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Sun Educational Services Sun Fire™ 15K Server Administration ES-421 Sun Fire™ 15K Server Administration Copyright 2001 Sun Microsystems, Inc., 901 San Antonio Road, Palo Alto, California 94303, U.S.A All rights reserved This product or document is protected by copyright and distributed under licenses restricting its use, copying, distribution, and decompilation No part of this product or document may be reproduced in any form by any means without prior written authorization of Sun and its licensors, if any Third-party software, including font technology, is copyrighted and licensed from Sun suppliers Sun, Sun Microsystems, the Sun Logo, OpenBoot, Solaris, Solaris Operating Environment, SunATM, SunFastEthernet, Sun Fire, Sun Fireplane interconnect, Sun Management Center, Sun Quad FastEthernet, SunSolve, SunSolve Online, SunSpectrum, Sun StorEdge, A1000, Sun StorEdge A5000, Sun StorEdge D240, Sun StorEdge D1000, Sun StorEdge L200, Sun StorEdge L400, Sun StorEdge L700, Sun StorEdge L3500, 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Xerox, cette licence couvrant également les licenciés de Sun qui mettent en place l’interface d’utilisation graphique OPEN LOOK et qui en outre se conforment aux licences écrites de Sun L’accord du gouvernement américain est requis avant l’exportation du produit LA DOCUMENTATION EST FOURNIE “EN L’ETAT” ET TOUTES AUTRES CONDITIONS, DECLARATIONS ET GARANTIES EXPRESSES OU TACITES SONT FORMELLEMENT EXCLUES, DANS LA MESURE AUTORISEE PAR LA LOI APPLICABLE, Y COMPRIS NOTAMMENT TOUTE GARANTIE IMPLICITE RELATIVE A LA QUALITE MARCHANDE, A L’APTITUDE A UNE UTILISATION PARTICULIERE OU A L’ABSENCE DE CONTREFAÇON CE MANUEL DE RÉFÉRENCE DOIT ÊTRE UTILISÉ DANS LE CADRE D’UN COURS DE FORMATION DIRIGÉ PAR UN INSTRUCTEUR (ILT) IL NE S’AGIT PAS D’UN OUTIL DE FORMATION INDÉPENDANT NOUS VOUS DÉCONSEILLONS DE L’UTILISER DANS LE CADRE D’UNE AUTO-FORMATION Sun Educational Services About This Course Sun Fire™ 15K Server Administration Sun Educational Services Course Goals Upon completion of this course, you should be able to: • Describe the Sun Fire 15K server physical architecture • Configure the Sun Fire 15K server platform and domains • Perform platform administration on the Sun Fire 15K server Sun Fire™ 15K Server Administration Copyright 2001 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Enterprise Services, Revision A About This Course, ii of vii Sun Educational Services Course Map Sun Fire Architecture Introducing the Sun Fire 15K Server Sun Fire 15K Server Architecture Sun Fire 15K Platform Configuration Sun Fire 15K System Controller Architecture Configuring the Sun fire 15K Platform Configuring the Sun Fire 15K Domains Sun Fire 15K Server Administration and Troubleshooting Multipathing I/O Management Dynamic Reconfiguration Sun Management Center 3.0 on the Sun Fire 15K Server Troubleshooting Sun Fire 15K Servers Sun Fire™ 15K Server Administration About This Course, iii of vii Copyright 2001 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Enterprise Services, Revision A Sun Educational Services Topics Not Covered • Solaris administration – Covered in SA-118: Fundamentals of Solaris™ Operating Environment for System Administrators • Storage administration – Covered in ES-255: Sun™ Storage System Administration • Sun Fire 3800, 4800, 4810 and 6800 server administration – Covered in ES-420: Sun Fire™ Workgroup/Enterprise Server Administration Sun Fire™ 15K Server Administration Copyright 2001 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Enterprise Services, Revision A About This Course, iv of vii Sun Educational Services How to Use the Icons Additional resources ! Demonstration Discussion ? Note Caution Caution - Electrical Sun Fire™ 15K Server Administration About This Course, v of vii Copyright 2001 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Enterprise