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Sun Blade™ 1000 and 2000 Workstations and the Sun Fire™ 280R Server Maintenance and Administration WZT-4561 Student Workbook Sun Microsystems, Inc UBRM05-104 500 Eldorado Blvd Broomfield, CO 80021 U.S.A Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Revision A no Su t du n p M lic ic at ro e sy or st d em ist s, rib In ut c e w U se ith Su ou bj t p ec e t t rm o is Li si ce on ns f e rom o D May 18, 2004 9:37 am 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, Sun Blade, Sun Enterprise, Sun Fire, SunSolve, Sun 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DÉCONSEILLONS DE L’UTILISER DANS LE CADRE D’UNE AUTO-FORMATION Please Recycle Table of Contents About This Workbook Lab Preface-xiii Course Goals Lab Preface-xiii Conventions Lab Preface-xiv Icons Lab Preface-xiv Typographical Conventions Lab Preface-xv Sun Fire™ V480 Server Physical Overview Lab 1-1 Objectives Lab 1-1 Exercise: Understanding the Sun Fire V480 Server System Layout Lab 1-2 Preparation Lab 1-2 Task – Reviewing the Sun Fire V480 System Layout .Lab 1-2 Exercise Summary .Lab 1-4 Exercise Solutions: Understanding the Sun Fire V480 Server System Layout Lab 1-5 Task – Reviewing the Sun Fire V480 Server System Layout Lab 1-5 Sun Fire V880 Server Physical Overview Lab 2-1 Objectives Lab 2-1 Exercise: Understanding the Sun Fire V880 Server System Layout Lab 2-2 Preparation Lab 2-2 Task – Reviewing the Sun Fire V880 Server System Layout Lab 2-2 Exercise Summary .Lab 2-4 Exercise Solutions: Understanding the Sun Fire V880 Server System Layout Lab 2-5 Task – Reviewing the Sun Fire V880 Server System Layout Lab 2-5 Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only v Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision A Sun Fire V480 Server Architectural Overview Lab 3-1 Objectives Lab 3-1 Exercise: Understanding the Sun Fire V480 Server System Configuration Lab 3-2 Preparation Lab 3-2 Task – Reviewing the Sun Fire V480 Server System Configuration Lab 3-2 Exercise Summary .Lab 3-4 Exercise Solutions: Understanding the Sun Fire V480 Server System Configuration .Lab 3-5 Task – Reviewing the Sun Fire V480 Server System Configuration Lab 3-5 Sun Fire V880 Server Architectural Overview Lab 4-1 Objectives Lab 4-1 Exercise: Understanding the Sun Fire V880 Server System Configuration Lab 4-2 Preparation Lab 4-2 Task – Reviewing the Sun Fire V880 Server System Configuration Lab 4-2 Exercise Summary .Lab 4-4 Exercise Solutions: Understanding the Sun Fire V880 Server System Configuration .Lab 4-5 Task – Reviewing the Sun Fire V880 Server System Configuration Lab 4-5 Sun Fire V480 Server FRU Replacement Procedures Lab 5-1 Objectives Lab 5-1 Exercise: Removing and Replacing the Sun Fire V480 Server Components Lab 5-2 Preparation Lab 5-2 Task – Replacing the Front Panel Components Lab 5-2 Task – Replacing the PCI Side Components Lab 5-3 Task – Replacing the CPU Side Components .Lab 5-3 Task – Replacing Miscellaneous Components Lab 5-4 Task – Reassembling the Sun Fire V480 Server Lab 5-4 Exercise Summary .Lab 5-5 Sun Fire V880 Server FRU Replacement Procedures Lab 6-1 Objectives Lab 6-1 Exercise: Removing and Replacing Sun Fire V880 Components Lab 6-2 Preparation Lab 6-2 Task – Replacing the Motherboard Side Components Lab 6-3 Task – Replacing the I/O Board Side Components Lab 6-3 vi Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ V480 and V880 Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision A Task – Replacing Miscellaneous Components Lab 6-4 Task – Replacing Backplanes and Cables Lab 6-4 Task – Reassembling the Sun Fire V880 Server Lab 6-4 Exercise Summary .Lab 6-5 Power-On Self-Test Lab 7-1 Objectives Lab 7-1 Exercise 1: Configuring the System Hardware to View POST Output Lab 7-2 Preparation Lab 7-2 Task – Setting Up a console Session and Viewing POST Output Lab 7-2 Exercise 2: Configuring the System OpenBoot™ PROM to View POST Output .Lab 7-3 Preparation Lab 7-3 Task – Configuring Parameters and Viewing POST Output Lab 7-3 Exercise 3: Viewing POST Results Lab 7-4 Preparation Lab 7-4 Task – Using the show-post-results Command .Lab 7-4 Exercise 4: Performing Firmware Updates (Optional) Lab 7-5 Preparation Lab 7-5 Task – Updating the Firmware Lab 7-5 Exercise Summary .Lab 7-7 Exercise Solutions: Configuring the System Hardware to View POST Output Lab 7-8 Task – Setting Up a Console Session and Viewing POST