Sun™ Management Center 3.0 Supplement for Sun Fire™ 15K/12K

Sun™ Management Center 3.0 Supplement for Sun Fire™ 15K/12K
Sun™ Management Center 3.0
Supplement for Sun Fire™ 15K/12K
Systems
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April 2002, Revision 01
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Contents
Preface
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Before You Read This Book
xxiii
How This Book Is Organized
Using UNIX Commands
xxiv
Typographical Conventions
Shell Prompts
xxiv
xxv
xxv
Related Documentation
xxvi
Accessing Sun Documentation Online
Sun Welcomes Your Comments
1.
Introduction
2.
Installation and Setup
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3
Sun Fire 15K/12K System-Specific Packages
Preparing for Installation
4
4
Choosing Server Machine
4
Required Software Versions
Network Port Configuration
5
5
Software Installation and Setup Summary
Server Layers on Server Machine
6
8
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Agent Layers on System Controllers and Sun Fire 15K/12K Domains
Console Layer and Basic Help on Workstations or Network
Installing and Setting Up Sun Management Center 3.0 Software
Installing From Installation CDs
8
9
10
Mounting Remote CD-ROM Drive
10
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To Mount Remote CD-ROM Drive
11
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To Unmount Remote CD-ROM Drive
12
Stopping Server and Agents Running on Host Machine
Installing and Setting Up Server Machine
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To Install Core Software on Server Machine
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To Install Sun Fire 15K/12K Server Support on Server Machine
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To Set Up Software on Server Machine
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Installing and Setting Up Sun Fire 15K/12K Domains
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To Install Core Software on Sun Fire 15K/12K Domains
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To Install Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Agents
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To Set up Domain Agents
20
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23
Installing and Setting Up System Controllers
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To Install Core Agent on System Controllers
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To Install Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Agent on System Controllers
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To Set Up Software on System Controllers
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30
Installing and Setting Up Workstations or Network
▼
8
35
To Install and Set Up Console Software on Workstations or Network
35
Installing Localized Versions of Sun Management Center Add-on Packages From
the CD 37
▼
To Install Localized Packages
37
Reinstalling Sun Management Center 3.0 Software
38
Reinstalling Sun Fire 15K/12K Add-on Packages Only
Reconfiguring Sun Fire 15K/12K Setup Parameters
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To Rerun Setup Script
39
Starting Sun Management Center Software
▼
41
To Start Sun Management Center Software
41
Stopping and Exiting Sun Management Center Software
▼
To Stop Server and Agents
▼
To Exit Console
43
44
Sun Management Center Web Interface
Installation and Setup Log Files
3.
Security Access Setup
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44
47
Security Considerations for Defining Groups
Superuser Access
Network Name Service
49
49
Sun Management Center Groups
50
To Add Users Into Sun Management Center User Groups
System Management Services Groups
▼
47
48
Name Service Switch
▼
51
52
To Add Users Into System Management Services Groups
Using Sun Fire 15K/12K Modules
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54
SMS Groups Required for PDSM Operations
Platform View Access Permissions
Domain View Access Permissions
Limit of 16 Group IDs for a User ID
4.
43
Sun Fire 15K/12K Topology Objects
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57
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Composites
57
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To Create a Sun Fire 15K/12K Composite Object
▼
To Discover a Sun Fire 15K/12K Composite
60
61
Updating a Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Composite
62
Contents
v
▼
To Update Composite Created by Create Topology Object
▼
To Update Composite Created by Discovery
▼
To Troubleshoot Composite Failure
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Objects
▼
5.
65
Sun Fire 15K/12K System Details Windows
Hardware Summary
Physical View
Logical View
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To Find the Hardware Summary for the Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform
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To Find the Physical View of the Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform
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To Find the Logical View of the Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform
Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Details Window
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To Find the Hardware Summary for a Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain
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To Find the Physical View of a Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain
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To Find the Logical View of a Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain
Sun Fire 15K/12K SC Details Window
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To Find the Hardware Summary for a Sun Fire 15K/12K System
Controller 81
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To Find the Physical View of the Sun Fire 15K/12K System Controller
▼
To Find the Logical View of a Sun Fire 15K/12K System Controller
Sun Fire 15K/12K Agent Modules
Platform Modules Disabled
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Sun Fire 15K/12K Module Properties
89
Sun Fire 15K/12K Module Alarm Rules
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Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Details Window
6.
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To Create a Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Object
Views Under the Hardware Tab
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Platform Config Reader Module
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Platform Config Reader Module Refresh
Platform Config Reader Properties
System
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91
Centerplane
93
Expander Board
95
Centerplane Support Board
System Controller
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97
System Controller Peripheral
Fan Tray
CPU Board
101
102
HPCI Board
104
WPCI Board
106
MaxCPU Board
HPCI Cassette
Paroli Card
Processor
108
110
112
113
Memory Bank
Domain
99
100
Power Supply
DIMM
90
114
115
116
Discovery Object Table
118
Platform Config Reader Alarm Rules
Board Current Rule (scBCurrt)
Board Power Rule (scBPower)
119
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119
Board Temperature Rule (scBTemp)
Board Voltage Rule (scBVolt)
120
121
Domain Stop and Record Stop Rule (scStop)
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HPCI Cassette Rule (scHPCIcd)
Failover State Rule (scFoStat)
122
122
OK/BAD/UNKNOWN State Rule (scOBURul)
OK/FAIL Rule (scOkFail)
ON/OFF Rule (scOnOff)
124
124
POST Status Rule (scPOST)
125
Power Supply Breaker Rule (scBreakr)
126
System Board DR State Rule (scDrStat)
126
System Board Test Status Rule (scBTest)
127
Domain Config Reader Module
123
128
Domain Agent May Not Start on a Configuration With Many External
Disks 128
▼
To Modify the agent-stats-d.def File
129
▼
To Modify Alarm Attributes for the Domain
129
Domain Config Reader Module Refresh Intervals
▼
To Refresh Domain Config Reader Data
Domain Config Reader Properties
System
hPCI Board
130
133
MaxCPU Board
hPCI Card
133
134
Paroli Card
Processor
131
132
WPCI Board
135
136
Memory Controller
Memory Bank
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130
131
CPU/Memory Board
DIMM
130
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Disk Devices
140
Tape Devices
141
Network Interfaces
WCI
141
142
Domain Config Reader Alarm Rules
143
CPU Status Rule (scCPUStatus)
143
DIMM Error Count Rule (scDimmErrCnt)
Disk Error Count Rule (scDskErrCnt)
POST Status Rule (scPOSTStatus)
State Check Rule (scStateCheck)
146
Link Valid Rule (scLnkVld)
146
SC Config Reader Module
145
145
147
SC Config Reader Properties
System
144
144
Tape Error Count Rule (scTpeErrCnt)
Link Status Rule (scLnkSt)
143
147
148
CP 1500 Board
Processor
148
149
Memory Module
PCI Device
150
150
Disk Device
151
Tape Device
152
Network Interface
152
SC Config Reader Alarm Rules
153
Board Voltage Rule (cpBrdVolt)
153
CPU Status Rule (cpCPUStatus)
154
CPU Temperature Rule (cpCPUTemp)
Disk Error Count Rule (cpDskErrCnt)
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155
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Tape Error Count Rule (cpTpeErrCnt)
Platform/Domain State Management Module
Platform View
157
Platform Slot 0 Boards
158
Platform Slot 1 Boards
158
Platform Empty Slots
Power Supplies
Fan Trays
159
160
160
Domain X View
161
Domain X Info
161
Domain X Slot 0 Boards
162
Domain X Slot 1 Boards
162
Domain X Empty Slots
163
Dynamic Reconfiguration Module
Attachment Points
CPU/MEM
165
166
167
cPCI/hPCI cards
168
169
Empty Slots
MaxCPU
170
171
Dynamic Attachment Points
CPU Components
I/O Components
SCSI Components
172
172
Memory Components
x
164
165
PCI/cPCI/hPCI IO
SCSI
156
157
Platform Info
WPCI
155
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SC Monitoring Module
176
SC Monitoring Properties—SC Daemon Process
177
SC Monitoring Alarm Rule—Process Down Rule (rDownProc)
SC Status Module
179
SC Status Properties
180
SC Status Alarm Rule (rscstatus)
180
Displaying Platform and Domain Log Files
7.
