Power Systems: Managing system management services

Power Systems
Managing system management services
Power Systems
Managing system management services
Note
Before using this information and the product it supports, read the information in “Notices,” on
page 19, “Safety notices” on page v, the IBM Systems Safety Notices manual, G229-9054, and the
IBM Environmental Notices and User Guide, Z125–5823.
This edition applies to IBM Power Systems™ servers that contain the POWER6 processor and to all associated
models.
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with IBM Corp.
Contents
Safety notices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . v
Managing system management services. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
What’s new in Managing system management services . .
Starting system management services . . . . . . . .
Starting system management services with an HMC . .
Starting system management services without an HMC .
Using system management services. . . . . . . . .
Menus and descriptions . . . . . . . . . . .
Main menu and navigation . . . . . . . . . .
Selecting the language in system management services .
Setting up a remote IPL . . . . . . . . . . .
Selecting the BOOTP option . . . . . . . . .
Selecting the ISCSI option . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring adapters . . . . . . . . . . . .
Selecting the speed, duplex option . . . . . . .
Selecting the spanning tree enabled option . . . .
Selecting the Protocol option . . . . . . . .
Changing SCSI settings . . . . . . . . . . .
Selecting the console . . . . . . . . . . . .
Selecting boot options . . . . . . . . . . . .
Selecting to install or boot a device . . . . . .
Selecting boot device order . . . . . . . . .
Multiboot startup . . . . . . . . . . . .
Power-on self-test keys . . . . . . . . . . . .
Exiting system management services . . . . . . . .
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Safety notices
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Power and cabling information for NEBS (Network Equipment-Building System)
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The following comments apply to the IBM servers that have been designated as conforming to NEBS
(Network Equipment-Building System) GR-1089-CORE:
The equipment is suitable for installation in the following:
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v Locations where the NEC (National Electrical Code) applies
The intrabuilding ports of this equipment are suitable for connection to intrabuilding or unexposed
wiring or cabling only. The intrabuilding ports of this equipment must not be metallically connected to the
interfaces that connect to the OSP (outside plant) or its wiring. These interfaces are designed for use as
intrabuilding interfaces only (Type 2 or Type 4 ports as described in GR-1089-CORE) and require isolation
from the exposed OSP cabling. The addition of primary protectors is not sufficient protection to connect
these interfaces metallically to OSP wiring.
Note: All Ethernet cables must be shielded and grounded at both ends.
The ac-powered system does not require the use of an external surge protection device (SPD).
The dc-powered system employs an isolated DC return (DC-I) design. The DC battery return terminal
shall not be connected to the chassis or frame ground.
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Managing system management services
Use the menus within system management services (SMS) to view information about your system or
partition and to perform tasks such as changing the boot list and setting the network parameters. These
menus can be used for AIX® or Linux® logical partitions.
What’s new in Managing system management services
Read about new or significantly changed information in Managing system management services since the
previous update of this topic collection.
October 2009
The following updates have been made to the content:
v Updated “Starting system management services with an HMC.”
v Added information regarding languages in “Selecting the language in system management services” on
page 4.
v Added enhancements for the Speed, Duplex option in “Selecting the speed, duplex option” on page 9.
Starting system management services
Learn how to start system management services (SMS) from a partitioned or nonpartitioned server.
Important: If you have an IBM Power 520 Express™, IBM Power 550 Express, IBM Power 570, or IBM
Power 575 and were directed here from the installation instructions, you must set the altitude setting
before returning to the installation instructions.
Related concepts
“Power-on self-test keys” on page 17
The power-on self-test (POST) keys can start services or initiate service mode boots used for configuring
the system and diagnosing problems.
Related information
Changing the altitude setting
Starting system management services with an HMC
Learn how to start system management services (SMS) from a Hardware Management Console (HMC).
If you have an HMC, complete one of the following tasks:
Requirement: The logical partition must be shut down.
v Using the HMC, activate the logical partition. (If a VTERM on the HMC is the firmware console for the
logical partition that is being restarted, open the VTERM.)
