under Basic Warranty Repair Procedure

350-1719

Assembly, slim-rail, 1U - 2U, snap in

DBO

CRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Reinstall the Server Into the Rack" in Oracle Server X7-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E72435_01/html/E72445/gqrpu.html#scrolltoc

370-5621

3 volt lithium battery

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Battery (CRU)" in Oracle Server X7-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E72435_01/html/E72445/gqviw.html#scrolltoc

7093015

Drive, 600 GB 10K, SAS2, SFF

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing Storage Drives (CRU)" in Oracle Server X7-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E72435_01/html/E72445/gquak.html#scrolltoc

7322171

Cable, interlock, 125 mm

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing Other Cables" in Oracle Server X7-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E72435_01/html/E72445/gqvev.html#scrolltoc

7046442

Assembly, Dual 40Gb/Sec (4x) QDR InfiniBand Host Channel Adapter Module M3

DBO

CRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Servicing PCIe Cards (CRU)" in Oracle Server X7-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E72435_01/html/E72445/gqvjk.html#scrolltoc

  3. See Verifying the InfiniBand Transport Layer systems based on an InfiniBand Network Layer Configuration.

  4. Verify the new hardware meets the hardware and firmware specifications using the following command:

    /opt/oracle.SupportTools/CheckHWnFWprofile

    See Also: Oracle Exadata System Software User's Guide

7051223

Assembly, Dual 25 GbE SFP28 LP, X8 PCIe 3.0, RoHS:Y

DBO

CRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Servicing PCIe Cards (CRU)" in Oracle Server X7-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E72435_01/html/E72445/gqvjk.html#scrolltoc

7328735

Heat sink, CPU 1U

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing Processors (FRU)" in Oracle Server X7-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E72435_01/html/E72445/gqtmk.html#scrolltoc

7343599

Assembly, riser, 1-slot, 1U

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing PCIe Risers (CRU)" in Oracle Server X7-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E72435_01/html/E72445/gqvft.html#scrolltoc

7330698

DIMM, 32 GB, RDIMM, DDR4, 2666

DBO

CRU

See "Servicing the DIMMs (CRU)" in Oracle Server X7-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E72435_01/html/E72445/gqvkr.html#scrolltoc

7333459

Power supply, AC, A266, F, 12V, 1200W

HS

CRU

  1. Remove rear left side of the CMA, and then swing it back and out to the right.

    The telescopic cross member supporting the cables directly behind the server can be retracted to access both power supplies.

  2. See "Servicing Power Supplies (CRU)" in Oracle Server X7-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E72435_01/html/E72445/gqunc.html#scrolltoc

  3. Replace the CMA.

7332895

HBA, 12 Gb SAS PCIe 16-port RAID internal with flash module

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Internal HBA Card and HBA Super Capacitor (FRU)" in Oracle Server X7-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E72435_01/html/E72445/gqvmq.html#scrolltoc

7086345

Assembly, super cap, 13.5 volt, 6.4F, SAS3 HBA

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Internal HBA Card and HBA Super Capacitor (FRU)" in Oracle Server X7-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E72435_01/html/E72445/gqvmq.html#scrolltoc

7340897

Cable, SAS3 to HBA

DBO

CRU

See "Servicing the Internal HBA Cables" in Oracle Server X7-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E72435_01/html/E72445/gqvav.html#scrolltoc

7331123

Quad fan module

HS

CRU

See "Servicing Fan Modules (CRU)" in Oracle Server X7-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E72435_01/html/E72445/gquhg.html#scrolltoc

7095106

CPU, P-8160, 2.1 GHz, 150W, 24 core, (SR3B0)

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing Processors (FRU)" in Oracle Server X7-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E72435_01/html/E72445/gqtmk.html#scrolltoc

7341145

Assembly, 8-slot disk backplane SAS3, 1U

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Disk Backplane (FRU)" in Oracle Server X7-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E72435_01/html/E72445/gqvap.html#scrolltoc

7317636

Assembly, motherboard, 1U

DBO

FRU

  1. See "Servicing the Motherboard (FRU)" in Oracle Server X7-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E72435_01/html/E72445/gqvfa.html#scrolltoc

  2. Press F2 after restarting the server.

  3. Set the boot order.

         

11.7.3 Oracle Server X6-2 Oracle Database Server Parts

The following image shows the front view of Oracle Server X6-2 Oracle Database Server.

Figure 11-5 Front View of Oracle Server X6-2 Oracle Database Server

Description of Figure 11-5 follows
Description of "Figure 11-5 Front View of Oracle Server X6-2 Oracle Database Server"

The following image shows the rear view of Oracle Server X6-2 Oracle Database Server.

The top hard disk drives are, from left to right HDD1, and HDD3. The lower drives are, from left to right, HDD0, and HDD2.

Figure 11-6 Rear View of Oracle Server X6-2 Oracle Database Server

Description of Figure 11-6 follows
Description of "Figure 11-6 Rear View of Oracle Server X6-2 Oracle Database Server"

The following table lists the replaceable parts for X6-2 Oracle Server. Refer to this table only if you have a basic warranty. All replacement parts shown in the following table are considered FRU when covered under Premier Support of Systems warranty.

Table 11-35 Replacement Parts for Oracle Server X6-2 Oracle Database Servers

Part Number Description Repair Category Coverage under Basic Warranty Repair Procedure

350-1719

Assembly, slim-rail, 1U - 2U, snap in

DBO

CRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Reinstall the Server Into the Rack" in Oracle Server X6-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E62159_01/html/E62171/z40004191003899.html#scrolltoc

370-5621

3 volt lithium battery

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Battery (CRU)" in Oracle Server X6-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E62159_01/html/E62171/z40003f01423753.html#scrolltoc

542-0287

Drive, 600 GB 10K, SAS2, SFF

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing Storage Drives (CRU)" in Oracle Server X6-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E62159_01/html/E62171/z40000091011460.html#scrolltoc

7014226

Cable, interlock, 125 mm

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Power, FIM, Disk Backplane Data, and DVD Cables" in Oracle Server X6-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E62159_01/html/E62171/gnyov.html#scrolltoc

7046442

Assembly, dual port, QDR CX3, host channel adapter

DBO

CRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Servicing PCIe Cards (CRU)" in Oracle Server X6-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E62159_01/html/E62171/z40000f91037409.html#scrolltoc
  3. See "Verifying the InfiniBand Transport Layer systems based on an InfiniBand Network Layer Configuration".

  4. Verify the new hardware meets the hardware and firmware specifications using the following command:

    /opt/oracle.SupportTools/CheckHWnFWprofile 

    See Also: Oracle Exadata System Software User's Guide

7051223

Assembly, Dual 10 GbE SFP+LP, X8 PCIe 2.0, RoHS:Y

DBO

CRU

Sun Dual 10GbE SFP+ PCIe 2.0 Low Profile Adapter User's Guide at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19407-01/820-7898-11/index.html

See "Servicing PCIe Cards (CRU)" in Oracle Server X6-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E62159_01/html/E62171/z40000f91037409.html#scrolltoc

7067728

Heat sink, CPU 1U

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing Processors (FRU)" in Oracle Server X6-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E62159_01/html/E62171/z40001d31037480.html#scrolltoc

7077680

Assembly, riser, 2S, 1U

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing PCIe Risers (CRU)" in Oracle Server X6-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E62159_01/html/E62171/z40000f91037394.html#scrolltoc

7078072

DIMM, 32 GB, RDIMM, DDR4, 2400

DBO

CRU

See "Servicing the DIMMs (CRU)" in Oracle Server X6-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E62159_01/html/E62171/z40003f01425075.html#scrolltoc

7079395

Power supply, AC, A256, F, 12V, 600W

HS

CRU

  1. Remove rear left side of the CMA, and then swing it back and out to the right.

    The telescopic cross member supporting the cables directly behind the server can be retracted to access both power supplies.

  2. See "Servicing Power Supplies (CRU)" in Oracle Server X6-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E62159_01/html/E62171/z40000091014153.html#scrolltoc
  3. Replace the CMA.

7081071

Assembly, riser, single stack, 1U

DBO

CRU

See "Servicing PCIe Risers (CRU)" in Oracle Server X6-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E62159_01/html/E62171/z40000f91037394.html#scrolltoc

7085209

HBA, 12 Gbps SAS PCIe 8-port internal RAID with flash module

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Internal HBA Card (FRU)" in Oracle Server X6-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E62159_01/html/E62171/goeht.html#scrolltoc

7086345

Assembly, super cap, 13.5 volt, 6.4F, SAS3 HBA

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Internal HBA Card (FRU)" in Oracle Server X6-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E62159_01/html/E62171/goeht.html#scrolltoc

7086346

Cable, super cap, 620M, 6-pin, straight, SAS3 HBA

DBO

CRU

See "Servicing the Internal HBA SAS Cable assembly" in Oracle Server X6-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E62159_01/html/E62171/z40003eb1420346.html#scrolltoc

7089073

Fan module

HS

CRU

See "Servicing Fan Modules (CRU)" in Oracle Server X6-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E62159_01/html/E62171/z40000091014194.html#scrolltoc

7095106

CPU, E5-2699 v4, 2.2 GHz, 145W, 22 core, C-1 (SR1XD)

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing Processors (FRU)" in Oracle Server X6-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E62159_01/html/E62171/z40001d31037480.html#scrolltoc

7097205

Assembly, 8-slot backplane, 1U/2U

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Disk Backplane (FRU)" in Oracle Server X6-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E62159_01/html/E62171/z40011771417642.html#scrolltoc

7098505

Assembly, motherboard, 1U

DBO

FRU

  1. See "Servicing the Motherboard (FRU)" in Oracle Server X6-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E62159_01/html/E62171/z40011771418436.html#scrolltoc
  2. Press F2 after restarting the server.

  3. Set the boot order.

         

11.7.4 Oracle Server X5-2 Oracle Database Server Parts

Figure 11-7 shows the front view of Oracle Server X5-2 Oracle Database Server.

Figure 11-7 Front View of Oracle Server X5-2 Oracle Database Server

Description of Figure 11-7 follows
Description of "Figure 11-7 Front View of Oracle Server X5-2 Oracle Database Server"

Figure 11-8 shows the rear view of Oracle Server X5-2 Oracle Database Server.

The top hard disk drives are, from left to right HDD1, and HDD3. The lower drives are, from left to right, HDD0, and HDD2.

Figure 11-8 Rear View of Oracle Server X5-2 Oracle Database Server

Description of Figure 11-8 follows
Description of "Figure 11-8 Rear View of Oracle Server X5-2 Oracle Database Server"

Table 11-36 lists the replaceable parts for Oracle Server X5-2 Oracle Database Servers.

Note:

All replacement parts shown in the following table are considered FRU when covered under Premier Support of Systems warranty.

Table 11-36 Replacement Parts for Oracle Server X5-2 Oracle Database Servers

Part Number Description Repair Category Coverage under Basic Warranty Repair Procedure

350-1719

Assembly, slim-rail, 1U - 2U, snap in

DBO

CRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Reinstall the Server Into the Rack" in Oracle Server X5-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E41059_01/html/E48320/z40004191003899.html

370-5621

3 volt lithium battery

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Battery (CRU)" in Oracle Server X5-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E41059_01/html/E48320/z40003f01423753.html

542-0287

Drive, 600 GB 10K, SAS2, SFF

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing Storage Drives (CRU)" in Oracle Server X5-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E41059_01/html/E48320/z40000091011460.html

7014226

Cable, interlock, 125 mm

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Power, FIM, Disk Backplane Data, and DVD Cables" in Oracle Server X5-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E41059_01/html/E48320/gnyov.html

7046442

Assembly, dual port, QDR CX3, host channel adapter

DBO

CRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Servicing PCIe Cards (CRU)" in Oracle Server X5-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E41059_01/html/E48320/z40000f91037409.html
  3. See "Verifying the InfiniBand Transport Layer systems based on an InfiniBand Network Layer Configuration".

  4. Verify the new hardware meets the hardware and firmware specifications using the following command:

    /opt/oracle.SupportTools/CheckHWnFWprofile 

    See Also: Oracle Exadata System Software User's Guide

7051223

Assembly, Dual 10 GbE SFP+LP, X8 PCIe 2.0, RoHS:Y

DBO

CRU

Sun Dual 10GbE SFP+ PCIe 2.0 Low Profile Adapter User's Guide at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19407-01/820-7898-11/index.html

See "Servicing PCIe Cards (CRU)" in Oracle Server X5-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E41059_01/html/E48320/z40000f91037409.html

7067728

Heat sink, CPU 1U

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing Processors (FRU)" in Oracle Server X5-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E41059_01/html/E48320/z40001d31037480.html

7077680

Assembly, riser, 2S, 1U

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing PCIe Risers (CRU)" in Oracle Server X5-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E41059_01/html/E48320/z40000f91037394.html

7078072

DIMM, 32 GB, LRDIMM, DDR4, 2133

DBO

CRU

See "Servicing the DIMMs (CRU)" in Oracle Server X5-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E41059_01/html/E48320/z40003f01425075.html

7079395

Power supply, AC, A256, F, 12V, 600W

HS

CRU

  1. Remove rear left side of the CMA, and then swing it back and out to the right.

    The telescopic cross member supporting the cables directly behind the server can be retracted to access both power supplies.

  2. See "Servicing Power Supplies (CRU)" in Oracle Server X5-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E41059_01/html/E48320/z40000091014153.html
  3. Replace the CMA.

7081071

Assembly, riser, single stack, 1U

DBO

CRU

See "Servicing PCIe Risers (CRU)" in Oracle Server X5-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E41059_01/html/E48320/z40000f91037394.html

7085209

HBA, 12 Gb SAS PCIe 8-port RAID internal with flash module

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Internal HBA Card (FRU)" in Oracle Server X5-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E41059_01/html/E48320/goeht.html

7086345

Assembly, super cap, 13.5 volt, 6.4F, SAS3 HBA

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Internal HBA Card (FRU)" in Oracle Server X5-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E41059_01/html/E48320/goeht.html

7086346

Cable, super cap, 620M, 6-pin, straight, SAS3 HBA

DBO

CRU

See "Servicing the Internal HBA SAS Cable assembly" in Oracle Server X5-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E41059_01/html/E48320/z40003eb1420346.html

7089073

Fan module

HS

CRU

See "Servicing Fan Modules (CRU)" in Oracle Server X5-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E41059_01/html/E48320/z40000091014194.html

7095106

CPU, E5-2699 v3, 2.3 GHz, 145W, 18 core, C-1 (SR1XD)

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing Processors (FRU)" in Oracle Server X5-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E41059_01/html/E48320/z40001d31037480.html

7097205

Assembly, 8DBP, 1U/2U

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Disk Backplane (FRU)" in Oracle Server X5-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E41059_01/html/E48320/z40011771417642.html

7098505

Assembly, motherboard, 1U

DBO

FRU

  1. See "Servicing the Motherboard (FRU)" in Oracle Server X5-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E41059_01/html/E48320/z40011771418436.html
  2. Press F2 after restarting the server.

  3. Set the boot order.

11.7.5 Sun Server X4-2 Oracle Database Server Parts

The Exadata X4–2 Database Machine has several replaceable parts.

The following image shows the front view of Sun Server X4-2 Oracle Database Server.

