(ILOM) 3.0 Supplement for Sun Blade X6270 M2 Server Module

Oracle® Integrated Lights Out
Manager (ILOM) 3.0
Supplement for Sun Blade X6270 M2 Server Module
Part No. 821-0501-11
October 2010, Revision A
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ILOM 3.0 Feature Sets
ILOM Overview
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ILOM 3.0 Common Feature Set and Server Specific Features
ILOM 3.0 Common Feature Set Documentation Collection
2.
ILOM Platform Features for the
Sun Blade X6270 M2 Server Module
Supported Server Firmware
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2
3
4
Hardware Management Pack for Single Server Management
4
View Support Matrix and Download Hardware Management Pack Software
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Hardware Management Pack Documentation
ILOM Sideband Management
6
7
Special Considerations for Sideband Management
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Configure Sideband Management Using the Web Interface
▼
Configure Sideband Management Using the CLI
▼
Configure Sideband Management Using the Host BIOS Setup Utility
Switch Serial Port Output Between SP and Host Console
▼
Switch Serial Port Output Using the Web Interface
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Switch Serial Port Output Using the CLI
Clear Server and CMM Faults
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Sensors and Indicators Reference Information
Temperature Sensors
Fan Sensors
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FEM Sensor
18
19
Entity Presence Sensors
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20
SNMP and PET Message Reference Information
SNMP Traps
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PET Event Messages
Index
17
18
Power Supply Sensors
System Indicators
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Using This Documentation
This Oracle Integrated Lights Out Manager (ILOM) 3.0 Supplement document
contains information about ILOM 3.0 firmware that is specific to the Sun Blade X6270
M2 Server Module.
For a complete discussion of ILOM 3.0 and its functionality, along with procedures to
complete system management tasks, see the ILOM 3.0 Documentation Collection.
These documents are listed in “Related Documentation” on page vii, and are
available at: http://docs.sun.com/app/docs/prod/int.lights.mgr30#hic
Note – Oracle Integrated Lights Out Manager formerly was called Sun Integrated
Lights Out Manager.
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Product Information
For information about the Sun Blade X6270 M2 Server Module, go to the following
web site:
http://www.oracle.com/goto/x6270m2
At that site, you can find links and navigate to the following information and
downloads:
■
Product information and specifications
■
Supported operating systems
■
Software and firmware downloads
■
Supported option cards
■
Supported Network Express Modules
■
External storage options
Software Downloads
To download the latest product software, go to the following web site:
http://www.oracle.com/us/products/serversstorage/servers/blades/index.html
At that site, click the Download Drivers and Firmware link. Navigate to your server
page, then select the appropriate firmware image to download.
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Related Documentation
The documents listed in the following table are available online at:
http://docs.sun.com/app/docs/prod/blade.x6270m2#hic
Title
Content
Part Number
Format
Sun Blade X6270 M2 Server
Module Product Notes
Late-breaking information
about the server module
821-0496
PDF
HTML
Sun Blade X6270 M2 Server
Module Getting Started Guide
Basic installation information
for setting up the server
module
821-0494
PDF
Print
Sun Blade X6270 M2 Server
Module Installation Guide
Detailed installation
information for setting up the
server module
821-0495
PDF
HTML
Print option
Sun Blade X6270 M2 Server
Module Installation Guide for
Linux, Virtual Machine
Software, and Oracle Solaris
Operating Systems
Installation instructions for
the Linux, Oracle VM,
VMware, and Oracle Solaris
operating systems
821-0497
PDF
HTML
Sun Blade X6270 M2 Server
Module Installation Guide for
Windows Operating Systems
Installation instructions for
the Windows Server
operating systems
821-0498
PDF
HTML
Sun Installation Assistant 2.3
through 2.4 User’s Guide for
x64 Systems
Instructions for using the
Oracle Hardware Installation
Assistant when installing a
Windows or Linux operating
system
821-0694
PDF
HTML
Sun Blade X6270 M2 Server
Module Service Manual
Information and procedures
for maintaining and
upgrading the server module
821-0499
PDF
HTML
Sun Server CLI Tools and
IPMItool 2.0 User’s Guide
Information about how to
install, configure, and work
with CLI tools and IPMItool
821-1600
PDF
HTML
Sun x86 Servers Diagnostics
Guide
Information about how to use
the diagnostic software tools
provided with Oracle’s x86
servers
820-6750
PDF
HTML
Using This Documentation
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Title
Content
Part Number
Format
Oracle Integrated Lights Out
Manager (ILOM) 3.0
Documentation Collection
(formerly called Sun
Integrated Lights Out Manager
Documentation Collection)
Documents covering ILOM
features and tasks that are
common to servers and
server modules that support
ILOM 3.0
820-5523
820-6410
820-6411
820-6412
820-6413
820-7329
820-0052
PDF
HTML
Oracle Integrated Lights Out
Manager (ILOM) 3.0
Supplement for Sun Blade
X6270 M2 Server Module
ILOM information that is
specific to the Sun Blade
X6270 M2 server module
821-0501
PDF
HTML
Important Safety Information
for Sun Hardware Systems
Multilingual hardware safety
and compliance information
for all Sun hardware systems
821-1590
Print
Translated versions of some of these documents are available at the web site listed
above this table. English documentation is revised more frequently and might be
more up-to-date than the translated documentation.
Documentation, Support, and Training
These web sites provide additional resources:
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Documentation http://docs.sun.com/
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Support http://www.sun.com/support/
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Training http://www.sun.com/training/
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CHAPTER
1
ILOM 3.0 Feature Sets
This chapter provides a brief overview about ILOM, as well as defines the purpose
of ILOM’s common and platform features offered in ILOM 3.0. The following topics
are discussed in this chapter:
■
“ILOM Overview” on page 1
■
“ILOM 3.0 Common Feature Set and Server Specific Features” on page 1
■
“ILOM 3.0 Common Feature Set Documentation Collection” on page 2
ILOM Overview
Oracle Integrated Lights Out Manager (ILOM) is system management firmware that
is preinstalled on all of Oracle’s x86-based servers and some SPARC servers. ILOM
enables you to actively manage and monitor components installed in your server.
ILOM provides a browser-based interface and a command-line interface, as well as
SNMP and IPMI interfaces.
ILOM 3.0 Common Feature Set and Server
Specific Features
Oracle’s Sun Blade X6270 M2 Server Module supports the entire ILOM feature set
provided in ILOM 3.0. In addition, it also supports ILOM features that are specific to
the Sun Blade X6270 M2 Server Module.