Note: If you are not on the local HMC, you need to enable the HMC to open VTERM. To do enable
VTERM, select HMC Management → Remote virtual terminal and select Enable remote virtual
terminal connections.
v Using the HMC, change the logical partition profile properties.
1. In the navigation area, select Systems Management → Servers.
2. In the navigation area, select the managed system that you want to work with.
3. In the contents area, select the logical partition that you want to work with.
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Select Tasks → Operations → Activate.
In the Activate Logical Partition window, click Advanced.
In the Keylock position field, select Normal, and in the Book mode field select SMS.
Click OK.
If you want a console for this session, select Open a terminal window or console session, and click
OK.
The system starts and the SMS menus are shown.
Starting system management services without an HMC
Learn how to start system management services (SMS) without a Hardware Management Console (HMC)
using the Advanced System Management Interface (ASMI), the control panel, or from the AIX operating
system.
If you have are not using an HMC to start the system management services, complete one of the
following tasks:
v If the ASMI is available on a network-attached console and the system is in standby state, complete the
following steps:
1. On the ASMI Welcome window, specify the ADMIN user ID and password, and click Log In.
2. In the navigation area, expand Power/Restart Control and select Power On/Off System.
3. Click Save settings and continue system server firmware boot.
4. Look for the POST indicators memory, keyboard, network, scsi, speaker, which display across the
bottom of the firmware console. For details, see “Power-on self-test keys” on page 17.
5. Press the numeric 1 key after the word keyboard is displayed and before the word speaker is
displayed.
v If the ASMI is not available and the system is in standby, complete the following steps:
1. Press the power button on the control panel.
2. Look for the POST indicators memory, keyboard, network, scsi, speaker, which display across the
bottom of the firmware console. For details, see Power-on self-test keys.
3. Press the numeric 1 key after the word keyboard is displayed and before the word speaker is
displayed.
v If the ASMI is not available and the system has already booted the AIX operating system, complete the
following steps:
1. Reboot the operating system.
2. Look for the POST indicators memory, keyboard, network, scsi, speaker, which display across the
bottom of the firmware console. For details, see Power-on self-test keys.
3. Press the numeric 1 key after the word keyboard is displayed and before the word speaker is
displayed.
Using system management services
Learn how the system management services (SMS) menus can help you manage your system.
Related tasks
“Starting system management services” on page 1
Learn how to start system management services (SMS) from a partitioned or nonpartitioned server.
Menus and descriptions
There are many tasks that you can access using the system management services (SMS) menus.
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If you have not performed the steps to start the system management services, see “Starting system
management services” on page 1.
Notes:
v If the firmware console is a graphics terminal, you might need to enter the password for the service
processor’s admin user that was set using the Advanced System Management Interface (ASMI).
v In a partitioned server, SMS menus display only those devices that are assigned to the partition that is
being booted. In a partition that uses all the resources in a server, SMS menus display all devices in the
system.
v In some of the following example menus, Un is used in place of Ufeature_code.model.serial number for
legibility.
The following table contains the titles of the menus or tasks that can be accessed using the SMS menus.
Use it to access and review the specific task that you want.
Table 1. SMS menus and descriptions
Menu or task
Description
Main menu
Describes the opening menu when first starting SMS.
Select language
You can change the language used by the SMS menus.
Setup remote IPL
You can enable and set up the remote startup capability of your server.
Adapter configuration
You can set the network speed, enable or disable spanning tree, and set the
protocol.
Speed, duplex
You can set the interface speed at which the adapter runs and select half or
full duplex.
Spanning tree enabled
You can enable or disable the spanning tree option.
Protocol
You can set the appropriate protocol for your network.
Ping test
You can test an adapter’s network connection to a remote system.
Advanced setup: BOOTP
You can view and modify the BOOTP values.
Change SCSI settings
You can view and change the addresses of the SCSI controllers attached to
your system.
Select console
You can select which console to use to display the SMS menus.
Select boot options
You can view and set various options regarding the installation devices and
boot devices. The Select boot options menu gives you the following options:
Select Install or Boot Device, Select Boot Devices, or Multiboot Startup.
Normal mode boot or service mode
boot
You can have your system perform a boot in the normal or service mode.