Figure 11-9 Front View of Sun Server X4-2 Oracle Database Server

Description of Figure 11-9 follows
Description of "Figure 11-9 Front View of Sun Server X4-2 Oracle Database Server"

The following image shows the rear view of Sun Server X4-2 Oracle Database Server.

Figure 11-10 Rear View of Sun Server X4-2 Oracle Database Server

Description of Figure 11-10 follows
Description of "Figure 11-10 Rear View of Sun Server X4-2 Oracle Database Server"

The following tables lists the replaceable parts for Sun Server X4-2 Oracle Database Servers.

Note:

All replacement parts shown in the following table are considered FRU when covered under Premier Support of Systems warranty.

See Also:

Oracle Server X4–2 Documentation Library at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E36975_01/html/E38045/toc.html

Table 11-37 Replacement Parts for Sun Server X4-2 Oracle Database Servers

Part Number Description Repair Category Coverage under Basic Warranty Repair Procedure

7013526

Fan module

HS

CRU

See "Servicing Fan Modules (CRU)" in Sun Server X4-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E36975_01/html/E38045/z40000091014194.html#scrolltoc

7018701

DIMM, 16 GB, DDR3, 2RX4, 1600, 1.35 V

DBO

CRU

See "Servicing the DIMMs (CRU)" in Sun Server X4-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E36975_01/html/E38045/z40003f01425075.html#scrolltoc

7020774

Heat sink, CPU 1U, 60 mm FIN

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing Storage Drives (CRU)" in Sun Server X4-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E36975_01/html/E38045/z40000091011460.html#scrolltoc

7027478

Disk Backplane, RoHS:Y

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Disk Backplane (FRU)" in Sun Server X4-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E36975_01/html/E38045/z40011771417642.html#scrolltoc

7039841

Front indicator module

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing PCIe Risers (CRU)" in Sun Server X4-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E36975_01/html/E38045/z40000f91037394.html#scrolltoc

7046442

Assembly, dual port, QDR CX3, host channel adapter

DBO

CRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Servicing PCIe Cards (CRU)" in Sun Server X4-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E36975_01/html/E38045/z40000f91037409.html#scrolltoc

  3. See "Verifying the InfiniBand Transport Layer systems based on an InfiniBand Network Layer Configuration".

  4. Verify the new hardware meets the hardware and firmware specifications using the following command:

    /opt/oracle.SupportTools/CheckHWnFWprofile 

7047503

Assembly, 6 GB, SAS RAID disk PCIe HBA, RoHS:Y

DBO

CRU

See "Servicing Storage Drives (CRU)" in Sun Server X4-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E36975_01/html/E38045/z40000091011460.html#scrolltoc

7048707

Assembly, riser, double stack

DBO

CRU

See "Servicing PCIe Risers (CRU)" in Sun Server X4-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E36975_01/html/E38045/z40000f91037394.html#scrolltoc

7048710

1-slot PCI Express riser assembly

DBO

CRU

See "Servicing PCIe Risers (CRU)" in Sun Server X4-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E36975_01/html/E38045/z40000f91037394.html#scrolltoc

7051223

Assembly, Dual 10 GbE SFP+LP, X8 PCIe 2.0, RoHS:Y

DBO

CRU

Sun Dual 10GbE SFP+ PCIe 2.0 Low Profile Adapter User's Guide at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19407-01/820-7898-11/index.html

7057184

Assembly, battery carrier remote

HS

FRU

"Replacing a Disk Controller BBU on a Database Server"

7058153

Assembly, motherboard, X4-2

DBO

FRU

  1. See "Servicing the Motherboard (FRU)" in Sun Server X4-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E36975_01/html/E38045/z40011771418436.html

  2. Press F2 after restarting the server.

  3. Set the boot order.

7060020

Universal upgrade remote battery kit

EBO

FRU

"Replacing a Disk Controller BBU on a Database Server"

7060951

Power supply, AC, A256, F, 12V, 600W

HS

CRU

  1. Remove rear left side of the CMA, and then swing it back and out to the right.

    The telescopic cross member supporting the cables directly behind the server can be retracted to access both power supplies.

  2. See "Servicing Power Supplies (CRU)" in Sun Server X4-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E36975_01/html/E38045/z40000091014153.html#scrolltoc

  3. Replace the CMA.

7069232

CPU, E5-2697 v2, 12-core, 2.7 GHz

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing Processors (FRU)" in Sun Server X4-2 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E36975_01/html/E38045/z40001d31037480.html#scrolltoc

11.7.6 Sun Server X3-2 Oracle Database Server Parts

The Sun Server X3-2 Database Machine has several replaceable parts.

The following image shows the front view of Sun Server X3-2 Oracle Database Server.

Figure 11-11 Front View of Sun Server X3-2 Oracle Database Server

Description of Figure 11-11 follows
Description of "Figure 11-11 Front View of Sun Server X3-2 Oracle Database Server"

The following image shows the rear view of Sun Server X3-2 Oracle Database Server.

Figure 11-12 Rear View of Sun Server X3-2 Oracle Database Server

Description of Figure 11-12 follows
Description of "Figure 11-12 Rear View of Sun Server X3-2 Oracle Database Server"

The following table lists the replaceable parts for Sun Server X3-2 Oracle Database Servers.

Note:

All replacement parts shown in the following table are considered FRU when covered under Premier Support of Systems warranty.

Table 11-38 Replacement Parts for Sun Server X3-2 Oracle Database Servers

Part Number Description Repair Category Coverage under Basic Warranty Repair Procedure

150-3993

Battery, 3V, 390MAH, LITH, COIN

DBO

CRU

See "Servicing the Battery (CRU)" in Sun Server X3-2 (formerly Sun Fire X4170 M3) Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E22368_01/html/E27242/z40003f01423753.html#scrolltoc

350-1719

Assembly, slim-rail, 1U-2U Snap-in

DBO

CRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Attach Tool-less Slide-Rail Assemblies" in Sun Server X3-2 (formerly Sun Fire X4170 M3) Installation Guide at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E22368_01/html/E27242/z40000671011466.html#scrolltoc

375-3696

InfiniBand (CX2) dual port CX2 4xQDR PCI-e

DBO

CRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Servicing PCIe Cards (CRU)" in Sun Server X3-2 (formerly Sun Fire X4170 M3) Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E22368_01/html/E27242/z40000f91037409.html#z40000f91407682

542-0388

300 GB - 10000 RPM SAS SFF disk assembly with one bracket

HS

CRU

See "Servicing Storage Drives (CRU)" in Sun Server X3-2 (formerly Sun Fire X4170 M3) Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E22368_01/html/E27242/z40000091011460.html#scrolltoc

Note: If the drive is part of the ZFS root pool, then see

http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E53394_01/html/E54801/gitgn.html

7013526

Fan module

HS

CRU

See "Servicing Fan Modules (CRU)" in Sun Server X3-2 (formerly Sun Fire X4170 M3) Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E22368_01/html/E27242/z40000091014194.html#scrolltoc

7018701

DIMM, 16 GB, DDR3, 2RX4, 1600, 1.35 V

DBO

CRU

See "Servicing the DIMMs (CRU)" in Sun Server X3-2 (formerly Sun Fire X4170 M3) Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E22368_01/html/E27242/z40003f01425075.html#scrolltoc

7020774

Heat sink, CPU 1U, 60 mm FIN

DBO

FRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Servicing Processors (FRU)" in Sun Server X3-2 (formerly Sun Fire X4170 M3) Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E22368_01/html/E27242/z40001d31037480.html#scrolltoc

7026878

CPU, E5-2690, 2.9 GHz Intel 8-Core 135 W, RoHS:Y

DBO

FRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Servicing Processors (FRU)" in Sun Server X3-2 (formerly Sun Fire X4170 M3) Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E22368_01/html/E27242/z40001d31037480.html#scrolltoc

7027478

Disk Backplane, RoHS:Y

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Disk Backplane (FRU)" in Sun Server X3-2 (formerly Sun Fire X4170 M3) Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E22368_01/html/E27242/z40011771417642.html#scrolltoc

7039841

Front indicator module

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing PCIe Risers (CRU)" in Sun Server X3-2 (formerly Sun Fire X4170 M3) Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E22368_01/html/E27242/z40000f91037394.html#scrolltoc

7048712

Motherboard assembly

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Motherboard (FRU)" in Sun Server X3-2 (formerly Sun Fire X4170 M3) Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E22368_01/html/E27242/z40011771418436.html#scrolltoc

7047410

Power supply, AC, A256, 12V, 600W

HS

CRU

  1. Remove rear left side of the CMA, and then swing it back and out to the right.

    The telescopic cross member supporting the cables directly behind the server can be retracted to access both power supplies.

  2. See "Servicing Power Supplies (CRU)" in Sun Server X3-2 (formerly Sun Fire X4170 M3) Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E22368_01/html/E27242/z40000091014153.html#scrolltoc

  3. Replace the CMA.

7047503

Assembly, 6 Gb SAS RAID disk PCIe HBA, RoHS:Y

DBO

CRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Servicing PCIe Cards (CRU)" in Sun Server X3-2 (formerly Sun Fire X4170 M3) Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E22368_01/html/E27242/z40000f91037409.html#z40000f91407682

  3. Verify the new hardware meets the hardware and firmware specifications using the following command:

    /opt/oracle.SupportTools/CheckHWnFWprofile 

Note: Do not run any controller commands in the service manual when replacing the disk.

7048710

Riser assembly, double stack

DBO

CRU

See "Servicing PCIe Risers (CRU)" in Sun Server X3-2 (formerly Sun Fire X4170 M3) Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E22368_01/html/E27242/z40000f91037394.html#scrolltoc

7050794

6 Gb SAS RAID PCI battery module (LiON), BBU-08, RoHS:Y

DBO

CRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See Sun Storage 6 Gb SAS PCIe RAID HBA, Internal Installation Guide For HBA Models SGX-SAS6-R-INT-Z and SG-SAS6-R-INT-Z at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19221-01/html/E22410/index.html

7051223

Assembly, Dual 10 GbE SFP+LP, X8 PCIe 2.0, RoHS:Y

DBO

CRU

Sun Dual 10GbE SFP+ PCIe 2.0 Low Profile Adapter User's Guide at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19407-01/820-7898-11/index.html

7057184

Assembly, battery carrier remote

HS

FRU

"Replacing a Disk Controller BBU on a Database Server"

7060020

Universal upgrade remote battery kit

EBO

FRU

"Replacing a Disk Controller BBU on a Database Server"

11.7.7 Sun Fire X4170 M2 Oracle Database Server Parts

The following image shows the front view of Sun Fire X4170 M2 Oracle Database Server.

Figure 11-13 Front View of Sun Fire X4170 M2 Oracle Database Server

Description of Figure 11-13 follows
Description of "Figure 11-13 Front View of Sun Fire X4170 M2 Oracle Database Server"
  1. Hard disk drives. The top drives are, from left to right HDD1, and HDD3. The lower drives are, from left to right, HDD0, and HDD2.

The following image shows the rear view of Sun Fire X4170 M2 Oracle Database Server.

Figure 11-14 Rear View of Sun Fire X4170 M2 Oracle Database Server

Description of Figure 11-14 follows
Description of "Figure 11-14 Rear View of Sun Fire X4170 M2 Oracle Database Server"
  1. InfiniBand host channel adapter

  2. Gigabit Ethernet ports

The following table lists the replaceable parts for Sun Fire X4170 M2 Oracle Database Servers.

Note:

All replacement parts shown in the following table are considered FRU when covered under Premier Support of Systems warranty.

Table 11-39 Replacement Parts for Sun Fire X4170 M2 Oracle Database Servers

Part Number Description Repair Category Coverage under Basic Warranty Repair Procedure

150-3993

Battery, 3V, 390MAH, LITH, COIN

DBO

CRU

See "Servicing the Battery" in Sun Fire X4170 M2 Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19477-01/820-5830-13/motherboard.html#50634787_71528

300-2233

Type A247 760 watt power supply, RoHS:Y

HS

CRU

  1. Remove rear left side of the CMA, and then swing it back and out to the right.

    The telescopic cross member supporting the cables directly behind the server can be retracted to access both power supplies.

  2. See "Servicing Power Supplies" in Sun Fire X4170 M2 Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19762-01/E22369-02/hotswap.html#50581538_pgfId-1098206

  3. Replace the CMA.

371-4889

2.93 GHz Intel 6-Core Xeon X5670, 12 MB, 95 W, RoHS:Y

DBO

FRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Servicing CPUs" in Sun Fire X4170 M2 Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19762-01/E22369-02/motherboard_x4170.html#50581523_23425

371-4966

DIMM, 8 GB, DDR3, 2RX4, 1333

DBO

CRU

See "Servicing DDR3 DIMMs" in Sun Fire X4170 M2 Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19762-01/E22369-02/motherboard_x4170.html#50581523_71526

371-4919

1U Extended rail rack mount kit

DBO

FRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Installing the Server Into a Rack With Slide-Rails" in Sun Fire X4170, X4270, and X4275 Servers Installation Guide at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19477-01/820-5827-13/rack_install.html

371-4982

6 GB SAS RAID PCI battery module, RoHS:Y (LiON), BBU-08

DBO

CRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See Sun Storage 6 Gb SAS PCIe RAID HBA, Internal Installation Guide For HBA Models SGX-SAS6-R-INT-Z and SG-SAS6-R-INT-Z at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19221-01/html/E22410/index.html

371-4984

Six-Core Intel Xeon X5675 processors (3.06 GHz), 12 MB, 95 W, RoHS:Y

DBO

FRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Servicing CPUs" in Sun Fire X4170 M2 Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19762-01/E22369-02/motherboard_x4170.html#50581523_23425

375-3696

InfiniBand (CX2) dual port CX2 4xQDR PCI-e

DBO

CRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Servicing PCIe Cards" in Sun Fire X4170 M2 Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19762-01/E22369-02/motherboard_x4170.html#50581523_pgfId-1286564

375-3701

6 Gb SAS RAID disk PCIe HBA, RoHS:Y

DBO

CRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Servicing PCIe Cards" in Sun Fire X4170 M2 Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19762-01/E22369-02/motherboard_x4170.html#50581523_pgfId-1286564

  3. Verify the new hardware meets the hardware and firmware specifications using the following command:

    /opt/oracle.SupportTools/CheckHWnFWprofile 

Note: Do not run any controller commands in the service manual when replacing the disk.