For details on how to use the features that are common to all server platforms, refer
to the ILOM 3.0 Documentation Collection. For descriptions of the ILOM guides, see
“ILOM 3.0 Common Feature Set Documentation Collection” on page 2.
For details on how to use the ILOM features that are specific to the Sun Blade X6270
M2 Server Module, see Chapter 2.
1
ILOM 3.0 Common Feature Set Documentation
Collection
TABLE 1-1 identifies the guides in the Oracle Integrated Lights Out Manager (ILOM)
3.0 Documentation Collection (formerly called Sun Integrated Lights Out Manager
3.0 Documentation Collection). Refer to these guides for information about using
ILOM features that are common to all server platforms.
TABLE 1-1
ILOM 3.0 Common Feature Set Documentation Collection
Title
Content
Part Number
Oracle Integrated Lights Out
Manager (ILOM) 3.0 Feature
Updates and Release Notes
For each point release after ILOM 3.0, this guide provides
information about:
• New ILOM 3.0.x features
• Known issues and workarounds
• Fixed issues
820-7329
Oracle Integrated Lights Out
Manager (ILOM) 3.0 Getting
Started Guide
This guide provides easy-to-use setup and configuration
procedures that enable you to start using ILOM.
820-5523
Oracle Integrated Lights Out
Manager (ILOM) 3.0 Concepts
Guide
This guide provides conceptual information for all
common features available in ILOM 3.0.
820-6410
Oracle Integrated Lights Out
Manager (ILOM) 3.0 Web
Interface Procedures Guide
This guide provides procedural information for all
common web-based features available in ILOM 3.0.
820-6411
Oracle Integrated Lights Out
Manager (ILOM) 3.0 CLI
Procedures Guide
This guide provides procedural information for all
common command-line features available in ILOM 3.0.
820-6412
This guide provides information about accessing ILOM
Oracle Integrated Lights Out
Manager (ILOM) 3.0 Management functions when using management protocols such as:
Protocols Reference Guide
• Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)
• Intelligent Platform Management Interface (IPMI)
• Web Service Management (WS-Man) and Common
Information Model (CIM)
820-6413
Oracle Integrated Lights Out
Manager (ILOM) 3.0 CMM
Administration Guide for Sun
Blade 6000 and Sun Blade 6048
Modular System
This guide provides instructions for managing the Sun
820-0052
Blade Modular System chassis using a modified version of
ILOM called the chassis monitoring module (CMM) ILOM.
You can view and download the ILOM 3.0 Documentation Collection at:
http://docs.sun.com/app/docs/prod/int.lights.mgr30#hic
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CHAPTER
2
ILOM Platform Features for the
Sun Blade X6270 M2 Server Module
ILOM 3.0 operates on many platforms, supporting features that are common to all
platforms. Some ILOM 3.0 features belong to a subset of platforms and not to all.
This chapter describes the features that are specific to the Sun Blade X6270 M2
Server Module.
For detailed information about ILOM features that are common to all server
platforms, see the ILOM 3.0 Documentation Collection, as described in “ILOM 3.0
Common Feature Set Documentation Collection” on page 2.
ILOM features discussed in this chapter, which are specific to the Sun Blade X6270
M2 Server Module, are as follows:
■
“Supported Server Firmware” on page 4
■
“Hardware Management Pack for Single Server Management” on page 4
■
“ILOM Sideband Management” on page 7
■
“Switch Serial Port Output Between SP and Host Console” on page 14
■
“Clear Server and CMM Faults” on page 16
■
“Sensors and Indicators Reference Information” on page 17
■
“SNMP and PET Message Reference Information” on page 21
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Supported Server Firmware
TABLE 2-1 identifies the ILOM and BIOS firmware versions that are supported on the
Sun Blade X6270 M2 Server Module.
TABLE 2-1
Supported Platform Firmware
ILOM Chassis Monitoring
Module (CMM) Firmware
ILOM SP Version
Host BIOS Version
Applicable Hardware
3.0.14.12
08.05.01.14
C10CMM-SW3.2.2-WEB
(r57573-3.0.10.15.bbuild2010_29) or SW4.0
(r58226-3.0.12.10build2010_33)
Sun Blade X6270 M2 Server Module
3.0.9.15.a
08.02.01.05
3.0.6.11.b (r48988) (or
subsequent release)
Sun Blade X6270 M2 Server Module
For information about how to update the firmware on your server, refer to the ILOM
3.0 Common Feature Set Documentation Collection at:
http://docs.sun.com/app/docs/prod/int.lights.mgr30#hic
Hardware Management Pack for Single
Server Management
The Sun Server Hardware Management Pack (Hardware Management Pack) from
Oracle provides tools to help you manage and configure your Oracle servers from
the host operating system. To use these tools, you must install the Hardware
Management Pack software on your server. After installing the Hardware
Management Pack software, you will be able to perform the following server
management tasks described in TABLE 2-2.
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TABLE 2-2
Hardware Management Pack – Server Management Tasks
Server Management Task
From Host OS*
Hardware Management Pack Implementation
Tool
Monitor Oracle hardware with
host IP address
Use the Hardware Management Agent and the
associated Simple Network Management Protocol
(SNMP) Plugins at the operating-system level to
enable in-band monitoring of your Oracle hardware.
This in-band monitoring functionality enables you to
use your host operating system IP address to monitor
your Oracle servers without the need of connecting
the ILOM management port to your network.
Host OS-level
management tool
Monitor storage devices,
including RAID arrays
Use the Server Storage Management Agent at the
ILOM 3.0 CLI
operating-system level to enable in-band monitoring
Storage Monitoring
of the storage devices configured on your Oracle
features
servers. The Server Storage Management Agent
provides an operating-system deamon that gathers
information about your server’s storage devices such
as hard disk drives (HDDs) and RAID arrays, and
sends this information to the ILOM service processor.
The Storage Monitoring features in ILOM enable you
to view and monitor the information provided by the
Server Storage Management Agent. You can access the
Storage Monitoring features in ILOM from the
command-line interface (CLI).
Configure BIOS CMOS settings, Use the biosconfig CLI tool from the host operating
device boot order, and some SP system to configure your Oracle x86 servers BIOS
CMOS settings, device boot order, and some service
settings
processor (SP) settings.
