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Sun Services Sun Fire™ Midrange Server Maintenance SM-340 Sun Fire™ Midrange Server Maintenance edited 02/08 by LG 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, Java, Netra, OpenBoot, Solaris, Sun Enterprise, Sun Fire, Sun HPC Cluster Tools, Sun Java, and Sun StorEdge 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 the U.S and other countries Products bearing SPARC trademarks are based upon an architecture developed by Sun Microsystems, Inc UNIX is a registered trademark in the U.S and other countries, exclusively licensed through X/Open Company, Ltd U.S Government approval might be required when exporting the product RESTRICTED RIGHTS: Use, duplication, or disclosure by the U.S Government is subject to restrictions of FAR 52.227-14(g)(2)(6/87) and FAR 52.227-19(6/87), or DFAR 252.227-7015 (b)(6/95) and DFAR 227.7202-3(a) DOCUMENTATION IS PROVIDED “AS IS” AND ALL EXPRESS OR IMPLIED CONDITIONS, REPRESENTATIONS, AND WARRANTIES, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR NON-INFRINGEMENT, ARE DISCLAIMED, EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT THAT SUCH DISCLAIMERS ARE HELD TO BE LEGALLY INVALID THIS MANUAL IS DESIGNED TO SUPPORT AN INSTRUCTOR-LED TRAINING (ILT) COURSE AND IS INTENDED TO BE USED FOR REFERENCE PURPOSES IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE ILT COURSE THE MANUAL IS NOT A STANDALONE TRAINING TOOL USE OF THE MANUAL FOR SELF-STUDY WITHOUT CLASS ATTENDANCE IS NOT RECOMMENDED Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems Inc 4150 Network Circle, Santa Clara, California 95054, Etats-Unis Tous droits réservés Ce produit ou document est protégé par un copyright et distribué avec des licences qui en restreignent l’utilisation, la copie, la distribution, et la décompilation Aucune partie de ce produit ou document ne peut être reproduite sous aucune forme, par quelque moyen que ce soit, sans l’autorisation préalable et écrite de Sun et de ses bailleurs de licence, s’il y en a Le logiciel détenu par des tiers, et qui comprend la technologie relative aux polices de caractères, est protégé par un copyright et licencié par des fournisseurs de Sun Sun, Sun Microsystems, le logo Sun, Java, Netra, OpenBoot, Solaris, Sun Enterprise, Sun Fire, Sun HPC Cluster Tools, Sun Java, et Sun StorEdge sont des marques de fabrique ou des marques déposées de Sun Microsystems, Inc aux Etats-Unis et dans d’autres pays Toutes les marques SPARC sont utilisées sous licence sont des marques de fabrique ou des marques déposées de SPARC International, Inc aux Etats-Unis et dans d’autres pays Les produits portant les marques SPARC sont basés sur une architecture développée par Sun Microsystems, Inc UNIX 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 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 Course Contents About This Course Preface-xiv Course Goals Preface-xv Course Map .Preface-xvii Topics Not Covered Preface-xviii How Prepared Are You? Preface-xix Introductions Preface-xx Icons Preface-xxi Typographical Conventions Preface-xxii Additional Conventions Preface-xxiv Introducing the Sun Fire™ Midrange Servers 1-1 Objectives 1-2 Relevance 1-3 Sun Fire Midrange Server Product Goals 1-4 Finding Sun Fire Midrange Server Information 1-8 Sun Fire Midrange Server Models 1-9 Sun Fire V1280/E2900 Server 1-10 Sun Fire 3800 Server 1-11 Sun Fire 4800/E4900 Server 1-12 Sun Fire 4810 Server 1-13 Sun Fire 6800/E6900 Server 1-14 Sun Fire E7900 Server Cluster Interconnect 1-15 Sun Fire Midrange Server I/O Support 1-16 Sun Fire Midrange Server Features 1-17 System Controllers 1-18 Platform Segmentation and Dynamic System Domains 1-19 Sun Fire™ Midrange Server Maintenance Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Sun Services, Revision C iv Sun Services Multipathed I/O 1-20 Dynamic Reconfiguration (DR) 1-21 Platform Startup and