180
Platform/Domain State Management From the System Controller
Prerequisites
182
Platform Management Operations From the System Controller
Showing Platform Information
Adding a Board
184
To Add a Board
184
Deleting a Board
▼
▼
▼
▼
To Move a Board
183
185
186
186
Powering on a Board or Peripheral
187
To Power on a Board or Peripheral
187
Powering off a Board or Peripheral
187
To Power off a Board or Peripheral
187
Showing Status
188
To Show Status
188
Domain Management Operations from the System Controller
Showing Domain Information from the System Controller
Adding a Board
183
185
To Delete a Board
Moving a Board
▼
181
182
SMS Commands Supported by PDSM
▼
178
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Contents
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▼
To Add a Board
190
Deleting a Board
▼
To Delete a Board
Moving a Board
▼
▼
▼
▼
191
191
192
To Move a Board
192
Powering on a Board
193
To Power on a Board
193
Powering off a Board
194
To Power off a Board
194
Testing a Board
195
To Test a Board
195
Adding or Changing a Domain Tag
▼
To Add or Change a Domain Tag
Deleting a Tag
▼
196
197
To Delete a Domain Tag
197
Changing the Keyswitch Position
▼
196
To Change the Keyswitch Position
198
198
Setting Up or Changing the Access Control List (ACL)
▼
To Set Up or Change the Access Control List
Resetting a Domain
▼
▼
To Reset a Domain
199
200
200
Showing Status
200
To Show Status
201
Possible Reasons for DR Operation Attempts Failing
8.
Dynamic Reconfiguration From the Domain
Prerequisites
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203
Dynamic Reconfiguration Module
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Attachment Points
206
Dynamic Attachment Points
Data Tables
206
207
Dynamic Reconfiguration Operations From the Domain
cfgadm Options Supported
209
Showing Domain Information From the Domain
Ensure Boards Are in a Domain’s ACL
▼
▼
▼
▼
Assigning a Board
210
To Assign a Board
210
Unassigning a Board
211
To Unassign a Board
211
Attaching a System Board
212
To Attach a System Board
212
Detaching a System Board
213
To Detach a System Board
213
Connecting a Board
▼
208
209
209
214
To Connect a System Board
Disconnecting a Board
214
215
▼
To Disconnect a System Board Other Than a SCSI Board
▼
To Disconnect a SCSI Board
216
Configuring a Board, a Component, or Memory
▼
217
To Configure a System Board, a Component, or Memory
Unconfiguring a Board, a Component, or Memory
▼
To Unconfigure a System Board or a Component
▼
To Unconfigure Memory
▼
Powering on a Board
220
To Power on a Board
220
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▼
▼
Powering off a Board
221
To Power off a Board
221
Testing a Board
221
To Test a Board
221
Showing Status
222
To Show Status
222
Glossary
Index
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Figures
FIGURE 2-1
Installation and Setup on Sun Fire 15K/12K Systems 7
FIGURE 4-1
Example of a Sun Fire 15K/12K Composite
FIGURE 5-1
Hardware Summary for a Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform
FIGURE 5-2
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Physical View—Front
FIGURE 5-3
Top of CPU Board in Platform Physical View
FIGURE 5-4
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Logical View
FIGURE 5-5
Hardware Summary for a Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain
FIGURE 5-6
Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Physical View—Front
FIGURE 5-7
Top of HPCI Board in Domain Physical View
FIGURE 5-8
Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Logical View 80
FIGURE 5-9
Hardware Summary for a Sun Fire 15K/12K System Controller
FIGURE 5-10
Sun Fire 15K/12K System Controller Physical View—Front
FIGURE 5-11
Top of System Controller Physical View
FIGURE 5-12
Sun Fire 15K/12K System Controller Logical View
FIGURE 6-1
Platform Config Reader Module
FIGURE 6-2
Domain Config Reader Module 128
FIGURE 6-3
SC Config Reader Module
FIGURE 6-4
Platform/Domain State Management (PDSM) Module
FIGURE 6-5
Dynamic Reconfiguration Module 164
FIGURE 6-6
SC Monitoring Module
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FIGURE 6-7
SC Information Showing MAIN Status
FIGURE 8-1
Dynamic Reconfiguration Features
FIGURE 8-2
Detach Confirmation Box
FIGURE 8-3
Disconnect Dialog Box 215
FIGURE 8-4
Unconfigure Memory Dialog Box
FIGURE 8-5
Test Board Dialog Box
FIGURE 8-6
Unsuccessful Operation in Show Status for Domain DR Operation
FIGURE 8-7
Successful Operation in Show Status for Domain DR Operation
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Tables
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TABLE 1-1
Sun Fire 15K/12K Agent Modules
TABLE 2-1
Sun Management Center Packages for the Sun Fire 15K/12K Systems 4
TABLE 2-2
Required Software Versions 5
TABLE 2-3
Default Sun Management Center Port Addresses
TABLE 2-4
Sun Fire 15K/12K System Hosts and Installed Layers 9
TABLE 2-5
Sun Management Center 3.0 Software Installation CDs
TABLE 3-1
Default Sun Management Center Administrative Groups
TABLE 3-2
Default SMS Administrative Groups 52
TABLE 3-3
Sun Fire 15K/12K Modules and Administrative Groups 54
TABLE 3-4
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform View Management Operations and Access 55
TABLE 3-5
Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain View Management Operations and Access
TABLE 4-1
Sun Fire 15K/12K Icons
TABLE 5-1
Sun Fire 15K/12K Agent Modules Viewable from the Details Windows 67
TABLE 5-2
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Information
TABLE 5-3
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Hardware Resources
TABLE 5-4
Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Hardware Summary
TABLE 5-5
Sun Fire 15K/12K SC Hardware Summary 82
TABLE 6-1
Summary of Sun Fire 15K/12K Agent Modules 87
TABLE 6-2
Required SMS Daemons for Platform Modules
TABLE 6-3
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader System
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TABLE 6-4
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader Centerplane
TABLE 6-5
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader Expander Board
TABLE 6-6
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader Centerplane Support Board 96
TABLE 6-7
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader System Controller
TABLE 6-8
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader System Controller Peripheral 99
TABLE 6-9
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader Fan Tray 100
TABLE 6-10
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader Power Supply 101
TABLE 6-11
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader CPU Board
102
TABLE 6-12
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader HPCI Board
104
TABLE 6-13
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader WPCI Board
106
TABLE 6-14
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader MaxCPU Board
TABLE 6-15
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader HPCI Cassette 111
TABLE 6-16
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader Paroli Card 112
TABLE 6-17
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader Processor 113
TABLE 6-18
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader Power Memory Bank 114
TABLE 6-19
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader DIMM
TABLE 6-20
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader Domain
TABLE 6-21
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader Discovery Object Table