Hard drive
Displays a menu identifying the different types of hard drives installed on
your system, for example, SCSI.
Set boot sequence
You can set the location of the device in the boot list. Options include:
display current settings, restore default settings, multiboot startup, and
exiting system management services.
Main menu and navigation
The main menu gives you access to selecting language, performing IPLs, and more.
After the SMS starts, the following menu is displayed.
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Main Menu
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Select Language
Setup Remote IPL (Initial Program Load)
Change SCSI Settings
Select Console
Select Boot Options
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Navigation keys:
X = eXit System Management Services
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Type the number of the menu item and press Enter or Select a Navigation key: _
On all menus except the main menu, there are several navigation keys:
M
Return to the main menu.
ESC
Return to the previous menu.
X
Exit the SMS and start the operating system.
If you enter X, you are asked to confirm your choice to exit the SMS menus and start the
operating system.
When there is more than one page of information to display, there are two additional navigation keys:
N
Display the next page of the list.
P
Display the previous page of the list.
Note: The lowercase navigation key has the same effect as the uppercase key that is shown on the menu.
For example, m or M returns you to the main menu.
On each menu, you are given the option of choosing a menu item and pressing Enter (if applicable), or
selecting a navigation key.
Selecting the language in system management services
You can choose from among 20 language options in the system management services.
When you select the Select Language option, you can change the language used by the SMS menus.
Note: If you are using an ASCII terminal, it must support the ISO-8859 character set to correctly display
languages other than English.
The
1.
2.
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4.
available languages include the following:
ISO8859–1 English (United States)
ISO8859–1 French
ISO8859–1 German
ISO8859–1 Italian
5. ISO8859–1 Spanish
6. IS08859-1 Portuguese (Brazil)
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BIG5 Chinese (Traditional)
GB2312 Chinese (Simplified)
EUC-JP Japanese
EUC-KR Korean
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UTF-8 English (United States)
UTF-8 Spanish
UTF-8 French
UTF-8 German
UTF-8 Italian
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UTF-8
UTF-8
UTF-8
UTF-8
UTF-8
Portuguese (Brazil)
Chinese (Traditional)
Chinese (Simplified UTF)
Japanese
Korean
Setting up a remote IPL
Learn how to set up a remote initial program load (IPL) using the (SMS) menus.
When you select the Setup Remote IPL option you can enable and set up the remote startup capability of
your server or logical partition. A list of network interface card (NIC) adapters in the server is displayed.
An example of this menu follows:
Attention: In a partitioned server, only those network adapters that have been assigned to the partition
being booted are displayed in the NIC Adapters menu. In a single partition system, all network adapters
in the system are listed in the adapter parameters menu.
An example of the NIC Adapters menu follows.
NIC Adapters
Device
1. Port 1 - 2 PORT Gigabit Et
2. Port 2 - 2 PORT Gigabit Et
3. 10/100/1000 Base-TX PCI-X
Slot
Un-P1-T9
Un-P1-T10
Un-CB1-C03-T1
Hardware Address
00096bff616b
00096bff616a
000295e3814f
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Navigation keys:
M = return to main menu
ESC key = return to previous screen
X = eXit System Management Services
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Type the number of the menu item and press Enter or Select a Navigation key: _
When you select an adapter, the Select Network Service menu is displayed.
Select Network Service
No alias
: Port 1-IBM 2 PORT 1000 Base-SX PCI-X Adapter: Un-P1-T7
1. BOOTP
2. ISCSI
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Navigation keys:
M = return to main menu
ESC key = return to previous screen
X = eXit System Management Services
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Type menu item number and press Enter or select Navigation key: _
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Related tasks
“Using system management services” on page 2
Learn how the system management services (SMS) menus can help you manage your system.
Selecting the BOOTP option
If you select BOOTP, the adapter is set up (and the network parameters are entered) as usual. The
Network Parameters menu is displayed.
After you select BOOTP on the Select Network Service menu, the Network Parameters menu is
displayed.