Output Lab 7-8 Exercise Solutions: Configuring the System OpenBoot PROM to View POST Output Lab 7-9 Task – Configuring Parameters and Viewing POST Output Lab 7-9 Exercise Solutions: Viewing POST Results Lab 7-10 Task – Using the show-post-results Command Lab 7-10 Exercise Solutions: Performing Firmware Updates (Optional) Lab 7-11 Task – Updating the Firmware (Optional) Lab 7-11 OpenBoot™ PROM Lab 8-1 Objectives Lab 8-1 Exercise 1: Gathering System Information Using OpenBoot PROM Commands Lab 8-2 Preparation Lab 8-2 Task – Gathering System Information Lab 8-2 Task – Examining Device Information Lab 8-3 Task – Configuring Environmental Variables Lab 8-5 Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only vii Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision A Exercise 2: Performing Hardware Tests Using the OBDiag Interface Lab 8-7 Preparation Lab 8-7 Task – Using OBDiag to Test Components Lab 8-7 Exercise 3: Decoding Device Paths for Sun Fire V480 and V880 Servers Lab 8-9 Preparation Lab 8-9 Task – Determining the Sun Fire V480 Server Device Paths Lab 8-9 Task – Determining the Sun Fire V880 Server Device Paths Lab 8-10 Exercise Summary Lab 8-11 Exercise Solutions: Gathering System Information Using OpenBoot PROM Commands Lab 8-12 Task – Gathering System Information .Lab 8-12 Task – Examining Device Information Lab 8-13 Task – Configuring Environmental Variables Lab 8-15 Exercise Solutions: Performing Hardware Tests Using the OBDiag Interface Lab 8-16 Task – Using OBDiag to Test Components Lab 8-16 Exercise Solutions: Decoding Device Paths for Sun Fire V480 and Sun Fire V880 Servers Lab 8-18 Task – Determining the Sun Fire V480 Server Device Paths Lab 8-18 Task – Determining the Sun Fire V880 Server Device Paths Lab 8-19 Solaris™ OS Support Utilities Lab 9-1 Objectives Lab 9-1 Exercise 1: Gathering System Information for the Sun Fire V480 Server Lab 9-2 Preparation Lab 9-2 Task – Accessing the Sun Fire V480 Server Lab 9-2 Task – Gathering System Information Lab 9-2 Task – Performing Hot-Plug Operations Lab 9-3 Exercise 2: Monitoring Environmental Conditions of the Sun Fire V480 Server Lab 9-4 Preparation Lab 9-4 Task – Monitoring the Sun Fire V480 Server Lab 9-4 Exercise 3: Gathering System Information for the Sun Fire V880 Server .Lab 9-5 Preparation Lab 9-5 Task – Accessing the Sun Fire V880 Server Lab 9-5 Task – Gathering System Information Lab 9-6 Task – Performing Hot-Plug Operations Lab 9-6 viii Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ V480 and V880 Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision A Exercise 4: Monitoring Environmental Conditions of the Sun Fire V880 Server Lab 9-8 Preparation Lab 9-8 Task – Monitoring the Sun Fire V880 Server Lab 9-8 Exercise Summary .Lab 9-9 Exercise Solutions: Gathering System Information for the Sun Fire V480 Server .Lab 9-10 Task – Accessing the Sun Fire V480 Server .Lab 9-10 Task – Gathering System Information .Lab 9-10 Task – Performing Hot-Plug Operations Lab 9-11 Exercise Solutions: Monitoring Environmental Conditions of the Sun Fire V480 Server Lab 9-12 Task – Monitoring the Sun Fire V480 Server .Lab 9-12 Exercise Solutions: Gathering System Information for the Sun Fire V880 Server .Lab 9-13 Task – Accessing the Sun Fire V880 Server .Lab 9-13 Task – Gathering System Information .Lab 9-13 Task – Performing Hot-Plug Operations Lab 9-14 Exercise Solutions: Monitoring Environmental Conditions of the Sun Fire V880 Server Lab 9-15 Task – Monitoring the Sun Fire V880 Server .Lab 9-15 Troubleshooting Lab 10-1 Objectives Lab 10-1 Exercise 1: Troubleshooting a Failed Boot Lab 10-2 Preparation Lab 10-2 Task – Troubleshooting a Failed Boot Lab 10-2 Exercise 2: Troubleshooting Power Problems (Optional) Lab 10-4 Preparation Lab 10-4 Task – Troubleshooting a Server That Fails to Power Up (Optional) Lab 10-4 Exercise 3: Troubleshooting Memory Problems Lab 10-6 Preparation Lab 10-6 Task – Troubleshooting a Server That Has a Memory Problem Lab 10-6 Exercise 4: Troubleshooting Boot Disk Problems .Lab 10-8 Preparation Lab 10-8 Task – Troubleshooting a Server That Has a Disk Problem Lab 10-8 Exercise 5: Troubleshooting Fibre Channel Disk Problems (Optional) Lab 10-10 Preparation Lab 10-10 Task – Troubleshooting a Server That Has a Fibre Channel Disk Problem (Optional) Lab 10-10 Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only ix Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision A Exercise 6: Troubleshooting Environmental Issues Using the Solaris OS and OpenBoot PROM (Optional) Lab 10-12 Preparation Lab 10-12 Task – Troubleshooting a Server Using the Solaris OS and OpenBoot PROM (Optional) Lab 10-12 Exercise 7: Answering Quiz Questions Lab 10-14 Preparation Lab 10-14 Task – Completing a Quiz Lab 10-14 Exercise Summary Lab 10-16 Exercise Solutions: Answering Quiz Questions Lab 10-17 Task – Completing a Quiz Lab 10-17 Remote Support and Monitoring Lab 11-1 Objectives Lab 11-1 Exercise 1: Understanding Remote Support and Monitoring Lab 11-2 Preparation Lab 11-2 Task – Reviewing Remote Support and Monitoring .Lab 11-2 Exercise 2: Administering RSC Subcommands Remotely Lab 11-4 Preparation Lab 11-4 Task – Resetting the RSC Remotely .Lab 11-4 Exercise 3: Installing a Sun Workstation as a System Console Lab 11-8 Preparation Lab 11-8 Task – Installing, Configuring, and Testing a Sun Workstation as a Console Lab 11-8 Exercise 4: Installing a Console Connection Using an NTS (Optional) Lab 11-9 Preparation Lab 11-9 Task – Installing, Configuring, and Testing a Console Connection Using an NTS (Optional) .Lab 11-9 Exercise 5: Installing the RSC Configuration Script Lab 11-10 Preparation Lab 11-10 Task – Installing, Configuring, and Testing the RSC Configuration Script Lab 11-10 Exercise Summary Lab 11-12 Exercise Solutions: Understanding Support and Monitoring Lab 11-13 Task – Reviewing Remote Support and Monitoring Lab 11-13 x Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ V480 and V880 Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision A Exercise 3: Installing a Sun Workstation as a System Console Exercise 3: Installing a Sun Workstation as a System Console In this exercise, you install, configure, and test a Sun workstation as a system console on the server Preparation Use the information presented in the TechTalk to complete this lab Task – Installing, Configuring, and Testing a Sun Workstation as a Console Complete the following tasks: Depending on the server’s configuration, determine which port is the console port Board: Port: Connect the Sun workstation to the TTYA Establish the tip connection, and log in to the server Test the connection by performing prtdiag and uname on the console port # /usr/platform/sun4u/sbin/prtdiag -v CPU: Disks: RSC card: Ethernet ports: # uname -a Host name: Lab 11-8 Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ V480 and V880 Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision A Exercise 4: Installing a Console Connection Using an NTS (Optional) Exercise 4: Installing a Console Connection Using an NTS (Optional) In this exercise, you install, configure, and test a console connection through a Network Terminal Server (NTS) Preparation Use the information presented in the TechTalk to complete this lab Task – Installing, Configuring, and Testing a Console Connection Using an NTS (Optional) Complete the following tasks: Depending on the server’s configuration, determine which port is the console port Board: Port: Choose the correct cable to use to connect the console port to the NTS Cable part number or pinout: Connect the NTS to the console port, and then configure the NTS Log in to the console port, and test the connection by executing the prtdiag and uname commands # /usr/platform/sun4u/sbin/prtdiag -v CPU: Disks: RSC card: Ethernet ports: # uname -a Host name: Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Remote Support and Monitoring Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision A Lab 11-9 Exercise 5: Installing the RSC Configuration Script Exercise 5: Installing the RSC Configuration Script In this exercise, you install, configure, and test a RSC from the console port Preparation Use the information presented during the TechTalk to complete this lab Task – Installing, Configuring, and Testing the RSC Configuration Script Complete the following tasks: On the console, start the RSC software installation by locating the Solaris OS Supplemental and the RSC GUI CDs Install the RSC software Configure the RSC software What information will you need to perform the configuration? _ _ _ _ _ _ _ What physical interface will you be using? _ Modem _ Network _ Other: _ Lab 11-10 Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ V480 and V880 Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision A Exercise 5: Installing the RSC Configuration