TABLE 6-22
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader Board Current Rule
TABLE 6-23
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader Board Power Rule
TABLE 6-24
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader Board Temperature Rule
TABLE 6-25
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader Board Voltage Rule 121
TABLE 6-26
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader hPCI Assembly Rule 121
TABLE 6-27
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader HPCI Cassette Rule
TABLE 6-28
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader Failover State Rule 122
TABLE 6-29
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader OK/BAD/UNKNOWN State Rule 123
TABLE 6-30
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader OK/FAIL Rule 124
TABLE 6-31
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader ON/OFF Rule 124
TABLE 6-32
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader POST Status Rule 125
TABLE 6-33
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader Power Supply Breaker Rule 126
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TABLE 6-34
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader System Board DR State Rule 126
TABLE 6-35
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader System Board Test Status Rule 127
TABLE 6-36
Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Config Reader System
TABLE 6-37
Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Config Reader CPU/Memory Board 131
TABLE 6-38
Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Config Reader hPCI Board 132
TABLE 6-39
Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Config Reader WPCI Board 133
TABLE 6-40
Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Config Reader MaxCPU Board 133
TABLE 6-41
Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Config Reader hPCI Card 134
TABLE 6-42
Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Config Reader Paroli Card 135
TABLE 6-43
Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Config Reader Processor 136
TABLE 6-44
Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Config Reader Memory Controller
TABLE 6-45
Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Config Reader Memory Bank 138
TABLE 6-46
Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Config Reader DIMM
TABLE 6-47
Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Config Reader Disk Devices 140
TABLE 6-48
Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Config Reader Tape Devices
TABLE 6-49
Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Config Reader Network Interfaces
TABLE 6-50
Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Config Reader WCI
TABLE 6-51
Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Config Reader CPU Status Rule 143
TABLE 6-52
Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Config Reader DIMM Error Count Rule 143
TABLE 6-53
Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Config Reader Disk Error Count Rule
TABLE 6-54
Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Config Reader POST Status Rule 144
TABLE 6-55
Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Config Reader State Check Rule 145
TABLE 6-56
Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Config Reader Tape Error Count Rule 145
TABLE 6-57
Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Config Reader Link Status Rule 146
TABLE 6-58
Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Config Reader Link Valid Rule 146
TABLE 6-59
Sun Fire 15K/12K SC Config Reader System 148
TABLE 6-60
Sun Fire 15K/12K SC Config Reader CP 1500 Board 148
TABLE 6-61
Sun Fire 15K/12K SC Config Reader Processor
TABLE 6-62
Sun Fire 15K/12K SC Config Reader Memory Module
TABLE 6-63
Sun Fire 15K/12K SC Config Reader PCI Device
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Tables
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TABLE 6-64
Sun Fire 15K/12K SC Config Reader Disk Device
TABLE 6-65
Sun Fire 15K/12K SC Config Reader Tape Device 152
TABLE 6-66
Sun Fire 15K/12K SC Config Reader Network Interface 152
TABLE 6-67
Sun Fire 15K/12K SC Config Reader Board Voltage Rule
TABLE 6-68
Sun Fire 15K/12K SC Config Reader CPU Status Rule
TABLE 6-69
Sun Fire 15K/12K SC Config Reader CPU Temperature Rule 154
TABLE 6-70
Sun Fire 15K/12K SC Config Reader Disk Error Count Rule 155
TABLE 6-71
Sun Fire 15K/12K SC Config Reader Tape Error Count Rule
TABLE 6-72
Sun Fire 15K/12K PDSM Module Platform Info
TABLE 6-73
Sun Fire 15K/12K PDSM Module Platform Slot 0 Boards 158
TABLE 6-74
Sun Fire 15K/12K PDSM Module Platform Slot 1 Boards 158
TABLE 6-75
Sun Fire 15K/12K PDSM Module Platform Empty Slots
TABLE 6-76
Sun Fire 15K/12K PDSM Module Platform Power Supplies
TABLE 6-77
Sun Fire 15K/12K PDSM Module Platform Fan Trays 160
TABLE 6-78
Sun Fire 15K/12K PDSM Module Domain X Info 161
TABLE 6-79
Sun Fire 15K/12K PDSM Module Domain X Slot 0 Boards 162
TABLE 6-80
Sun Fire 15K/12K PDSM Module Domain X Slot 1 Boards 162
TABLE 6-81
Sun Fire 15K/12K PDSM Module Domain X Empty Slots 163
TABLE 6-82
Attachment Point Properties for a CPU/MEM Board
TABLE 6-83
Attachment Point Properties for a PCI/cPCI/hPCI IO Board
TABLE 6-84
Attachment Point Properties for a WPCI Board
TABLE 6-85
Attachment Point Properties for a cPCI/hPCI card 168
TABLE 6-86
Attachment Point Properties for a SCSI
TABLE 6-87
Attachment Point Properties for Empty Slots 170
TABLE 6-88
Sun Fire 15K/12K Attachment Point Properties for a MaxCPU Board
TABLE 6-89
Dynamic Attachment Point Properties for CPU Components 172
TABLE 6-90
Dynamic Attachment Point Properties for Memory Components 173
TABLE 6-91
Dynamic Attachment Point Properties for I/O Components
TABLE 6-92
Dynamic Attachment Point Properties for SCSI Components
TABLE 6-93
Sun Fire 15K/12K SC Daemon Process 177
153
154
155
157
159
160
165
166
167
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175
171
182
TABLE 7-1
SMS CLI Commands Supported by PDSM
TABLE 8-1
Dynamic Reconfiguration Data Table Format
TABLE 8-2
cfgadm Options Supported by Dynamic Reconfiguration 209
207
Tables
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Preface
This Sun™ Management Center 3.0 Supplement for the Sun Fire™ 15K/12K Systems
provides instructions on how to install, configure, and use Sun Management Center
software on the Sun Fire 15K/12K systems.
This supplement is intended for Sun Fire 15K/12K system administrators who
install and use the Sun Management Center software to monitor and manage their
Sun Fire 15K/12K systems.
The Sun Management Center 3.0 software and documents for Sun Fire 15K systems
are available in French, German, Italian, Spanish, Japanese, Korean, Simplified
Chinese, and Traditional Chinese. However, the examples of screens in this
supplement appear only in English.
Before You Read This Book
Read this supplement after the Sun Management Center 3.0 Software Installation Guide,
which provides instructions for installing Sun Management Center 3.0 software and
the Sun Management Center 3.0 Software User’s Guide, which provides instructions for
configuring and using Sun Management Center software.
Note – For the latest information about this product, go to the Sun Management
Center Web site at http://www.sun.com/sunmanagementcenter.
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How This Book Is Organized
Chapter 1 introduces Sun Management Center software on the Sun Fire 15K/12K
systems.
