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Oracle® Exadata Database Server X8-8 Service Manual

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Updated: June 2020
 
 

Front Indicator Module (FIM) Panel

The front indicator module (FIM) panel is located at the top left corner of the server (as viewed from the front of the server). Use buttons to control the server. Use indicators to determine server status. In the 8-socket configuration, the FIM provides controls and indicators for System A (SMOD0) and System B CMODs 4-7. Other System B (SMOD1) buttons and indicators are not operational.

The following figure shows FIM buttons and indicators.

image:An illustration with call outs showing the FIM buttons and
                        indicators.
Call Out
Status LED or Button
Icon and Color
Description
1
Locate button/LED (chassis SMOD0 System A)
image:Locate Button/LED icon
White
Indicates the location of the SMOD System A in the server:
  • Off – Server is operating normally.

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

    On when SMOD0 System A Locate Button on the server is pressed.

2
Fault-Service Required (chassis SMOD0 System A)
image:Fault-Service RequiredLED icon
Amber
Indicates a fault state in SMOD0 System A:
  • Off – Server is operating normally.

  • Steady On – A fault is present in chassis SMOD0 System A.

3
System OK (chassis SMOD0 System A)
image:OK LED icon
Green
Indicates the operational state of the SMOD0 System A:
  • Off – AC power is not present or the Oracle ILOM boot is not complete.

  • Flashing – SMOD0 System A is booting.

  • Steady On – OS has booted, power is on and chassis SMOD0 System A is running.

4
On/Standby button (chassis SMOD0 System A) (recessed)
image:Power icon
None
Use to locally control chassis SMOD0 System A system power:
  • Four second or less press – Initiates a graceful shutdown.

  • Five seconds or more press – Initiates an immediate shutdown.

Control chassis SMOD0 System A power locally, when physically present at the server. The duration of the button press determines the type of power off (graceful or immediate).
5
SP OK (chassis SMOD0 System A)
image:SP LED icon
Green
Indicates when SMOD0 System A service processor (SP) is booting:
  • Flashing – SP is booting.

  • Steady On – Oracle ILOM is operational.

6
System Overtemperature Warning (chassis SMOD0 System A)
image:Temperature LED icon
Amber
Indicates that a fault might have occurred in the cooling subsystem. The system Fault-Service Required LED might also be lit.
7
System A/Chassis rear Fault-Service Required LED (chassis SMOD0 System A)
image:Service Action Required LED icon
Amber
Indicates that a fault might have occurred in SMOD0 System A or the server chassis. Indicates that a fault might have occurred in a DPCC or PCIe card.
8
CMOD Fault-Service Required LEDs 0, 1, 2, 3
image:Service Action Required LED icon
Amber
Indicates that a fault might have occurred in the corresponding CMODs supporting chassis SMOD0 System A.
9
Locate Button/LED (SMOD1 System B)
image:Locate Button/LED icon
White
Indicates the SMOD1 System B location in the server when pressed.
  • Off – Server is operating normally,

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

10
Fault-Service Required (SMOD1 System B)
image:Service Action Required LED icon
Amber
Indicates a fault state in SMOD1 System B:
  • Off – Server is operating normally,

  • Steady On – A fault is present in SMOD1 System B.

11
System OK (SMOD1 System B)
image:OK LED icon
Green
Indicates the operational state of SMOD0 System B:
  • Off – SMOD1 System B AC power is not present or the Oracle ILOM boot is not complete.

  • Flashing – SMOD1 System B is booting.

  • Steady On – OS has booted, power is on and SMOD1 System B is running.

12
On/Standby button (SMOD1 System B) (recessed)
image:Power icon
None
Use to locally control SMOD1 System B system power:
  • Four seconds or less press – Initiates a graceful shutdown.

  • Five seconds or more press – Initiates an immediate shutdown.

13
SP OK (SMOD1 System B)
image:SP LED icon
Green
Indicates when SMOD1 System B SP service processor (SP) is booting:
  • Flashing – SP is booting.

  • Steady On – Oracle ILOM is operational.

14
System Overtemperature Warning (SMOD1 System B)
image:Temperature LED icon
Amber
Indicates that a fault might have occurred in the SMOD1 system B cooling subsystem. The system Fault-Service Required LED might also be lit.
15
Chassis rear Fault-Service Required LED (SMOD1 System B)
image:Service Action Required LED icon
Amber
Indicates that a fault might have occurred in SMOD1 System B. Indicates that a fault might have occurred in a DPCC or PCIe card.
16
CMOD Fault-Service Required LEDs 4, 5, 6, 7
image:Service Action Required LED icon
Amber
Indicates that a fault might have occurred in the corresponding CMODs supporting SMOD1 System B.