Host OS-level
biosconfig CLI
Query, update, and validate
Use the fwupdate CLI tool from the host operating
firmware versions on supported system to query, update, and validate firmware
SAS storage devices
versions on supported storage devices such as SAS
host bus adapters (HBAs), embedded SAS storage
controllers, LSI SAS storage expanders, and disk
drives (spinning media and flash drives).
Host OS-level
fwupdate CLI
*Supported host operating systems include: Oracle Solaris, Linux, Windows, and VMware
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TABLE 2-2
Hardware Management Pack – Server Management Tasks (Continued)
Server Management Task
From Host OS*
Hardware Management Pack Implementation
Tool
Restore, set, and view ILOM
configuration settings
Use the ilomconfig CLI tool from the host operating
Host OS-level
system to restore ILOM configuration settings, as well ilomconfig CLI
as to view and set ILOM properties that are associated
with network management, clock configuration, and
user management.
View or create RAID volumes
on storage drives
Use the raidconfig CLI tool from the host operating
Host OS-level
system to view and create RAID volumes on storage
raidconfig CLI
drives that are attached to RAID controllers, including
storage arrays.
Use IPMItool to access and
manage Oracle servers
Use the open source command-line IPMItool from the
host operating system to access and manage your
Oracle servers via the IPMI protocol.
Host OS-level
command-line
IMPItool
*Supported host operating systems include: Oracle Solaris, Linux, Windows, and VMware
View Support Matrix and Download Hardware
Management Pack Software
Refer to the following table to view the support matrix for the Hardware
Management Pack software or to download the Hardware Management Pack
software.
Description
URL
View operating system and
hardware support for the
Hardware Management
Pack
http://www.sun.com/systemmanagement/management
pack_supportmatrix.jsp
Download the Hardware
Management Pack software
http://www.sun.com/systemmanagement/management
tools.jsp#management
Hardware Management Pack Documentation
For instructions for installing the management pack software or using its
components, see the following Hardware Management Pack documentation:
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Sun Server Hardware Management Pack 2.0 User’s Guide (821-1609)
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Sun Server Management Agent 2.0 User’s Guide (821-1601)
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Sun Server CLI Tools and IPMItool 2.0 User's Guide (821-1600)
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For additional details about how to use the Storage Monitoring features in ILOM,
see Chapter 4 of the Oracle Integrated Lights Out Manager (ILOM) 3.0 Feature Updates
and Release Notes (820-7329).
For additional details about accessing and managing your server via SNMP or IPMI,
see the Oracle Integrated Lights Out Manager (ILOM) 3.0 Management Protocols
Reference Guide (820-6413).
ILOM Sideband Management
By default, you connect to the server’s service processor (SP) using the out-of-band
network management port (NET MGT). The ILOM sideband management feature
enables you to select either the NET MGT port or one of the server’s Gigabit
Ethernet ports (NET 0, 1, 2, 3), which are in-band ports, to send and receive ILOM
commands to and from the server SP. In-band ports are also called sideband ports.
The advantage of using a sideband management port to manage the server’s SP is
that one fewer cable connection and one fewer network switch port is needed. In
configurations where numerous servers are being managed, such as data centers,
sideband management can represent a significant savings in hardware and network
utilization.
You can configure sideband management using either the web interface, the
command-line interface (CLI), the BIOS, or IPMI. For special considerations and
configuration instructions, see the following sections:
■
“Special Considerations for Sideband Management” on page 7
■
“Configure Sideband Management Using the Web Interface” on page 8
■
“Configure Sideband Management Using the CLI” on page 9
■
“Configure Sideband Management Using the Host BIOS Setup Utility” on page 11
Special Considerations for Sideband Management
When sideband management is enabled in ILOM, the following conditions might
occur:
■
Connectivity to the server SP might be lost when the SP management port
configuration is changed while you are connected to the SP using a network
connection, such as SSH, web, or ILOM Remote Console.
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In-chip connectivity between the SP and the host operating system might not be
supported by the on-board host Gigabit Ethernet controller. If this condition
occurs, use a different port or route to transmit traffic between the source and
destination targets instead of using L2 bridging/switching.
■
Server host power cycles might cause a brief interruption of network connectivity
for server Gigabit Ethernet ports (NET 0, 1, 2, 3) that are configured for sideband
management. If this condition occurs, configure the adjacent switch/bridge ports
as host ports.
Note – If the ports are configured as switch ports and participate in the Spanning
Tree Protocol (STP), you might experience longer outages due to spanning tree
recalculation.
▼ Configure Sideband Management Using the Web
Interface
1. Log in to the ILOM web interface.
2. Select Configuration --> Network.
The Network Settings page appears.
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3. In the Network Settings page, do the following:
a. Select the dual-stack IPv4 and IPv6 network settings to obtain and IP
address. Refer to the Oracle Integrated Lights Out Manager (ILOM) 3.0 Web
Interface Procedures Guide (820-6411) for information about assigning IPv4 and
IPv6 network addresses.
b. To select a sideband management port, click the Management Port dropdown list and select the desired management port.
The drop-down list enables you to change to any one of the four Gigabit
Ethernet ports, /SYS/MB/NETn, where n is 0 to 3. The SP NET MGT port,
/SYS/SP/NET0, is the default.
c. Click Save for the changes to take effect.
▼ Configure Sideband Management Using the CLI
1. Log in to ILOM using the CLI.
Note – Using a serial connection for this procedure eliminates the possibility of
losing connectivity during sideband management configuration changes.
2. If you logged in using the serial port, you can assign a static IPv4 and IPv6
network address.
For instructions, see the information about assigning an IP address in the Sun
Blade X6270 M2 Server Module Installation Guide (821-0495) or the Oracle Integrated
Lights Out Manager (ILOM) 3.0 Web Interface Procedures Guide (820-6411).
Chapter 2
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3. To show the current port settings, type:
-> show /SP/network
The network properties appear. For example:
/SP/network
Targets:
Properties:
commitpending = (Cannot show property)
dhcp_server_ip = none
ipaddress = xx.xx.xx.xx
ipdiscovery = static
ipgateway = xx.xx.xx.xx
ipnetmask = xx.xx.xx.xx
macaddress = 11.11.11.11.11.86
managementport = /SYS/SP/NET0
outofbandmacaddress = 11.11.11.11.11.86
pendingipaddress = xx.xx.xx.xx
pendingipdiscovery = static
pendingipgateway = xx.xx.xx.xx
pendingipnetmask = xx.xx.xx.xx
pendingmanagementport = /SYS/SP/NET0
sidebandmacaddress = 11.11.11.11.11.87
state = enabled
In the above output the current active macaddress is the same as the SP’s
outofbandmacaddress and the current active managementport is set to the
default (/SYS/SP/NET0).
