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SunU Sun Fire™ High-End Server Maintenance and Administration IES-421 Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ High-End Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc., 4150 Network Circle, Santa Clara, California 95054, 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, Sun StorEdge, SunVTS, Sun Fire, SunSolve, and SunSolve Online are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc in the U.S and other countries All SPARC trademarks are used under license and are trademarks or registered trademarks of SPARC International, Inc in 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est une marques déposée aux Etats-Unis et dans d’autres pays et licenciée exclusivement par X/Open Company, Ltd 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 SunU Preface About This Course Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ High-End Server Maintenance and Administration SunU Course Goals Upon completion of this course, you should be able to: • Remove and install most Sun Fire™ high-end server (HES) field-replaceable units (FRUs) • Configure the Sun Fire HES server platform and domains • Perform platform administration activities on the Sun Fire HES • Perform dynamic reconfiguration operations on the Sun Fire HES domains Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ High-End Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision E Preface, slide v of xii SunU Course Goals • Use available Solaris™ Operating System (Solaris OS) and platform-specific tools to troubleshoot the Sun Fire HES • Identify and administer Capacity-on-Demand (COD) systems Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ High-End Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision E Preface, slide vi of xii SunU Course Map Sun Fire Server Review and Installation Sun Fire HES Product and Architecture Review and Assessment Installing Sun Fire High-End Servers Sun Fire HES Configuration Managing the Sun Fire HES System Controller Networks and Software Configuring the Sun Fire HES Platform Configuring Sun Fire HES Domains Sun Fire HES Administration and Troubleshooting Exploring Dynamic Reconfiguration Exploring Sun Fire HES Capacity-on-Demand Version 2.0 Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ High-End Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision E Troubleshooting Sun Fire HES Preface, slide vii of xii SunU Topics Not Covered • Solaris OS administration – Covered in SA-118: Fundamentals of Solaris™ Operating Environment for System Administrators • Storage administration – Covered in ES-255: Sun™ Hardware RAID and T3 Storage System Administration • Sun Fire 3800, Sun Fire 4800, Sun Fire 4810, and Sun Fire 6800 server administration – Covered in ES-420: Sun Fire™ Workgroup/Enterprise Server Administration This course does not cover advanced architecture theory Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ High-End Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision E Preface, slide viii of xii SunU Icons Additional resources ! URL Resources Discussion ? Power user Note Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ High-End Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision E Preface, slide ix of xii SunU Icons Caution Caution – Electrical Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ High-End Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision E Preface, slide x of xii SunU Reviewing Technical Information for Escalation Problem-Specific Information Needed Provide problem-specific information: • Indicate the type of problem • Indicate the severity of the problem • List all recent system changes Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ High-End Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision E Module 8, slide 82 of 85 SunU Reviewing Technical Information for Escalation Problem-Specific Information Needed • Provide all relevant system controller-resident file information from: • /var/adm/messages • $SMSVAR/adm/domain_ID/messages • $SMSVAR/adm/platform/messages • $SMSVAR/adm/domain_ID/post logs Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ High-End Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision E Module 8, slide 83 of 85 SunU Reviewing Technical Information for Escalation Problem-Specific Information Needed • 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 Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ High-End Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision E Module 8, slide 84 of 85 SunU Reviewing Technical Information for Escalation Problem-Specific Information Needed • 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 HES host domain in the /var/crash/domain_name file Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ High-End Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision E Module 8, slide 85 of 85 Course Contents About This Course Preface-iv Course Goals Preface-v Course Map Preface-vii