375-3617

Dual 10 GbE SFP+LP, RoHS:Y

DBO

CRU

Sun Dual 10GbE SFP+ PCIe 2.0 Low Profile Adapter User's Guide at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19407-01/820-7898-11/index.html

511-1548

8-slot Disk Backplane, SATA DVD, RoHS:Y

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Storage Drive Cage" in Sun Fire X4170 M2 Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19762-01/E22369-02/infrastructure_x4170.html#50581544_71557

511-1489

Power Distribution Board, RoHS:Y

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Power Distribution Board" in Sun Fire X4170 M2 Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19762-01/E22369-02/infrastructure_x4170.html#50581544_71558

530-3927

Cable, PDB, MB, 1U+2U, ribbon

DBO

CRU

See "Servicing Cables" in Sun Fire X4170 M2 Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19762-01/E22369-02/motherboard_x4170.html#50581523_82397

530-4228

Cable, mini-SAS, 36 POS LONG, LY, RoHS:Y

DBO

CRU

See "Servicing Cables" in Sun Fire X4170 M2 Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19762-01/E22369-02/motherboard_x4170.html#50581523_82397

530-4417

Cable, fan power, 1U

DBO

CRU

See "Servicing Fan Modules" in Sun Fire X4170 M2 Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19762-01/E22369-02/hotswap.html#50581538_28930

530-4431

Cable, fan data, 1U

DBO

CRU

See "Servicing Cables" in Sun Fire X4170 M2 Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19762-01/E22369-02/motherboard_x4170.html#50581523_82397

540-7869

300 GB - 10000 RPM SAS SFF disk assembly with one bracket

HS

CRU

See "Servicing Storage Drives" in Sun Fire X4170 M2 Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19762-01/E22369-02/hotswap.html#50581538_61628

Note: If the drive is part of the ZFS root pool, then see

http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E53394_01/html/E54801/gitgn.html

541-4081

System board assembly, RoHS:Y

DBO

FRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Servicing the Motherboard" in Sun Fire X4170 M2 Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19762-01/E22369-02/motherboard_x4170.html#50581523_98526

  3. Verify the new hardware meets the hardware and firmware specifications using the following command:

    /opt/oracle.SupportTools/CheckHWnFWprofile 

541-2075

Bus_bar, power, 1U+2U, RoHS:Y

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Power Distribution Board" in Sun Fire X4170 M2 Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19762-01/E22369-02/infrastructure_x4170.html#50581544_71558

541-2545

Xeon Heatsink w/grease, RoHS:Y, 1U

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing CPUs" in Sun Fire X4170 M2 Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19762-01/E22369-02/motherboard_x4170.html#50581523_23425

541-4274

Fan board assembly, RoHS:Y

DBO

CRU

See "Servicing the Fan Board" in Sun Fire X4170 M2 Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19762-01/E22369-02/infrastructure_x4170.html#50581544_pgfId-1286241

541-4276

Fan module, 40 x 56 mm, 15300 RPM fan, RoHS:Y

HS

CRU

See "Servicing Fan Modules" in Sun Fire X4170 M2 Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19762-01/E22369-02/hotswap.html#50581538_28930

541-4275

Assembly, CONN-BRD-BRKT, SATA, 1U

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Paddle Board" in Sun Fire X4170 M2 Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19762-01/E22369-02/infrastructure_x4170.html#50581544_71559

541-2636

Assembly, light pipes

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Front Control Panel Light Pipe Assembly" in Sun Fire X4170 M2 Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19762-01/E22369-02/infrastructure_x4170.html#50581544_71563

541-2883

1-slot x8 PCI Express riser assembly, 1U, RoHS:Y

DBO

CRU

See "Servicing PCIe Risers" in Sun Fire X4170 M2 Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19762-01/E22369-02/motherboard_x4170.html#50581523_71527

541-2885

1-slot x16 PCI Express riser assembly, 1U,RoHS:Y

DBO

CRU

See "Servicing PCIe Risers" in Sun Fire X4170 M2 Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19762-01/E22369-02/motherboard_x4170.html#50581523_71527

541-2732

USB assembly, DVD filler panel, RoHS:Y

DBO

CRU

See the external service label on the top cover for replacement instructions

11.7.8 Sun Fire X4170 Oracle Database Server Parts

The following image shows the front view of Sun Fire X4170 Oracle Database Server.

Figure 11-15 Front View of Sun Fire X4170 Oracle Database Server

Description of Figure 11-15 follows
Description of "Figure 11-15 Front View of Sun Fire X4170 Oracle Database Server"
  1. Hard disk drives. The top drives are, from left to right HDD1, and HDD3. The lower drives are, from left to right, HDD0, and HDD2.

The following image shows the rear view of Sun Fire X4170 Oracle Database Server.

Figure 11-16 Rear View of Sun Fire X4170 Oracle Database Server

Description of Figure 11-16 follows
Description of "Figure 11-16 Rear View of Sun Fire X4170 Oracle Database Server"
  1. RDMA Network Fabric host channel adapter

  2. Gigabit Ethernet ports

The following table lists the replaceable parts for Sun Fire X4170 Oracle Database Servers.

Note:

All replacement parts shown in the following table are considered FRU when covered under Premier Support of Systems warranty.

Table 11-40 Replacement Parts for Sun Fire X4170 Oracle Database Server

Part Number Description Repair Category Coverage under Basic Warranty Repair Procedure

150-3993

Panasonic BR2032 battery, RoHS:Y for system board

DBO

CRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering On and Off Oracle Exadata Rack" for additional information.

  2. See "Servicing the Battery" in Sun Fire X4170, X4270, and X4275 Servers Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19477-01/820-5830-13/motherboard.html#50634787_71528

300-2143

760 watt power supply, RoHS:Y

HS

CRU

  1. Remove rear left side of the CMA, and then swing it back and out to the right.

    The telescopic cross member supporting the cables directly behind the server can be retracted to access both power supplies.

  2. See "Servicing Power Supplies" in Sun Fire X4170, X4270, and X4275 Servers Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19477-01/820-5830-13/hotswap.html#50634786_11706

  3. Replace the CMA.

371-4288

4 GB registered DDR3-1333 DIMM, RoHS:Y

DBO

CRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Servicing Memory Modules (DIMMs)" in Sun Fire X4170, X4270, and X4275 Servers Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19477-01/820-5830-13/motherboard.html#50634787_71526

371-4300

2.53 GHz Quad-Core Intel Xeon E5540, 8MB, 80W, RoHS:Y

DBO

FRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Servicing CPUs" in Sun Fire X4170, X4270, and X4275 Servers Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19477-01/820-5830-13/motherboard.html#50634787_23425

371-4746

Battery module, RoHS:Y for 6 Gb SAS RAID disk PCI, BBU-07

DBO

CRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See Sun Storage 6 Gb SAS PCIe RAID HBA, Internal Installation Guide For HBA Models SGX-SAS6-R-INT-Z and SG-SAS6-R-INT-Z at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19221-01/html/E22410/index.html

371-4919

1U extended rail rack mount kit

DBO

FRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Installing the Server Into a Rack With Slide-Rails" in Sun Fire X4170, X4270, and X4275 Servers Installation Guide at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19477-01/820-5827-13/rack_install.html

375-3606

Sun dual-port QDR (40 Gb/s) InfiniBand host channel adapter PCIe, RoHS:Y

DBO

CRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Servicing PCIe Cards" in Sun Fire X4170, X4270, and X4275 Servers Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19477-01/820-5830-13/motherboard.html#50634787_86021

  3. See "Verifying the InfiniBand Transport Layer systems based on an InfiniBand Network Layer Configuration".

  4. Verify the new hardware meets the hardware and firmware specifications using the following command:

    /opt/oracle.SupportTools/CheckHWnFWprofile 

375-3644

6 Gb SAS RAID disk PCIe HBA, RoHS:Y

DBO

CRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Servicing PCIe Cards" in Sun Fire X4170, X4270, and X4275 Servers Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19477-01/820-5830-13/motherboard.html#50634787_86021

  3. Verify the new hardware meets the hardware and firmware specifications using the following command:

    /opt/oracle.SupportTools/CheckHWnFWprofile 

Note: Do not run any controller commands in the service manual when replacing the disk.

501-7696

Power distribution board, RoHS:Y

DBO

CRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Servicing the Power Distribution Board" in Sun Fire X4170, X4270, and X4275 Servers Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19477-01/820-5830-13/infrastructure_x4170_x4270.html#50634783_71558

511-1283

8-slot disk backplane, SAS DVD, RoHS:Y

DBO

FRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Servicing the Storage Drive Backplane" in Sun Fire X4170, X4270, and X4275 Servers Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19477-01/820-5830-13/infrastructure_x4170_x4270.html#50634783_pgfId-1287120

530-3927

Power distribution board to system board cable, RoHS:Y

DBO

FRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Servicing the Power Distribution Board" in Sun Fire X4170, X4270, and X4275 Servers Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19477-01/820-5830-13/infrastructure_x4170_x4270.html#50634783_71558

530-4228

4x Mini SAS/SATA cable, SFF-8087 to SFF-8087, 690mm, RoHS:Y

DBO

FRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Servicing Cables" in Sun Fire X4170, X4270, and X4275 Servers Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19477-01/820-5830-13/infrastructure_x4170_x4270.html#50634783_78576

540-7355

146 GB 10 K RPM SAS disk assembly, RoHS:Y with the following:

  • Bracket

  • Disk

HS

CRU

See "Servicing Storage Drives" in Sun Fire X4170, X4270, and X4275 Servers Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19477-01/820-5830-13/hotswap.html#50634786_61628

540-7868

146 GB 10 K RPM SAS disk assembly, RoHS:Y with the following:

  • Bracket

  • Disk

HS

CRU

See "Servicing Storage Drives" in Sun Fire X4170, X4270, and X4275 Servers Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19477-01/820-5830-13/hotswap.html#50634786_61628

541-2075

Bus_bar, power, 1U+2U, RoHS:Y

DBO

CRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Servicing CPUs" in Sun Fire X4170, X4270, and X4275 Servers Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19477-01/820-5830-13/motherboard.html#50634787_23425

541-2112

Fan power board, RoHS:Y with the following:

  • Top bracket

  • Bottom bracket

  • Fan board

DBO

CRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Servicing the Fan Power Boards" in Sun Fire X4170, X4270, and X4275 Servers Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19477-01/820-5830-13/infrastructure_x4170_x4270.html#50634783_pgfId-1286820

541-2542

System board assembly with tray, RoHS:Y

DBO

FRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Servicing the Motherboard Assembly" in Sun Fire X4170, X4270, and X4275 Servers Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19477-01/820-5830-13/motherboard.html#50634787_98526

  3. Verify the new hardware meets the hardware and firmware specifications using the following command:

    /opt/oracle.SupportTools/CheckHWnFWprofile

541-2545

Xeon Heatsink with grease:RoHS:Y

DBO

FRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Servicing CPUs" in Sun Fire X4170, X4270, and X4275 Servers Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19477-01/820-5830-13/motherboard.html#50634787_23425

541-2636

Light pipe assembly, RoHS:Y

DBO

FRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Servicing the Front Control Panel Light Pipe Assembly" in Sun Fire X4170, X4270, and X4275 Servers Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19477-01/820-5830-13/infrastructure_x4170_x4270.html#50634783_71563

541-2732

USB assembly, DVD filler panel, RoHS:Y

DBO

CRU

See the external service label on the top cover for replacement instructions

541-2802

Fan module, 40 mm 4-pole fan, Nidec, RoHS:Y

HS

CRU

See "Servicing Fan Modules" in Sun Fire X4170, X4270, and X4275 Servers Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19477-01/820-5830-13/hotswap.html#50634786_28930

541-2883

1-slot x8 PCIe riser assembly with the following:

  • 1-slot x8 PCIe riser, RoHS:Y

  • Riser mounting bracket, RoHS:Y

DBO

CRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Servicing PCIe Risers" in Sun Fire X4170, X4270, and X4275 Servers Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19477-01/820-5830-13/motherboard.html#50634787_42797

541-2885

1-slot x16 PCIe riser assembly with the following:

  • 1-slot x16 PCIe riser, RoHS:Y

  • Riser mounting bracket, RoHS:Y

DBO

CRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Servicing PCIe Risers" in Sun Fire X4170, X4270, and X4275 Servers Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19477-01/820-5830-13/motherboard.html#50634787_42797

541-3512

Connector board assembly, SAS DVD with the following:

  • Bracket, RoHS:Y

  • Connector board, SATA DVD, RoHS:Y

  • Magnetic interlock switch, RoHS:Y

DBO

FRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Servicing the DVD/USB Module" in Sun Fire X4170, X4270, and X4275 Servers Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19477-01/820-5830-13/infrastructure_x4170_x4270.html#50634783_71556

11.7.9 Oracle Server X8M-8 and X8-8 Database Server Parts

The following image shows the front view of Oracle Server X8M-8 and X8-8 Database Server.

Figure 11-17 Front View of Oracle Database Server X8M-8 and X8-8



The following image shows the rear view of Oracle Database Server X8M-8.

Figure 11-18 Rear View of Oracle Database Server X8M-8

Description of Figure 11-18 follows
Description of "Figure 11-18 Rear View of Oracle Database Server X8M-8"

The following image shows the rear view of Oracle Server X8-8 Database Server.

Figure 11-19 Rear View of Oracle Server X8-8 Database Server



The following table lists the replaceable parts for Oracle Database Server X8M-8 and X8-8.

Table 11-41 Replacement Parts for Oracle Database Server X8M-8 and X8-8

Part Number Description Repair Category Coverage with Basic Warranty Repair Procedure

150-3993-01

BATTERY 3V 390MAH LITH COIN

DBO

CRU

See "Servicing the System Battery (CRU)" in Oracle Exadata Database Server X8-8 Service Manual at https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93360_01/html/E96097/gsmmp.html#scrolltoc

7335943

6.4TB FLASH F640 NVMe AIC AURA 7

DBO

CRU

See "Servicing PCIe Cards and Carriers (CRU)" in Oracle Exadata Database Server X8-8 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93360_01/html/E96097/gnsdm.html#scrolltoc

7361454

6.4TB FLASH F640 V2 NVMe AIC Aura 8

DBO

CRU

See "Servicing PCIe Cards and Carriers (CRU)" in Oracle Exadata Database Server X8-8 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93360_01/html/E96097/gnsdm.html#scrolltoc

7091860

Assembly, fan module

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing Fan Modules (CRU) and Fan Frames (CRU)" in Oracle Exadata Database Server X8-8 Service Manual at https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93360_01/html/E96097/gsurh.html#scrolltoc

7046442 (X8-8)

Assembly, Dual port, QDR CX3, HCA

DBO

CRU

See "Servicing PCIe Cards and Carriers (CRU)" in Oracle Exadata Database Server X8-8 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93360_01/html/E96097/gnsdm.html#scrolltoc

7119792

(X8M-8)

CX5 100GbE Adapter Dual Port QSFP28

DBO CRU

See "Servicing PCIe Cards and Carriers (CRU)" in Oracle Exadata Database Server X8-8 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93360_01/html/E96097/gnsdm.html#scrolltoc

7339763

LP DUAL SFP28 ADAPTER WHITNEY+ PCIe3.0x8

DBO

CRU

See "Servicing PCIe Cards and Carriers (CRU)" in Oracle Exadata Database Server X8-8 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93360_01/html/E96097/gnsdm.html#scrolltoc

7309735

Assembly, Bus bar and midplane

DBO

FRU

See "Replace the Midplane Assembly" in Oracle Exadata Database Server X8-8 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93360_01/html/E96097/gnseg.html#scrolltoc

7352334

Assembly, top with spacers, PSU AC A265D H 12V 245A 3KW DE

HS

CRU

See "Servicing Power Supplies (CRU)" in Oracle Exadata Database Server X8-8 Service Manual at https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93360_01/html/E96097/gsumi.html#scrolltoc

8200181

PSU AC A266 F 12V 1200W

HS

CRU

See "Servicing Power Supplies (CRU)" in Oracle Exadata Database Server X8-8 Service Manual at https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93360_01/html/E96097/gsumi.html#scrolltoc

7090552

KIT, RACKRAIL, SPACER, BRACKETS, HARDWARE

IR

CRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Installing the Server Into a Rack" in Oracle Server X8-8 Installation Guide at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93360_01/html/E93400/gqpuu.html#scrolltoc

7330699

Assembly, RDIMM, 64 GB, DDR4, 2666, 4Rx4, 1.2v

DBO

CRU

See "Servicing DIMMs (CRU)" in Oracle Exadata Database Server X8-8 Service Manual at https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93360_01/html/E96097/gsumt.html#scrolltoc

7319341

Front indicator module (FIM)

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Front Indicator Module (FRU)" in Oracle Exadata Database Server X8-8 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93360_01/html/E96097/gnseu.html#scrolltoc

7345163

Assembly, Dual PCIe card carrier

DBO

CRU

See "Servicing PCIe Cards and Carriers (CRU)" in Oracle Exadata Database Server X8-8 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93360_01/html/E96097/gnsdm.html#scrolltoc

7361475

Assembly, CPU module (CMOD)

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing CPU Module (CMOD) Components (FRU)" in Oracle Exadata Database Server X8-8 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93360_01/html/E96097/gnsdq.html#scrolltoc

7339666

Assembly, System module (SMOD) Top Level

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing System Module (SMOD) Components (FRU)" in Oracle Exadata Database Server X8-8 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93360_01/html/E96097/gnsem.html#scrolltoc

7328735

HEATSINK CPU HEIGHT:23.5 MM

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing CPU Module (CMOD) Components (FRU)" in Oracle Exadata Database Server X8-8 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93360_01/html/E96097/gnsdq.html#scrolltoc

8200431

CPU INTEL CLX P8268 (B1) 2.9 GHz 205W 24c 8S 1TB (S-RF95)

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing CPU Module (CMOD) Components (FRU)" in Oracle Exadata Database Server X8-8 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93360_01/html/E96097/gnsdq.html#scrolltoc

11.7.10 Oracle Server X7-8 Oracle Database Server Parts

The following image shows the front view of Oracle Server X7-8 Oracle Database Server.