4. To set the SP management port to a sideband port, type the following
commands:
-> set /SP/network pendingmanagementport=/SYS/MB/NETn
Where n equals 0, 1, 2, or 3.
-> set commitpending=true
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5. To view the change, type:
-> show /SP/network
The network properties appear and show that the change has taken effect. For
example:
/SP/network
Targets:
Properties:
commitpending = (Cannot show property)
dhcp_server_ip = none
ipaddress = xx.xx.xx.xx
ipdiscovery = static
ipgateway = xx.xx.xx.xx
ipnetmask = xx.xx.xx.xx
macaddress = 11.11.11.11.11.87
managementport = /SYS/MB/NETn
outofbandmacaddress = 11.11.11.11.11.86
pendingipaddress = xx.xx.xx.xx
pendingipdiscovery = static
pendingipgateway = xx.xx.xx.xx
pendingipnetmask = xx.xx.xx.xx
pendingmanagementport = /SYS/MB/NETn
sidebandmacaddress = 11.11.11.11.11.87
state = enabled
In the above output the macaddress matches the sidebandmacaddress, and
the managementport matches the pendingmanagementport.
▼ Configure Sideband Management Using the
Host BIOS Setup Utility
You can access the BIOS Setup Utility screens from the following interfaces:
■
Use a USB keyboard, mouse, and VGA monitor connected directly to the server.
■
Use a terminal (or terminal emulator connected to a computer) through the serial
port on the back panel of the server.
■
Connect to the server using the ILOM Remote Console. To use this interface, you
must know the IP address of the server.
To configure sideband management using the host BIOS Setup Utility, perform the
following steps:
1. Power on or power cycle the server.
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2. To enter the BIOS Setup Utility, press the F2 key while the system is
performing the power-on self-test (POST).
When BIOS is started, the main BIOS Setup Utility top-level screen appears. This
screen provides seven menu options across the top of the screen.
3. In the main screen, select Advanced --> IPMI Configuration.
The IPMI 2.0 Configuration screen appears.
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4. In the IPMI 2.0 Configuration screen, select the Set LAN Configuration option.
The LAN Configuration screen appears.
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5. In the LAN Configuration screen, do the following:
a. Use the left and right arrow keys to select the IP Assignment option and set
it to DHCP.
b. Use the left and right arrow keys to select the Active Management Port
option and set the port to a sideband management port (NET0, NET1, NET2,
NET3).
The NET MGT port is the default.
c. Select Commit for the change to take effect.
Switch Serial Port Output Between SP
and Host Console
You can switch the serial port output of the Sun Blade X6270 M2 Server Module
between the SP console (SER MGT) and the host console (COM1). By default, the SP
console is connected to the system serial port. This feature is beneficial for Windows
kernel debugging, as it enables you to view non-ASCII character traffic from the host
console.
You can switch serial port output using either the ILOM web interface or the ILOM
command-line interface (CLI). For instructions, see the following sections:
■
“Switch Serial Port Output Using the Web Interface” on page 15
■
“Switch Serial Port Output Using the CLI” on page 16
Caution – You should set up the network on the SP before attempting to switch the
serial port owner to the host server. If a network is not set up, and you switch the
serial port owner to the host server, you will be unable to connect using the CLI or
web interface to change the serial port owner back to the SP. To change the serial
port owner back to the SP, you must use the ILOM Preboot Menu to restore access to
the serial port over the network. For more information see the ILOM Preboot Menu
information in the Sun Blade X6270 M2 Server Module Service Manual (821-0499).
▼ Switch Serial Port Output Using the Web
Interface
1. Log in to the ILOM web interface.
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2. Select Configuration --> Serial Port.
The Serial Port Settings page appears.
3. To select a serial port owner, click the Owner drop-down list and select the
desired serial port owner.
The drop-down list enables you to select either Service Processor or
Host Server.
By default, Service Processor is selected.
4. Click Save for your change to take effect.
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▼ Switch Serial Port Output Using the CLI
1. Log in to the ILOM CLI.
2. To set the serial port owner, type:
-> set /SP/serial/portsharing/owner=host
By default, owner=SP.
Clear Server and CMM Faults
When a server component fails, the server generates a component-specific fault that
is captured by the ILOM SP. Some faults are cleared automatically when the failed
component is replaced, but faults generated for components that are not hotserviceable have to be cleared manually. You can use either the ILOM web interface
or the command-line interface (CLI) to manually clear faults.
For the Sun Blade X6270 M2 Server Module, the following types of faults must be
cleared manually after the faulty component is replaced:
■
Fabric Expansion Module (FEM) faults
■
CPU faults
■
Motherboard faults (when motherboard is not replaced)
Other faults captured by the fault management function in ILOM include faults
generated by the chassis monitoring module (CMM). These faults occur when other
components in the chassis fail, for example:
■
CMM faults
■
Fan faults
■
Power supply faults
■
NEM faults
Chassis related faults are not automatically cleared by the system. You must
manually clear these faults in the Fault Management function on the ILOM CMM.
After you have cleared the faults reported by the CMM, the chassis related faults are
then automatically cleared by the system in the Fault Management function on the
ILOM SP.
When clearing faults, give consideration to the following:
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■
When clearing faults for memory DIMMs, note that the DIMM faults can be either
system wide (/SYS/MB) or on a per DIMM basis (/SYS/MB/Pn/Dn).
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PCIe faults include /SYS/MB/NETn.
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The procedure for clearing a fault differs depending on the type of fault:
■
To clear the fault.security.integrity-compromised@/sys/sp fault,
replace the server’s top cover and reboot the server’s SP.
■
To clear DIMM, CPU, motherboard, and PCIe faults, access the server’s ILOM SP
and clear the fault for the failed component.
For information on how to use the ILOM web interface or the CLI to clear server
faults, see the Oracle ILOM 3.0 Common Feature Set Documentation Collection at:
http://docs.sun.com/app/docs/prod/int.lights.mgr30#hic
Sensors and Indicators Reference
Information
The server includes several sensors that report on hardware conditions. Many of the
sensor readings are used to adjust the fan speeds and perform other actions, such as
illuminating LEDs and powering off the server.
