INTEGRATED LIGHTS OUT MANAGER ILOM ADMINISTRATION GUIDE PDF
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View the name and status of the indicators and LEDs.
Identify hardware errors on a system as they occur. Choose to configure power consumption policies to help control the system power usage. When setting up your system for the first time, establish a physical network management connection to Oracle ILOM through one of these supported methods:. Adminisstration the power consumption intfgrated a server or a blade chassis.
View a history of rolling averages for power consumption. Enter or change the service processor identification information by assigning a host name or system identifier.
View various details about each particular event, including the event ID, class, type, severity, date and time, and description of the event. View the users currently logged in to ILOM, as well as the type of session users have initiated.
When entering an IPv6 address into a URL or directory path, the address must be enclosed within brackets to work correctly. To download the JRE software, go to http: Learn about ILOM web interface features and functionality.
View information about components that are in integraed faulted state. Gather system details such as model numbers, part numbers, firmware versions, inyegrated primary operating system, and network addresses. Manage the service processor configuration data. The settings you can view or configure for an individual blade SP are organized in the seven tabs appearing in the right side of the ILOM Web Interface page, as shown in the previous example. Enable or disable the remote management state of the keyboard, video, mouse, or storage device.
Oracle® ILOM Administrator’s Guide for Configuration and Maintenance Firmware Release x
Update the service processor SP and BIOS firmware for a rackmounted server or blade server module; or, perform firmware updates for one or more upgradeable devices installed in intdgrated blade chassis. It provides a web interface and a command-line interface CLI. When you click the main tab, second-level tabs are displayed, providing you with further options.
Edit or update SNMP settings. Manage the server by performing these types of actions: Role-Based User Management Accounts. Reset chassis monitoring modules and service processors. To view further kanager, click on a Disk Name.
Select the next boot device. ILOM supports the browsers listed in the following table.
Web Interface Overview
You can also configure the diskette drive or CD-ROM drive on the remote system as a device virtually connected to your Oracle Sun system. To view further details, click on a Volume Name. View information for RAID controllers. View system power requirements for capacity planning.
Oracle Integrated Lights Out Manager (ILOM) 3.0 Documentation
View the name, type, and reading of the sensors. The main ILOM web page for the server SP organizes the settings you can view or configure for that server within the tabs appearing at the top of the page, as shown in the following example. Enable or disable settings that control the behavior of the system, such as power-on policies. The Session Timeout value indicates the number of idle minutes that can lapse before automatic CLI logout occurs. View and configure a message that appears prior to log in and login message that appears after user log in.
At a glance, identify the hardware associated with a server or blade chassis. Assign server identification labels. Therefore, you might have access to different tabs than those described in this section. Manage the host remotely by redirecting the system console to your local machine.
Oracle Solaris 9 and See Chapter 12 for a list of web browsers and operating systems supported by the Remote Console application. Enable or disable Zone Manager settings and reset the Zone Manager password. Launch Oracle System Assistant.
View information for all disks attached to RAID controllers. View the session timeout or change the session timeout parameter. View and configure CMM power supply redundancy options. Gain command-line access to the host server through a text-based serial console. This chapter introduces the basic information you need to know before you perform procedures using the ILOM web interface.
To get further details, click on a Controller Name. When setting up your system for the first time, establish a physical network management connection to Oracle ILOM through one of these supported methods: View power consumption metrics for actual power and permitted power, as well as set power consumption thresholds to generate email alerts or SNMP notifications.