Shutdown 1-22 Field-Replaceable Units 2-1 Objectives 2-2 Relevance 2-4 Administrative and Service Overview 2-5 Sun Fire System Field-Replaceable Units 2-7 FRU Administration 2-11 Sun Fire V1280/E2900 Server IB System Controller Board 2-14 Sun Fire Midrange Server System Controller Board 2-15 System Controller Physical Locations 2-17 Sun Fire V1280/E2900 Server IB_SSC SC Board Faceplate 2-22 Sun Fire Midrange Server System Controller Board Faceplate 2-23 Sun Fire Midrange Server SC Board LED Definitions 2-24 Sun Fire V1280/E2900 Server System Boards 2-25 Sun Fire 3800, 4800/E4900, 4810, and 6800/E6900 Server System Boards 2-27 Memory Configuration Rules 2-28 CPU and Memory Locations 2-29 Processor Memory Group Bank Assignments 2-30 Sun Fire V1280/E2900 Server System Board Slot Assignments 2-31 Sun Fire 3800 System Board Slot Assignments 2-32 Sun Fire 4810 and 4800/E4900 Server System Board Assignments 2-33 Sun Fire 6800/E6900 Server System Board Slot Assignments 2-34 System Board LEDs 2-35 Sun Fire Midrange I/O Assemblies 2-36 Sun Fire V1280/E2900 Server Six-Slot PCI IB_SSC Assembly 2-37 Sun Fire 4800/E4900, 4810, and 6800/E6900 Server Four-Slot cPCI I/O Assembly 2-38 Sun Fire 3800 Server Six-Slot cPCI I/O Assembly 2-39 Sun Fire™ Midrange Server Maintenance Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Sun Services, Revision C v Sun Services Sun Fire 4800/E4900, 4810, and 6800/E6900 Server Eight-Slot PCI I/O Assembly 2-40 Sun Fire V1280/E2900 Server I/O Assembly Location 2-41 Sun Fire 3800 Server I/O Assembly Locations 2-42 Sun Fire 4800/E4900 Server I/O Assembly Locations 2-43 Sun Fire 4810 Server I/O Assembly Locations 2-44 Sun Fire 6800/E6900 Server I/O Assembly Locations 2-45 Eight-Slot PCI I/O Assembly Slot Locations and LEDs 2-46 Eight-Slot Assembly Electrical Characteristics 2-47 Six-Slot cPCI I/O Assembly Slot Locations and LEDs 2-48 Six-Slot cPCI I/O Slot Electrical Characteristics 2-49 Four-Slot cPCI I/O Assembly Slot Locations and LEDs 2-50 Four-Slot cPCI I/O Slot Electrical Characteristics 2-51 PCI and cPCI I/O Adapters 2-52 Sun Fire V1280/E2900 Server Sun Fireplane Switchboard 2-54 Sun Fire 4800/E4900, 4810, and 6800/E6900 Server Sun Fireplane Switchboard 2-55 Sun Fireplane Switchboard Physical Locations 2-56 Sun Fireplane Switchboard LEDs 2-58 Sun Fire V1280/E2900 Server Baseplane 2-59 System Configuration Card Reader (SCCR) 2-60 Sun Fire 6800/E6900 Server Centerplane and ID Board (Front View) 2-61 Sun Fire 6800/E6900 Server Centerplane and ID Board (Rear View) 2-62 ID Board 2-63 Replacing a Centerplane or ID Board 2-65 ID Board MAC Addresses 2-66 AC Power Distribution 2-67 Sun Fire 4810 and 4800/E4900 Server AC Component Locations 2-69 Sun Fire 6800/E6900 Server AC Component Locations 2-70 RTU and RTS 2-71 Redundant Transfer Unit Panel 2-72 Redundant Transfer Unit LED Functions 2-73 AC Input Box 2-74 Sun Fire™ Midrange Server Maintenance Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Sun Services, Revision C vi Sun Services DC Power Distribution 2-75 Sun Fire V1280/E2900 Server DC Power Distribution 2-76 Sun Fire 3800 Server DC Power Distribution 2-77 Sun Fire 4800/E4900 Server DC Power Distribution 2-78 Sun Fire 4810 Server DC Power Distribution 2-79 Sun Fire 6800/E6900 Server DC Power Distribution 2-80 Power Grid Slot Assignments 2-81 DC Power Supplies 2-82 DC Power Supply Locations 2-83 Sun Fire Midrange Server Fan Trays and Blower Assemblies 2-88 Fan Tray Locations 2-89 Fan Tray Assembly LEDs 2-94 FrameManager Cable Diagram 2-95 FrameManager Cap Front Panel 2-96 Sun StorEdge™ D240 Media Tray 2-97 Sun StorEdge D240 Media Tray Rear Panel 2-98 Full-Bus Configuration SCSI ID Assignments 2-99 Full SCSI Bus Configuration Options 2-100 Split SCSI Bus 2-101 Typical Split SCSI Bus SCSI ID Assignments 2-102 Sun StorEdge D240 Media Tray Status LEDs 2-103 Media Tray Status LED Descriptions 2-104 Media Tray Power