Chapter 2 describes how to install, set up, start, stop, uninstall, reinstall, and
reconfigure Sun Management Center software on the Sun Fire 15K/12K systems. Use
this chapter with the Sun Management Center 3.0 Software Installation Guide.
Chapter 3 describes how to set up administrative access security for Sun
Management Center on the Sun Fire 15K/12K systems.
Chapter 4 describes how to create, modify, and discover Sun Fire 15K/12K system
topology objects.
Chapter 5 describes platform, system controller, and domain data, which is specific
to Sun Fire 15K/12K systems and is shown in the respective Details window.
Chapter 6 describes briefly each property and the alarm rules used by the Sun Fire
15K/12K systems add-on components.
Chapter 7 describes how to use the dynamic reconfiguration and other management
commands from the Platform/Domain State Management (PDSM) module, which is
based on the System Management Services (SMS) commands.
Chapter 8 describes how to use the dynamic reconfiguration and other management
commands from the Dynamic Reconfiguration (DR) module, which is based on the
configuration administration cfgadm(1M) command.
The glossary defines abbreviations and acronyms used in this supplement and in the
Sun Management Center graphical user interface (GUI) for Sun Fire 15K/12K
system–specific modules.
A comprehensive index helps find information quickly in this supplement.
Using UNIX Commands
This document may not contain information on basic UNIX® commands and
procedures such as shutting down the system, booting the system, and configuring
devices.
Refer to one or more of the following for this information:
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■
■
Solaris Handbook for Sun Peripherals
Online documentation for the SolarisTM operating environment
Other software documentation included with your system
Typographical Conventions
Typeface or
Symbol
Meaning
Examples
AaBbCc123
The names of commands, files,
and directories; on-screen
computer output
Edit your .login file.
Use ls -a to list all files.
% You have mail.
AaBbCc123
What you type, when
contrasted with on-screen
computer output
% su
Password:
AaBbCc123
Book titles, new words or terms,
words to be emphasized
Read Chapter 6 in the Users Guide.
These are called class options.
You must be superuser to do this.
Command-line variable; replace
with a real name or value
To delete a file, type rm filename.
Shell Prompts
Shell
Prompt
C shell
machine_name:directory task_no %
C shell superuser
machine_name#
Bourne shell and Korn shell
$
Bourne shell and Korn shell superuser
#
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Related Documentation
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Application
Title
Part
Number
Overview
Sun Fire 15K/12K Software Overview Guide
816-4958
Preinstallation
Sun Management Center 3.0 Configuration and
Deployment Guide at
http://www.sun.com/solaris/
sunmanagementcenter/docs/
config-deploy3.0.guide.html
n/a
Installation
Sun Management Center 3.0 Software Installation
Guide
806-5943
Usage
Sun Management Center 3.0 Software User’s Guide
806-5942
Issues, Limitations, and
Bugs
Sun Management Center 3.0 Software Release Notes
806-5944
Issues, Limitations, and
Bugs for Platform
Update 3
Sun Management Center 3.0 Platform Update 4
Software Release Notes
816-2700
Issues, Patches,
Limitations, and Bugs for
the Sun Fire 15K/12K
Systems
Sun Management Center 3.0 Release Notes for Sun Fire
15K/12K Systems
816-5008
Solaris 8 Reference
Sun Solaris 8 Reference Manual Collection at
docs.sun.com
n/a
Issues, Limitations, and
Bugs for SMS and SMS
DR
System Management Services (SMS) 1.2 Installation
Guide and Release Notes for the Sun Fire 15K/12K
System
816-4957
SMS Reference
System Management Services (SMS) 1.2 Reference
Manual for the Sun Fire 15K/12K System
816-4956
SMS Administration
System Management Services (SMS) 1.2 Administrator
Guide for the Sun Fire 15K/12K System
816-4955
Issues, Limitations, and
Bugs for Sun Fire
15K/12K DR
Sun Fire 15K/12K Dynamic Reconfiguration Release
Notes
816-5080
Sun Fire 15K/12K DR
Sun Fire 15K/12K Dynamic Reconfiguration User
Guide
816-5075
SMS DR
System Management Services (SMS) 1.2 Dynamic
Reconfiguration User Guide
816-5076
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Application
Title
Part
Number
Hardware
Sun Fire 15K/12K Systems Service Manual
806-3512
luxadm
Platform Notes: Using luxadm Software
816-1466
Netra Servers
Sun Management Center 3.0 Supplement for Netra
Servers
816-3407
Starfire Servers
Sun Management Center 3.0 Supplement for Starfire
Servers
806-7231
Sun Fire 6800, 4810, 4800,
and 3800 Systems
Sun Management Center 3.0 Supplement for Sun Fire
6800, 4810, 4800, and 3800 Systems
816-2703
Sun Fire™ Link Systems
Sun Management Center 3.0 Supplement for Sun Fire
Link Systems
806-1405
Workgroup Servers
Sun Management Center 3.0 Supplement for
Workgroup Servers
816-1581
Workstations
Sun Management Center 3.0 Supplement for
Workstations
806-7146
Advanced System
Monitoring (ASM)
SPARCengine ASM Reference Manual
805-7581
Accessing Sun Documentation Online
A broad selection of Sun system documentation is located at:
http://www.sun.com/products-n-solutions/hardware/docs
A complete set of Solaris documentation and many other titles are located at:
http://docs.sun.com
Sun Welcomes Your Comments
Sun is interested in improving its documentation and welcomes your comments and
suggestions. You can email your comments to Sun at:
[email protected]
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Please include the part number (816-5007-10) of your document in the subject line of
your email.
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CHAPTER
1
Introduction
Sun Management Center 3.0 software is an open, extensible system monitoring and
management application that uses Java™ software protocol and Simple Network
Management Protocol (SNMP) to provide an integrated and comprehensive
enterprise-wide management of Sun™ products and their subsystems, components,
and peripheral devices.
The add-on Sun Fire 15K/12K packages provide support for the Sun Fire 15K/12K
platforms, system controllers, and domains. For the Sun Fire 15K/12K platforms,
hardware configuration information resides on both system controllers (SCs),
currently CP 1500s, and on each of the individual platform domains (up to 18 for the
Sun Fire 15K system and up to 9 for the Sun Fire 12K system). Hardware
configuration information, process monitoring, and management operations for the
Sun Fire 15K/12K systems are provided by the Sun Fire 15K/12K agent modules
listed in TABLE 1-1:
TABLE 1-1
Sun Fire 15K/12K Agent Modules
Agent Modules
Description
Platform Config Reader (PCR)
Provides information about the hardware configuration
for the entire Sun Fire 15K/12K platform
Platform/Domain State
Management (PDSM)
Enables an administrator to perform platform and
domain management, and global dynamic
reconfiguration of system boards across the platform
Domain Config Reader (DCR)
Provides the hardware configuration for Sun Fire
15K/12K domains
Dynamic Reconfiguration (DR)
Enables an administrator to perform dynamic
reconfiguration of boards on one domain at a time
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Sun Fire 15K/12K Agent Modules (Continued)
Agent Modules
Description
SC Config Reader
Provides the hardware configuration for the Sun Fire
15K/12K system controllers
SC Monitoring (SCM)
Monitors the System Management Services (SMS)
daemons on the active Sun Fire 15K/12K system
controller
SC Status
Determines whether a Sun Fire 15K/12K system
controller is the main or spare system controller
Refer to Chapter 1 of the Sun Management Center 3.0 Software User’s Guide, which
includes definitions, explanations, and diagrams that clarify the Sun Management
Center architecture. Review that chapter whenever you have questions about how
consoles, servers, agents, domains, and modules interact.