Figure 11-20 Front View of Oracle Server X7-8 Oracle Database Server


Description of Figure 11-20 follows
Description of "Figure 11-20 Front View of Oracle Server X7-8 Oracle Database Server"

The following image shows the rear view of Oracle Server X7-8 Oracle Database Server.

Figure 11-21 Rear View of Oracle Server X7-8 Oracle Database Server


Description of Figure 11-21 follows
Description of "Figure 11-21 Rear View of Oracle Server X7-8 Oracle Database Server"

The following table lists the replaceable parts for Oracle Server X7-8 Database Server.

Table 11-42 Replacement Parts for Oracle Exadata X7-8 Oracle Database Server

Part Number Description Repair Category Coverage with Basic Warranty Repair Procedure

350-1662

Universal rail kit

IR

CRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Installing the Server Into a Rack" in Oracle Server X7-8 Installation Guide at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E71925_01/html/E71931/gqpuu.html#scrolltoc

7335943

ASSY,6.4TB FLASH F640 NVMe AIC

DBO

CRU

See "Servicing PCIe Cards and Carriers (CRU)" in Oracle Server X7-8 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E71925_01/html/E71936/gnsdm.html#scrolltoc

7091860

Assembly, fan module

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing Fan Modules (CRU) and Fan Frames (CRU)" in Oracle Server X7-8 Service Manual at https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E71925_01/html/E71936/gsurh.html#scrolltoc

7046442

Dual port, QDR CX3, HCA

DBO

CRU

See "Servicing PCIe Cards and Carriers (CRU)" in Oracle Server X7-8 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E71925_01/html/E71936/gnsdm.html#scrolltoc

7339763

Dual 25 GBE, SFP28 PCIe 3.0, LP

DBO

CRU

See "Servicing PCIe Cards and Carriers (CRU)" in Oracle Server X7-8 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E71925_01/html/E71936/gnsdm.html#scrolltoc

7309735

Bus bar and midplane assembly

DBO

FRU

See "Replace the Midplane Assembly" in Oracle Server X7-8 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E71925_01/html/E71936/gnseg.html#scrolltoc

7331378

PSU,AC,A265D,H,12V,245A

HS

CRU

See "Servicing Power Supplies (CRU)" in Oracle Server X7-8 Service Manual at https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E71925_01/html/E71936/gsumi.html#scrolltoc

7090552

KIT, RACKRAIL, SPACER, BRACKETS, HARDWARE

IR

CRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Installing the Server Into a Rack" in Oracle Server X7-8 Installation Guide at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E71925_01/html/E71931/gqpuu.html#scrolltoc

7330699

Assembly, RDIMM, 64 GB, DDR4, 2666, 4Rx4, 1.2v

DBO

CRU

See "Servicing DIMMs" in Oracle Server X7-8 Service Manual at https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E71925_01/html/E71936/gsumt.html#scrolltoc

7319341

Front indicator module

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Front Indicator Module (FRU)" in Oracle Server X7-8 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E71925_01/html/E71936/gnseu.html#scrolltoc

7345163

Dual PCIe card carrier

DBO

CRU

See "Servicing PCIe Cards and Carriers (CRU)" in Oracle Server X7-8 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E71925_01/html/E71936/gnsdm.html#scrolltoc

7339736

CPU module (CMOD)

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing CPU Module (CMOD) Components (FRU)" in Oracle Server X7-8 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E71925_01/html/E71936/gnsdq.html#scrolltoc

7339666

System module (SMOD)

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing System Module (SMOD) Components (FRU)" in Oracle Server X7-8 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E71925_01/html/E71936/gnsem.html#scrolltoc

7309764

CPU heatsink

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing CPU Module (CMOD) Components (FRU)" in Oracle Server X7-8 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E71925_01/html/E71936/gnsdq.html#scrolltoc

7347508

CPU, XEON P-8168, 2.7 GHZ, 205W, 24 CORE (SR37J)

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing CPU Module (CMOD) Components (FRU)" in Oracle Server X7-8 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E71925_01/html/E71936/gnsdq.html#scrolltoc

11.7.11 Oracle Server X5-8 and X6-8 Oracle Database Server Parts

The following image shows the front view of Oracle Server X5-8 Oracle Database Server.

Figure 11-22 Front View of Oracle Server X5-8 Oracle Database Server


Description of Figure 11-22 follows
Description of "Figure 11-22 Front View of Oracle Server X5-8 Oracle Database Server"

The following image shows the back view of Oracle Server X5-8 Oracle Database Server.

Figure 11-23 Back View of Oracle Server X5-8 Oracle Database Server


Description of Figure 11-23 follows
Description of "Figure 11-23 Back View of Oracle Server X5-8 Oracle Database Server"

The following table lists the replaceable parts for Oracle Server X5-8 and X6-8 Oracle Database Server.

See Also:

Oracle Server X5-8 Service Manual at https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E56301_01/html/E56311/index.html

Table 11-43 Replacement Parts for Oracle Exadata X5-8 and X6-8 Oracle Database Server

Part Number Description Repair Category Coverage with Basic Warranty Repair Procedure

350-1662

Universal rail kit

IR

CRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Rack Installation Instructions" in Oracle Server X5-8 Installation Guide at https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E56301_01/html/E56304/gnmnn.html

542-0287

SFF SAS, 600 GB, 10 K, SAS2, SFF

DBO

CRU

See "Servicing Storage Drives" in Oracle Server X5-8 Service Manual at https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E56301_01/html/E56311/gnsej.html

7040622

Assembly, fan module

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing Fan Modules and Fan Frames" in Oracle Server X5-8 Service Manual at https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E56301_01/html/E56311/gnsaw.html

7046442

Dual port, QDR CX3, HCA

DBO

CRU

See "Servicing PCIe Cards and the Dual PCIe Card Carriers (DPCCs)" in Oracle Server X5-8 Service Manual at https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E56301_01/html/E56311/gnsdm.html

7085209

HBA, 12 Gb SAS PCIe 8-port RAID internal with flash module

DBO

CRU

See "Servicing the Host Bus Adapter (HBA) Card" in Oracle Server X5-8 Service Manual at https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E56301_01/html/E56311/gnshd.html

7086345

Assembly, super cap, 13.5 volt, 6.4F, SAS3 HBA

DBO

CRU

See "Servicing the Host Bus Adapter (HBA) Card" in Oracle Server X5-8 Service Manual at https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E56301_01/html/E56311/gnshd.html

7051223

Dual 10 GBE, I2 SFP + PCIe 2.0, LP

DBO

CRU

See "Servicing PCIe Cards and the Dual PCIe Card Carriers (DPCCs)" in Oracle Server X5-8 Service Manual at https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E56301_01/html/E56311/gnsdm.html

7054513

Bus bar and midplane assembly

DBO

FRU

See "Replace the Midplane Assembly" in Oracle Server X5-8 Service Manual at https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E56301_01/html/E56311/gnseg.html

7064767

Cable assembly, mini SAS r/a to straight, 280mm

DBO

CRU

See "Servicing the SAS Cable" in Oracle Server X5-8 Service Manual at https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E56301_01/html/E56311/gnsgu.html

7067930

Fan module

HS

CRU

See "Servicing Fan Modules and Fan Frames" in Oracle Server X5-8 Service Manual at https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E56301_01/html/E56311/gnsaw.html

7068817

Power supply

HS

CRU

See "Servicing Power Supply Units (PSUs)" in Oracle Server X5-8 Service Manual at https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E56301_01/html/E56311/gnsbd.html

7069359

Assembly, rack mount

IR

CRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Rack Installation Instructions" in Oracle Server X5-8 Installation Guide at https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E56301_01/html/E56304/gnmnn.html

7073781

Assembly, LRDIMM, 32 GB, DDR3, 1600, 4Rx4, 1.35v

DBO

CRU

See "Servicing the CPU Module (CMOD) Components" in Oracle Server X5-8 Service Manual at https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E56301_01/html/E56311/gnsdq.html

7074696

Front indicator module

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Front Indicator Module (FIM)" in Oracle Server X5-8 Service Manual at https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E56301_01/html/E56311/gnseu.html

7077138

Dual PCIe card carrier

DBO

CRU

See "Servicing PCIe Cards and the Dual PCIe Card Carriers (DPCCs)" in Oracle Server X5-8 Service Manual at https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E56301_01/html/E56311/gnsdm.html

7077530

CPU module

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing the CPU Module (CMOD) Components" in Oracle Server X5-8 Service Manual at https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E56301_01/html/E56311/gnsdq.html

7078320

System module

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing System Module (SMOD) Components" in Oracle Server X5-8 Service Manual at https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E56301_01/html/E56311/gnsem.html

7080100

CPU heatsink

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing the CPU Module (CMOD) Components" in Oracle Server X5-8 Service Manual at https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E56301_01/html/E56311/gnsdq.html

7111402

CPU, E7-8895, v3, 2.6 G, 175 W, 18 C, E0

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing the CPU Module (CMOD) Components" in Oracle Server X5-8 Service Manual at https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E56301_01/html/E56311/gnsdq.html

7100477

Sun Quad Port GbE PCIe 2.0 Low Profile Adapter, UTP

DBO

CRU

See "Servicing PCIe Cards and the Dual PCIe Card Carriers (DPCCs)" in Oracle Server X5-8 Service Manual at https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E56301_01/html/E56311/gnsdm.html

11.7.12 Sun Server X4-8 Oracle Database Server Parts

The following image shows the front view of Sun Server X4-8 Oracle Database Server.

Figure 11-24 Front View of Sun Server X4-8 Oracle Database Server

Description of Figure 11-24 follows
Description of "Figure 11-24 Front View of Sun Server X4-8 Oracle Database Server"

The following image shows the rear view of Sun Server X4-8 Oracle Database Server.

Figure 11-25 Rear View of Sun Server X4-8 Oracle Database Server

Description of Figure 11-25 follows
Description of "Figure 11-25 Rear View of Sun Server X4-8 Oracle Database Server"

The following table lists the replaceable parts for Sun Server X4-8 Oracle Database Servers.

See Also:

Sun Server X4-8 Documentation Library at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E40591_01/

Table 11-44 Replacement Parts for Sun Server X4-8 Oracle Database Servers

Part Number Description Repair Category Coverage with Basic Warranty Repair Procedure

350-1662

Universal rail kit

IR

CRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Rack Installation Instructions" in Sun Server X4-8 Installation Guide at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E40591_01/html/E40305/gnmnn.html

542-0287

SFF SAS, 600 GB, 10 K, SAS2, SFF

DBO

CRU

See "Servicing Storage Drives" in Sun Server X4-8 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E40591_01/html/E40317/gnsej.html

7040622

Assembly, fan module

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing Fan Modules and Fan Frames" in Sun Server X4-8 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E40591_01/html/E40317/gnsaw.html

7046442

Dual port, QDR CX3, HCA

DBO

CRU

See "Servicing PCIe Cards and the Dual PCIe Card Carriers (DPCCs)" in Sun Server X4-8 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E40591_01/html/E40317/gnsdm.html

7047503

Assembly, 6 GB, SAS RAID disk PCIe HBA, RoHS:Y

DBO

CRU

See "Servicing the Host Bus Adapter (HBA) Card" in Sun Server X4-8 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E40591_01/html/E40317/gnshd.html

7051223

Dual 10 GBE, I2 SFP + PCIe 2.0, LP

DBO

CRU

See "Servicing PCIe Cards and the Dual PCIe Card Carriers (DPCCs)" in Sun Server X4-8 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E40591_01/html/E40317/gnsdm.html

7054513

Bus bar and midplane assembly

DBO

FRU

See "Replace the Midplane Assembly" in Sun Server X4-8 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E40591_01/html/E40317/gnseg.html

7064767

Cable assembly, mini SAS r/a to straight, 280mm

DBO

CRU

See "Servicing the SAS Cable" in Sun Server X4-8 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E40591_01/html/E40317/gnsgu.html

7067930

Fan module

HS

CRU

See "Servicing Fan Modules and Fan Frames" in Sun Server X4-8 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E40591_01/html/E40317/gnsaw.html

7068817

Power supply

HS

CRU

See "Servicing Power Supply Units (PSUs)" in Sun Server X4-8 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E40591_01/html/E40317/gnsbd.html

7069359

Assembly, rack mount

IR

CRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Rack Installation Instructions" in Sun Server X4-8 Installation Guide at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E40591_01/html/E40305/gnmnn.html

7073781

Assembly, LRDIMM, 32 GB, DDR3, 1600, 4Rx4, 1.35v

DBO

CRU

See "Servicing the CPU Module (CMOD) Components" in Sun Server X4-8 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E40591_01/html/E40317/gnsdq.html

7074696

Front indicator module

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Front Indicator Module (FIM)" in Sun Server X4-8 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E40591_01/html/E40317/gnseu.html

7077138

Dual PCIe card carrier

DBO

CRU

See "Servicing PCIe Cards and the Dual PCIe Card Carriers (DPCCs)" in Sun Server X4-8 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E40591_01/html/E40317/gnsdm.html

7077530

CPU module

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing the CPU Module (CMOD) Components" in Sun Server X4-8 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E40591_01/html/E40317/gnsdq.html

7078320

System module

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing the System Module (SMOD) Components" in Sun Server X4-8 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E40591_01/html/E40317/gnsem.html

7080100

CPU heatsink

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing the CPU Module (CMOD) Components" in Sun Server X4-8 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E40591_01/html/E40317/gnsdq.html

7080247

CPU, E7-8895, v2, 2.8 G, 155 W, 15 C, D1

DBO

FRU

See "Servicing the CPU Module (CMOD) Components" in Sun Server X4-8 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E40591_01/html/E40317/gnsdq.html

7100477

Sun Quad Port GbE PCIe 2.0 Low Profile Adapter, UTP

DBO

CRU

See "Servicing PCIe Cards and the Dual PCIe Card Carriers (DPCCs)" in Sun Server X4-8 Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E40591_01/html/E40317/gnsdm.html

11.7.13 Sun Server X2-8 Oracle Database Server Parts

The following image shows the front view of Sun Server X2-8 Oracle Database Server.