Supply LEDs 2-105 Media Tray Power Supply LED States 2-106 Installing the Administration Console 2-107 System Controller Patch Panel 2-108 Accessing the Platform Shell 2-109 Sun Fire Midrange Server Installation 2-110 Rackmounting an Additional Sun Fire 3800 and 4800/E4900 Server 2-111 Sun Fire™ Midrange Server Maintenance Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Sun Services, Revision C vii Sun Services Platform Assessment and Management 3-1 Objectives 3-2 Relevance 3-6 Sun Fire V1280/E2900 Server Platform Assessment and Management 3-7 Lights-Out Management (LOM) 3-8 LOM Shell 3-9 LOM Shell Commands 3-10 The help Command 3-11 Connecting to the LOM Shell 3-12 The shownetwork Command 3-13 The setupnetwork Command 3-14 The logout Command 3-15 Navigating Between Shell Environments on the Sun Fire V1280/E2900 Server 3-16 The showescape Command 3-17 The password Command 3-18 The showsc Command 3-19 The setupsc command 3-20 Managing the LOM Time-of-Day (TOD) 3-22 The bootmode Command 3-23 LOM Platform Monitoring Functions 3-24 The showboards Command 3-25 The showcomponent Command 3-31 The inventory Command 3-34 The showenvironment Command 3-35 The history Command 3-36 The showlogs Command 3-37 The showlocator Command 3-38 Sun Fire V1280/E2900 Server Power Operations 3-39 LOM poweron Command 3-40 LOM shutdown Command 3-41 Sun Fire™ Midrange Server Maintenance Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Sun Services, Revision C viii Sun Services LOM poweroff Command 3-42 Power-Cycling the Sun Fire V1280/E2900 Server Using the Power Rocker Switch 3-43 Power-Cycle Operations 3-45 Sun Fire 3800, 4800/E4900, 4810, and 6800/E6900 Server Platform Assessment and Management 3-46 Platform Shell Commands 3-47 The help Command 3-48 Connecting to the System Controller Shells 3-49 Initiate a Remote Connection With SSH 3-50 Initiate a Remote Connection With Telnet 3-51 Navigating Between Shells on the Sun Fire 3800, 4800/E4900, 4810, and 6800/E6900 Servers 3-52 Managing Shell Passwords 3-53 Console Command Considerations 3-54 Platform and System Controller Configuration 3-56 Configuring the Platform TOD 3-59 Viewing System Controller Details 3-60 Viewing the SC Message Logs 3-61 Viewing System Controller Connections 3-62 Viewing System Controller Command History 3-63 System Controller Management 3-64 System Controller Configuration 3-65 Rebooting the System Controller 3-66 System Controller Failover 3-69 System Controller Failover Prerequisites 3-70 Failover 3-71 Controlling System Controller Failover Behavior 3-72 Determining the System Controller Failover State 3-76 Platform Assessment 3-77 Assessing the Platform Configuration 3-78 The showplatform Command 3-79 Sun Fire™ Midrange Server Maintenance Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Sun Services, Revision C ix Sun Services Viewing Platform Component Status 3-84 The showboards Command 3-85 Viewing Platform Component Details 3-91 The showcomponent Command 3-92 Powering On and Off System Components 3-95 Updating the Platform Firmware 3-96 Using the Root or a User Account to Flash Update the System 3-97 Introducing Segments and Domains 3-99 Segments 3-100 Domains 3-101 Sun Fire 6800/E6900 Servers Configured With Four Domains 3-102 Server Configuration Domain IDs 3-103 Segment and Domain Configurations 3-105 Domain Access Control List (ACL) 3-107 Configuring ACLs 3-108 Viewing ACLs 3-109 Starting, Stopping, and Power-Cycling Domains 3-110 Introducing Device Configuration 3-111 OpenBoot PROM Capabilities 3-113 Device Tree 3-115 Sun Fire V1280/E2900 Server Device Tree Components 3-116 Sun Fire 3800, 4800/E4900, 4810, and 6800/E6900 Server Device Tree Components 3-117 Mapping Node Devices 3-118 CPU and Memory AID Assignments 3-121 Mapping I/O Devices 3-122 Decoding IOC AID 3-124 IOC AID Assignments 3-126 IOC PCI Bus Offset 3-127 Device Number 3-128 Sun Fire V1280/E2900 