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CHAPTER
2
Installation and Setup
This chapter describes how to install, set up, start, stop, uninstall, reinstall, and
reconfigure the Sun Management Center 3.0 software for the Sun Fire 15K/12K
systems.
The Sun Management Center software is divided into:
■
■
■
Core packages that provide the Sun Management Center infrastructure and basic
support
Add-on components that provide support for particular hardware platforms
Licensed add-on products for additional features
Sun Fire 15K/12K support requires the Sun Management Center 3.0 core packages
and the add-on Sun Fire 15K/12K packages. The Sun Management Center 3.0 Software
Installation Guide describes basic information about installing and setting up the Sun
Management Center 3.0 core packages and starting and stopping the software. This
chapter describes the processes specifically related to the Sun Fire 15K/12K systems.
Caution – Use the installation script (es-inst) and the setup scripts (es-setup)
provided with the Sun Management Center 3.0 software. Do not manually add
packages or manually change configuration files.
Your Sun Management Center 3.0 installation and setup scripts may not display
exactly the same messages in exactly the same sequence as the examples shown in
this chapter. However, these examples show the basic messages you will receive in
approximately the sequence you will receive them. Your actual installation and
setup scripts depend on the add-on components you choose to install and other
choices you make.
3
Sun Fire 15K/12K System-Specific
Packages
The Sun Fire 15K/12K system-specific packages received with the Sun Management
Center 3.0 basic functionality, and the minimum size required for installation in
kilobytes (KB) are listed in TABLE 2-1. Refer to the Sun Management Center 3.0 Software
Installation Guide for information about general Sun Management Center
prerequisites, including minimum disk space requirements.
TABLE 2-1
Sun Management Center Packages for the Sun Fire 15K/12K Systems
Package
Description
Size (KB)
SUNWesscp
Sun Management Center Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Agent
Support
2558 KB
SUNWesscd
Sun Management Center Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Agent
Support
1838 KB
SUNWscsca
Sun Management Center Sun Fire 15K/12K System Controller
Agent Support
1500 KB
SUNWesscs
Sun Management Center Sun Fire 15K/12K Server Support
1500 KB
SUNWscscs
Sun Management Center Sun Fire 15K/12K System Controller
Server Support
128 KB
Preparing for Installation
Your Sun Fire 15K/12K system must meet certain requirements before you install
Sun Management Center 3.0 software. These requirements are explained in this
section.
Choosing Server Machine
Before installing the Sun Management Center software, determine which server is to
be the Sun Management Center server machine. The server must have a minimum of
256 megabytes of memory available. The server should be a system with high
availability. When the Sun Management Center server is down, you will not be able
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to use Sun Management Center software to manage your system. Refer to the Sun
Management Center 3.0 Configuration and Deployment Guide for more information
about server machine requirements.
Required Software Versions
TABLE 2-2 lists the software versions required for Sun Fire 15K/12K platform support.
TABLE 2-2
Required Software Versions
Host
Required Software
Version
Server machine
Solaris operating environment
2.6, 2.7, 8
Sun Management Center
3.0
Solaris operating environment
8
System Management Services (SMS)
1.2
Sun Management Center
3.0
Sun Fire 15K/12K
domains
Solaris operating environment
8
Sun Management Center
3.0
Workstations
(for console layer)
Solaris operating environment
2.6, 2.7, 8
Sun Management Center
3.0
System controllers
Network Port Configuration
Sun Management Center software requires network ports to communicate with
various components of the system. The default port addresses for these components
are listed in TABLE 2-3:
TABLE 2-3
Default Sun Management Center Port Addresses
Layer
Component
Default Port Number
Agent
Agent
161
Server
Trap handler
162
Server
Event manager
163
Server
Topology manager
164
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TABLE 2-3
Default Sun Management Center Port Addresses (Continued)
Layer
Component
Default Port Number
Server
Configuration server
165
Agent
Platform agent
166
Server
Metadata
168
In some cases, this default port configuration conflicts with software already
running on your system. Some Sun Fire 15K/12K domains might have port 161
conflicts because of the presence of legacy SMNP agents. During the Sun
Management Center software setup, specify an alternate network port to avoid this
conflict. Refer to the Sun Management Center 3.0 Software Installation Guide for further
information about solving port conflicts.
To create and access topology objects, the Sun Management Center agent layer
software uses port 161 by default. If you configure an agent to use an alternate port,
you must specify that port when the topology object is created or discovered. To
simplify your Sun Management Center network configuration and management and
enable more efficient discovery of Sun Management Center agents, select an
alternate port number and use that number for all agent installations that cannot use
the default port configuration.
The Sun Fire 15K/12K system controller has two Sun Management Center agents:
the agent and the platform agent. The agent provides information about the system
controller and the platform agent provides information about the Sun Fire 15K/12K
systems. Usually there are no port conflicts with the default port configuration for
the platform agent. When a platform topology object is created or discovered, the
correct default port is provided and does not need to be specified.
Software Installation and Setup
Summary
This section summarizes the procedures for installing and setting up Sun
Management Center 3.0 software on Sun Fire 15K/12K systems. FIGURE 2-1 illustrates
the Sun Management Center software that needs to be installed on the Sun Fire
15K/12K system controllers and other hosts.
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Sun Fire 15K/12K System Controllers
Sun Management Center Server
(can be any host with 256 MB of RAM)
Main
Spare
• Core Sun Management Center agent
layer
• Sun Fire 15K/12K platform agent and
system controller add-on components
Sun Fire 15K/12K Domains
• Core Sun Management Center server
layer and optional agent layer
• Sun Fire 15K/12K server and system
controller server add-on components
Workstations
(or a common network location)
Domain R
Domain Q
Domain P
Domain O
Domain D
Domain C
Domain B
Domain A
• Core Sun Management Center agent layer
• Sun Fire 15K/12K domain agent add-on
component
FIGURE 2-1
• Core Sun Management Center console
layer and basic help component
Installation and Setup on Sun Fire 15K/12K Systems
Chapter 2
Installation and Setup
7
Server Layers on Server Machine
Following is a summary of the procedures for installing Sun Management Center 3.0
software on the server machine.
■
■
Install and set up the Sun Management Center 3.0 core server layer and Sun Fire
15K/12K and system controller server add-on components on the designated Sun
Management Center server machine.
(Optional) Install and set up the Sun Management Center 3.0 core agent layer on
the Sun Management Center 3.0 server machine if you want to monitor the server
machine itself.
Agent Layers on System Controllers and Sun Fire
15K/12K Domains
Following is a summary of the procedures for installing and setting up Sun
Management Center 3.0 software on the system controllers and Sun Fire 15K/12K
domains:
1. Install and set up the Sun Management Center 3.0 core agent layer and Sun Fire
15K/12K domain agent add-on component for each Sun Fire 15K/12K domain
you want to monitor.
2. Install and set up the Sun Management Center 3.0 core agent layer and the Sun
Fire 15K/12K platform agent and system controller add-on components on the
main and spare system controllers.