This section describes the sensors that ILOM monitors for the Sun Blade X6270 M2
Server Module.
The following types of sensors are described:
■
“Temperature Sensors” on page 18
■
“Fan Sensors” on page 18
■
“FEM Sensor” on page 18
■
“Power Supply Sensors” on page 19
■
“Entity Presence Sensors” on page 19
■
“System Indicators” on page 20
Note – For information about how to obtain sensor readings or to determine the
state of system indicators in ILOM, see the Oracle Integrated Lights Out Manager
(ILOM) 3.0 CLI Procedures Guide (820-6412) and the Oracle Integrated Lights Out
Manager (ILOM) 3.0 Web Interface Procedures Guide (820-6411).
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Temperature Sensors
TABLE 2-3 describes the environmental sensors.
TABLE 2-3
Temperature Sensors
Sensor Name
Sensor Type
Description
/SYS/MB/T_AMB
Temperature
Motherboard ambient temperature sensor
/SYS/T_AMB
Temperature
Mirror of /SYS/MB/T_AMB
/SYS/MB/RFEM0/T_AMB Temperature
Temperature sensor on FEM
Fan Sensors
TABLE 2-5 describes the fan sensors.
TABLE 2-4
Fan Sensors
Sensor Name
Sensor Type
Description
/SYS/FM[0-5]/F[0-1]/TACH
Speed
Fan speed sensor
/SYS/FM[0-5]/ERR
Fault
Fan module error
FEM Sensor
TABLE 2-5 describes the Fabric Expansion Module (FEM) sensor.
TABLE 2-5
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FEM Sensor
Sensor Name
Sensor Type
Description
/SYS/MB/RFEM[0-1]/FAULT
Fault
Asserts when the FEM fails
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Power Supply Sensors
TABLE 2-6 describes the power supply sensors.
TABLE 2-6
Power Supply Unit Current, Voltage, and Power Sensors
Sensor Name
Sensor Type
Description
/SYS/PS[0-1]/PRSNT
Presence
Power supply presence sensor
/SYS/PS[0-1]/S[01]/V_IN_ERR
Fault
Power supply input voltage sensor
/SYS/PS[0-1]/S[01]/V_OUT_OK
Fault
Power supply output voltage fault
sensor
/SYS/VPS
Fault
Voltage and current monitor
Entity Presence Sensors
TABLE 2-7 describes the entity presence sensors. In the table, n designates numbers
0-n.
TABLE 2-7
Presence Sensors
Sensor Name
Sensor Type
Description
/SYS/HDD[0-3]/PRSNT
Entity presence
Storage device presence sensor
/SYS/PS[0-1]/PRSNT
Entity presence
Power supply presence sensor
/SYS/PEM[0-1]/PRSNT
Entity presence
PCI ExpressModule presence sensor
/SYS/NEM[0-1]/PRSNT
Entity presence
Network Express Module (NEM)
presence sensor
/SYS/CMM/PRSNT
Entity presence
Chassis Monitoring Module (CMM)
presence sensor
/SYS/BL[0-9]/PRSNT
Entity presence
Blade presence sensor
/SYS/SLOTID
Entity presence
Blade’s slot ID
/SYS/MB/P[0-1]/PRSNT
Entity presence
CPU presence sensor
/SYS/MB/P[0-1]/D[0-8]/PRSNT
Entity presence
DIMM presence sensor
/SYS/MB/RFEM[0-1]/PRSNT
Entity presence
Fabric Expansion Module (FEM)
presence sensor
/SYS/MB/REM/PRSNT
Entity presence
RAID Expansion Module (REM)
presence sensor
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System Indicators
TABLE 2-8 describes the system indicators.
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TABLE 2-8
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System Indicators
Sensor Name
Description
/SYS/OK
Front panel OK/Power green LED
/SYS/LOCATE
Front panel Locate white LED
/SYS/SERVICE
Front panel Service amber LED
/SYS/OK2RM
Front panel OK To Remove blue LED
/SYS/HDD[0-3]/OK2RM
Storage drive OK To Remove blue LED
/SYS/HDD[0-3]/SERVICE
Storage drive Service amber LED
/SYS/RFEM[0-1]/SERVICE
Storage drive RFEM Service indicator
/SYS/MB/P[0-1]/SERVICE
CPU Service indicator
/SYS/MB/P[0-1]/D[0-8]/SERVICE
DIMM Service indicator
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SNMP and PET Message Reference
Information
This section describes Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) and Platform
Event Trap (PET) messages that are generated by devices being monitored by ILOM.
■
“SNMP Traps” on page 21
■
“PET Event Messages” on page 27
SNMP Traps
SNMP Traps are generated by the SNMP agents that are installed on the SNMP
devices being managed by ILOM. ILOM receives the SNMP Traps and converts them
into SNMP event messages that appear in the event log. For more information about
the SNMP event messages that might be generated on your system, see TABLE 2-9.