Services, Revision A Sun Educational Services Typographical Conventions • Courier is used for the names of commands, files, directories, programming code, programming constructs, and on-screen computer output • Courier bold is used for characters and numbers that you type, and for each line of programming code that is referenced in a textual description • Courier italic is used for variables and commandline placeholders that are replaced with a real name or value • Courier italic bold is used to represent variables whose values are to be entered by the student as part of an activity Sun Fire™ 15K Server Administration Copyright 2001 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Enterprise Services, Revision A About This Course, vi of vii Sun Educational Services Typographical Conventions • Palatino italic is used for book titles, new words or terms, or words that are emphasized Sun Fire™ 15K Server Administration Copyright 2001 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Enterprise Services, Revision A About This Course, vii of vii Sun Educational Services Technical Information for Escalation • Include the system controller console log, if available, the domain postrc files, and any blacklist or redlist files • Have available the domain /etc/system files • For domainstops and recordstops, have accessible the $SMSVAR/adm/domain_id/dump dsmd.dstop and dsmd.rstop files on the system controller • For resets, have the $SMSVAR/adm/domain_id/dump dump.Reset files from the system controller • For panics, review and have accessible the core files from the Sun Fire 15K host domain in /var/crash/domain_name Sun Fire™ 15K Server Administration Copyright 2001 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Enterprise Services, Revision A Module 9, slide 65 of 66 Sun Educational Services Check Your Progress • Understand how a Sun Fire 15K server fails and recovers • Understand the role of the system controller in failure logging • Describe the different types of failures • Find where failure information is recorded • Interpret failure information • Understand support information requirements Sun Fire™ 15K Server Administration Copyright 2001 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Enterprise Services, Revision A Module 9, slide 66 of 66 Course Contents About This Course Preface-i Course Goals Preface-ii Course Map Preface-iii Topics Not Covered Preface-iv How to Use the Icons Preface-v Typographical Conventions Preface-vi Introducing the Sun Fire™ 15K Server 1-1 Objectives 1-2 Relevance 1-3 Introducing the Sun Fire™ 15K Server 1-4 Generation Scaling 1-5 Scaling Between the Sun Enterprise 10000 and the Sun Fire 15K Servers 1-6 The Sun Fire Systems 1-7 System Configurations 1-8 System Cabinet – Front View 1-11 System Cabinet – Back View 1-12 Sun Fire 15K Server I/O Support 1-13 Supported I/O Adapters 1-14 Supported Disk Arrays 1-16 Supported Backup Devices 1-17 Sun Fire Server Advanced RAS Features 1-18 Sun Fire 15K Server Specific RAS Features 1-19 Check Your Progress 1-20 Sun Fire™ 15K Server Administration Copyright 2001 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Enterprise Services, Revision A i Sun Educational Services Sun Fire™ 15K Server Architecture 2-1 Objectives 2-2 Relevance 2-3 Architecture Overview 2-4 The Sun Fire 15K Bus Architecture 2-5 Interconnect Levels 2-7 The Address Interconnect 2-8 Data Interconnect 2-9 Memory Coherency 2-10 System Components 2-11 Board Sets 2-12 System Board Set 2-13 System Board Set Example 2-14 Control Board Set 2-15 System Controller Board Set 2-16 System Boards 2-17 System Board Logical Block Diagram 2-18 CPU and Memory Locations 2-19 System Board LEDs 2-20 Sun Fire 15K Server I/O Support 2-21 Four-Slot hsPCI I/O Board 2-22 hsPCI I/O Assembly Slot Assignments 2-23 hsPCI I/O Assembly Status LEDs 2-24 MaxCPU Board 2-25 MaxCPU Board LED Indicators 2-26 Sun