Console Layer and Basic Help on Workstations or
Network
Following is a summary of the procedures for installing Sun Management Center 3.0
software on workstations or the network:
■
8
Install and set up the Sun Management Center 3.0 core console layer and basic
help component on a common network location or on each workstation from
which you want to monitor by using the GUI.
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Installing and Setting Up Sun
Management Center 3.0 Software
For Sun Fire 15K/12K system support, install and set up the Sun Management
Center 3.0 software on the Sun Fire 15K/12K system hosts as shown in TABLE 2-4.
The Sun Management Center 3.0 Software Installation Guide provides information about
installing and setting up the core software. It also provides instructions for starting
and stopping Sun Management Center 3.0 software. The sections following TABLE 2-4
provide instructions for installing and setting up the Sun Management 3.0 software
on the various hosts in the Sun Fire 15K/12K systems.
TABLE 2-4
Sun Fire 15K/12K System Hosts and Installed Layers
Host
Layer
Installed Software
Sun Management
Center server machine
Server
Core Sun Management Center server layer
Core Sun Management Center agent layer (optional)
Sun Fire 15K/12K server add-on component
Sun Fire 15K/12K system controller server add-on
component
Sun Fire 15K/12K
domains
Agent
Core Sun Management Center agent layer
Sun Fire 15K/12K domain agent add-on component
Main SC
Agent
Core Sun Management Center agent layer
Sun Fire 15K/12K platform agent add-on component
Sun Fire 15K/12K system controller add-on
component
No other Sun Management Center layers should be
installed here.
Spare SC
Agent
Core Sun Management Center agent layer
Sun Fire 15K/12K platform agent add-on component
Sun Fire 15K/12K system controller add-on
component
No other Sun Management Center layers should be
installed here.
Workstations or
common network
location
Console
Core Sun Management Center console layer and basic
help component
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Installing From Installation CDs
TABLE 2-5 lists the three installation CDs supplied with your system. These CDs
contain all software and documentation necessary for installing and using Sun
Management Center 3.0 software with the Sun Fire 15K/12K systems. The contents
of the CDs are:
■
■
■
■
■
■
Sun Management Center 3.0 files containing basic core functionality and official
patches.
Sun Management Center 3.0 User’s Guide, Installation Guide, and Release Notes.
Sun Fire 15K/12K add-on components
Sun Management Center 3.0 Supplement and Release Notes for Sun Fire 15K/12K
Systems
Localized versions of code and documentation.
Other platforms’ code and documentation
Note – Two methods of installing the Sun Management Center 3.0 software are to
(1) insert each of the three CDs into a separate CD-ROM drive, load the three
directories into a common network location, and then perform the installation from
the common network location; or (2) download the CDs to a disk location for easier
access.
TABLE 2-5
Sun Management Center 3.0 Software Installation CDs
CD Label Name
Directory Name
Sun Management Center 3.0 Platform Update n(1 of 3)
Sun_Management_Center_3_0
Sun Management Center 3.0 Platform Update n(2 of 3)
Sun_Management_Center_3_0#1
Sun Management Center 3.0 Platform Update n(3 of 3)
Sun_Management_Center_3_0#2
where n is the number of the Platform Update.
Mounting Remote CD-ROM Drive
If any of the hosts do not have a local CD-ROM drive, you need to mount a remote
CD-ROM drive before installing the software on that host. The following example
shows how to mount a remote CD-ROM drive for the Sun Management Center 3.0
Sun Fire 15K/12K CD. If you cannot insert three CDs into three separate drives or
install from a common network location as noted previously, then you will need to
perform this procedure for each CD on each host.
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▼
To Mount Remote CD-ROM Drive
1. Log in as superuser to a host that has a CD-ROM drive.
2. Insert the Sun Management Center 3.0 Sun Fire 15K/12K CD into the CD-ROM
drive.
3. Type the share(1M) command on the same host as the CD-ROM drive to make
the CD-ROM usable across the network.
# share -o ro,anon=0 -F nfs /cdrom/Sun_Management_Center_3_0xx
where xx is the number of the CD.
4. Log in as superuser to the host without a CD-ROM drive, where you want to
install the software.
5. Make a local directory, if it does not already exist, on which to mount the
CD-ROM:
# mkdir /cdrom/Sun_Management_Center_3_0xx
where xx is the number of the CD.
6. Mount the /cdrom directory from the host with a CD-ROM drive on the /cdrom
directory you created on the host without a CD-ROM drive.
This example assumes that the host with a CD-ROM drive is a system controller.
# mount SCn:/cdrom/SunMC_3.0_Sun-Fire-15000 /cdrom/Sun_Management_Center_3_0xx
where n is the number of the main system controller (0 or 1) and xx is the number of
the CD.
Note – The CD-ROM directory in the preceding example (SunMC_3.0_Sun-Fire15000) applies to both Sun Fire 15K and 12K systems.
7. Change to the Sun Management Center software installation directory:
# cd /cdrom/Sun_Management_Center_3_0xx
where xx is the number of the CD.
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Note – If you receive the message Stale NFS file handle, reboot and start over.
▼
To Unmount Remote CD-ROM Drive
1. If you have only one CD-ROM drive available, you need to first unmount and
unshare the previous drive and then eject the CD.
2. Unmount the CD-ROM drive from the host with a CD-ROM drive.
# cd /
# umount /cdrom/Sun_Management_Center_3_0xx
where xx is the number of the CD.
3. Unshare the CD-ROM drive from the host with a CD-ROM drive.
# cd /
# unshare /cdrom/Sun_Management_Center_3_0xx
where xx is the number of the CD.
4. Remove the installation CD from the CD-ROM drive.
# cd /
# eject cdrom
Stopping Server and Agents Running on Host
Machine
If the Sun Management Center server or any agents are already running on a host
where you are going to install Sun Management Center software, stop them first (see
“Stopping and Exiting Sun Management Center Software” on page 43).
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Installing and Setting Up Server Machine
This section describes how to install and set up Sun Management Center 3.0
software on the Sun Management Center dedicated server machine.
Note – When setting up or installing the Sun Management Center software, type y
for yes, n for no, or q to quit.
▼
To Install Core Software on Server Machine
1. Log in as superuser on the server machine.
2. Change the directory to the PUn_path/sbin directory, where n is the number of the
Platform Update, and PUn_path is the location of the Sun Management Center 3.0
Platform Update n(1 of 3) CD or the disk copy of the CD.
# cd PUn_path/sbin
3. Start the installation by entering:
# ./es-inst
The system displays this message:
Please enter the target directory [/opt]:
4. Press Return to accept the default directory of /opt or type another directory
where the Sun Management Center 3.0 core software is to be installed.
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13
Note – If you type your own directory, be sure you replace your directory for /opt
in any path in subsequent instructions.
The system displays this message:
Select one of the following:
(1) Production Environment (PE)
(2) Developer Environment (DE)
Enter your choice: [1|2]
5. Type 1 for the Production Environment.
The system displays the following message:
Production Environment Installation
----------------------------------There are 3 layers for your selection:
Do you want to install components in layer: Server Layer? [y|n|q]
Do you want to install components in layer: Agent Layer? [y|n|q]
Do you want to install components in layer: Console Layer? [y|n|q]
6. Type y to install the Server Layer. Type n to not install the Agent Layer and
Console Layer.