Network Parameters
Port 1 - 2 PORT Gigabit Et
1. IP Parameters
2. Adapter Parameters
3. Ping Test
4. Advanced Setup: BOOTP
Un-P1-T9
00096bff616b
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Navigation keys:
M = return to main menu
ESC key = return to previous screen
X = eXit System Management Services
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Type the number of the menu item and press Enter or Select a Navigation key: _
Selecting the IP (Internet Protocol) parameters option displays the following menu.
IP Parameters
Port 1 - 2 PORT Gigabit Et
Un-P1-T9
00096bff616b
1. Client IP Address
[9.8.38.50]
2. Server IP Address
[9.8.38.51]
3. Gateway IP Address
[9.8.38.1]
4. Subnet Mask
[255.255.255.000]
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Navigation keys:
M = return to main menu
ESC key = return to previous screen
X = eXit System Management Services
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Type the number of the menu item and press Enter or Select a Navigation key: _
To change IP parameters, type the number of the parameters for which you want to change the value.
Entering IP parameters on this menu automatically updates the parameters on the ping test menu.
Select the Ping Test option from the Network Parameters menu to test the network connection of an
adapter to a remote system. After you select the ping test option, the same series of menus takes you
through setting up the IP parameters and the adapter configuration before you attempt the ping test.
Notes:
v After you start the ping test, it might take 60 seconds or longer to return a result.
v After the ping test passes or fails, the firmware stops and waits for a key to be pressed before
continuing.
Select the Advanced Setup: BOOTP option from the Network Parameters menu to view and change the
BOOTP values. The values 5, 512, and 5 are the respective default values for the following options.
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Advanced Setup: BOOTP
Port 1-IBM 2 PORT 1000 Base-SX PCI-X Adapter: U788D.001.23A0034-P1-T7
1. Bootp Retries
5
2. Bootp Blocksize 512
3. TFTP Retries
5
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Navigation keys:
M = return to main menu
ESC key = return to previous screen
X = eXit System Management Services
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Type the number of the menu item and press Enter or Select a Navigation key: _
Selecting the ISCSI option
If you select ISCSI, you can select which iSCSI alias to set up with network parameters. You also have
the boot once option, in which the iSCSI parameters are not saved. When you finish using the iSCSI
menus, you can choose any of the other menus or tasks that are listed in Using system management
services.
ISCSI Alias Selection
No alias
: Port 1-IBM 2 PORT 1000 Base-SX PCI-X Adapter: Un-P1-T7
1. ISCSI_DISK1
2. ISCSI_DISK2
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Navigation keys:
M = return to main menu
ESC key = return to previous screen
X = eXit System Management Services
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Type menu item number and press Enter or select Navigation key: _
If you choose either of the first two options, the following menu is displayed. Automatic discovery saves
only the default iSCSI parameters and Enter Static Parameters saves the user parameters.
ISCSI Discovery Selection
iscsi_disk1: Port 1-IBM 2 PORT 1000 Base-SX PCI-X Adapter: Un-P1-T7
1. Enter Static Parameters.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Navigation keys:
M = return to main menu
ESC key = return to previous screen
X = eXit System Management Services
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Type menu item number and press Enter or select Navigation key: _
When you choose Enter Static Parameters, the following menu is displayed. Use this menu to set the
initiator parameters. Select Enter Target Parameters to set the target parameters.
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ISCSI Initiator Parameters
iscsi_disk1: Port 1-IBM 2 PORT 1000 Base-SX PCI-X Adapter: Un-P1-T7
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Client IP Address [ ]
Gateway IP Address [ ]
Subnet Mask
[ ]
Initiator Name.
Enter Target Parameters.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Navigation keys:
M = return to main menu
ESC key = return to previous screen
X = eXit System Management Services
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Type menu item number and press Enter or select Navigation key: _
Use the ISCSI Target Parameters menu to set the target parameters. Select Target Name to set the target’s
name.
ISCSI Target Parameters
iscsi_disk1: Port 1-IBM 2 PORT 1000 Base-SX PCI-X Adapter: Un-P1-T7
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4.
Target IP Address [ ]
ISCSI PORT
[3260]
Target lun
[0]
Set ISCSI Target Name
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Navigation keys:
M = return to main menu
ESC key = return to previous screen
X = eXit System Management Services
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Type menu item number and press Enter or select Navigation key: _
If you select Set ISCSI Target Name on the ISCSI Target Parameters menu, the following menu is
displayed.
