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Oracle® Exadata Database Server X8-8 Service Manual

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Updated: June 2020
 
 

Serviceability Overview

For detailed information about server component hot, warm, or cold serviceability, see Component Serviceability Requirements.

Review the Oracle Server X8-8 Product Notes at: https://www.oracle.com/goto/x8-8/docs for hardware-related information before performing removal and installation procedures.

Hot Service

Hot service components can be serviced while the server is powered on and running in Main power mode.

The following components can be hot-serviced:

See the Oracle Linux operating system documentation for procedures and other instructions for shutting down the server. See also Power Off the Server Using the Server OS.

Warm Service

Warm service components can be serviced while the server is in Standby power mode. You can remove and replace CMODs, DIMMs, and processors and heatsinks without disconnecting the back panel AC power cords or shutting down Oracle ILOM.

The following components can be warm-serviced:

See the Oracle Linux operating system documentation for procedures and other instructions for shutting down the server. See also Power Off the Server Using the Server OS.

Cold Service

Cold service components must be serviced when the server is completely powered off and all four AC power cords are disconnected from the server back panel AC power block.

The following components can be cold-serviced:

See the Oracle Linux operating system documentation for procedures and other instructions for shutting down the server. See also Power Off the Server Using the Server OS.