Server Six-Slot PCI Chassis 3-129 Sun Fire 4800/E4900, 4810, and 6800/E6900 Server Eight-Slot PCI Chassis 3-130 Sun Fire™ Midrange Server Maintenance Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Sun Services, Revision C x Sun Services Blacklisting Components Component Component Name System boards SB0, SB1, SB2, SB3, SB4, and SB5 Ports on the system board or I/O assembly P0, P1, P2, and P3 Memory banks on system boards B0 and B1 I/O assemblies IB6, IB7, IB8, and IB9 Ports on the I/O assembly P0 (C0, C1, C2, and C3) P1 (C4, C5, C6, and C7) I/O cards in the I/O assemblies C0, C1, C2, C3, C4, C5, C6, and C7 Sun Fire™ Midrange Server Maintenance Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Sun Services, Revision C Module 4, slide 100 of 114 Sun Services Managing the Blacklist on Sun Fire V1280/E2900 Server There are three system controller commands for blacklisting: • disablecomponent • enablecomponent • showcomponent Sun Fire™ Midrange Server Maintenance Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Sun Services, Revision C Module 4, slide 101 of 114 Sun Services The setls Command To enable a board that has been disabled by the setls command: schostname:A> setls -s enable -l sb0 Sun Fire™ Midrange Server Maintenance Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Sun Services, Revision C Module 4, slide 102 of 114 Sun Services Domain Shell Operating Messages When an active domain encounters a system error, the following occurs: • The domain is paused • The domain is rebooted • Depends on the setting of the reboot-on-error flag, which is set by the setupdomain command • True • False Sun Fire™ Midrange Server Maintenance Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Sun Services, Revision C Module 4, slide 103 of 114 Sun Services Domain Shell Operating Messages Following is an example domain system error message: Thu Oct 05 05:22:49 PDT 2000: Domain A has a SYSTEM ERROR Oct 05 05:22:50 r24-13a Chassis-Port.SC: /partition0/RP3/dx1: >>> Safari Port Error Status 2[0x21] : 0x2000a000 AccSafPar [29:29] : 0x1 FirstError [15:15] : 0x1 SafPar [13:13] : 0x1 Safari Input bus parity error This domain is currently paused and must be turned off via "setkeyswitch off" to recover Sun Fire™ Midrange Server Maintenance Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Sun Services, Revision C Module 4, slide 104 of 114 Sun Services Recovering From a Hung Domain • Run the system controller reset command from the domain shell • The reset command terminates the Solaris OS in the domain • It sends an externally initiated reset (xir) to the domain and collects data for debugging the hardware • The domain returns to the OpenBoot PROM ok prompt Sun Fire™ Midrange Server Maintenance Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Sun Services, Revision C Module 4, slide 105 of 114 Sun Services Verifying the Recovery • Force the domain to OpenBoot PROM by using the system controller break command from the domain shell • If the break command succeeds, run the OpenBoot PROM sync command The sync command terminates the Solaris OS Sun Fire™ Midrange Server Maintenance Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Sun Services, Revision C Module 4, slide 106 of 114 Sun Services Collecting Data Apart from a Solaris OS core file, various other bits of information might provide insight into the failure Follow these steps to collect this data: Ensure you that have a record of what you did during the previous verification step If you not have a hardware error, assess current conditions on the domain: • Is there any output being printed on the domain console? • Does the domain console echo characters you type? • Does the domain respond to the ping command? • Does the domain respond to the rup command? Sun Fire™ Midrange Server Maintenance Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Sun Services, Revision C Module 4, slide 