After the system finishes installing the core software, the system displays a similar
message to this, depending on your system configuration:
==========================================================================
Sun Management Center 3.0 Addons Product Selection:
==========================================================================
Do you want to install
Do you want to install
Do you want to install
devices [y|n|q]
Do you want to install
Do you want to install
Do you want to install
Unicenter TNG? [y|n|q]
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the product: Advanced System Monitoring? [y|n|q]
the product: Premier Management Applications? [y|n|q]
the product: Monitoring and Management of A5x00 and T3
the product: Sun Fire 15K/12K Monitoring? [y|n|q]
the product: System Reliability Manager Product? [y|n|q]
the product: Sun Management Center Integration for
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7. The only product listed in the preceding box that is essential for monitoring the
Sun Fire 15K/12K systems is Sun Fire 15K/12K Monitoring. Determine which
other products to install based on licenses you have for additional features or any
additional servers in your installation that you want to monitor. If you want to
install Sun Fire 15K/12K add-on products now, go to Step 5 in the next procedure
“To Install Sun Fire 15K/12K Server Support on Server Machine” on page 15.
If you choose not to install Sun Fire 15K/12K add-on products now, the system
displays this message, after finishing the remainder of the installation:
Do you want to run setup now? [y|n|q]
8. Because the system can take up to 20 minutes running server setup and you will
have to set up the server again after you install the Sun Fire 15K/12K packages, it
is more efficient to type n to not run setup now.
▼
To Install Sun Fire 15K/12K Server Support on
Server Machine
If you are installing only Sun Fire 15K/12K server support now and have not
already installed core server software, perform Steps 1 through 4. If the core
software has been installed already, continue with Step 5.
1. Log in as superuser on the server machine.
2. Change the directory to the /opt/SUNWsymon/sbin directory.
This example assumes that you are installing in the default area/opt. If not replace
/opt with your own path.
# cd /opt/SUNWsymon/sbin
3. Start the installation by entering:
# ./es-inst
The system displays this message:
Please enter the source directory:
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4. Type the source directory where the Sun Fire 15K/12K server add-on packages
(SUNWesscs and SUNWscscs) reside.
For example, if you are installing from the Sun Management Center CD-ROM, you
would type:
Please enter the source directory: /cdrom/Sun_Management_Center_3_0xx/image
where xx is the number of the CD. The system displays this message:
=====================================================================
Sun Management Center 3.0 Addons Product Selection:
=====================================================================
Do you want to install the product: Sun Fire 15K/12K Monitoring? [y|n|q]
5. Type y to install the Sun Fire 15K/12K server add-on packages (SUNWesscs and
SUNWscscs) now.
6. The Sun Fire 15K/12K server support packages are installed, and the system
displays these messages:
....
....
Installation of <SUNWesscs> was successful.
....
....
Installation of <SUNWscscs> was successful.
Do you want to run setup now? [y|n|q]
7. See the following procedure for setting up the Sun Management Center 3.0
software on the server machine.
▼
To Set Up Software on Server Machine
After you have successfully installed the Sun Management Center 3.0 core software
and Sun Fire 15K/12K add-on components on the server machine, the system
displays this message:
Do you want to run setup now? [y|n|q]
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Caution – Be aware that you need to run setup before using the system initially,
and anytime you need to make changes to the configuration file.
1. Do one of the following:
a. Type n for no to not run the setup now. The setup script ends.
b. Type y for yes to run the setup now.
The system displays this message:
----------------------------------Sun Management Center Setup Program
----------------------------------....
....
You have the following Sun Management Center components installed
Sun Management Center Server
Sun Management Center Agent
....
....
This part of setup generates security keys used for communications
between processes....
....
....
Do you want to generate these keys using the Sun Management Center
default seed? [y|n|q]
2. Type y for yes to use the default seed.
The system displays this message:
....
....
The Sun Management Center base URL is relative to the Sun Management Center
Console.
The Sun Management Center Console is able to request help documentation via the
network.
If you have installed Sun Management Center help documentation in an httpaccessible location within your network, you may specify this location.
If Sun Management Center help is installed on the console host, simply accept
the default value.
Please enter base URL to Sun Management Center help [local]:
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3. Press Return if Sun Management Center help is installed on the console host. If
Sun Management Center help is in an http-accessible location within your
network, specify the URL.
Either way, the system might display the following message if you install the agent
layer on the server machine, and another process is using the default port of 161:
---------------WARNING--------------------It appears that agent.snmpPort 161 is already in use.
Sun Management Center agent may not be able to run due to this conflict.
There are two ways to correct this conflict:
1. Reconfigure the port that Sun Management Center uses.
2. Stop the process that is using the port.
You are currently running snmpdx, which may be causing the conflict.
Do you want to use a different port number for agent? [y|n|q]
4. Do one of the following:
a. If you do not want a different port number, type n for no.
This system displays this message:
NOTE: Prior to starting Sun Management Center agent, stop the
process using port 161.
Go to the message about starting the Sun Management Center Sun Fire 15K/12K
Server setup in Step 5.
b. If you do want a different port number, type y for yes.
The system displays the message:
Please enter any port [ 1100 to 65535 ] :
5. Type the new port number.
The system displays this message:
---------------------------------------------------------------Starting Sun Management Center Sun Fire 15K/12K Server Setup
---------------------------------------------------------------Would you like to setup this Sun Management Center package? [y|n|q]
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6. Type y to set up the Sun Fire 15K/12K server support now. Type n to not set up the
Sun Fire 15K/12K server support now.
Either way, the system displays this message:
---------------------------------------------------Starting Sun Management Center Sun Fire 15K/12K System Controller Server Setup
---------------------------------------------------Would you like to setup this Sun Management Center package? [y|n|q]
7. Type y to set up the Sun Fire 15K/12K system controller server support now. Type
n to not set up the Sun Fire 15K/12K system controller server support now.
Either way, the system displays this message:
Do you want to setup Sun Fire (6800/4810/4800/3800) platform administration
module [y|n|q]
Note – You do not need the Sun Fire (6800/4810/4800/3800) platform
administration module to monitor your Sun Fire 15K/12K system. You need to set
up this module only if you want to monitor a Sun Fire (6800/4810/4800/3800)
platform from this server.
8. Type y to set up the Sun Fire (6800/4810/4800/3800) platform administration
module now. Type n to not set up this module now.
Either way, the system displays this message, where nnnnnnnnnnnn.nnnn is the
identifying number of the setup log:
Please wait, Sun Management Center database setup in progress. It may take 15
to 20 minutes.
....
....
Setup log stored in /var/opt/SUNWsymon/install/setup.nnnnnnnnnnnn.nnnn
Do you want to start Sun Management Center agent and server components now?
[y|n|q]
9. Type y to start the Sun Management Center core agent, server, and Sun Fire
15K/12K server support now. Type n to not start this software now.
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Installing and Setting Up Sun Fire 15K/12K
Domains
This section describes how to install and set up the Sun Management Center 3.0 core
software and Sun Fire 15K/12K domain agents. Install and set up this software for
each Sun Fire 15K/12K domain to be monitored using the Sun Management Center
GUI. The procedure is the same for installing and setting up each domain. If you are
reinstalling Sun Management Center software on a domain, be sure you uninstall the
Sun Management Center 3.0 software on a domain, before you reinstall (see
“Reinstalling Sun Management Center 3.0 Software” on page 38).