Topics Not Covered Preface-viii Icons Preface-ix Typographical Conventions Preface-xi Sun Fire™ High-End Server Product and Architecture Review and Assessment 1-1 Objectives 1-2 Reviewing Sun Fire HES 1-3 Sun Fire HES 1-4 Self-Assessment Review 1-5 Product Review 1-6 Terminology 1-7 Reviewing the System Controllers 1-8 Sun Fire 15K Server System Interconnect 1-9 Understanding Memory Coherency 1-10 Interconnect Levels 1-11 Address Interconnect Levels 1-12 Data Interconnect Levels 1-13 Installing Sun Fire High-End Servers 2-1 Objectives 2-2 Relevance 2-3 Architecture Overview Hardware Layer 2-4 Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ High-End Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision E i SunU Understanding Enterprise Installation Services Methodology 2-5 Understanding the EISdoc Tool 2-6 Goals of the EISdoc Tool 2-7 EISdoc Resources 2-9 Using the EIS Installation and Patch CD-ROM 2-10 Major System Components 2-14 Sun Fire HES Board Sets 2-15 Exploring System Boards 2-16 Sun Fire HES System Board 2-17 CPU and Memory Locations 2-25 System Board LEDs 2-26 Exploring Sun Fire HES I/O Support 2-27 hsPCI I/O Assembly Slot Assignments 2-28 hsPCI I/O Assembly Status LEDs 2-29 MaxCPU Board LED Indicators 2-30 Sun Fire Link Board LED Indicators 2-31 System Expander Board 2-32 Exploring the System Controller 2-33 System Controller Components 2-36 System Controller Faceplate 2-37 CP2140 System Controller Faceplate 2-38 System Control Board LED Locations 2-39 System Controller Peripheral Board LEDs 2-40 Sun Fireplane Interconnect Centerplane (Rear View) 2-41 Power Centerplane 2-42 Fan Backplane 2-43 Expander Board and Carrier Plate 2-44 Specifications (Sun Fire 15K and 12K Servers Only) 2-45 Sun Fire 15K Server Power Usage 2-47 Sun Fire 12K Server Power Requirements 2-48 Power Distribution 2-49 Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ High-End Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision E ii SunU Power Supplies 2-50 Power Supply LEDs 2-51 Installing Power Cables 2-52 Powering On the Sun Fire HES 2-54 Powering Off the Sun Fire HES 2-56 Processor Cabinet Cooling 2-57 New Fan Tray 2-58 FrameManager Cable Diagram 2-59 FrameManager Front Panel 2-60 System Component Locations—Front 2-61 System Component Locations—Back 2-62 Managing the Sun Fire HES System Controller Networks and Software 3-1 Objectives 3-2 Relevance 3-3 System Controller Environment 3-4 SC Ethernet Chip Locations 3-5 SC Ethernet Chip Locations With CP2140 3-6 Management Networks (MANs) 3-7 Management Networks for CP1500 3-8 Management Networks for CP2140 3-9 C Network Interfaces for CP1500 3-10 C Network Interfaces for CP2140 3-11 Domain Network Console 3-12 I2 Network 3-13 Console Bus Communication Path 3-14 Exploring System Controller Software 3-15 SMS Capabilities 3-16 SMS Startup 3-21 Message Logging Daemon 3-22 Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ High-End Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision E iii SunU SMS Startup Daemon 3-23 SMS Startup Daemon Scripts 3-24 Hardware Access Daemon 3-26 Management Network Daemon 3-27 FRU Access Daemon 3-28 Failover Management Daemon 3-29 Platform Configuration Database Daemon 3-30 Task Management Daemon 3-31 Domain Status Monitoring Daemon 3-32 Environmental Status Monitoring Daemon 3-33 OpenBoot™ PROM Support Daemon 3-34 Key Management Daemon 3-35 Fields of the kmdpolicy.cf File 3-36 Domain X Server 3-37 Domain Configuration Administration Server 3-38 SMS Environment Variables 3-39 The /etc/opt/SUNWSMS Directory 3-41 SMS Software Packages in Order of Installation 3-42 Installing the SMS Software Packages Using the smsinstall Command 3-44 Installing the SMS Software Packages Using the smsupgrade Command 3-49 Upgrading SMS Versions 3-55 Configuring the System Controller 3-57 Changing the Configuration During the Initial Startup 3-58 Management Network Overview 3-59 Addresses for C Network 3-60 The smsconfig Script 3-61 The MAN.cf Configuration File 3-62 The smsconfig Script Syntax 3-64 The smsconfig Script Example 3-65 Securing the Sun Fire HES System Controller 3-73 Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ High-End Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision E iv SunU Configuring the Sun Fire HES Platform 4-1 Objectives 4-2 Relevance 4-3 System Controller Environment 4-4 Sun Fire HES Administrative Privileges 4-5 Managing Administration Groups 4-6 Adding Administrators 4-7 Platform Administrator Tasks 4-8 Platform Operator Tasks 4-9 Platform Service Tasks 4-10 Domain Administrator Tasks 4-11 Domain Configuration Group 4-12 Superuser Privileges 4-13 Platform Administration Tasks 4-14 Exploring the Available Component List 4-15 The setupplatform Command 4-16 The setcsn Command 4-18 Displaying Platform Configuration 4-19 The smsversion Command 4-20 The showplatform Command 4-21 The showboards Command 4-29 Monitoring Platform Environmentals and Status 4-33 The showenvironment Command 4-34 The showlogs