Figure 11-26 Front View of Sun Server X2-8 Oracle Database Server

Description of Figure 11-26 follows
Description of "Figure 11-26 Front View of Sun Server X2-8 Oracle Database Server"
  1. Power supplies.

  2. Hard disk drives. The top drives are, from left to right, XL4, XL5, XL6, and XL7. The lower drives are, from left to right, XL0, XL1, XL2, and XL3.

  3. CPU modules. The modules are, from bottom to top, BL0, BL1, BL2, and BL3.

The following image shows the rear view of Sun Fire X4800 Oracle Database Server.

Figure 11-27 Rear View of Sun Server X2-8 Oracle Database Server

Description of Figure 11-27 follows
Description of "Figure 11-27 Rear View of Sun Server X2-8 Oracle Database Server"
  1. Fan modules.

  2. Network Express Module.

  3. InfiniBand EM (CX2) dual port PCI Express modules.

The following table lists the replaceable parts for Sun Server X2-8 Oracle Database Servers.

Note:

All replacement parts shown in the following table are considered FRU when covered under Premier Support of Systems warranty.

Table 11-45 Replacement Parts for Sun Server X2-8 Oracle Database Servers

Part Number Description Repair Category Coverage under Basic Warranty Repair Procedure

150-3993

CMOD Battery

DBO

CRU

  1. See "How to Replace the CMOD Battery (CRU)" in Sun Server X2-8 (formerly Sun Fire X4800 M2) Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E20815_01/html/E20819/gjeub.html#scrolltoc

  2. Verify the new hardware meets the hardware and firmware specifications using the following command:

    /opt/oracle.SupportTools/CheckHWnFWprofile

150-1204

3V, lithium battery for service processor, RoHS:Y

HS

CRU

300-2159

Power supply unit, AC, A239, F, 12V, 165A, 2Kw

HS

CRU

  1. Remove rear left side of the CMA, and then swing it back and out to the right.

    The telescopic cross member supporting the cables directly behind the server can be retracted to access both power supplies.

  2. See "Removing and Installing a Power Supply (CRU)" in Sun Server X2-8 (formerly Sun Fire X4800 M2) Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E20815_01/html/E20819/gjfdt.html#scrolltoc

  3. Replace the CMA.

310-0225

Heatsink with grease, RoHS:Y, 1U

DBO

FRU

  1. See "Replacing a CPU and Heatsink Assembly (FRU)" in Sun Server X2-8 (formerly Sun Fire X4800 M2) Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E20815_01/html/E20819/gjgrp.html#scrolltoc

  2. Verify the new hardware meets the hardware and firmware specifications using the following command:

    /opt/oracle.SupportTools/CheckHWnFWprofile

371-5057

CPU, Intel Xeon E7-8870, 10-core, 2.4GHz, 130 W

DBO

FRU

  1. See "Replacing a CPU and Heatsink Assembly (FRU)" in Sun Server X2-8 (formerly Sun Fire X4800 M2) Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E20815_01/html/E20819/gjgrp.html#scrolltoc

  2. Verify the new hardware meets the hardware and firmware specifications using the following command:

    /opt/oracle.SupportTools/CheckHWnFWprofile

371-4742

Universal rack mount kit

DBO

FRU

  1. See "Installing the Server in a Rack Using the Universal Rack Mounting Kit" in Sun Server X2-8 (formerly Sun Fire X4800 M2) Installation Guide at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E20815_01/html/E20816/gjlel.html#scrolltoc

  2. Verify the new hardware meets the hardware and firmware specifications using the following command:

    /opt/oracle.SupportTools/CheckHWnFWprofile

371-4579

Assembly, fan module

HS

CRU

See "Removing and Installing a Fan Module (CRU)" in Sun Server X2-8 (formerly Sun Fire X4800 M2) Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E20815_01/html/E20819/gjfpo.html#scrolltoc

371-4982

6 Gb SAS RAID PCI battery module, RoHS:Y (LiON), BBU-08

DBO

CRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Shutting Down Exadata Storage Server" for additional information.

  2. See "To Remove the HBA" in Sun Storage 6 Gb SAS PCIe RAID HBA, Internal Installation Guide For HBA Models SGX-SAS6-R-INT-Z and SG-SAS6-R-INT-Z at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19221-01/html/E22410/z4002f731006662.html#scrolltoc

  3. Verify the new hardware meets the hardware and firmware specifications using the following command:

    /opt/oracle.SupportTools/CheckHWnFWprofile

371-5023

DIMM, 32 GB (2 x 16 GB), DDR3, 1066 MHZ

DBO

CRU

  1. See "Removing and Installing DIMMs (CRU)" in Sun Server X2-8 (formerly Sun Fire X4800 M2) Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E20815_01/html/E20819/gjfvw.html#scrolltoc

  2. Verify the new hardware meets the hardware and firmware specifications using the following command:

    /opt/oracle.SupportTools/CheckHWnFWprofile

375-3648

10 GbE Fabric Expansion Module (FEM)

DBO

CRU

  1. See "Removing and Installing a Fabric Expansion Module (CRU)" in Sun Server X2-8 (formerly Sun Fire X4800 M2) Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E20815_01/html/E20819/gjmui.html#scrolltoc

  2. Verify the new hardware meets the hardware and firmware specifications using the following command:

    /opt/oracle.SupportTools/CheckHWnFWprofile

375-3605

InfiniBand EM (CX2) dual port CX2 4xQDR PCI-e EXP_MODULE

DBO

CRU

  1. See "Removing and Installing a PCIe EM (CRU)" in Sun Server X2-8 (formerly Sun Fire X4800 M2) Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E20815_01/html/E20819/gjfrl.html#scrolltoc

  2. Verify the new hardware meets the hardware and firmware specifications using the following command:

    /opt/oracle.SupportTools/CheckHWnFWprofile

375-3647

6 Gb/s SAS 2 REM 8-pin RAID HBA (REM) (on-board)

DBO

CRU

  1. See "Removing and Installing a RAID Expansion Module (CRU)" in Sun Server X2-8 (formerly Sun Fire X4800 M2) Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E20815_01/html/E20819/gjldn.html#scrolltoc

  2. Verify the new hardware meets the hardware and firmware specifications using the following command:

    /opt/oracle.SupportTools/CheckHWnFWprofile

451-4586

System board assembly, CMOD

DBO

CRU for removal and insertion

FRU for replacement

  1. See "Adding, Removing, and Installing a CMOD (CRU)" in Sun Server X2-8 (formerly Sun Fire X4800 M2) Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E20815_01/html/E20819/gjfsd.html#scrolltoc

  2. Verify the new hardware meets the hardware and firmware specifications using the following command:

    /opt/oracle.SupportTools/CheckHWnFWprofile

511-1062

Assembly, backplane HDD BD

DBO

FRU

  1. See "Replacing the Hard Drive Backplane (FRU)" in Sun Server X2-8 (formerly Sun Fire X4800 M2) Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E20815_01/html/E20819/gjgqc.html#scrolltoc

  2. Verify the new hardware meets the hardware and firmware specifications using the following command:

    /opt/oracle.SupportTools/CheckHWnFWprofile

530-3936

Multi-port dongle cable adapter, RoHS:Y

HS

CRU

See "Removing and Installing the Multiport Cable" in Sun Server X2-8 (formerly Sun Fire X4800 M2) Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E20815_01/html/E20819/gjukk.html#scrolltoc

530-4214

Cable, SAS long

DBO

FRU

  1. See "Hard Drive Backplane Cable Routing and Designations" in Sun Server X2-8 (formerly Sun Fire X4800 M2) Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E20815_01/html/E20819/gjkuz.html#scrolltoc

  2. Verify the new hardware meets the hardware and firmware specifications using the following command:

    /opt/oracle.SupportTools/CheckHWnFWprofile

530-4215

Cable, SAS short

DBO

FRU

  1. See "Hard Drive Backplane Cable Routing and Designations" in Sun Server X2-8 (formerly Sun Fire X4800 M2) Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E20815_01/html/E20819/gjkuz.html#scrolltoc

  2. Verify the new hardware meets the hardware and firmware specifications using the following command:

    /opt/oracle.SupportTools/CheckHWnFWprofile

530-4216

Cable, disk plane, power

DBO

FRU

  1. See "Hard Drive Backplane Cable Routing and Designations" in Sun Server X2-8 (formerly Sun Fire X4800 M2) Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E20815_01/html/E20819/gjkuz.html#scrolltoc

  2. Verify the new hardware meets the hardware and firmware specifications using the following command:

    /opt/oracle.SupportTools/CheckHWnFWprofile

540-7640

Subassembly module: assembly, chassis, midplane, X4800

DBO

FRU

  1. See "Removing and Installing the Subassembly Module (FRU)" in Sun Server X2-8 (formerly Sun Fire X4800 M2) Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E20815_01/html/E20819/gjgnp.html#scrolltoc

  2. Verify the new hardware meets the hardware and firmware specifications using the following command:

    /opt/oracle.SupportTools/CheckHWnFWprofile

540-7645

Assembly, service processor, X4800

HS

CRU

See "Removing and Installing the Service Processor Module (CRU)" in Sun Server X2-8 (formerly Sun Fire X4800 M2) Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E20815_01/html/E20819/gjfvy.html#scrolltoc

540-7637

Network Express Module (NEM) - 4x 10 GbE + PassThru for 4x GbE NEM

HS

CRU

See "Removing and Installing a NEM or a NEM Filler (CRU)" in Sun Server X2-8 (formerly Sun Fire X4800 M2) Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E20815_01/html/E20819/gjfse.html#scrolltoc

540-7672

Assembly, module, fan interconnect

DBO

FRU

  1. See "Replacing a Fan Module Controller Board (FRU)" in Sun Server X2-8 (formerly Sun Fire X4800 M2) Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E20815_01/html/E20819/gjmts.html#scrolltoc

  2. Verify the new hardware meets the hardware and firmware specifications using the following command:

    /opt/oracle.SupportTools/CheckHWnFWprofile

542-0300

300 GB 10 K RPM 2.5 inch SAS HDD and bracket

HS

CRU

See "Removing and Installing a Hard Drive (CRU)" in Sun Server X2-8 (formerly Sun Fire X4800 M2) Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E20815_01/html/E20819/gjfex.html#scrolltoc

Note: If the drive is part of the ZFS root pool, then see http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E53394_01/html/E54801/gitgn.html

11.7.14 Sun Fire X4800 Oracle Database Server Parts

The following image shows the front view of Sun Fire X4800 Oracle Database Server.

Figure 11-28 Front View of Sun Fire X4800 Oracle Database Server

Description of Figure 11-28 follows
Description of "Figure 11-28 Front View of Sun Fire X4800 Oracle Database Server"
  1. Power supplies.

  2. Hard disk drives. The top drives are, from left to right, XL4, XL5, XL6, and XL7. The lower drives are, from left to right, XL0, XL1, XL2, and XL3.

  3. CPU modules. The modules are, from bottom to top, BL0, BL1, BL2, and BL3.

The following image shows the rear view of Sun Fire X4800 Oracle Database Server.

Figure 11-29 Rear View of Sun Fire X4800 Oracle Database Server

Description of Figure 11-29 follows
Description of "Figure 11-29 Rear View of Sun Fire X4800 Oracle Database Server"
  1. Fan modules.

  2. Network Express Module.

  3. InfiniBand EM (CX2) dual port PCI Express modules.

The following table lists the replaceable parts for Sun Fire X4800 Oracle Database Servers.

Note:

All replacement parts shown in the following table are considered FRU when covered under Premier Support of Systems warranty.

Table 11-46 Replacement Parts for Sun Fire X4800 Oracle Database Servers

Part Number Description Repair Category Coverage under Basic Warranty Repair Procedure

150-3993

CMOD Battery

DBO

CRU

  1. See "How to Replace the CMOD Battery (CRU)" in Sun Fire X4800 Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19140-01/html/821-0282/gjeub.html#scrolltoc

  2. Verify the new hardware meets the hardware and firmware specifications using the following command:

    /opt/oracle.SupportTools/CheckHWnFWprofile

150-1204

3V, lithium battery for service processor, RoHS:Y

HS

CRU

300-2159

Power supply unit, AC, A239, F, 12V, 165A, 2Kw

HS

CRU

  1. Remove rear left side of the CMA, and then swing it back and out to the right.

    The telescopic cross member supporting the cables directly behind the server can be retracted to access both power supplies.

  2. See "Removing and Installing a Power Supply (CRU)" in Sun Fire X4800 Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19140-01/html/821-0282/gjfdt.html#scrolltoc

  3. Replace the CMA.

310-0225

Heatsink with grease, RoHS:Y, 1U

DBO

FRU

  1. See "Replacing a CPU and Heatsink Assembly (FRU)" in Sun Fire X4800 Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19140-01/html/821-0282/gjgrp.html#scrolltoc

  2. Verify the new hardware meets the hardware and firmware specifications using the following command:

    /opt/oracle.SupportTools/CheckHWnFWprofile

371-4860

CPU, Intel X7560,2.26 G, 130 W, 8CR

DBO

FRU

  1. See "Replacing a CPU and Heatsink Assembly (FRU)" in Sun Fire X4800 Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19140-01/html/821-0282/gjgrp.html#scrolltoc

  2. Verify the new hardware meets the hardware and firmware specifications using the following command:

    /opt/oracle.SupportTools/CheckHWnFWprofile

371-4742

Universal rack mount kit

DBO

FRU

  1. See "Installing the Server in a Rack Using the Universal Rack Mounting Kit" in Sun Server X2-8 (formerly Sun Fire X4800 M2) Installation Guide at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E20815_01/html/E20816/gjlel.html#scrolltoc

  2. Verify the new hardware meets the hardware and firmware specifications using the following command:

    /opt/oracle.SupportTools/CheckHWnFWprofile

371-4579

Assembly, fan module

HS

CRU

See "Removing and Installing a Fan Module (CRU)" in Sun Fire X4800 Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19140-01/html/821-0282/gjfpo.html#scrolltoc

371-4982

6 Gb SAS RAID PCI battery module, RoHS:Y (LiON), BBU-08

DBO

CRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Shutting Down Exadata Storage Server" for additional information.