Enter Target Name
iscsi_disk1: Port 1-IBM 2 PORT 1000 Base-SX PCI-X Adapter: Un-P1-T7
Must be at least 4 characters.
Press Backspace key to delete.
Press Enter
key to save.
Press Esc
key to exit without saving name.
1. Clear Current Name.
2. Edit Current Name.
[ ]
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Navigation keys:
M = return to main menu
ESC key = return to previous screen
X = eXit System Management Services
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Type menu item number and press Enter or select Navigation key: _
The initiator name is required if the adapter that you selected on the NIC Adapters menu for the iSCSI
network is a network adapter (for example, Ethernet). If the selected adapter is a TCP/IP over Ethernet
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or TCP/IP offload engine adapter, then the initiator name is in the microcode on the adapter and does
not have to be set by the user. Select Initiator Name on the ISCSI Initiator Parameters menu to set the
initiator name. The following menu is displayed.
Enter Initiator Name
iscsi_disk1: Port 1-IBM 2 PORT 1000 Base-SX PCI-X Adapter: Un-P1-T7
Must be at least 4 characters.
Press Backspace key to delete.
Press Enter
key to save.
Press Esc
key to exit without saving name.
1. Clear Current Name.
2. Edit Current Name.
[ ]
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Navigation keys:
M = return to main menu
ESC key = return to previous screen
X = eXit System Management Services
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Type menu item number and press Enter or select Navigation key: _
Configuring adapters
You can set the network speed, enable or disable the spanning tree, and set the protocol.
When you select the Adapter Configuration option, you can set the network speed, enable or disable the
spanning tree, and set the protocol as shown in the following menu.
Adapter Configuration
Port 1 - 2 PORT Gigabit Et
1. Speed, Duplex
2. Spanning Tree Enabled
3. Protocol
Un-P1-T9
00096bff616b
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Navigation keys:
M = return to main menu
ESC key = return to previous screen
X = eXit System Management Services
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Type the number of the menu item and press Enter or Select a Navigation key: _
Selecting the speed, duplex option
When you select the Speed, Duplex option, the next Adapter Configuration menu is displayed.
An example of the Adapter Configuration menu follows. The only option on this menu is auto, auto.
With this option, the adapter sets its network parameters for optimum performance.
You can set the interface speed at which the adapter runs.
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Adapter Configuration
Port 1 - 2 PORT Gigabit Et
1.
Un-P1-T9
00096bff616b
auto, auto
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Navigation keys:
M = return to main menu
ESC key = return to previous screen
X = eXit System Management Services
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Type the number of the menu item and press Enter or Select a Navigation key: _
Selecting the spanning tree enabled option
When you select the Spanning Tree Enabled option, you can enable or disable the spanning tree.
If this option is enabled, because the network to which the system is being attached supports spanning
trees, the firmware imposes a waiting period of up to 60 seconds before the adapter can communicate
with the network. If this option is disabled, the network adapter can access the network immediately
after the system is connected.
The spanning tree protocol is a link-management protocol that provides path redundancy while
preventing duplicate loops in a network. The spanning tree option is enabled or disabled on the network
switch. If the LAN adapter port being configured, by using the SMS adapter menus, is attached to a
network switch that has the spanning tree protocol enabled, the spanning tree option on the Adapter
Configuration menu remains enabled, which is the default. If the network switch does not support the
spanning tree protocol, or it is disabled, the spanning tree option on the Adapter Configuration menu
can be disabled. Leaving this option enabled does not affect the operation of the adapter. This setting
potentially affects the ping test and NIM installation. If the spanning tree setting on the port is disabled,
but it is enabled on the network switch to which it is attached, the ping test and NIM installation might
fail even though the network and the adapter are operational.
Selecting the Protocol option
When you select the Protocol option, you can set the appropriate protocol for your network.
An example of the Protocol menu follows.