107 of 114 Sun Services Collecting Data Record the results of all the preceding tests Run the following commands from the system controller domain shell, and collect the output in a file: • showlogs • showenvironment • showdomain Sun Fire™ Midrange Server Maintenance Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Sun Services, Revision C Module 4, slide 108 of 114 Sun Services Collecting Data Run the following commands from the system controller platform shell, and collect the output in a file: • showsc • showlogs • showplatform • history Sun Fire™ Midrange Server Maintenance Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Sun Services, Revision C Module 4, slide 109 of 114 Sun Services Collecting Data Run the Sun Explorer software utility to collect the system configuration information If the domain is paused because of an error, nothing else can be done after collecting all the previous information Reboot the domain with the following command in the domain shell: setkey off ; setkey on Sun Fire™ Midrange Server Maintenance Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Sun Services, Revision C Module 4, slide 110 of 114 Sun Services Obtaining a Solaris OS Core File # Mar 29 14:47:06 sp4-sc0 Domain-A.SC: Domain is not responding to interrupts telnet> send brk sp4-sc0:A> reset This will abruptly terminate Solaris in domain A Do you want to continue? [no] y NOTICE: XIR on CPU panic[cpu3]/thread=30002368580: zero fail: trap type = 0x3 pid=320, pc=0x10314080, sp=0x2a100336f81, tstate=0x4400001407, context=0x887 g1-g7: 14, 104f0228, 30000827800, 6c0, 0, 0, 30002368580 000000001040c110 unix:sync_handler+160 (1040c290, 7fcb4090, 1, 0, 0, 6c005f6900) Sun Fire™ Midrange Server Maintenance Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Sun Services, Revision C Module 4, slide 111 of 114 Sun Services Obtaining a Solaris OS Core File %l0-3: 00000000ff000000 0000000000ff0000 000000000000ff00 000000007f6b6e62 %l4-7: 000000006c6f6300 0000000000000000 000000007efefeff 0000000081010100 000000001040c1e0 unix:prom_rtt+0 (2, 0, 0, 4, 705aac, 100000530) %l0-3: 0000000000000000 0000000000001400 0000004400001407 0000000010027d14 %l4-7: ffffffff7f100134 0000000100000531 000000000000000f 000000001040c290 000000001040c330 faildev:faildev_ioctl+78 (be00000000, 2, 0, 202003, 300012e5aa8, 2a100337aec) %l0-3: 0000000000000002 ffffffff7f71e3c8 ffffffff7f721480 ffffffff7ffffad8 %l4-7: 0000000000705aac ffffffff7f200128 ffffffff7f720838 ffffffff7f30af80 000002a100337830 genunix:cdev_ioctl+40 (7073722e736f2e31, 4, 310003000211ed28, 0, 2a10033784c, 2a10033785c) %l0-3: 0000000000000001 ffffffff7f354000 0000030002351148 0000000000000003 Sun Fire™ Midrange Server Maintenance Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Sun Services, Revision C Module 4, slide 112 of 114 Sun Services Obtaining a Solaris OS Core File %l4-7: 0000000000000000 0000000000000000 000002a1003370f1 000000001002d200 syncing file systems 1 done dumping to /dev/dsk/c0t0d0s1, offset 62259200 100% done: 17422 pages dumped, compression ratio 8.03, dump succeeded rebooting Resetting Sun Fire™ Midrange Server Maintenance Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Sun Services, Revision C Module 4, slide 113 of 114 Sun Services Obtaining Registers If you cannot get a core file out of the Solaris OS, there should still be CPU register information to collect The reset command causes all the CPUs in the target domain to save their registers in a save area in CPU static random access memory (SRAM) showresetstate -v Sun Fire™ Midrange Server Maintenance Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Sun Services, Revision C Module 4, slide 114 of 114 [...]