Fire™ Link Board 2-27 Sun Fire Link Board LED Indicators 2-28 Expander Board 2-29 System Controller Resources 2-30 System Controller Components 2-32 Sun Fire™ 15K Server Administration Copyright 2001 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Enterprise Services, Revision A ii Sun Educational Services System Controller Faceplate 2-33 System Control Board LEDs 2-34 System Controller Peripheral Board LEDs 2-35 Sun Fireplane Centerplane 2-36 Power Centerplane 2-37 Fan Backplane 2-38 Carrier Plates 2-39 Electrical Specifications 2-40 Sun Fire 15K Server Power Usage 2-42 Power Distribution 2-43 Power Supplies 2-44 Power Supply LEDs and Circuit Breakers 2-45 Powering On the Sun Fire 15K Server 2-46 Powering Off the Sun Fire 15K Server 2-48 Processor Cabinet Cooling System 2-49 Fan Tray 2-50 FrameManager 2-51 FrameManager Front Panel 2-52 System Component Location – Front 2-53 System Component Locations – Back 2-54 Check Your Progress 2-55 Sun Fire™ 15K System Controller Architecture 3-1 Objectives 3-2 Relevance 3-4 Architecture Overview 3-5 System Controller Features 3-6 System Controller Hardware Complex 3-8 System Controller Complex Block Diagram 3-9 CP1500 Board 3-10 Sun Fire™ 15K Server Administration Copyright 2001 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Enterprise Services, Revision A iii Sun Educational Services Control Board 3-11 System Controller Peripheral Board 3-12 Centerplane Support Board 3-13 System Controller PCI Bus Structure 3-14 Management Networks 3-15 C Network 3-16 I1 Network 3-17 I2 Network 3-18 Console Bus 3-19 I2C Bus 3-20 System Clock 3-21 SMS Capabilities for Platform Administrator 3-23 Additional SMS Features 3-25 SMS Startup 3-26 SMS Daemons 3-27 Message Logging Daemon 3-28 SMS Startup Daemon 3-29 The ssd_start File 3-30 Hardware Access Daemon 3-31 Management Network Daemon 3-32 FRU Access Daemon 3-33 Failover Management Daemon 3-34 Platform Configuration Database Daemon 3-35 Task Management Daemon 3-36 Domain Status Monitoring Daemon 3-37 Environmental Status Monitoring Daemon 3-38 OpenBoot PROM Support Daemon 3-39 Key Management Daemon 3-40 Domain X Server 3-41 Domain Configuration Administration Server 3-42 System Controller Environment Variables 3-43 Sun Fire™ 15K Server Administration Copyright 2001 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Enterprise Services, Revision A iv Sun Educational Services SMS File System Structure 3-44 The /opt/SUNWSMS/SMS1.x Directory 3-45 The /etc/opt/SUNWSMS Directory 3-46 SMS Installation Packages 3-47 Configuring the System Controller 3-49 Configuring the Management Network 3-50 Configuring the Management Network With the smsconfig Script 3-51 The MAN.cf Configuration File 3-52 Using the smsconfig Script 3-54 The smsconfig Script Example 3-55 The smsconfig Command Example 3-57 Logging in to the System Controller 3-63 Check Your Progress 3-64 Configuring the Sun Fire™ 15K Platform 4-1 Objectives 4-2 Relevance 4-3 Architecture Overview 4-4 System Management Tasks and Privileges 4-5 Managing Administration Groups 4-6 Adding Administrators 4-7 Platform Administrator Tasks 4-8 Platform Operator Group 4-9 Platform Service Group 4-10 Domain Administrator Group 4-11 Domain Configuration Group 4-12 Superuser Privileges 4-13 Available Component List (ACL) 4-14 Platform Administration Tasks 4-15 Displaying Platform Configuration 4-16 Sun Fire™ 15K Server Administration Copyright 2001 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Enterprise Services, Revision A v Sun Educational Services The smsversion Command 4-17 The showplatform Command 4-18 The showboards Command 4-19 The showcomponent Command 4-21 Monitoring Platform Environmentals and Status 4-22 The showenvironment Command 4-23 The showlogs Command 4-25 Setting Up the Platform 4-26 The setupplatform Command 4-27 The setdate/showdate Commands 4-28 The setdefaults Command 4-29 Powering Platform