Script Back up the RSC server software configuration Record the command: _ How you restore the information? Record the command: _ Verify that the software packages have been installed Record the command: _ Install the RSC GUI software on a Sun workstation What information will you need to perform the configuration? _ _ _ _ _ _ Start the RSC GUI, and connect to the host Were you able to access the server? (Yes, no) _ If yes, you have completed this lab If no, troubleshoot the problem If the problem persists, seek higher level support (in this case the instructor) Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Remote Support and Monitoring Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision A Lab 11-11 Exercise Summary Exercise Summary ! ? Lab 11-12 Discussion – Take a few minutes to discuss what experiences, issues, or discoveries you had during the lab exercise ● Experiences ● Interpretations ● Conclusions ● Applications Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ V480 and V880 Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision A Exercise Solutions: Understanding Support and Monitoring Exercise Solutions: Understanding Support and Monitoring The following section provides solutions to Exercise Task – Reviewing Remote Support and Monitoring The following questions review remote support and monitoring: Which of the following methods can you use to log into RSC? a Through SunVTS software b Through OpenBoot PROM c Logging in to rscadm d Logging in to RSC shell Which of the following choices is not a notification mechanism that RSC provides? a Email b Network c Voice d Pager Which of the following phrases defines the term headless environment? a No need for administration b No console c No keyboard and mouse interface d No enclosure Which of the following components is currently not a valid console port? a TTYA on the server’s back panel b Ethernet port on the server’s back panel c PCMCIA modem port on the RSC card d Serial port on the RSC card Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Remote Support and Monitoring Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision A Lab 11-13 Exercise Solutions: Understanding Support and Monitoring (True or false) You can power down the Sun Fire V880 server remotely by using RSC True (True or false) You can use a Palm Pilot as a console interface True (True or false) RSC can remain powered for one hour after its server has been powered down False (True or false) The RSC software can log system events True (True or false) The RSC GUI software can run only on Sun equipment False 10 (True or false) The RSC GUI software is installed at /opt/rsc on a Microsoft Windows platform False Lab 11-14 Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ V480 and V880 Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision A Exercise Solutions: Administering RSC Subcommands Remotely Exercise Solutions: Administering RSC Subcommands Remotely The following section provides solutions to Exercise Task – Resetting the RSC Remotely Complete the following tasks: Log in as root Create a RSC account and set its password and permissions How many users accounts can you create? Login as rscuser and try to execute the following command: rsc> consolerestart What happened? Synchronize the server’s clock with the RSC clock: Compare the system and RSC clocks Are the clocks synchronized? (Yes, no) No Synchronize both clocks Record the command: rsc> date -s Are the clocks now synchronized? (Yes, no) Yes If yes, continue to the next step If no, consult next level support (in this case, the instructor) If you have not already done so, give rscuser all of the following permissions: a Console b User Admin c Admin d Reset/Power On/Off Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Remote Support and Monitoring Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision A Lab 11-15 Exercise Solutions: Administering RSC Subcommands Remotely Log in as rscuser, and determine the status and log history of the server Describe the last recorded log This answer varies depending on recent server activity The log should contain some information about recent logins and the date synchronization What is the status of the following components? Ambient temperature: Answer varies with each server Die temperature: Answer varies with each server Keyswitch position: Answer varies with each server Power supplies: Answer varies with each server Remove the redundant power supply Does RSC record the event? (Yes, no) Yes Where is it recorded? The system console What does the message say? There is a message regarding the removal of the power supply Execute the following commands and record their output You can also use the RSC GUI rsc> shownetwork Answer varies with each server rsc> loghistory Answer varies with each server rsc> consolehistory Answer varies with each server rsc> loghistory Answer varies with each server rsc> show Answer varies with each server Lab 11-16 Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ V480 and V880 Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision A Exercise Solutions: Administering RSC Subcommands Remotely While you are logged in as rscuser, re-direct the system console to the RSC and then switch back (Remember to re-direct the Console port to RSC before trying to switch.) What prompt you get when you switch? The default Solaris OS prompt What is the escape sequence used to switch back? The escape sequence is to press the tilda key followed by a period (~.) 10 While logged in as rscuser, use RSC shell commands to power-down the server and then power it back up What should you first before powering down remotely? Verify that the OS is not being actively used 11 While you are logged in as rscuser, use the RSC shell command resetrsc to re-initialize the RSC software rsc> resetrsc Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Remote Support and Monitoring Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision A Lab 11-17 Exercise Solutions: Installing a Sun Workstation as a System Console Exercise Solutions: Installing a Sun Workstation as a System Console In this exercise, you install, configure, and test a Sun workstation as a System console on the server Preparation Use the information presented in the TechTalk to complete this lab Task – Installing, Configuring, and Testing a Sun Workstation as a System Console Complete the following tasks: Depending on the server’s configuration, determine which port is the console port Board: Answer varies with each server Port: Answer varies with each server Connect the Sun workstation to the TTYA Establish the tip connection, and log in to the server Test the connection by performing prtdiag and uname on the console port # /usr/platform/sun4u/sbin/prtdiag -v CPU: Answer varies with each server Disks: Answer varies with each server RSC card: Answer varies with each server Ethernet ports: Answer varies with each server # uname -a Host name: Answer varies with each server Lab 11-18 Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ V480 and V880 Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision A Exercise Solutions: Installing a Console Connection Using an NTS (Optional) Exercise Solutions: Installing a Console Connection Using an NTS (Optional) In this exercise, you install, configure, and test a console connection through a Network Terminal Server (NTS) Preparation Use the information presented during the TechTalk to complete this lab Task – Installing, Configuring, and Testing a Console Connection Using an NTS (Optional) Complete the following tasks: Depending on the server’s configuration, determine which port is the console port Answer varies with each server Choose the correct cable to use to connect the console port to the NTS Cable part number or pinout: Answer varies with each machine Connect the NTS to the console port, and then configure the NTS Log in to the console port, and test the connection by executing the prtdiag and uname commands # /usr/platform/sun4u/sbin/prtdiag -v CPU: Answer varies with each server Disks: Answer varies with each server RSC card: Answer varies with each server Ethernet ports: Answer varies with each server # uname -a Host name: Answer varies with each server Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Remote Support and Monitoring Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision A Lab 11-19 Exercise Solutions: Installing the RSC Configuration Script Exercise Solutions: Installing the RSC Configuration Script In this exercise, you install, configure, and test a RSC from the console port Preparation Use the information presented in the TechTalk to complete this lab Tasks Complete the following tasks: On the console, start the RSC Software installation by locating the Solaris OS Supplemental and the RSC GUI CDs Install the RSC software Configure the RSC software What information will you need to perform the configuration? Security considerations, communications setup, and server script procedures What physical interface you use? Answer varies depending on the configuration Back up the RSC server software configuration Record the command: # rscadm show >rscsettings.mmddyy # rscadm usershow >>rscsettings.mmddyy # cat rscsettings.mmddyy How you restore the information? Record the command: # rscadm set[...]