Command 4-35 The setdate Command 4-36 Displaying the Date and Time 4-37 The setdefaults Command 4-38 Powering Platform Components On and Off 4-39 The poweron Command 4-40 The poweroff Command 4-41 Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ High-End Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision E v SunU Updating the Firmware 4-42 The flashupdate Command 4-43 Backing Up and Restoring the SMS Environment 4-44 The smsbackup Command 4-45 The smsrestore Command 4-46 Re-Initializing the System Controller 4-47 The resetsc Command 4-48 Exploring System Controller Failover 4-49 How System Controller Failover Works 4-50 Main SC Role During Startup 4-53 Spare SC Role During Startup 4-54 File Propagation 4-55 The setdatasync Command 4-56 Failover Triggering Faults 4-57 Failover Disabling Faults 4-58 Exploring Detailed Failover Scenarios 4-59 Using System Controller Failover Commands 4-69 The showfailover Command 4-70 The setfailover Command 4-74 Forcing System Controller Failover 4-75 Configuring Sun Fire HES Domains 5-1 Objectives 5-2 Relevance 5-4 OpenBoot PROM and Solaris OS 5-5 Exploring Sun Fire HES Domains 5-6 Domain Configuration 5-7 Domain Configuration Unit 5-8 Domain Configuration Requirements 5-9 Configuring Static Domains 5-10 Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ High-End Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision E vi SunU The addtag Command 5-11 The deletetag Command 5-12 The addboard Command 5-13 The deleteboard Command 5-14 The moveboard Command 5-15 The setobpparams Command 5-16 Domain Configuration Example 5-17 Virtual Keyswitch 5-25 The setkeyswitch Command 5-26 Keyswitch Transitions 5-27 Displaying the Virtual Keyswitch Setting in a Domain 5-28 The hpost Utility 5-29 Accessing the Domain Console 5-30 The console Command 5-31 Displaying the Domain Devices 5-32 Resetting the Domain 5-37 OpenBoot PROM Device Tree 5-38 Sun Fire Server Physical Device Mapping 5-43 Decoding CPU and Memory Locations 5-44 Decoding I/O Card Locations 5-45 I/O Board Bus Assignments 5-49 Sun Fire HES Server on the Solaris OS 5-50 Configuring the Solaris OS in a New Domain 5-51 System Controller Domain Log Files 5-52 Exploring Dynamic Reconfiguration 6-1 Objectives 6-2 Relevance 6-3 Introducing Dynamic Reconfiguration 6-4 Benefits of DR 6-5 Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ High-End Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision E vii SunU DR Operational Locations 6-6 Domains A and B Before Reconfiguration 6-7 DR attach Operation 6-9 DR detach Operation 6-10 I/O Board Considerations 6-11 System Memory Considerations 6-12 CPU Considerations 6-13 Performing DR From the System Controller 6-14 The addboard Command 6-15 The deleteboard Command 6-16 The moveboard Command 6-17 Using the rcfgadm Utility 6-18 The rcfgadm Command Syntax 6-19 Standard View 6-20 Decoding an I/O Board Attachment Point 6-21 Detailed View 6-22 Replacing a System Board or MaxCPU Board 6-24 Replacing an I/O Board or a Card 6-26 DR Process With VERITAS DMP 6-28 Replacing an I/O Card Under DMP Control 6-32 Moving Physical Resources Between Domains 6-33 Using Reconfiguration Coordination Manager (RCM) 6-37 RCM Functional Diagram 6-38 Exploring Sun Fire HES Capacity-on-Demand Version 2.0 7-1 Objectives 7-2 Relevance 7-3 Exploring COD Version 2.0 7-4 Identifying COD Systems 7-5 Managing COD RTU Licenses 7-6 Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ High-End Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision E viii SunU How COD Allocates Resources 7-7 Identifying COD SMS Commands 7-8 Managing the codd Daemon on the Sun Fire HES SC 7-10 Exploring codd Clients 7-12 Installing and Removing a COD RTU License Key to and From the COD License Database 7-14 The setupplatform Command 7-16 The showplatform Command 7-17 Monitoring COD Resources 7-18 The showboards -v Command 7-19 The showcodusage Command 7-20 Identifying COD-Disabled CPUs 7-23 Identifying Other Useful Commands 7-24 Servicing COD V2.0 FRUs 7-25 Replacing a CPU/Memory Board in a COD System 7-26 COD Label on the Sun Fire Server CPU/Memory Board 7-27 Converting a Non-COD CPU/Memory Board 7-28 The enablecodboard Command 7-29 Troubleshooting Sun Fire HES 8-1 Objectives 8-2 Relevance 8-3 Diagnostic Programs 8-4 Examining the POST Process 8-5 Using the hpost Test 8-7 Using the blacklist Files 8-8 Using Automatic System Reconfiguration (ASR) 8-11 Identifying an ASR Event 8-12 Isolating Centerplane Problems 8-13 Centerplane Fault Isolation Example 8-14 Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ High-End Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision E ix SunU System Failures Requiring Specific Handling 8-22 Reboot Request 8-23 System Panic 8-24 Watchdog, Redmode, and XIR Resets 8-25 Forcing a Domain Reset 8-27 Recovering From a Hung Domain 8-29 Heartbeat Failure (Hung Host) 8-30 Manual Intervention With a Hung Host 8-31 Hung System Controller Console 8-33 Domainstops and Recordstops 8-34 