Components On and Off 4-30 The poweron Command 4-31 The poweroff Command 4-32 Updating the Firmware 4-33 The flashupdate Command 4-34 Backing Up and Restoring the SMS Environment 4-35 The smsbackup Command 4-36 The smsrestore Command 4-37 Re-initializing the System Controller 4-38 The resetsc Command 4-39 Check Your Progress 4-40 Sun Fire™ 15K Server Administration Copyright 2001 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Enterprise Services, Revision A vi Sun Educational Services Configuring Sun Fire™ 15K Domains 5-1 Objectives 5-2 Relevance 5-4 Sun Fire 15K OpenBoot PROM and Solaris Operating Environment 5-5 Sun Fire 15K Domains 5-6 Domain Configuration 5-7 Domain Configuration Units (DCUs) 5-9 Domain Configuration Requirements 5-10 Configuring Static Domains 5-11 The addtag Command 5-12 The deletetag Command 5-13 The addboard Command 5-14 The deleteboard Command 5-15 The moveboard Command 5-16 The setobpparams Command 5-17 Domain Configuration Example 5-18 The Virtual Keyswitch 5-29 setkeyswitch Command Examples 5-30 Displaying the Virtual Keyswitch Setting in Domain 5-31 Accessing the Domain Console 5-32 Console Escape Characters 5-33 Displaying Domain Devices 5-34 Resetting the Domain 5-39 The OpenBoot PROM Device Tree 5-40 Sun Fire Physical Device Mapping 5-45 Decoding CPU and Memory Locations 5-46 Decoding I/O Card Locations 5-47 I/O Board Bus Assignments 5-51 The Sun Fire 15K Solaris Operating Environment 5-52 Configuring the Solaris Operating Environment in a New Domain 5-53 Sun Fire™ 15K Server Administration Copyright 2001 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Enterprise Services, Revision A vii Sun Educational Services System Controller Domain Log Files 5-54 Displaying the System Configuration 5-55 The ndd man_get_hostinfo Command 5-56 The prtconf Command 5-57 The format Command 5-59 The prtdiag Command 5-60 The prtdiag Command 5-63 The eeprom Command 5-67 Check Your Progress 5-69 Multipathing I/O Management 6-1 Objectives 6-2 Relevance 6-3 Multipathing I/O 6-4 Sun StorEdge Traffic Manager Software (STMS) 6-5 STMS Product Comparison 6-6 Supported Software and Hardware 6-9 How STMS Works 6-11 STMS Path Properties 6-12 STMS Device Tree 6-13 STMS Device Paths 6-14 STMS Logical Devices 6-15 Configuring STMS Software 6-17 Domain Configuration Verification 6-18 System Patch Installation 6-20 STMS Installation 6-21 STMS Installation 6-24 STMS Installation 6-26 Post-Installation Setup and Verification 6-27 STMS Configuration File 6-28 Sun Fire™ 15K Server Administration Copyright 2001 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Enterprise Services, Revision A viii Sun Educational Services Upgrading the Operating Environment 6-29 Automatic Path Discovery 6-30 STMS Management 6-32 The luxadm Command 6-33 The luxadm Command 6-36 The luxadm Command 6-39 The format Command 6-41 Automatic Failover 6-42 Internet Protocol Multipathing (IPMP) 6-47 IPMP Concept 6-48 IPMP Components 6-49 IPMP Hardware and Software Requirements 6-50 IPMP Group Requirements 6-51 How IPMP Works 6-53 Multipathing Configuration File 6-56 Starting the in.mpathd Daemon 6-57 New ifconfig Status Flags 6-58 New ifconfig Subcommands 6-59 Configuring IPMP 6-60 Creating an IP Multipathing Group 6-61 Adding and Deleting Physical Network Interfaces 6-62 Configuring Test Interfaces 6-63 Configuring Standby Interfaces 6-64 Configuring Logical Interfaces 6-65 IPMP Implementation 6-66 Automating IPMP Configuration in IPv4 6-84 Manually Configuring IPMP in IPv6 6-85 Automating Internet Protocol Multipathing Configuration in IPv6 6-86 Check Your Progress 6-87 Sun Fire™ 15K Server Administration Copyright 2001 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Enterprise Services, Revision A ix Sun Educational Services Dynamic Reconfiguration 7-1 Objectives 7-2 Relevance 7-3 Introducing Dynamic Reconfiguration 7-4 Benefits of Dynamic Reconfiguration 