Protocol
Port 1 - 2 PORT Gigabit Et
Un-P1-T9
00096bff616b
1. Standard <===
2. IEEE802.3
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Navigation keys:
M = return to main menu
ESC key = return to previous screen
X = eXit System Management Services
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Type the number of the menu item and press Enter or Select a Navigation key: _
Changing SCSI settings
You can view and change the addresses of the SCSI controllers attached to your system.
When you select the Change SCSI Settings option, you can view and change the addresses of the SCSI
controllers attached to your system.
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SCSI Utilities
1. Hardware Spin Up Delay
2. Change SCSI Id
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Navigation keys:
M = return to main menu
ESC key = return to previous screen
X = eXit System Management Services
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Type the number of the menu item and press Enter or Select a Navigation key: _
Selecting the console
Yyou can select which console to use to display the SMS menus.
When you select the Select Console option, you can select which console to use to display the SMS
menus. This selection is only for the SMS menus and does not affect the console used by the operating
system.
Follow the instructions that are displayed on the menu. The firmware automatically returns to the menu
on which the POST indicators (memory, keyboard, network, SCSI, speaker) display across the bottom of
the menu. Press the numeric 1 key after the word keyboard is displayed and before the word speaker is
displayed to return to the SMS main menu.
Note: If you do not change the console to another device before removing the current console, you must
reattach the current console to change your console selection.
Selecting boot options
You can select to install or boot a device, configure a boot device order, or select a multiboot startup.
Select the Select Install/Boot a Device option to view and set various options regarding the installation
devices and boot devices.
1. Select Install/Boot a Device
2. Configure Boot Device Order
3. Multiboot Startup [OFF]
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Navigation keys:
M = return to main menu
ESC key = return to previous screen
X = eXit System Management Services
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Type the number of the menu item and press Enter or Select a Navigation key: _
Selecting to install or boot a device
Only for the next boot, select a device from which to boot the operating system or install the operating
system. The boot list stored in nonvolatile random access memory (NVRAM) will not be changed.
Select Select Install or Boot Device, the following menu is displayed.
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Select Device Type
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Diskette
Tape
CD/DVD
IDE
Hard Drive
Network
List All Devices
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Navigation keys:
M = return to main menu
ESC key = return to previous screen
X = eXit System Management Services
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Type the number of the menu item and press Enter or Select a Navigation key: _
If you select Hard Drive, a menu similar to the following is displayed.
Select Hard Drive Type
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
SCSI
SSA
SAN
SAS
SATA
USB
IDE
ISA
List All Devices
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Navigation keys:
M = return to main menu
ESC key = return to previous screen
X = eXit System Management Services
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Type the number of the menu item and press Enter or Select a Navigation key: _
If you select SCSI, for example, all of the SCSI adapters that are in the system, or assigned to the logical
partition, are displayed on the next menu. Depending on the devices that are installed in your system, a
menu similar to the following is displayed.
Version EM310_024
SMS 1.6 (c) Copyright IBM Corp. 2000, 2005 All rights reserved.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Select Media Adapter
1.
2.
3.
4.
Un-P1-T14 /pci@80000002000000d/pci@2/pci1069,b166@1/scsi@0
Un-P1-T12 /pci@80000002000000f/pci@2,2/pci1069,b166@1/scsi@0
Un-P1-T13 /pci@80000002000000f/pci@2,2/pci1069,b166@1/scsi@1
List all devices
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Navigation keys:
M = return to main menu
ESC key = return to previous screen
X = eXit System Management Services
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Type the number of the menu item and press Enter or Select a Navigation key: _
When you select an adapter, the next menu displays the devices of the requested type that are attached to
that adapter. In the following example, all of the SCSI hard files that are attached to the first adapter are
listed.
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Version EM310_024
SMS 1.6 (c) Copyright IBM Corp. 2000, 2005 All rights reserved.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Select
Device
Device
Current
Device
Number
Position
Name
1
1
SCSI 73407 MB Harddisk Un-P1-T14 /pci@80000002000000d/pci@2/
pci1069,b166@1/scsi@0
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Navigation keys:
M = return to main menu
ESC key = return to previous screen
X = eXit System Management Services
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Type the number of the menu item and press Enter or Select a Navigation key: _
You can now select the appropriate device for this installation or boot.