  2. See "To Remove the HBA" in Sun Storage 6 Gb SAS PCIe RAID HBA, Internal Installation Guide For HBA Models SGX-SAS6-R-INT-Z and SG-SAS6-R-INT-Z at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19221-01/html/E22410/z4002f731006662.html#scrolltoc

  3. Verify the new hardware meets the hardware and firmware specifications using the following command:

    /opt/oracle.SupportTools/CheckHWnFWprofile

375-3648

10 GbE Fabric Expansion Module (FEM)

DBO

CRU

  1. See "Removing and Installing a Fabric Expansion Module (CRU)" in Sun Fire X4800 Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19140-01/html/821-0282/gjmui.html#scrolltoc

  2. Verify the new hardware meets the hardware and firmware specifications using the following command:

    /opt/oracle.SupportTools/CheckHWnFWprofile

375-3605

InfiniBand EM (CX2) dual port CX2 4xQDR PCI-e EXP_MODULE

DBO

CRU

  1. See "Removing and Installing a PCIe EM (CRU)" in Sun Fire X4800 Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19140-01/html/821-0282/gjfrl.html#scrolltoc

  2. Verify the new hardware meets the hardware and firmware specifications using the following command:

    /opt/oracle.SupportTools/CheckHWnFWprofile

375-3647

6 Gb/s SAS 2 REM 8-pin RAID HBA (REM) (on-board)

DBO

CRU

  1. See "Removing and Installing a RAID Expansion Module (CRU)" in Sun Fire X4800 Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19140-01/html/821-0282/gjldn.html#scrolltoc

  2. Verify the new hardware meets the hardware and firmware specifications using the following command:

    /opt/oracle.SupportTools/CheckHWnFWprofile

511-1062

Assembly, backplane HDD BD

DBO

FRU

  1. See "Replacing the Hard Drive Backplane (FRU)" in Sun Fire X4800 Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19140-01/html/821-0282/gjgqc.html#scrolltoc

  2. Verify the new hardware meets the hardware and firmware specifications using the following command:

    /opt/oracle.SupportTools/CheckHWnFWprofile

530-3936

Multi-port dongle cable adapter, RoHS:Y

HS

CRU

See "Removing and Installing the Multi port Cable" in Sun Fire X4800 Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19140-01/html/821-0282/gjukk.html#scrolltoc

530-4214

Cable, SAS long

DBO

FRU

  1. See "Hard Drive Backplane Cable Routing and Designations" in Sun Fire X4800 Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19140-01/html/821-0282/gjkuz.html#scrolltoc

  2. Verify the new hardware meets the hardware and firmware specifications using the following command:

    /opt/oracle.SupportTools/CheckHWnFWprofile

530-4215

Cable, SAS short

DBO

FRU

  1. See "Hard Drive Backplane Cable Routing and Designations" in Sun Fire X4800 Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19140-01/html/821-0282/gjkuz.html#scrolltoc

  2. Verify the new hardware meets the hardware and firmware specifications using the following command:

    /opt/oracle.SupportTools/CheckHWnFWprofile

530-4216

Cable, disk plane, power

DBO

FRU

  1. See "Hard Drive Backplane Cable Routing and Designations" in Sun Fire X4800 Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19140-01/html/821-0282/gjkuz.html#scrolltoc

  2. Verify the new hardware meets the hardware and firmware specifications using the following command:

    /opt/oracle.SupportTools/CheckHWnFWprofile

540-7640

Subassembly module: assembly, chassis, midplane, X4800

DBO

FRU

  1. See "Removing and Installing the Subassembly Module (FRU)" in Sun Fire X4800 Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19140-01/html/821-0282/gjgnp.html#scrolltoc

  2. Verify the new hardware meets the hardware and firmware specifications using the following command:

    /opt/oracle.SupportTools/CheckHWnFWprofile

540-7645

Assembly, service processor, X4800

HS

CRU

See "Removing and Installing the Service Processor Module (CRU)" in Sun Fire X4800 Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19140-01/html/821-0282/gjfvy.html#scrolltoc

540-7637

Network Express Module (NEM) - 4x 10 GbE + PassThru for 4x GbE NEM

HS

CRU

See "Removing and Installing a NEM or a NEM Filler (CRU)" in Sun Fire X4800 Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19140-01/html/821-0282/gjfse.html#scrolltoc

540-7672

Assembly, module, fan interconnect

DBO

FRU

  1. See "Removing and Installing a Fan Module (CRU)" in Sun Fire X4800 Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19140-01/html/821-0282/gjmts.html#scrolltoc

  2. Verify the new hardware meets the hardware and firmware specifications using the following command:

    /opt/oracle.SupportTools/CheckHWnFWprofile

541-3426

Assembly, Blade, CPU SMP module (CMOD)

DBO

CRU for removal and insertion

FRU for replacement

  1. See "Adding, Removing, and Installing a CMOD (CRU)" in Sun Fire X4800 Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19140-01/html/821-0282/gjfsd.html#scrolltoc

  2. Verify the new hardware meets the hardware and firmware specifications using the following command:

    /opt/oracle.SupportTools/CheckHWnFWprofile

542-0246

DIMM, 16 GB (2 x 8 GB), DDR3, 1066MHZ

DBO

CRU

  1. See "Removing and Installing DIMMs (CRU)" in Sun Fire X4800 Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19140-01/html/821-0282/gjfvw.html#scrolltoc

  2. Verify the new hardware meets the hardware and firmware specifications using the following command:

    /opt/oracle.SupportTools/CheckHWnFWprofile

542-0300

300 GB 10 K RPM 2.5-inch SAS HDD and bracket

HS

CRU

See "Removing and Installing a Hard Drive (CRU)" in Sun Fire X4800 Server Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19140-01/html/821-0282/gjfex.html#scrolltoc

Note: If the drive is part of the ZFS root pool, then see http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E53394_01/html/E54801/gitgn.html

11.8 Parts for Exadata Storage Servers

Each server model has a different layout of internal components, different replaceable parts and different repair procedures.

11.8.1 Oracle Exadata Storage Server X8M-2 and X8-2 High Capacity and Extended (XT) Server Parts

The following figure shows the front view of the Oracle Exadata Storage Server X8M-2 and X8-2 High Capacity and XT servers.

Figure 11-30 Front View of Oracle Exadata Storage Server X8M-2 and X8-2 High Capacity and XT servers

Description of Figure 11-30 follows
Description of "Figure 11-30 Front View of Oracle Exadata Storage Server X8M-2 and X8-2 High Capacity and XT servers "

The following figure shows the rear view of the Oracle Exadata Storage Server X8M-2 and X8-2 High Capacity and XT servers.

Figure 11-31 Rear View of Oracle Exadata Storage Server X8M-2 and X8-2 High Capacity and XT servers

Description of Figure 11-31 follows
Description of "Figure 11-31 Rear View of Oracle Exadata Storage Server X8M-2 and X8-2 High Capacity and XT servers "

The following table lists the replaceable parts for Oracle Exadata Storage Server X8M-2 and X8-2 High Capacity and XT servers. Refer to this table only if you have a basic warranty. All replacement parts shown in the following table are considered FRU when covered under Premier Support of Systems warranty.

Table 11-47 Replacement Parts for Oracle Exadata Storage Server X8M-2 and X8-2 High Capacity and XT Servers

Part Number Description Repair Category Coverage under Basic Warranty Repair Procedure

370-5621-01

3 volt lithium battery grover

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Battery" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X8-2 EF,HC, and XT Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93361_01/html/E93395/gqtff.html#scrolltoc

7322171

Assembly, Front LED Indicator Module (LFIM)

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Front LED Indicator Module" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X8-2 EF,HC, and XT Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93361_01/html/E93395/gqtpg.html#scrolltoc

7341141

Assembly, 12-slot disk backplane

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Disk Backplane" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X8-2 EF,HC, and XT Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93361_01/html/E93395/gqtsb.html#scrolltoc

8200116

Power Supply, A266 F, 1200W, AC Input

HS

FRU

  1. Remove rear left side of the CMA, and then swing it back and out to the right.

    The telescopic cross member supporting the cables directly behind the server can be retracted to access both power supplies.

  2. See "Servicing Power Supplies" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X8-2 EF,HC, and XT Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93361_01/html/E93395/gqtag.html#scrolltoc

  3. Replace the CMA.

7322166

Fan assembly, 2U

HS

FRU

See "Servicing Fan Modules" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X8-2 EF,HC, and XT Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93361_01/html/E93395/gqtak.html#scrolltoc

7046442 (X8-2)

Assembly, dual port, QDR CX3, Host Channel Adapter

EBO

FRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Servicing PCIe Cards" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X8-2 EF,HC, and XT Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93361_01/html/E93395/gqtcq.html#scrolltoc

  3. See Verifying the InfiniBand Transport Layer systems based on an InfiniBand Network Layer Configuration.

  4. Verify the new hardware meets the hardware and firmware specifications using the following command:

    /opt/oracle.SupportTools/CheckHWnFWprofile

7119792

(X8M-8)

CX5 100GbE Adapter Dual Port QSFP28

DBO CRU
  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Servicing PCIe Cards" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X8-2 EF,HC, and XT Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93361_01/html/E93395/gqtcq.html#scrolltoc

  3. See Verifying the InfiniBand Transport Layer systems based on an InfiniBand Network Layer Configuration.

  4. Verify the new hardware meets the hardware and firmware specifications using the following command:

    /opt/oracle.SupportTools/CheckHWnFWprofile

7322160

Heat sink, CPU

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing Processors" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X8-2 EF,HC, and XT Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93361_01/html/E93395/gqtmk.html#scrolltoc

7357761

Assembly, Drive, 14TB 3.5" SAS3/7200 rpm Coral with encryption

HS

FRU

See "Servicing Storage Drives" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X8-2 EF,HC, and XT Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93361_01/html/E93395/gqtcs.html#scrolltoc

7353916

RDIMM 16GB, DDR4 2666, 1Rx4 1.2V

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing the DIMMs" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X8-2 EF,HC, and XT Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93361_01/html/E93395/gqtcm.html#scrolltoc

7332895

HBA, 12 Gbps SAS PCIe 16-port internal RAID with flash module

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Internal HBA Card and HBA Super Capacitor" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X8-2 EF,HC, and XT Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93361_01/html/E93395/gqtjv.html#scrolltoc

7086345

Assembly, super cap, 13.5V, 6.4F, SAS3 HBA

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Internal HBA Card and HBA Super Capacitor" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X8-2 EF,HC, and XT Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93361_01/html/E93395/gqtjv.html#scrolltoc

7315464

SAS-3 Data Cable Assembly

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing SAS Cables" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X8-2 EF,HC, and XT Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93361_01/html/E93395/gqthb.html#scrolltoc

7361253

M.2,240GB,SATA,22x80mm,SSD,INTEL, DC S4510

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Internal M.2 Flash SSDs" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X8-2 EF,HC, and XT Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93361_01/html/E93395/grlly.html#scrolltoc

7335943

6.4TB FLASH F640 NVMe AIC AURA 7

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing PCIe Cards" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X8-2 EF,HC, and XT Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93361_01/html/E93395/gqtcq.html#scrolltoc

7361454

6.4TB FLASH F640 V2 NVMe AIC AURA 8

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing PCIe Cards" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X8-2 EF,HC, and XT Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93361_01/html/E93395/gqtcq.html#scrolltoc

8200426

CPU INTEL CLX G5218 (B1) 2.3 GHz 125W 16c 4S 1TB (S-RF8T)

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing Processors" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X8-2 EF,HC, and XT Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93361_01/html/E93395/gqtmk.html#scrolltoc

7360978

Assembly, System board

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Motherboard Assembly" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X8-2 EF,HC, and XT Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93361_01/html/E93395/gqtwc.html#scrolltoc

7341466

Assembly, M.2 form factor riser

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Internal M.2 Flash SSDs" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X8-2 EF,HC, and XT Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93361_01/html/E93395/grlly.html#scrolltoc

11.8.2 Oracle Exadata Storage Server X8M-2 and X8-2 Extreme Flash Parts

The Oracle Exadata Storage Server X8M-2 and X8-2 Extreme Flash server has several replaceable parts.

The front view of the Oracle Exadata Storage Server X8M-2 and X8-2 Extreme Flash server is almost identical to the X7-2 server. The main difference is the product logo.

Figure 11-32 Front View of Oracle Exadata Storage Server X8M-2 and X8-2 Extreme Flash Server

Description of Figure 11-32 follows
Description of "Figure 11-32 Front View of Oracle Exadata Storage Server X8M-2 and X8-2 Extreme Flash Server"

The rear view of the Oracle Exadata Storage Server X8M-2 and X8-2 Extreme Flash server is almost identical to the X7-2 server. The main difference is the product logo.

Figure 11-33 Rear View of Oracle Exadata Storage Server X8M-2 and X8-2 Extreme Flash Server

Description of Figure 11-33 follows
Description of "Figure 11-33 Rear View of Oracle Exadata Storage Server X8M-2 and X8-2 Extreme Flash Server"

The following table lists the replaceable parts for Oracle Exadata Storage Server X8M-2 and X8-2 Extreme Flash servers. Refer to this table only if you have a basic warranty. All replacement parts shown in the following table are considered FRU when covered under Premier Support of Systems warranty.

Table 11-48 Replacement Parts for Oracle Exadata Storage Server X8M-2 and X8-2 Extreme Flash

Part Number Description Repair Category Coverage under Basic Warranty Repair Procedure

370-5621-01

3 volt lithium battery grover

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Battery" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X8-2 EF,HC, and XT Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93361_01/html/E93395/gqtff.html#scrolltoc

7322171

Assembly, Front LED Indicator Module (LFIM)

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Front LED Indicator Module" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X8-2 EF,HC, and XT Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93361_01/html/E93395/gqtpg.html#scrolltoc

7341141

Assembly, 12-slot disk backplane

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Disk Backplane" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X8-2 EF,HC, and XT Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93361_01/html/E93395/gqtsb.html#scrolltoc

8200116

Power Supply, A266 F, 12V, 1200W, AC Input

HS

FRU

  1. Remove rear left side of the CMA, and then swing it back and out to the right.

    The telescopic cross member supporting the cables directly behind the server can be retracted to access both power supplies.

  2. See "Servicing Power Supplies" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X8-2 EF,HC, and XT Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93361_01/html/E93395/gqtag.html#scrolltoc

  3. Replace the CMA.

7322166

Fan assembly, 2U

HS

FRU

See "Servicing Fan Modules" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X8-2 EF,HC, and XT Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93361_01/html/E93395/gqtak.html#scrolltoc

7046442

Assembly, dual 40Gb/Sec (4x) QDR InfiniBand Host Channel Adapter Module M3

EBO

FRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Servicing PCIe Cards" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X8-2 EF,HC, and XT Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93361_01/html/E93395/gqtcq.html#scrolltoc

  3. See Verifying the InfiniBand Transport Layer systems based on an InfiniBand Network Layer Configuration.

  4. Verify the new hardware meets the hardware and firmware specifications using the following command:

    /opt/oracle.SupportTools/CheckHWnFWprofile 

7119792

(X8M-8)

CX5 100GbE Adapter Dual Port QSFP28

DBO CRU
  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Servicing PCIe Cards" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X8-2 EF,HC, and XT Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93361_01/html/E93395/gqtcq.html#scrolltoc

  3. See Verifying the InfiniBand Transport Layer systems based on an InfiniBand Network Layer Configuration.

  4. Verify the new hardware meets the hardware and firmware specifications using the following command:

    /opt/oracle.SupportTools/CheckHWnFWprofile 

7322160

Heat sink, CPU

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing Processors" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X8-2 EF,HC, and XT Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93361_01/html/E93395/gqtmk.html#scrolltoc

7335943

6.4TB FLASH F640 NVMe AIC AURA 7

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing PCIe Cards" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X8-2 EF,HC, and XT Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93361_01/html/E93395/gqtcq.html#scrolltoc

7361454

6.4TB FLASH F640 V2 NVMe AIC AURA 8

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing PCIe Cards" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X8-2 EF,HC, and XT Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93361_01/html/E93395/gqtcq.html#scrolltoc

7353916

DIMM, 16 GB, RDIMM, DDR4, 2666, 1Rx4 1.2V

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing the DIMMs" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X8-2 EF,HC, and XT Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93361_01/html/E93395/gqtcm.html#scrolltoc

7361253

M.2, 240GB, SATA, 22x80mm SSD, INTEL, DC S4510

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Internal M.2 Flash SSDs" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X8-2 EF,HC, and XT Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93361_01/html/E93395/grlly.html#scrolltoc

8200426

CPU, INTEL CLX G5218 (B1), 2.3 GHz, 125W, 16 CORE, 4S 1TB (S-RF8T)

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing Processors" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X8-2 EF,HC, and XT Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93361_01/html/E93395/gqtmk.html#scrolltoc

7360978

Assembly, System board

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Motherboard Assembly" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X8-2 EF,HC, and XT Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93361_01/html/E93395/gqtwc.html#scrolltoc

7341466

Assembly, M.2 form factor riser

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Internal M.2 Flash SSDs" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X8-2 EF,HC, and XT Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E93361_01/html/E93395/grlly.html#scrolltoc

11.8.3 Oracle Exadata Storage Server X7-2 High Capacity Server Parts

The following figure shows the front view of the Oracle Exadata Storage Server X7-2 High Capacity Server.