TABLE 2-9
SNMP Event Messages
SNMP Trap Message
ILOM Event Message
Severity and Description
Sensor Name
sunHwTrapMemoryFault
fault.memory.channel.misconfig
ured
Major; A memory
component is
suspected of causing a
fault
/SYS/MB/P/D
sunHwTrapMemoryFault
Cleared
fault.memory.channel.misconfig
ured
Informational; A
memory component
fault has been cleared
/SYS/MB/P/D
sunHwTrapComponentFault
fault.memory.intel.dimm.none
Major; A memory
component is
suspected of causing a
fault
/SYS/MB
Memory SNMP Events
fault.memory.conroller.inputinvalid
fault.memory.controller.initfailed
fault.memory.intel.dimm.popul
ation-invalid
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SNMP Event Messages (Continued)
SNMP Trap Message
ILOM Event Message
Severity and Description
Sensor Name
sunHwTrapComponentFault
Cleared
fault.memory.intel.dimm.none
Informational; A
memory component
fault has been cleared
/SYS/MB
Major; A memory
component is
suspected of causing a
fault
/SYS/MB/P/D
Informational; A
memory component
fault has been cleared
/SYS/MB/P/D
/SYS/PS
fault.memory.conroller.inputinvalid
fault.memory.controller.initfailed
fault.memory.intel.dimm.popul
ation-invalid
sunHwTrapMemoryFault
fault.memory.intel.dimm.incom
patible
fault.memory.intel.dimm.incom
patible-maxranks
fault.memory.intel.dimm.incom
patible-quadrank
sunHwTrapMemoryFault
Cleared
fault.memory.intel.dimm.incom
patible
fault.memory.intel.dimm.incom
patible-maxranks
fault.memory.intel.dimm.incom
patible-quadrank
Environmental SNMP Events
sunHwTrapPowerSupplyFault
fault.chassis.env.power.loss
Major; A power
supply component is
suspected of causing a
fault
sunHwTrapPowerSupplyFault
Cleared
fault.chassis.env.power.loss
Informational; A
power supply
component fault has
been cleared
sunHwTrapComponentFault
fault.chassis.env.temp.over-fail
Major; A component is
suspected of causing a
fault
sunHwTrapComponentFault
Cleared
fault.chassis.env.temp.over-fail
Informational; A
component fault has
been cleared
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SNMP Event Messages (Continued)
SNMP Trap Message
ILOM Event Message
Severity and Description
Sensor Name
sunHwTrapTempCritThreshold
Exceeded
Lower critical threshold
exceeded
Major; A temperature
sensor has reported
that its value has gone
above an upper critical
threshold setting or
below a lower critical
threshold setting
/SYS/DBP/T_A
MB
sunHwTrapTempCritThreshold
Deasserted
Lower critical threshold no
longer exceeded
Informational; A
temperature sensor
has reported that its
value is in the normal
operating range
sunHwTrapTempNonCrit
ThresholdExceeded
Upper noncritical threshold
exceeded
Minor; A temperature
sensor has reported
that its value has gone
above an upper critical
threshold setting or
below a lower critical
threshold setting
sunHwTrapTempOk
Upper noncritical threshold no
longer exceeded
Informational; A
temperature sensor
has reported that its
value is in the normal
operating range
sunHwTrapTempFatalThreshol
dExceeded
Lower fatal threshold exceeded
Critical; A
temperature sensor
has reported that its
value has gone above
an upper fatal
threshold setting or
below a lower fatal
threshold setting
sunHwTrapTempFatalThreshol
dDeasserted
Lower fatal threshold no longer
exceeded
Informational; A
temperature sensor
has reported that its
value has gone below
an upper fatal
threshold setting or
above a lower fatal
threshold setting
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TABLE 2-9
SNMP Event Messages (Continued)
SNMP Trap Message
ILOM Event Message
Severity and Description
Sensor Name
sunHwTrapTempFatalThreshol
dExceeded
Upper fatal threshold exceeded
Critical; A
temperature sensor
has reported that its
value has gone above
an upper fatal
threshold setting or
below a lower fatal
threshold setting
/SYS/T_AMB
sunHwTrapTempCritThreshold
Exceeded
Upper critical threshold
exceeded
Major; A temperature
sensor has reported
that its value has gone
above an upper critical
threshold setting or
below a lower critical
threshold setting
sunHwTrapTempCritThreshold
Deasserted
Upper critical threshold no
longer exceeded
Informational; A
temperature sensor
has reported that its
value is in the normal
operating range
sunHwTrapTempFatalThreshol
dDeasserted
Upper fatal threshold no longer
exceeded
Informational; A
temperature sensor
has reported that its
value has gone below
an upper fatal
threshold setting or
above a lower fatal
threshold setting
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SNMP Event Messages (Continued)
SNMP Trap Message
ILOM Event Message
Severity and Description
Sensor Name
sunHwTrapComponentError
Assert
Major; A power
supply sensor has
detected an error
sunHwTrapComponentOk
Deassert
Informational; A
power supply sensor
has returned to its
normal state
/SYS/HOT
/SYS/PSn/Sn/V_
OUT_OK
/SYS/PSn/Sn/V_
OUT_OK
/SYS/PSn/Sn/V_
OUT_OK
/SYS/PSn/Sn/V_
OUT_OK
/SYS/PSn/Sn/V_
OUT_OK
/SYS/PSn/Sn/V_
OUT_OK
sunHwTrapComponentFault
fault.chassis.device.missing
Major; A component is
suspected of causing a
fault
sunHwTrapComponentFault
Cleared
fault.chassis.device.missing
Informational; A
component fault has
been cleared
sunHwTrapComponentFault
fault.chassis.device.fail
Major; A component is
suspected of causing a
fault
sunHwTrapComponentFault
Cleared
fault.chassis.device.fail
Informational;
A component fault has
been cleared
sunHwTrapIOFault
fault.chassis.device.fail
Major; A component
in the IO subsystem is
suspected of causing a
fault
sunHwTrapIOFaultCleared
fault.chassis.device.fail
Informational; An IO
subsystem component
fault has been cleared
Device SNMP Events
/SYS/
/SYS/CMM
/SYS/NEM
Power Supply SNMP Events
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TABLE 2-9
SNMP Event Messages (Continued)
SNMP Trap Message
ILOM Event Message
Severity and Description
Sensor Name
sunHwTrapPowerSupplyError
Assert
Major; A power
supply sensor has
detected an error
/SYS/PWRBS
sunHwTrapPowerSupplyOk
Deassert
Informational; A
power supply sensor
has returned to its
normal state
sunHwTrapPowerSupplyFault
fault.chassis.env.power.loss
Major; A power
supply component is
suspected of causing a
fault
sunHwTrapPowerSupplyFault
Cleared
fault.chassis.env.power.loss
Informational; A
power supply
component fault has
been cleared
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/SYS/PS
/SYS/PS
PET Event Messages
PET event messages are generated by systems with Alert Standard Format (ASF) or
an IPMI baseboard management controller. The PET events provide advance
warning of possible system failures. For more information about the PET event
messages that might occur on your system, see TABLE 2-10.
TABLE 2-10
PET Event Messages
PET Event Message
ILOM Event Message
Severity and Description
Sensor Name
petTrapPowerUnitState
DeassertedAssert
PowerSupply sensor
ASSERT
Critical; A run-time
power fault has occurred
/SYS/PWRBS
petTrapPowerSupplyStat
eAssertedAssert
PowerSupply sensor
DEASSERT
Informational; Power
supply is connected to
AC Power
System Power Events
Entity Present Events
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TABLE 2-10
PET Event Messages (Continued)
PET Event Message
ILOM Event Message
petTrapProcessorPresence EntityPresence Insert
DetectedDeassert
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Severity and Description
Sensor Name
Critical; A processor is
absent or has been
removed.