When a device is selected for installing the operating system, or to boot from, the Select Task menu
retrieves more information about the device, or to boot from that device in normal mode or service mode.
The following is an example of this menu.
Select Task
SCSI 36401 MB Harddisk, part=2 (AIX 5.3.0)
(loc=U788D.001.06A0034-P1-T10-L1-L0)
1.
2.
3.
Information
Normal Mode Boot
Service Mode Boot
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------Navigation keys:
M = return to main menu
ESC key = return to previous screen
X = eXit System Management Services
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------Type the number of the menu item and press Enter or Select a Navigation key: _
If you select either Normal Mode Boot or Service Mode Boot, the next menu asks, Are you sure? If you
answer yes, the device is booted in the appropriate mode. If you answer no, the firmware returns to the
Select Task menu.
Selecting boot device order
You can view and change the customized boot list.
To minimize the search time for bootable devices, these menus follow this hierarchy:
device type -> bus type -> adapter -> devices attached to the adapter
By selecting List All Devices from the Select Device Type menu or the Select Media Type menu, you can
view all of the potentially bootable devices at one time. Only bootable hard disks are listed.
The List All Devices function can take a long time on a large system with many I/O adapters and
devices, such as large disk arrays.
Select the Select Boot Devices option to view and change the customized boot list, which is the sequence
of devices read at startup.
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Configure Boot Device Order
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Select 1st Boot
Select 2nd Boot
Select 3rd Boot
Select 4th Boot
Select 5th Boot
Display Current
Restore Default
Device
Device
Device
Device
Device
Setting
Setting
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Navigation keys:
M = return to main menu
ESC key = return to previous screen
X = eXit System Management Services
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Type the number of the menu item and press Enter or Select a Navigation key: _
When you select any of the options 1 - 5, the Select Device Type menu is displayed.
Select Device Type
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Diskette
Tape
CD/DVD
IDE
Hard Drive
Network
None
List All Devices
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Navigation keys:
M = return to main menu
ESC key = return to previous screen
X = eXit System Management Services
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Type the number of the menu item and press Enter or Select a Navigation key: _
When you select a device type, such as option 5, a Select Media Type menu is displayed. The following is
an example of that menu.
Select Media Type
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
SCSI
SSA
SAN
SAS
SATA
USB
IDE
ISA
None
List All Devices
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Navigation keys:
M = return to main menu
ESC key = return to previous screen
X = eXit System Management Services
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Type the number of the menu item and press Enter or Select a Navigation key: _
When you select the media type, all adapters of that type are displayed on the Select Media Adapter
menu. The following is an example of that menu for a SCSI media type.
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Version EM310_024
SMS 1.6 (c) Copyright IBM Corp. 2000, 2005 All rights reserved.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Select Media Adapter
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Un-P1-T14 /pci@80000002000000d/pci@2/pci1069,b166@1/scsi@0
Un-P1-T12 /pci@80000002000000f/pci@2,2/pci1069,b166@1/scsi@0
Un-P1-T13 /pci@80000002000000f/pci@2,2/pci1069,b166@1/scsi@1
None
List all devices
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Navigation keys:
M = return to main menu
ESC key = return to previous screen
X = eXit System Management Services
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Type the number of the menu item and press Enter or Select a Navigation key: _
Then, you must select each adapter individually to see the bootable devices that are attached to it. If no
bootable device is attached to the adapter, an error message is displayed. The following is an example of
this menu for the first adapter in the previous example.
Version EM310_024
SMS 1.6 (c) Copyright IBM Corp. 2000, 2005 All rights reserved.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Select
Device
Device
Current
Device
Number
Position
Name
1
1
2.
None
SCSI 73407 MB Harddisk Un-P1-T14 /pci@80000002000000d/pci@2/
pci1069,b166@1/scsi@0
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Navigation keys:
M = return to main menu
ESC key = return to previous screen
X = eXit System Management Services
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Type the number of the menu item and press Enter or Select a Navigation key: _
When you select a device type, you can view detailed information about the device or set the device
location in the boot list from the Select Task menu. (Note that only bootable disks are listed.) The
following is an example of the menu for a hard disk.