7-5 DR Operational Locations 7-6 Dynamic Reconfiguration Concepts 7-7 Dynamic Reconfiguration Attach 7-9 DR Detach 7-10 I/O Board Considerations 7-11 System Memory Considerations 7-12 Performing Dynamic Reconfiguration From the System Controller 7-13 The addboard Command 7-14 The deleteboard Command 7-15 The moveboard Command 7-16 The rcfgadm Utility 7-17 The rcfgadm Command Syntax 7-18 Standard Board Status 7-19 Detailed Board Status 7-20 Replacing a System Board 7-22 Replacing an I/O Board 7-24 Moving Physical Boards Between Domains 7-26 Check Your Progress 7-30 Sun Fire™ 15K Server Administration Copyright 2001 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Enterprise Services, Revision A x Sun Educational Services Sun Management Center™ 3.0 on the Sun Fire™ 15K Server 8-1 Objectives 8-2 Relevance 8-3 Introducing Sun Management Center 3.0 8-4 Sun MC Capabilities 8-5 How Sun MC Works on Sun Fire 15K Server 8-6 Sun MC Sun Fire 15K Server Agents 8-7 Installing Sun MC Software 8-9 Required Software Versions 8-10 Network Port Configuration 8-11 Groups and Security 8-12 Sun MC Groups 8-13 Sun Fire 15K Topology Composites 8-15 Sun Fire 15K Server Composite Example 8-17 Detailed View 8-18 Managing the Platform From Sun MC 8-19 Config Reader Module 8-20 Sun Fire 15K Platform Details Window 8-21 Info Tab Properties 8-22 Browser Tab Window 8-23 Alarm Tab View 8-24 Hardware Summary View 8-25 Environmental Status 8-26 Hardware Configuration Physical View 8-27 Component Details 8-28 Platform Logical View 8-29 Domain Logical View 8-30 Platform/Domain State Management (PDSM) 8-31 PSDM Platform/Domain View 8-32 PDSM Detailed Platform View 8-33 Sun Fire™ 15K Server Administration Copyright 2001 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Enterprise Services, Revision A xi Sun Educational Services PDSM View of Power Supplies and Fan Trays 8-34 SMS Commands Supported by PDSM 8-35 Platform Administration 8-36 Domain Administration 8-37 PDSM Board Command Menu 8-38 Powering On and Powering Off a Board 8-40 Dynamic Reconfiguration 8-41 Other Domain Administration Commands 8-43 Check Your Progress 8-44 Troubleshooting Sun Fire™ 15K Servers 9-1 Objectives 9-2 Relevance 9-3 Diagnostic Programs 9-4 The POST Process 9-5 The hpost Test 9-6 Blacklist and Redlist Files 9-7 The blacklist File 9-8 The redlist File 9-9 Automatic System Reconfiguration (ASR) 9-10 Identifying an ASR Event 9-11 Isolating Centerplane Problems 9-12 System Controller Failover 9-19 How System Controller Failover Works 9-20 File Propagation 9-21 Failover Triggering Faults 9-22 Failover Disabling Faults 9-23 Detailed Failover Scenarios 9-25 System Controller Failover Commands 9-35 The showfailover Command 9-36 Sun Fire™ 15K Server Administration Copyright 2001 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Enterprise Services, Revision A xii Sun Educational Services The showcmdsync Command 9-41 The setfailover Command 9-42 Forcing System Controller Failover 9-43 System Failures Requiring Specific Handling 9-44 Reboot Request 9-45 System Panic 9-46 Watchdog, Redmode, and XIR Resets 9-47 Forcing a Domain Reset 9-49 Recovering From a Hung Domain 9-51 Hung System Controller Console 9-52 Heartbeat Failure (Hung Host) 9-53 Manual Intervention With a Hung Host 9-54 Domainstops and Recordstops 9-56 Creating a Hardware State Dump File 9-57 Sun Explorer 9-59 Technical Information for Escalation 9-63 Check Your Progress 9-66 Sun Fire™ 15K Server Administration Copyright 2001 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Enterprise Services, Revision A xiii [...]