Creating a Hardware State Dump File 8-35 Viewing Error Messages 8-37 The smshelp Browser 8-38 Table of Contents Window 8-39 Types of Errors 8-40 Error Categories 8-41 Using the redx Utility 8-46 Modes of Operation 8-47 Configuring the redx Utility 8-48 Configuring the Offline redx Standalone Script 8-50 Verifying the redx Utility in Offline Mode From the System Controller 8-51 Running the redx Utility in Offline Modes 8-52 Running the redx Utility From a Workstation 8-53 Running the redx Utility From a System Controller 8-54 Example of the redx Command 8-56 Viewing a Loaded Dump File 8-57 The wfail Operation 8-58 The wfail Command 8-60 Auto-Diagnosis Engines and CHS 8-64 Component Health Status 8-65 Event Framework 8-66 Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ High-End Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision E x SunU SMS Diagnostic Engine 8-67 POST Test Failure 8-68 Solaris OS Diagnostic Engine 8-69 Displaying and Setting the CHS 8-70 The setchs Command 8-75 Automatic Email Event Notification 8-76 Using Sun Explorer Data Collector Software 8-77 Reviewing Technical Information for Escalation 8-81 Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ High-End Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision E xi [...]... High-End Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision E Preface, slide xii of xii SunU Module 1 Sun Fire™ High-End Server Product and Architecture Review and Assessment Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ High-End Server Maintenance and Administration SunU Objectives Describe the Sun Fire HES products and architecture Sun Proprietary:... Fire™ High-End Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision E Board set "GB/s" numbers are peak bandwidths at each part of the interconnect 0.8 GB/s each way Module 1, slide 13 of 13 SunU Module 2 Installing Sun Fire High-End Servers Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ High-End Server Maintenance and Administration SunU Objectives... Fire™ High-End Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision E Module 1, slide 4 of 13 SunU Self-Assessment Review • Review your knowledge now or later, as instructed by your instructor • Review the prerequisite tech-talk, if needed Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ High-End Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun. .. the student as part of an activity Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ High-End Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision E Preface, slide xi of xii SunU Typographical Conventions • Palatino italic is used for book titles, new words or terms, or words that are emphasized Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ High-End Server. .. SunU, Revision E Module 1, slide 5 of 13 SunU Product Review • Cabinet with up to nine board sets on each side • System controller (SC) board set on each side • Products • Sun Fire 15K/12K server • Sun Fire E25K/E20K server Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ High-End Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision E Module 1, slide. .. Create and manage domains on the HES • Perform dynamic reconfiguration • Perform basic troubleshooting using both manual and automatic diagnosis techniques Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ High-End Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision E Module 1, slide 3 of 13 SunU Sun Fire HES Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™. .. documents on a central server • Support for search of document archives on a central server • Support for check-out and check-in work flow of documents in the archive on the central server Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ High-End Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision E Module 2, slide 7 of 62 SunU Goals of the EISdoc... Sun Fire™ High-End Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision E Module 2, slide 5 of 62 SunU Understanding the EISdoc Tool The EISdoc tool lets you create, archive, search, retrieve, edit, and print documents using web-based templates and forms The pre-defined templates include document custom-tailoring, such as fill-in forms and check... web browser or an ASCII text format Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ High-End Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision E Module 2, slide 6 of 62 SunU Goals of the EISdoc Tool • A supportable tool for documentation • An easy-to-use tool whose operation is self-evident and based on well-known web idioms • A flexible tool... architecture Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ High-End Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision E Module 1, slide 2 of 13 SunU Reviewing Sun Fire HES This course is designed to provide you with the information to: • Remove and replace FRUs on the high-end servers • Install and configure the System Management Services (SMS)
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