Select Task
SCSI 36401 MB Harddisk Un-P1-T14 /pci@80000002000000d/pci@2/pci1069,b166@1/scsi@0
1. Information
2. Set Boot Sequence: Configure as 1st Boot Device
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------Navigation keys:
M = return to main menu
ESC key = return to previous screen
X = eXit System Management Services
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------Type the number of the menu item and press Enter or Select a Navigation key: _
Selecting Information displays a menu similar to the following for a hard disk.
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Device Information
/pci@8000000200000dd/pci@2/pci1069,b166@1/scsi@1/sd@5,0
: (Bootable)
DEVICE
: SCSI 73407 MB Harddisk Un-P1-T14 /pci@80000002000000d/pci@2/
pci1069,b166@1/scsi@0
NAME
: sd
DEVICE-TYPE
: block
Parent Information
IBM,FW-ADAPTER-NAME: Ultra-320
NAME
: scsi
DEVICE-TYPE
: scsi-2
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------Navigation keys:
M = return to main menu
ESC key = return to previous screen
X = eXit System Management Services
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------Type the number of the menu item and press Enter or Select a Navigation key: _
When you select the Configure Boot Device Order option, you can set the location of the device in the
boot list.
Select the Display Current Settings to display the current setting of the customized boot list.
An example of this menu, with one device in the boot list, follows.
Current Boot Sequence
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
SCSI 73407 MB Harddisk Un-P1-T14 /pci@80000002000000d/pci@2/pci1069,b166@1/scsi@0
None
None
None
None
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------Navigation keys:
M = return to main menu
ESC key = return to previous screen
X = eXit System Management Services
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------Type the number of the menu item and press Enter or Select a Navigation key: _
Select the Restore Default Settings option to restore the boot list to the default boot list.
The default boot list varies depending on the devices that are installed in the system. The default boot list
is as follows:
1. Primary diskette drive (if installed)
2. Optical drive (if installed)
3. Tape drive (if installed)
4. Hard disk drive (if installed)
5. Network adapter
Multiboot startup
The Multiboot option is not needed on POWER6™ processor-based systems because the function is
handled by the Advanced System Management Interface (ASMI) or the Hardware Management Console
(HMC).
In previous releases, the multiboot startup flag, if enabled, stopped the system at the SMS menus every
time the system started. It allowed you to start the system from another device.
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Power-on self-test keys
The power-on self-test (POST) keys can start services or initiate service mode boots used for configuring
the system and diagnosing problems.
After power is turned on and before the operating system is loaded, the system does a power-on self-test
(POST). This test performs checks to ensure that the hardware is functioning correctly before the
operating system is loaded. During the POST, a POST screen is displayed, and POST indicators appear on
the firmware console (if one is connected).
The POST keys, if pressed after the keyboard POST indicator is displayed and before the last POST
indicator speaker is displayed, cause the system to start services or to initiate service mode boots used for
configuring the system and diagnosing problems.
Note: The program function keys (F1-F12) on a keyboard attached to the service processor are not used
and are ignored. After the keyboard POST indicator is displayed, you must use the numeric number
keys.
Numeric 1 key
The numeric 1 key, when pressed during POST, starts the system management services interface.
Numeric 5 key
The numeric 5 key, when pressed during POST, initiates a system boot in service mode using the default
service mode boot list.
This mode attempts to boot from the first device of each type found in the list. It does not search for
other bootable devices of that type if the first device is not bootable. Instead, it continues to the next
device type in the list. The firmware supports up to five entries in the boot list.
Note: This is the preferred method of loading standalone AIX diagnostics from CD-ROM.
The default boot sequence is:
1. Diskette (if installed)
2. CD-ROM (if installed)
3. Hard file
4. Tape drive (if installed)
5. Network
a. Token ring
b. Ethernet
Numeric 6 key
The numeric 6 key works like the numeric 5 key, except that firmware uses the customized service mode
boot list that was set up in AIX when AIX was first booted, or manually using the AIX service aids.
Note: This is the preferred method of loading online AIX diagnostics from the boot hard disk.
Exiting system management services
After you finish using the SMS menus, type x (for exit) to boot your system.
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