... the Sun Fire™ midrange server product line, which includes the following servers: • Sun Fire V1280 server and Sun Fire E2900 server • Sun Fire 3800 server • Sun Fire 4800 server and Sun Fire E4900 server • Sun Fire 4810 server • Sun Fire 6800 server and Sun Fire E6900 server • Describe the server configuration and key features of each model in the Sun Fire midrange server line Sun Fire™ Midrange Server. .. Preface, slide xvi of xxiv Sun Services Course Map Sun Fire™ Midrange Introduction Introducing the Sun Fire™ Midrange Servers Field-Replaceable Units Sun Fire Midrange Server Configuration Platform Assessment and Management Sun Fire Midrange Server Troubleshooting Troubleshooting the Sun Fire Midrange Servers Sun Fire™ Midrange Server Maintenance Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Sun. .. Midrange Server Maintenance Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Sun Services, Revision C Module 1, slide 8 of 22 Sun Services Sun Fire Midrange Server Models Sun Fire 6800/E6900 server Sun Fire 4810 server Sun Fire 4800/E4900 server Sun Fire V1280/E2900 server Sun Fire 3800 server Sun Fire™ Midrange Server Maintenance Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Sun Services,... commands are shown Sun Fire™ Midrange Server Maintenance Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Sun Services, Revision C Preface, slide xxiv of xxiv edited 02/08 by LG Sun Services Module 1 Introducing the Sun Fire™ Midrange Servers Sun Fire™ Midrange Server Maintenance Sun Services Objectives • List the functional goals of the Sun Fire™ midrange server product line • Locate Sun Microsystems... containing important Sun Fire midrange server information • List the server models that comprise the Sun Fire midrange server product line • Identify the input and output (I/O) components that the Sun Fire midrange servers support • Describe the key features of each Sun Fire midrange server model • Power on and off each Sun Fire midrange server Sun Fire™ Midrange Server Maintenance Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems,... Reserved Sun Services, Revision C Module 1, slide 2 of 22 Sun Services Relevance • Which Sun Fire midrange server models are available? • How is each Sun Fire midrange server model used? • What are the key features of each Sun Fire midrange server model? Sun Fire™ Midrange Server Maintenance Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Sun Services, Revision C Module 1, slide 3 of 22 Sun Services... Fire Midrange Server Information Sun Microsystems, Inc has established numerous web sites to help you maintain and administer the Sun Fire midrange serves These include: • • • • • • http://sunsolve .sun. com http://www .sun. com/servers /midrange http://docs .sun. com http://www .sun. com/solutions/blueprints http://www .sun. com/products-n-solutions http://www .sun. com/solutions/bigadmin Sun Fire™ Midrange Server. .. Midrange Server Maintenance Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Sun Services, Revision C Preface, slide xv of xxiv Sun Services Course Goals • Configure the Sun Fire midrange server platforms • Perform system maintenance- related activities on the Sun Fire midrange servers Sun Fire™ Midrange Server Maintenance Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Sun Services,... 4-1 05 Verifying the Recovery 4-1 06 Collecting Data 4-1 07 Obtaining a Solaris OS Core File 4-1 11 Obtaining Registers 4-1 14 Sun Fire™ Midrange Server Maintenance Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Sun Services, Revision C xiii dited 02/08 by LG Sun Services Preface About This Course Sun Fire™ Midrange Server Maintenance Sun. .. • Power-on self-test (POST) • Application-specific integrated-circuit built-in self-test (ASIC BIST) • Environmental monitoring • Automatic system reconfiguration (ASR) Sun Fire™ Midrange Server Maintenance Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved Sun Services, Revision C Module 1, slide 5 of 22 Sun Services Sun Fire Midrange Server Product Goals Availability is defined as up-time,
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