Figure 11-34 Front View of Oracle Exadata Storage Server X7-2 High Capacity Server


Description of Figure 11-34 follows
Description of "Figure 11-34 Front View of Oracle Exadata Storage Server X7-2 High Capacity Server "

The following figure shows the rear view of the Oracle Exadata Storage Server X7-2 High Capacity Server.

Figure 11-35 Rear View of Oracle Exadata Storage Server X7-2 High Capacity Server


Description of Figure 11-35 follows
Description of "Figure 11-35 Rear View of Oracle Exadata Storage Server X7-2 High Capacity Server"

The following table lists the replaceable parts for Oracle Exadata Storage Server X7-2 High Capacity Servers. Refer to this table only if you have a basic warranty. All replacement parts shown in the following table are considered FRU when covered under Premier Support of Systems warranty.

Table 11-49 Replacement Parts for Oracle Exadata Storage Server X7-2 High Capacity Servers

Part Number Description Repair Category Coverage under Basic Warranty Repair Procedure

350-1719

Assembly, 1U-2U Snap-in, slim rail rack

EBO

CRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Reinstall the Server Into the Rack" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X7-2 EF and HC Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E72463_01/html/E72479/gqqca.html#scrolltoc

370-5621

3 volt lithium battery

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Battery" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X7-2 EF and HC Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E72463_01/html/E72479/gqtff.html#scrolltoc

7322171

Indicator assembly, LFIM

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Front LED Indicator Module" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X7-2 EF and HC Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E72463_01/html/E72479/gqtpg.html#scrolltoc

7341141

12-slot disk backplane assembly

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Disk Backplane" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X7-2 EF and HC Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E72463_01/html/E72479/gqtsb.html#scrolltoc

7333459

Power Supply, A266, 1200W, AC Input

HS

FRU

  1. Remove rear left side of the CMA, and then swing it back and out to the right.

    The telescopic cross member supporting the cables directly behind the server can be retracted to access both power supplies.

  2. See "Servicing Power Supplies" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X7-2 EF and HC Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E72463_01/html/E72479/gqtag.html#scrolltoc

  3. Replace the CMA.

7322166

Fan assembly, 2U

HS

FRU

See "Servicing Fan Modules" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X7-2 EF and HC Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E72463_01/html/E72479/gqtak.html#scrolltoc

7046442

Assembly, dual 40Gb/Sec (4x) QDR InfiniBand Host Channel Adapter Module M3

EBO

FRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Servicing PCIe Cards" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X7-2 EF and HC Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E72463_01/html/E72479/gqtcq.html#scrolltoc

  3. See Verifying the InfiniBand Transport Layer systems based on an InfiniBand Network Layer Configuration.

  4. Verify the new hardware meets the hardware and firmware specifications using the following command:

    /opt/oracle.SupportTools/CheckHWnFWprofile

7322160

Heat sink, CPU

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing Processors (FRU)" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X7-2 EF and HC Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E72463_01/html/E72479/gqtmk.html#scrolltoc

7332759

Assembly, drive, 10 TB, 3.5 inch, SAS/7200rpm

HS

FRU

See "Servicing Storage Drives" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X7-2 EF and HC Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E72463_01/html/E72479/gqtcs.html#scrolltoc

7330697

DIMM, 16 GB, RDIMM, DDR4, 2666

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing the DIMMS" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X7-2 EF and HC Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E72463_01/html/E72479/gqtcm.html#scrolltoc

7332895

HBA, 12 Gbps SAS PCIe 16-port internal RAID with flash module

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing an Internal HBA Card and HBA Super Capacitor" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X7-2 EF and HC Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E72463_01/html/E72479/gqtjv.html#scrolltoc

7086345

HBA Assembly, super cap, 13.5V, 6.4F, SAS3 HBA

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing an Internal HBA Card and HBA Super Capacitor" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X7-2 EF and HC Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E72463_01/html/E72479/gqtjv.html#scrolltoc

7315464

SAS-3 Data Cable Assembly

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing SAS Cables" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X7-2 EF and HC Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E72463_01/html/E72479/gqthb.html#scrolltoc

7341587

M.2,150GB,SATA,22x80mm,SSD,INTEL, DC S3520

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Internal M.2 Flash SSDs" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X7-2 EF and HC Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E72463_01/html/E72479/grlly.html#scrolltoc

7335943

6.4TB Flash Accelerator F640 NVMe Card

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing PCIe Cards" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X7-2 EF and HC Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E72463_01/html/E72479/gqtcq.html#scrolltoc

7347511

CPU, XEON S-4114 , 2.2G, 85W, 10 CORE, (SR3GK)

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing Processors (FRU)" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X7-2 EF and HC Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E72463_01/html/E72479/gqtmk.html#scrolltoc

7335280

System board assembly

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Motherboard Assembly" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X7-2 EF and HC Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E72463_01/html/E72479/gqtwc.html#scrolltoc

         

11.8.4 Oracle Exadata Storage Server X7-2 Extreme Flash Parts

The Oracle Exadata Storage Server X7-2 Extreme Flash server has several replaceable parts.

The following figure shows the front view of the Oracle Exadata Storage Server X7-2 Extreme Flash server.

Figure 11-36 Front View of Oracle Exadata Storage Server X7-2 Extreme Flash Server


Description of Figure 11-36 follows
Description of "Figure 11-36 Front View of Oracle Exadata Storage Server X7-2 Extreme Flash Server"

The following figure shows the rear view of the Oracle Exadata Storage Server X7-2 Extreme Flash server.

Figure 11-37 Rear View of Oracle Exadata Storage Server X7-2 Extreme Flash Server


Description of Figure 11-37 follows
Description of "Figure 11-37 Rear View of Oracle Exadata Storage Server X7-2 Extreme Flash Server"

The following table lists the replaceable parts for Oracle Exadata Storage Server X7-2 Extreme Flash servers. Refer to this table only if you have a basic warranty. All replacement parts shown in the following table are considered FRU when covered under Premier Support of Systems warranty.

Table 11-50 Replacement Parts for Oracle Exadata Storage Server X7-2 Extreme Flash

Part Number Description Repair Category Coverage under Basic Warranty Repair Procedure

350-1719

Assembly, 1U-2U Snap-in, slim rail rack

EBO

CRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Reinstall the Server Into the Rack" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X7-2 EF and HC Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E72463_01/html/E72479/gqqca.html#scrolltoc

370-5621

3 volt lithium battery

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Battery" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X7-2 EF and HC Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E72463_01/html/E72479/gqtff.html#scrolltoc

7322171

Indicator assembly, LFIM

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Front LED Indicator Module" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X7-2 EF and HC Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E72463_01/html/E72479/gqtpg.html#scrolltoc

7341141

12-slot disk backplane assembly

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Disk Backplane" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X7-2 EF and HC Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E72463_01/html/E72479/gqtsb.html#scrolltoc

7333459

Power Supply, A266, 1200W, AC Input

HS

FRU

  1. Remove rear left side of the CMA, and then swing it back and out to the right.

    The telescopic cross member supporting the cables directly behind the server can be retracted to access both power supplies.

  2. See "Servicing Power Supplies" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X7-2 EF and HC Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E72463_01/html/E72479/gqtag.html#scrolltoc

  3. Replace the CMA.

7322166

Fan assembly, 2U

HS

FRU

See "Servicing Fan Modules" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X7-2 EF and HC Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E72463_01/html/E72479/gqtak.html#scrolltoc

7046442

Assembly, dual 40Gb/Sec (4x) QDR InfiniBand Host Channel Adapter Module M3

EBO

FRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Servicing PCIe Cards" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X7-2 EF and HC Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E72463_01/html/E72479/gqtcq.html#scrolltoc

  3. See Verifying the InfiniBand Transport Layer systems based on an InfiniBand Network Layer Configuration.

  4. Verify the new hardware meets the hardware and firmware specifications using the following command:

    /opt/oracle.SupportTools/CheckHWnFWprofile 

7322160

Heat sink, CPU

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing Processors (FRU)" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X7-2 EF and HC Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E72463_01/html/E72479/gqtmk.html#scrolltoc

7332759

Assembly, drive, 10 TB, 3.5 inch, SAS/7200rpm

HS

FRU

See "Servicing Storage Drives" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X7-2 EF and HC Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E72463_01/html/E72479/gqtcs.html#scrolltoc

7330697

DIMM, 16 GB, RDIMM, DDR4, 2666

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing the DIMMS" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X7-2 EF and HC Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E72463_01/html/E72479/gqtcm.html#scrolltoc

7332895

HBA, 12 Gb SAS PCIe 16-port internal RAID with flash module

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing an Internal HBA Card and HBA Super Capacitor" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X7-2 EF and HC Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E72463_01/html/E72479/gqtjv.html#scrolltoc

7086345

HBA Assembly, super cap, 13.5 volt, 6.4F, SAS3 HBA

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing an Internal HBA Card and HBA Super Capacitor" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X7-2 EF and HC Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E72463_01/html/E72479/gqtjv.html#scrolltoc

7315464

SAS-3 Data Cable Assembly

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing SAS Cables" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X7-2 EF and HC Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E72463_01/html/E72479/gqthb.html#scrolltoc

7341587

M.2,150GB,SATA,22x80mm,SSD,INTEL, DC S3520

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Internal M.2 Flash SSDs" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X7-2 EF and HC Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E72463_01/html/E72479/grlly.html#scrolltoc

7335943

Assembly, 6.4 TB eMLC flash F640 NVMe card

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing PCIe Cards" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X7-2 EF and HC Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E72463_01/html/E72479/gqtcq.html#scrolltoc

7347511

CPU, XEON S-4114, 2.2G, 85W, 10 CORE, (SR3GK)

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing Processors (FRU)" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X7-2 EF and HC Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E72463_01/html/E72479/gqtmk.html#scrolltoc

7335280

System board assembly

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Motherboard Assembly" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X7-2 EF and HC Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E72463_01/html/E72479/gqtwc.html#scrolltoc

         

11.8.5 High Capacity Exadata Storage Server X6-2 Servers Parts

The following figure shows the front view of the Oracle Exadata Storage Server X6-2 High Capacity server.

Figure 11-38 Front View of Oracle Exadata Storage Server X6-2 High Capacity Server

Description of Figure 11-38 follows
Description of "Figure 11-38 Front View of Oracle Exadata Storage Server X6-2 High Capacity Server "

The following figure shows the rear view of the Oracle Exadata Storage Server X6-2 High Capacity server.

Figure 11-39 Rear View of Oracle Exadata Storage Server X6-2 High Capacity Server

Description of Figure 11-39 follows
Description of "Figure 11-39 Rear View of Oracle Exadata Storage Server X6-2 High Capacity Server "

The following table lists the replaceable parts for Oracle Exadata Storage Server X6-2 High Capacity servers.

Note:

All replacement parts shown in the following table are considered FRU when covered under Premier Support of Systems warranty.

Table 11-51 Replacement Parts for High Capacity Exadata Storage Server X6-2 Servers

Part Number Description Repair Category Coverage under Basic Warranty Repair Procedure

350-1719

Assembly, 1U-2U Snap-in, slim rail rack

EBO

CRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Reinstall the Server in the Rack" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X6-2 High Capacity Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E62172_01/html/E63692/z40004191003899.html#scrolltoc

370-5621

3 volt lithium battery

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Battery" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X6-2 High Capacity Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E62172_01/html/E63692/z40000f91037456.html#scrolltoc

7014226

Cable, interlock, 125 mm

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing SAS Cables" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X6-2 High Capacity Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E62172_01/html/E63692/goitq.html#scrolltoc

7017231

Indicator assembly, right

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Front LED/USB Indicator Modules" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X6-2 High Capacity Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E62172_01/html/E63692/goity.html#scrolltoc

7023515

Disk backplane assembly, 2 rear

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Storage Drive Backplanes" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X6-2 High Capacity Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E62172_01/html/E63692/goitv.html#scrolltoc

7044130

Power Supply, A258, 1000W, AC Input

HS

FRU

  1. Remove rear left side of the CMA, and then swing it back and out to the right.

    The telescopic cross member supporting the cables directly behind the server can be retracted to access both power supplies.

  2. See "Servicing Power Supplies" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X6-2 High Capacity Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E62172_01/html/E63692/z40000091014153.html#scrolltoc

  3. Replace the CMA.

7045042

Fan assembly, 2U, 80 x 80, Ferrite, center_rotate

HS

FRU

See "Servicing Fan Modules" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X6-2 High Capacity Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E62172_01/html/E63692/z40000091014194.html#scrolltoc

7046442

Assembly, dual port, QDR CX3, host channel adapter

EBO

FRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Servicing PCIe Cards" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X6-2 High Capacity Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E62172_01/html/E63692/z40000f91037409.html#scrolltoc

  3. See "Verifying the InfiniBand Transport Layer systems based on an InfiniBand Network Layer Configuration".

  4. Verify the new hardware meets the hardware and firmware specifications using the following command:

    /opt/oracle.SupportTools/CheckHWnFWprofile

7064884

Heat sink, CPU

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing Processors" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X6-2 High Capacity Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E62172_01/html/E63692/goiwq.html#scrolltoc

7066824

Assembly, drive, 8 TB, 3.5 inch, SAS/7200rpm

HS

FRU

See "Servicing Storage Drives and Rear Drives" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X6-2 High Capacity Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E62172_01/html/E63692/z40000091011460.html#scrolltoc

7069337

Assembly, backplane, 12X3.5, W/SAS expansion, 2U

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Storage Drive Backplanes" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X6-2 High Capacity Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E62172_01/html/E63692/goitv.html#scrolltoc

7078070

DIMM, 16 GB, RDIMM, DDR4, 2400

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing the DIMMS" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X6-2 High Capacity Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E62172_01/html/E63692/ceicjagi.html#scrolltoc

7085209

HBA, 12 Gb SAS PCIe 8-port RAID internal with flash module

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Oracle Storage 12 Gb/s SAS PCIe RAID HBA Card" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X6-2 High Capacity Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E62172_01/html/E63692/goivo.html#scrolltoc

7086345

Assembly, super cap, 13.5 volt, 6.4F, SAS3 HBA

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Oracle Storage 12 Gb/s SAS PCIe RAID HBA Card" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X6-2 High Capacity Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E62172_01/html/E63692/goivo.html#scrolltoc

7086346

Cable, super cap, 620M, 6-pin, straight, SAS3 HBA

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing SAS Cables" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X6-2 High Capacity Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E62172_01/html/E63692/goitq.html#scrolltoc

7090170

Flash drive, MLC, OSA ID, USB, 8 GB

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Internal USB Flash Drive" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X6-2 High Capacity Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E62172_01/html/E63692/ceiicfbd.html#scrolltoc

7090698

Assembly, 3.2 TB eMLC flash F320 NVMe card

EBO

FRU

See Oracle Flash Accelerator F320 PCIe Card User Guide at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E65386_01/html/E65387/index.html

7095102

CPU, E5-2630 V4, 2.2G, 85W, 10 CORE, R-2 (SR206)

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing Processors" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X6-2 High Capacity Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E62172_01/html/E63692/goiwq.html#scrolltoc

7096185

Assembly, indicator, left

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Front LED/USB Indicator Modules" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X6-2 High Capacity Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E62172_01/html/E63692/goity.html#scrolltoc

7098504

ASM, MOBO tray

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Motherboard Assembly" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X6-2 High Capacity Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E62172_01/html/E63692/goiup.html#scrolltoc

11.8.6 Extreme Flash Exadata Storage Server X6-2 Servers Parts

The Oracle Exadata Storage Server X6-2 Extreme Flash server has several replaceable parts.