... availability, and serviceability (RAS) features of the Sun Fire 15K server Sun Fire™ 15K Server Administration Copyright 2001 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Enterprise Services, Revision A Module 1, slide 20 of 20 Sun Educational Services Module 2 Sun Fire™ 15K Server Architecture Sun Fire™ 15K Server Administration Sun Educational Services Objectives • Describe the Sun Fire™ 15K server architecture... Sun Fire™ 3800 Server Sun Fire™ 48x0 Server Sun Fire 4810 Server Sun Fire™ 6800 Server Sun Fire 15K Server 6 8 per PCI, 4 per cPCI 4 12 16 32 72 2 3 6 6 100–120 or 220– 220–240 VAC 240 VAC 2 Yes No Yes Rack- Desk- Rackmount side or mount rackmount Yes Sun Fire™ 6800 cabinet Sun Fire™ 15K Server Administration Copyright 2001 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Enterprise Services, Revision A Sun. . .Sun Educational Services Module 1 Introducing the Sun Fire™ 15K Server Sun Fire™ 15K Server Administration Sun Educational Services Objectives • List the functional goals of the Sun Fire™ 15K server • Describe how the Sun Fire 15K compares with the other Sun Fire™ servers and their predecessors • Describe the key features of the Sun Fire 15K server • Describe some of the... members of the Sun Fire family? Sun Fire™ 15K Server Administration Copyright 2001 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Enterprise Services, Revision A Module 1, slide 3 of 20 Sun Educational Services Introducing the Sun Fire™ 15K Server Sun Fire™ 15K Server Administration Copyright 2001 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Enterprise Services, Revision A Module 1, slide 4 of 20 Sun Educational... availability, and serviceability (RAS) features of the Sun Fire 15K server Sun Fire™ 15K Server Administration Copyright 2001 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Enterprise Services, Revision A Module 1, slide 2 of 20 Sun Educational Services Relevance • Which Sun Fire server models are available? • What are the key features of the Sun Fire 15K server? • How does the Sun Fire 15K server differ... security Sun Fire™ 15K Server Administration Copyright 2001 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Enterprise Services, Revision A Module 1, slide 19 of 20 Sun Educational Services Check Your Progress • List the functional goals of the Sun Fire 15K server • Describe how the Sun Fire 15K compares with the other Sun Fire servers and their predecessors • Describe the key features of the Sun Fire 15K server. .. Rights Reserved Enterprise Services, Revision A Sun Fire 15K cabinet No Module 1, slide 9 of 20 Sun Educational Services Sun Fire™ 3800 Server Sun Fire™ 48x0 Server Sun Fire 4810 Server Sun Fire™ 6800 Server Sun Fire 15K Server * The additional processors are provided through the MaxCPU board The MaxCPU board installs in place of an I/O board and provides two additional CPUs (but no additional memory)... 65" Sun Fire 15K cabinet 18 CPU/memory boards 18 I/O boards Module 1, slide 7 of 20 Sun Educational Services System Configurations CPU/memory boards Processors Number of DIMMs Memory capacity (with 1-Gbyte DIMMs) Centerplane Repeater boards Expander boards Domains I/O boards (assemblies) PCI assembly types Sun Fire™ 3800 Server Sun Fire™ 48x0 Server 2 Sun Fire 4810 Server Sun Fire™ 6800 Server Sun. .. Educational Services Generation Scaling Sun Enterprise™ family Sun Fire™ Family 64 processors E10000 Sun Fire™ 15K 72 processors ~24 processors E6500 Sun Fire™ 6800 24 processors ~12 processors E4500/5500 Sun Fire™ 48x0 12 processors ~8 processors E3500 Sun Fire™ 3800 8 processors UltraSPARC™ I/II processor UPA interconnect Sun Fire™ 15K Server Administration Copyright 2001 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights... field-replaceable units (FRUs) by location and function • Power on and power off the Sun Fire 15K platform Sun Fire™ 15K Server Administration Copyright 2001 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Enterprise Services, Revision A Module 2, slide 2 of 55 Sun Educational Services Relevance • How does the Sun Fire 15K server differ from the other Sun Fire family members? • Which components comprise the Sun
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