/SYS/HOSTPOWER
/SYS/CMM/PRSNT
/SYS/MB/REM/PRSNT
/SYS/MB/RFEM0/PRSNT
/SYS/MB/RFEM1/PRSNT
/SYS/PEM0/PRSNT
/SYS/PEM1/PRSNT
/SYS/MB/P0/PRSNT
/SYS/MB/P1/PRSNT
/SYS/MB/P0/D0/PRSNT
/SYS/MB/P0/D1/PRSNT
/SYS/MB/P0/D2/PRSNT
/SYS/MB/P0/D3/PRSNT
/SYS/MB/P0/D4/PRSNT
/SYS/MB/P0/D5/PRSNT
/SYS/MB/P0/D6/PRSNT
/SYS/MB/P0/D7/PRSNT
/SYS/MB/P0/D8/PRSNT
/SYS/MB/P1/D0/PRSNT
/SYS/MB/P1/D1/PRSNT
/SYS/MB/P1/D2/PRSNT
/SYS/MB/P1/D3/PRSNT
/SYS/MB/P1/D4/PRSNT
/SYS/MB/P1/D5/PRSNT
/SYS/MB/P1/D6/PRSNT
/SYS/MB/P1/D7/PRSNT
/SYS/MB/P1/D8/PRSNT
/SYS/HDD0/PRSNT
/SYS/HDD1/PRSNT
/SYS/HDD2/PRSNT
/SYS/HDD3/PRSNT>
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PET Event Messages (Continued)
PET Event Message
ILOM Event Message
Severity and Description
petTrapProcessorPresence
DetectedDeassert
(continued)
petTrapEntityPresenceDe
viceInsertedAssert
Sensor Name
/SYS/NEM0/PRSNT
/SYS/NEM1/PRSNT
/SYS/BL0/PRSNT
/SYS/BL1/PRSNT
/SYS/BL2/PRSNT
/SYS/BL3/PRSNT
/SYS/PS0/PRSNT
/SYS/PS1/PRSNT
/SYS/PS2/PRSNT
/SYS/PS3/PRSNT
EntityPresence
Remove
Chapter 2
Informational; A device is
present or has been
inserted
/SYS/HOSTPOWER
/SYS/CMM/PRSNT
/SYS/MB/REM/PRSNT
/SYS/MB/RFEM0/PRSNT
/SYS/MB/RFEM1/PRSNT
/SYS/PEM0/PRSNT
/SYS/PEM1/PRSNT
/SYS/MB/P0/PRSNT
/SYS/MB/P1/PRSNT
/SYS/MB/P0/D0/PRSNT
/SYS/MB/P0/D1/PRSNT
/SYS/MB/P0/D2/PRSNT
/SYS/MB/P0/D3/PRSNT
/SYS/MB/P0/D4/PRSNT
/SYS/MB/P0/D5/PRSNT
/SYS/MB/P0/D6/PRSNT
/SYS/MB/P0/D7/PRSNT
/SYS/MB/P0/D8/PRSNT
/SYS/MB/P1/D0/PRSNT
/SYS/MB/P1/D1/PRSNT
/SYS/MB/P1/D2/PRSNT
/SYS/MB/P1/D3/PRSNT
/SYS/MB/P1/D4/PRSNT
/SYS/MB/P1/D5/PRSNT
/SYS/BL0/PRSNT
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PET Event Messages (Continued)
PET Event Message
ILOM Event Message
Severity and Description
Sensor Name
petTrapEntityPresenceDe
viceInsertedAssert
(continued)
EntityPresence
Remove
Informational; A device is
present or has been
inserted
/SYS/MB/P1/D6/PRSNT
/SYS/MB/P1/D7/PRSNT
/SYS/MB/P1/D8/PRSNT
/SYS/HDD0/PRSNT
/SYS/HDD1/PRSNT
/SYS/HDD2/PRSNT
/SYS/HDD3/PRSNT
/SYS/NEM0/PRSNT
/SYS/NEM1/PRSNT
/SYS/BL1/PRSNT
/SYS/BL2/PRSNT
/SYS/BL3/PRSNT
/SYS/PS0/PRSNT
/SYS/PS1/PRSNT
/SYS/PS2/PRSNT
/SYS/PS3/PRSNT
petTrapTemperatureState
DeassertedDeassert
Temperature sensor
ASSERT
Informational;
Temperature event
occured
/SYS/HOT
petTrapTemperatureState
DeassertedDeassert
Temperature sensor
DEASSERT
Critical; Temperature
event occured
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PET Event Messages (Continued)
PET Event Message
ILOM Event Message
Severity and Description
Sensor Name
petTrapTemperatureUppe Temperature Upper
rNonRecoverableGoingL non-critical threshold
owDeassert
has been exceeded
Major; Temperature has
/SYS/MB/T_AMB
decreased below upper
non-recoverable threshold
petTrapTemperatureState
AssertedAssert
Critical; Temperature
event occured. Possible
cause: CPU is too hot.