The following figure shows the front view of the Oracle Exadata Storage Server X6-2 Extreme Flash server.

Figure 11-40 Front View of Oracle Exadata Storage Server X6-2 Extreme Flash Server

Description of Figure 11-40 follows
Description of "Figure 11-40 Front View of Oracle Exadata Storage Server X6-2 Extreme Flash Server"

The following figure shows the rear view of the Oracle Exadata Storage Server X6-2 Extreme Flash server.

Figure 11-41 Rear View of Oracle Exadata Storage Server X6-2 Extreme Flash Server

Description of Figure 11-41 follows
Description of "Figure 11-41 Rear View of Oracle Exadata Storage Server X6-2 Extreme Flash Server "

The following table lists the replaceable parts for Oracle Exadata Storage Server X6-2 Extreme Flash servers.

Note:

All replacement parts shown in the following table are considered FRU when covered under Premier Support of Systems warranty.

Table 11-52 Replacement Parts for Extreme Flash Exadata Storage Server X6-2 Servers

Part Number Description Repair Category Coverage under Basic Warranty Repair Procedure

350-1719

Assembly, 1U-2U Snap-in, slim rail rack

EBO

CRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Reinstall the Storage Server in the Rack" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X6-2 Extreme Flash Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E62172_01/html/E63689/z40004191003899.html#scrolltoc

370-5621

3 volt lithium battery

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Battery" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X6-2 Extreme Flash Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E62172_01/html/E63689/z40000f91037456.html#scrolltoc

7014226

Cable, interlock, 125 mm

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing NVMe Cables" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X6-2 Extreme Flash Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E62172_01/html/E63689/goioo.html#scrolltoc

7017231

Indicator assembly, right

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Front LED/USB Indicator Modules" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X6-2 Extreme Flash Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E62172_01/html/E63689/goipz.html#scrolltoc

7044130

Power Supply, A258, 1000 Watt AC Input

HS

FRU

  1. Remove rear left side of the CMA, and then swing it back and out to the right.

    The telescopic cross member supporting the cables directly behind the server can be retracted to access both power supplies.

  2. See "Servicing Power Supplies" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X6-2 Extreme Flash Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E62172_01/html/E63689/z40000091014153.html#scrolltoc

  3. Replace the CMA.

7045042

Fan assembly, 2U, 80 x 80, Ferrite, center_rotate

HS

FRU

See "Servicing Fan Modules" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X6-2 Extreme Flash Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E62172_01/html/E63689/z40000091014194.html#scrolltoc

7046442

Assembly, dual port, QDR CX3, host channel adapter

EBO

FRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Servicing PCIe Cards" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X6-2 Extreme Flash Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E62172_01/html/E63689/z40000f91037409.html#scrolltoc

  3. See "Verifying the InfiniBand Transport Layer systems based on an InfiniBand Network Layer Configuration".

  4. Verify the new hardware meets the hardware and firmware specifications using the following command:

    /opt/oracle.SupportTools/CheckHWnFWprofile 

7064634

Assembly, switch, PCI-e, X8, IDT

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing PCIe Cards" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X6-2 Extreme Flash Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E62172_01/html/E63689/z40000f91037409.html#scrolltoc

7064884

Heat sink, CPU

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing Processors" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X6-2 Extreme Flash Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E62172_01/html/E63689/goink.html#scrolltoc

7078070

DIMM, 16 GB, RDIMM, DDR4, 2400

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing the DIMMs" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X6-2 Extreme Flash Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E62172_01/html/E63689/ceicjagi.html#scrolltoc

7090170

Flash drive, MLC, OSA ID, USB, 8 GB

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Internal USB Flash Drives" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X6-2 Extreme Flash Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E62172_01/html/E63689/ceiicfbd.html#scrolltoc

7093483

ASM, BP, Ultra-NVME

EBO

FRU

See “Servicing the Storage Drive Backplane” in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X6-2 Extreme Flash Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E62172_01/html/E63689/goimw.html#scrolltoc

7093931

Assembly, SSD, 3.2 TB, eMLC-NAND, SFF-2.5 inch NVMe 1.0, X4

HS

FRU

See "Servicing the NVMe Storage Drive" in Oracle 3.2 TB NVMe SSD User Guide at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E65386_01/html/E65389/z40002cc9112.html#scrolltoc

7095102

CPU, E5-2630 V4, 2.2G, 85W, 10 CORE, R-2 (SR206)

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing Processors" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X6-2 Extreme Flash Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E62172_01/html/E63689/goink.html#scrolltoc

7095801

Cable, NVME, HD41, RA-HD4i, STR, 6XBUNDLE

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing NVMe Cables" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X6-2 Extreme Flash Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E62172_01/html/E63689/goioo.html#scrolltoc

7096185

Assembly, indicator, left

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Front LED/USB Indicator Modules" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X6-2 Extreme Flash Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E62172_01/html/E63689/goipz.html#scrolltoc

7098504

ASM, MOBO tray

EBO

FRU

See “Servicing the Motherboard Assembly” in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X6-2 Extreme Flash Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E62172_01/html/E63689/goiqp.html#scrolltoc

11.8.7 High Capacity Exadata Storage Server X5-2 Servers Parts

The High Capacity Exadata Storage Server X5-2 Server has several replaceable parts.

The following image shows the front view of High Capacity Exadata Storage Server X5-2 Servers.

Figure 11-42 Front View of High Capacity Exadata Storage Server X5-2 Servers

Description of Figure 11-42 follows
Description of "Figure 11-42 Front View of High Capacity Exadata Storage Server X5-2 Servers"

The following image shows the rear view of High Capacity Exadata Storage Server X5-2 Servers.

Figure 11-43 Rear View of High Capacity Exadata Storage Server X5-2 Servers

Description of Figure 11-43 follows
Description of "Figure 11-43 Rear View of High Capacity Exadata Storage Server X5-2 Servers"

The following table lists the replaceable parts for High Capacity Exadata Storage Server X5-2 Servers.

Note:

All replacement parts shown in the following table are considered FRU when covered under Premier Support of Systems warranty.

Table 11-53 Replacement Parts for High Capacity Exadata Storage Server X5-2 Servers

Part Number Description Repair Category Coverage under Basic Warranty Repair Procedure

350-1719

Assembly, 1U-2U Snap-in, slim rail rack

EBO

CRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Reinstall the Server in the Rack" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X5-2 High Capacity Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E41033_01/html/E55080/z40004191003899.html#scrolltoc

370-5621

3 volt lithium battery

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Battery" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X5-2 High Capacity Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E41033_01/html/E55080/z40000f91037456.html#scrolltoc

7014226

Cable, interlock, 125 mm

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing SAS Cables" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X5-2 High Capacity Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E41033_01/html/E55080/goitq.html#scrolltoc

7017231

Indicator assembly, right

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Front LED/USB Indicator Modules" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X5-2 High Capacity Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E41033_01/html/E55080/goity.html#scrolltoc

7023515

Disk backplane assembly, 2 rear

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing Storage Drives and Rear Drives" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X5-2 High Capacity Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E41033_01/html/E55080/z40000091011460.html#scrolltoc

7044130

Power Supply, A258, 1000W, AC Input

HS

FRU

  1. Remove rear left side of the CMA, and then swing it back and out to the right.

    The telescopic cross member supporting the cables directly behind the server can be retracted to access both power supplies.

  2. See "Servicing Power Supplies" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X5-2 High Capacity Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E41033_01/html/E55080/z40000091014153.html#scrolltoc

  3. Replace the CMA.

7045042

Fan assembly, 2U, 80 x 80, Ferrite, center_rotate

HS

FRU

See "Servicing Fan Modules" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X5-2 High Capacity Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E41033_01/html/E55080/z40000091014194.html#scrolltoc

7046442

Assembly, dual port, QDR CX3, host channel adapter

EBO

FRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Servicing PCIe Cards" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X5-2 High Capacity Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E41033_01/html/E55080/z40000f91037409.html#scrolltoc

  3. See "Verifying the InfiniBand Transport Layer systems based on an InfiniBand Network Layer Configuration".

  4. Verify the new hardware meets the hardware and firmware specifications using the following command:

    /opt/oracle.SupportTools/CheckHWnFWprofile 

7064884

Heat sink, CPU

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing Processors" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X5-2 High Capacity Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E41033_01/html/E55080/goiwq.html#scrolltoc

7066824

Assembly, drive, 4 TB, 3.5 inch, SAS/7200rpm

HS

FRU

See "Servicing Storage Drives and Rear Drives" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X5-2 High Capacity Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E41033_01/html/E55080/z40000091011460.html#scrolltoc

7069337

Assembly, backplane, 12X3.5, W/SAS expansion, 2U

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Storage Drive Backplanes" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X5-2 High Capacity Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E41033_01/html/E55080/goitv.html#scrolltoc

7078070

DIMM, 8 GB, RDIMM, DDR4, 2133

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing the DIMMs" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X5-2 High Capacity Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E41033_01/html/E55080/ceicjagi.html#scrolltoc

7085209

HBA, 12 Gb SAS PCIe 8-port RAID internal with flash module

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Oracle Storage 12 Gb/s SAS PCIe RAID HBA Card" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X5-2 High Capacity Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E41033_01/html/E55080/goivo.html#scrolltoc

7086345

Assembly, super cap, 13.5 volt, 6.4F, SAS3 HBA

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Oracle Storage 12 Gb/s SAS PCIe RAID HBA Card" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X5-2 High Capacity Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E41033_01/html/E55080/goivo.html#scrolltoc

7086346

Cable, super cap, 620M, 6-pin, straight, SAS3 HBA

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing SAS Cables" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X5-2 High Capacity Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E41033_01/html/E55080/goitq.html#scrolltoc

7090170

Flash drive, MLC, OSA ID, USB, 8 GB

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Internal USB Flash Drive" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X5-2 High Capacity Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E41033_01/html/E55080/ceiicfbd.html#scrolltoc

7090698

Assembly, 1.6 TB eMLC flash F160 NVMe card, Aura 3.0 with LP BRKT

EBO

FRU

See Oracle Flash Accelerator F160 PCIe Card User Guide at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E54943_01/html/E54947/index.html

7095102

CPU, E5-2630 V3, 2.4G, 85W, 8 CORE, R-2 (SR206)

EBO

See "Servicing Processors" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X5-2 High Capacity Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E41033_01/html/E55080/goiwq.html#scrolltoc

7096185

Assembly, indicator, left

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Front LED/USB Indicator Modules" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X5-2 High Capacity Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E41033_01/html/E55080/goity.html#scrolltoc

7098504

ASM, MOBO tray

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Motherboard Assembly" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X5-2 High Capacity Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E41033_01/html/E55080/goiup.html#scrolltoc

11.8.8 Extreme Flash Exadata Storage Server X5-2 Servers Parts

The following image shows the front view of Extreme Flash Exadata Storage Server X5-2 Servers.

Figure 11-44 Front View of Extreme Flash Exadata Storage Server X5-2 Servers

Description of Figure 11-44 follows
Description of "Figure 11-44 Front View of Extreme Flash Exadata Storage Server X5-2 Servers"

The following image shows the rear view of Extreme Flash Exadata Storage Server X5-2 Servers.

Figure 11-45 Rear View of Extreme Flash Exadata Storage Server X5-2 Servers

Description of Figure 11-45 follows
Description of "Figure 11-45 Rear View of Extreme Flash Exadata Storage Server X5-2 Servers"

The following table lists the replaceable parts for Extreme Flash Exadata Storage Server X5-2 Servers.

Note:

All replacement parts shown in the following table are considered FRU when covered under Premier Support of Systems warranty.

Table 11-54 Replacement Parts for Extreme Flash Exadata Storage Server X5-2 Servers

Part Number Description Repair Category Coverage under Basic Warranty Repair Procedure

350-1719

Assembly, 1U-2U Snap-in, slim rail rack

EBO

CRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Reinstall the Storage Server in the Rack" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X5-2 Extreme Flash Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E41033_01/html/E55031/z40004191003899.html#scrolltoc

370-5621

3 volt lithium battery

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Battery" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X5-2 Extreme Flash Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E41033_01/html/E55031/z40000f91037456.html#scrolltoc

7014226

Cable, interlock, 125 mm

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing NVMe Cables" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X5-2 Extreme Flash Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E41033_01/html/E55031/goioo.html#scrolltoc

7017231

Indicator assembly, right

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing the Front LED/USB Indicator Modules" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X5-2 Extreme Flash Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E41033_01/html/E55031/goipz.html#scrolltoc

7044130

Power Supply, A258, 1000 Watt AC Input

HS

FRU

  1. Remove rear left side of the CMA, and then swing it back and out to the right.

    The telescopic cross member supporting the cables directly behind the server can be retracted to access both power supplies.

  2. See "Servicing Power Supplies" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X5-2 Extreme Flash Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E41033_01/html/E55031/z40000091014153.html#scrolltoc

  3. Replace the CMA.

7045042

Fan assembly, 2U, 80 x 80, Ferrite, center_rotate

HS

FRU

See "Servicing Fan Modules" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X5-2 Extreme Flash Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E41033_01/html/E55031/z40000091014194.html#scrolltoc

7046442

Assembly, dual port, QDR CX3, host channel adapter

EBO

FRU

  1. If the server is currently running, then it should be shut down gracefully. See "Powering Off Database Servers" for additional information.

  2. See "Servicing PCIe Cards" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X5-2 Extreme Flash Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E41033_01/html/E55031/z40000f91037409.html#scrolltoc

  3. See "Verifying the InfiniBand Transport Layer systems based on an InfiniBand Network Layer Configuration".

  4. Verify the new hardware meets the hardware and firmware specifications using the following command:

    /opt/oracle.SupportTools/CheckHWnFWprofile 

7064634

Assembly, switch, PCI-e, X8, IDT

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing PCIe Cards" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X5-2 Extreme Flash Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E41033_01/html/E55031/z40000f91037409.html#scrolltoc

7064884

Heat sink, CPU

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing Processors" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X5-2 Extreme Flash Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E41033_01/html/E55031/goink.html#scrolltoc

7078070

DIMM, 8 GB, RDIMM, DDR4, 2133

EBO

FRU

See "Servicing the DIMMs" in Oracle Exadata Storage Server X5-2 Extreme Flash Service Manual at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E41033_01/html/E55031/ceicjagi.html#scrolltoc

7090170

Flash drive, MLC, OSA ID, USB, 8 GB