... drives supported on a Sun Fire V480 server? _ Lab 3-2 Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ V480 and V880 Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision A Exercise: Understanding the Sun Fire V480 Server System Configuration 6 How many PCI slots are available on the Sun Fire V480 server? ... package, the Sun Fire V480 server offers several different methods of system diagnostics and testing List them Lab 3-6 a Diagnostic LEDs b OpenBoot PROM commands c OBDiag d SunVTS™ software e POST Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ V480 and V880 Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision A Lab 4 Sun Fire V880 Server Architectural... _ Lab 2-2 4 (True or false) The Sun Fire V880 server requires three power supplies to operate at all times 5 (True or false) Air flow in the Sun Fire V880 server is from the top of the server down Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ V480 and V880 Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision A Exercise: Understanding the Sun. .. Fault Power Fault Lab 2-6 Icon Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ V480 and V880 Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision A Lab 3 Sun Fire V480 Server Architectural Overview Objectives Upon completion of this lab, you should be able to answer questions regarding the architecture of the Sun Fire V480 server Sun Proprietary:... a Sun Fire V480 server? Two internal FC-AL disk drives are supported on Sun Fire V480 server 6 How many PCI slots are available on the Sun Fire V480 server? There are six PCI expansion slots available Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire V480 Server Architectural Overview Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision A Lab 3-5 Exercise Solutions: Understanding the Sun. .. Use Only Sun Fire™ V480 and V880 Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision A Lab 2 Sun Fire V880 Server Physical Overview Objectives Upon completion of this lab, you should be able to answer questions regarding the physical layout of the Sun Fire V880 server Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Lab 2-1 Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems,... options Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only About This Workbook Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision A Lab Preface-xv Lab 1 Sun Fire™ V480 Server Physical Overview Objectives Upon completion of this lab, you should be able to answer questions regarding the physical layout of the Sun Fire™ V480 server Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Lab 1-1 Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems,... keyswitch to Diag-Mode Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire V880 Server Physical Overview Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision A Lab 2-5 Exercise Solutions: Understanding the Sun Fire V880 Server System Layout 7 Complete Table 2-2 Table 2-2 LEDs, Icons, and Descriptions Name Description Power/OK ● Illuminates when the system power is on OK-to-Remove ● Illuminates... V480 Server Physical Overview Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision A Lab 1-5 Exercise Solutions: Understanding the Sun Fire V480 Server System Layout 7 Complete Table 1-2 Table 1-2 LEDs, Icons, and Descriptions Name Locator Fault Power/OK Lab 1-6 Icon Description ● Activated by a Solaris OS, RSC, or Sun Management Center software command ● Used to help locate the server, ... concept being described Students should be able to understand the concept or complete the task without this information Examples of notational information include keyword shortcuts and minor system adjustments Lab Preface-xiv Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ V480 and V880 Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision A Conventions
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