Temperature Upper
non-critical threshold
no longer exceeded
petTrapTemperatureUppe Temperature Lower
rCriticalGoingHigh
fatal threshold has
been exceeded
Major; Temperature has
increased above upper
critical threshold
petTrapTemperatureUppe Temperature Lower
rCriticalGoingLowDeasse fatal threshold no
rt
longer exceeded
Warning; Temperature
has decreased below
upper critical threshold
petTrapTemperatureLowe Temperature Lower
rNonCriticalGoingLow
critical threshold has
been exceeded
Warning; Temperature
has decreased below
lower non-critical
threshold
petTrapTemperatureLowe Temperature Lower
rNonCriticalGoingHighD critical threshold no
eassert
longer exceeded
Informational;
Temperature has returned
to normal
petTrapTemperatureUppe Temperature Upper
rNonCriticalGoingHigh
critical threshold has
been exceeded
Warning; Temperature
has increased above
upper non-critical
threshold
petTrapTemperatureUppe Temperature Upper
rNonCriticalGoingLowDe critical threshold no
assert
longer exceeded
Informational;
Temperature has returned
to normal
petTrapTemperatureLowe Temperature Lower
rCriticalGoingLow
fatal threshold has
been exceeded
Major; Temperature has
decreased below lower
critical threshold
petTrapTemperatureLowe Temperature Lower
rCriticalGoingHighDeass fatal threshold no
ert
longer exceeded
Warning; Temperature
has increased above
lower critical threshold
petTrapTemperatureLowe Temperature Lower
rNonRecoverableGoingH non-critical threshold
ighDeassert
has been exceeded
Major; Temperature has
increased above lower
non-recoverable threshold
petTrapTemperatureUppe Temperature Lower
rNonRecoverableGoingH non-critical threshold
igh
no longer exceeded
Critical; Temperature has
increased above upper
non-recoverable threshold
Component, Device, and Firmware Events
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PET Event Messages (Continued)
PET Event Message
ILOM Event Message
Severity and Description
Sensor Name
petTrapOEMStateDeasser
tedAssert
OEMReserved sensor
ASSERT
Informational; A fault has
occurred (OEM State
Deasserted assert)
/SYS/MB/RFEMn/FAULT
petTrapOEMPredictiveFai OEMReserved sensor
lureAsserted
DEASSERT
Major;
OEM Predictive Failure
Asserted
petTrapOEMPredictiveFai OEMReserved
lureDeasserted
reporting Predictive
Failure
Informational;
OEM Predictive Failure
Deasserted
petTrapSystemFirmwareE OEMReserved Return
rror
to normal
Informational;
System Firmware Error
reported
petTrapModuleBoardTran Module Transition to
sitionToRunningAssert
Running assert
Informational
/SYS/NEMn/STATE
/SYS/NEMn/STATE
/SYS/BLn/STATE
/SYS/BLn/STATE
/SYS/BLn/STATE
/SYS/BLn/STATE
petTrapModuleBoardTran Module Transition to
sitionToInTestAssert
In Test assert
Informational
/SYS/NEMn/STATE
/SYS/NEMn/STATE
/SYS/BLn/STATE
/SYS/BLn/STATE
/SYS/BLn/STATE
/SYS/BLn/STATE
petTrapModuleBoardTran Module Transition to
sitionToPowerOffAssert
Power Off assert
Informational
/SYS/NEMn/STATE
/SYS/NEMn/STATE
/SYS/BLn/STATE
/SYS/BLn/STATE
/SYS/BLn/STATE
/SYS/BLn/STATE
petTrapModuleBoardTran Module Transition to
sitionToOnLineAssert
On Line assert
Informational
/SYS/NEMn/STATE
/SYS/NEMn/STATE
/SYS/BLn/STATE
/SYS/BLn/STATE
/SYS/BLn/STATE
/SYS/BLn/STATE
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/SYS/CMM/ERR
/SYS/NEMn/ERR
/SYS/NEMn/ERR
/SYS/BLn/ERR
/SYS/BLn/ERR
/SYS/BLn/ERR
/SYS/BLn/ERR
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PET Event Messages (Continued)
PET Event Message
ILOM Event Message
Severity and Description
Sensor Name
Undocumented PET
1378820
Module Transition to
Off Line assert
Informational
/SYS/NEMn/STATE
/SYS/NEMn/STATE
/SYS/BLn/STATE
/SYS/BLn/STATE
/SYS/BLn/STATE
/SYS/BLn/STATE
petTrapModuleBoardTran Module Transition to
sitionToOffDutyAssert
Off Duty assert
Informational
/SYS/NEMn/STATE
/SYS/NEMn/STATE
/SYS/BLn/STATE
/SYS/BLn/STATE
/SYS/BLn/STATE
/SYS/BLn/STATE
petTrapModuleBoardTran Module Transition to
sitionToDegradedAssert
Degraded assert
Informational
/SYS/NEMn/STATE
/SYS/NEMn/STATE
/SYS/BLn/STATE
/SYS/BLn/STATE
/SYS/BLn/STATE
/SYS/BLn/STATE
petTrapModuleBoardTran Module Transition to
sitionToPowerSaveAssert Power Save assert
Informational
/SYS/NEMn/STATE
/SYS/NEMn/STATE
/SYS/BLn/STATE
/SYS/BLn/STATE
/SYS/BLn/STATE
/SYS/BLn/STATE
petTrapModuleBoardInst
allErrorAssert
Informational
/SYS/NEMn/STATE
/SYS/NEMn/STATE
/SYS/BLn/STATE
/SYS/BLn/STATE
/SYS/BLn/STATE
/SYS/BLn/STATE
Informational; Voltage
event occured
/SYS/PSn/V_OUT_OK
/SYS/PSn/V_OUT_OK
/SYS/PSn/V_OUT_OK
/SYS/PSn/V_OUT_OK
Module Install Error
assert
Power Supply Events
petTrapVoltageStateDeass Voltage sensor
ertedDeassert
ASSERT
petTrapVoltageStateAsser
tedDeassert
Voltage sensor
DEASSERT
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PET Event Messages (Continued)
PET Event Message
ILOM Event Message
Severity and Description
Sensor Name
Undocumented PET
132097
Voltage reporting
Predictive Failure
Informational
Undocumented PET
132096
Voltage Return to
normal
Informational
/SYS/PSn/V_IN_ERR
/SYS/PSn/V_IN_ERR
/SYS/PSn/V_IN_ERR
/SYS/PSn/V_IN_ERR
petTrapFanPredictiveFail
ureDeasserted
Fan reporting
Predictive Failure
Informational; Fan
Predictive Failure state
has been cleared
petTrapFanLowerNonRec
overableGoingLow
Fan Return to normal
Critical; Fan speed has
decreased below lower
non-recoverable
threshold. Fan failed or
removed.
Fan Events
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/SYS/FMn/ERR
/SYS/FMn/ERR
/SYS/FMn/ERR
/SYS/FMn/ERR
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Index
A
P
Alert Standard Format (ASF), 27
B
Platform Event Trap (PET)
event messages, 27
Preboot Menu, 14
BIOS
firmware versions supported, 4
R
related documents, vii
C
chassis intrusion sensor
benefits, 17
D
documentation
feedback, ix
related documents, vii
F
features
platform specific, 3
H
Hardware Management Pack, 4
documentation, 6
download software, 6
server management tasks, 5
support matrix, 6
I
ILOM
Documentation Collection, 2
firmware versions supported, 4
overview, 1
S
sensors
entity presence, 19
ESM, 18
fan, 18
FEM, 18
power supply, 19
temperature, 18
sensors and indicators
system, 20
serial port
setup requirements, 14
switching, 14
server faults
cleared manually, 16
clearing, 16
DIMMs, 17
procedure for clearing, 17
sideband management
advantage of using, 7
configuring, 8
loss of connectivity, 7
ports available, 7
purpose, 7
35
Simple Network Management Protocol
trap messages, 21
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