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Oracle® Exadata Database Server X8-8 Service Manual

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Updated: June 2020
 
 

System Module (SMOD) Indicators

The back panel indicators located on the SMOD allow you manage the server and determine server status. The SMOD back panel indicator includes some indicators and buttons not found on the front indicator module (FIM), including reset switches and indicators for SMOD components.

The following figure shows the back panel SMOD indicators.

image:An illustration with call outs showing the SMOD back indicator
                        panel.
Call Out
Status LED or Button
Icon and Color
Description
1
Locate button/LED
image:Locate Button/LED icon
White
When activated remotely, lighting the SMOD Locate LED helps you find the server and SMOD0 System A or SMOD1 System B. Press this button to prove physical presence at the server chassis, as required for some Oracle ILOM tasks.
  • Off – Server is operating normally.

  • Fast blink – Use Oracle ILOM to activate this LED to enable you to locate a system quicklly and easily.

2
Fault-Service Required
image:Service Action Required LED icon
Amber
Indicates a fault state in SMOD:
  • Off – SMOD is operating normally.

  • Steady On – A fault is present in SMOD.

Other amber (fault) indicators might also be lit, which can help you isolate the fault to a particular subsystem.
3
System OK
image:OK LED icon
Green
Indicates the operational state of the SMOD:
  • Off – AC power is not present or the Oracle ILOM boot is not complete.

  • Flashing – SMOD is booting.

  • Steady On – OS has booted, power is on and chassis SMOD is running.

Along with the SP indicator (below), the System OK LED provides the SMOD power status.
4
SP OK
image:SP LED icon
Green
Indicates when SMOD service processor (SP) is booting:
  • Flashing – SP is booting.

  • Steady On – Oracle ILOM is operational.

Along with the System OK indicator (above), the SP OK LED provides the status of the system power.
5
NET MGT 10/100/1000 Ethernet port Activity and Speed LEDs
Activity: Top left, Green
Link speed: Top right Bi-colored: Amber/ Green
The service processor NET MGT port is the optional connection to the Oracle ILOM service processor. The NET MGT port is configured by default to use Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP). The service processor NET MGT port uses an RJ-45 cable for a 10/100/1000BASE-T connection.
NET MGT Activity LED: Top left Green
Indicates when the Oracle ILOM service processor (SP) network management (NET MGT) RJ-45 10/100/1000BASE-T port is active.
  • Steady On – Link up. Lights when the Network (NET) 10/100/1000BASE-T RJ-45 Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) NET0 port is active. Indicates a live network.

  • Off– No activity. No link. Not operational.

  • FLASHING – Packet activity. Blinks with network traffic.

NET MGT Link speed LED: Top right Bi-colored: Amber/Green
  • Off – 10BASE-T link (if link up) (10 GigabitEthernet 10GBASE-T)

  • Amber ON – 100BASE-T link (Fast Ethernet 100 BASE-TX)

  • Green ON – 1000BASE-T link (GigabitEthernet 1000BASE-T)

6
SMOD Fault-Service Required
image:Service Action Required LED icon
Amber
Indicates a fault state in the SMOD:
  • Off – SMOD is operating normally.

  • Steady On – A fault is present in SMOD.

Lights when the SMOD requires service.
7
SMOD System OK
image:OK LED icon
Green
Indicates the operational state of the SMOD:
  • Off – AC power is not present or the Oracle ILOM boot is not complete.

  • Flashing – SMOD is booting.

  • Steady On – OS has booted, power is on, and chassis SMOD is running.

Along with the SP indicator (above), the System OK LED provides the SMOD power status.
8
HBA Fault-Service Required
image:Service Action Required LED icon
Amber
Indicates a fault state in the SMOD internal HBA:
  • Off – HBA is operating normally.

  • Steady On – A fault is present in SMOD HBA.

    Lights when the internal HBA requires service.

9
NET2 10 GbE Ethernet port Activity and Speed LEDs
Activity: Top left, Green
Link speed: Top right Bi-colored: Amber/ Green
NET2 Activity LED: Top left Green
  • Steady On – Link up. Lights when the Network (NET) 10 GbE Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) RJ-45 NET2 port is active. Indicates a live network.

  • Off– No activity. No link. Not operational.

  • FLASHING – Packet activity. Blinks with network traffic.

NET2 Link speed LED: Top right Bi-colored: Amber/Green
  • Off – 10BASE-T link (if link up) (10 GigabitEthernet 10GBASE-T)

  • Amber ON – 100BASE-T link (Fast Ethernet 100 BASE-TX)

  • Green ON – 1000BASE-T link (GigabitEthernet 1000BASE-T)

10
NET3 10 GbE Ethernet port Activity and Speed LEDs
Activity: Top left, Green
Link speed: Top right Bi-colored: Amber/ Green
NET3 Activity LED: Top left Green
  • Steady On – Link up. Lights when the Network (NET) 10 GbE Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) RJ-45 NET3 port is active. Indicates a live network.

  • Off– No activity. No link. Not operational.

  • FLASHING – Packet activity. Blinks with network traffic.

NET3 Link speed LED: Top right Bi-colored: Amber/Green
  • Off – 10BASE-T link (if link up) (10 GigabitEthernet 10GBASE-T)

  • Amber ON – 100BASE-T link (Fast Ethernet 100 BASE-TX)

  • Green ON – 1000BASE-T link (GigabitEthernet 1000BASE-T)

11
NET0 10 GbE Ethernet port Activity and Speed LEDs
Activity: Top left, Green
Link speed: Top right Bi-colored: Amber/ Green
NET0 Activity LED: Top left Green
  • Steady On – Link up. Lights when the Network (NET) 10/100/1000BASE-T RJ-45 Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) NET0 port is active. Indicates a live network.

  • Off– No activity. No link. Not operational.

  • FLASHING – Packet activity. Blinks with network traffic.

NET0 Link speed LED: Top right Bi-colored: Amber/Green
  • Off – 10BASE-T link (if link up) (10 GigabitEthernet 10GBASE-T)

  • Amber ON – 100BASE-T link (Fast Ethernet 100 BASE-TX)

  • Green ON – 1000BASE-T link (GigabitEthernet 1000BASE-T)

12
NET1 10 GbE Ethernet port Activity and Speed LEDs
Activity: Top left, Green
Link speed: Top right Bi-colored: Amber/ Green
NET1 Activity LED: Top left Green
  • Steady On – Link up. Lights when the Network (NET) 10 GbE Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) RJ-45 NET1 port is active. Indicates a live network.

  • Off– No activity. No link. Not operational.

  • FLASHING – Packet activity. Blinks with network traffic.

NET1 Link speed LED: Top right Bi-colored: Amber/Green
  • Off – 10BASE-T link (if link up) (10 GigabitEthernet 10GBASE-T)

  • Amber ON – 100BASE-T link (Fast Ethernet 100 BASE-TX)

  • Green ON – 1000BASE-T link (GigabitEthernet 1000BASE-T)


Note -  The server does not provide video ports on the SMODs. Video display is only available using the Oracle ILOM Remote Console Plus interface.