Note – When setting up or installing the Sun Management Center software, type y
for yes, n for no, or q to quit.
▼
To Install Core Software on Sun Fire 15K/12K
Domains
1. Log in as superuser on the Sun Fire 15K/12K domain.
2. Change the directory to the PUn_path/sbin directory, where n is the number of the
Platform Update, and PUn_path is the location of the Sun Management Center 3.0
Platform Update n(1 of 3) CD or the disk copy of the CD.
# cd PUn_path/sbin
3. Start the installation by typing:
# ./es-inst
The system displays this message:
Please enter the target directory [/opt]:
4. Press Return to accept the default directory of /opt or type another directory
where the Sun Management Center 3.0 core software is to be installed.
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Note – If you type your own directory, be sure you replace your directory for /opt
in any path in subsequent instructions.
The system displays this message:
Select one of the following:
(1) Production Environment (PE)
(2) Developer Environment (DE)
Enter your choice: [1|2]
5. Type 1 for the Production Environment.
The system displays the following message:
Production Environment Installation
----------------------------------There are 3 layers for your selection:
Do you want to install components in layer: Server Layer? [y|n|q]
Do you want to install components in layer: Agent Layer? [y|n|q]
Do you want to install components in layer: Console Layer? [y|n|q]
6. Type y to install the Agent Layer. Type n to not install the Server Layer and
Console Layer.
After the system finishes installing the core software, the system displays a similar
message to this, depending on your system configuration:
==========================================================================
Sun Management Center 3.0 Addons Product Selection:
==========================================================================
Do you want to install
Do you want to install
Do you want to install
devices [y|n|q]
Do you want to install
Do you want to install
Do you want to install
Unicenter TNG? [y|n|q]
the product: Advanced System Monitoring? [y|n|q]
the product: Premier Management Applications? [y|n|q]
the product: Monitoring and Management of A5x00 and T3
the product: Sun Fire 15K/12K Monitoring? [y|n|q]
the product: System Reliability Manager Product? [y|n|q]
the product: Sun Management Center Integration for
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7. The only product listed in the preceding box that is essential for monitoring the
Sun Fire 15K/12K systems is Sun Fire 15K/12K Monitoring. Determine which
other products to install based on licenses you have for additional features or any
additional servers in your installation that you want to monitor. If you want to
install Sun Fire 15K/12K domain agents now, go to Step 5 in the next procedure
“To Install Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Agents” on page 22.
If you choose not to install Sun Fire 15K/12K add-on products now, the system
displays this message, after the system finishing the remainder of the installation:
Do you want to run setup now? [y|n|q]
8. It is more efficient to type n to not run setup now if you need to install the Sun
Fire 15K/12K packages. Otherwise, type y to run setup now.
▼
To Install Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Agents
Install the Sun Fire 15K/12K domain agent software for each domain to be
monitored using the Sun Management Center software. If you are only installing
Sun Fire 15K/12K domain agents and have not installed core software already,
perform Steps 1 through 4. If you have installed core software already, continue with
Step 5.
1. Log in as superuser on the Sun Fire 15K/12K domain.
2. Change the directory to the /opt/SUNWsymon/sbin directory.
This example assumes that you are installing in the default area /opt. If not, replace
/opt with your own path.
# cd /opt/SUNWsymon/sbin
3. Start the installation by typing:
# ./es-inst
The system displays this message:
Please enter the source directory:
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4. Type the source directory where the Sun Fire 15K/12K domain agent package
(SUNWesscd) resides.
For example, if you are installing from the Sun Management Center CD-ROM, you
would type:
Please enter the source directory: /cdrom/Sun_Management_Center_3_0xx/image
where xx is the number of the CD. The system displays this message:
=====================================================
Sun Management Center 3.0 Addons Product Selection:
=====================================================
Do you want to install the product: Sun Fire 15K/12K Monitoring? [y|n|q]
5. Type y for yes to install the Sun Fire 15K/12K domain agent package (SUNWesscd)
now.
The system installs the Sun Fire 15K/12K domain agent and displays this message:
Installation of <SUNWesscd> was successful.
▼
To Set up Domain Agents
After you have successfully installed the Sun Fire 15K/12K domain agent, the
system displays this message:
Do you want to run setup now? [y|n|q]
Caution – Be aware that you need to run setup before using the system initially,
and anytime you need to make changes in the configuration file.
1. Do one of the following:
a. Type n for no to not set up the Sun Fire 15K/12K domain agent now. The setup
script ends.
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b. Type y for yes to set up the Sun Fire 15K/12K domain agent now.
The system displays this message:
You have the following Sun Management Center components installed
Sun Management Center Agent
This part of setup generates security keys used for communications
between processes....
....
....
Do you want to generate these keys using the Sun Management Center
default seed? [y|n|q]
2. Type y for yes to use the default seed.
The system displays this message:
Please enter the Sun Management Center Server Hostname:
3. Type your server host name.
The system might display the following message if another process is using the
default port of 161:
---------------WARNING--------------------It appears that agent.snmpPort 161 is already in use.
Sun Management Center agent may not be able to run due to this conflict.
There are two ways to correct this conflict:
1. Reconfigure the port that Sun Management Center uses.
2. Stop the process that is using the port.
You are currently running snmpdx, which may be causing the conflict.
Do you want to use a different port number for agent? [y|n|q]
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4. Do one of the following:
a. If you do not want to use a different port number, type n for no.
This system displays this message:
NOTE: Prior to starting Sun Management Center agent, stop the
process using port 161.
Go to the message about starting the Sun Management Center Sun Fire 15K/12K
domain setup in Step 6.
b. If you do want a different port number, type y for yes.
The system displays the message:
Please enter any port [ 1100 to 65535 ] :
Caution – Be sure you specify the same port number for all Sun Fire 15K/12K
domains. Otherwise, the Sun Fire 15K/12K composite will not work. See also Steps 4
and 5 in the procedure “To Set Up Software on System Controllers” on page 30.
5. Type the new port number.
The system displays this message:
Do you want to setup Sun Fire (6800/4810/4800/3800) platform administration
module [y|n|q]
Note – You do not need the Sun Fire (6800/4810/4800/3800) platform
administration module to monitor your Sun Fire 15K/12K system. You need to set
up this module only if you want to monitor a Sun Fire (6800/4810/4800/3800)
platform from this domain.
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6. Type y to set up the Sun Fire (6800/4810/4800/3800) platform administration
module now. Type n to not set up this module now.
Either way, the system displays this message:
---------------------------------------------------------------Starting Sun Management Center Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Setup
---------------------------------------------------------------Would you like to setup this Sun Management Center package? [y|n|q]
7. Type y to set up the Sun Fire 15K/12K domain now. Type n to not set up the Sun
Fire 15K/12K domain now.
Either way, the system displays this message:
Do you want to start Sun Management Center agent now [y|n|q]
8. Type y for yes to start the Sun Management Center core agent and Sun Fire
15K/12K domain agent now. Type n to not start this software now.
Installing and Setting Up System Controllers
This section describes how to install and set up the Sun Management Center 3.0
software on a system controller. You need to install and set up this software on both
system controllers; the procedure is the same for both. If you are reinstalling
software on a system controller, be sure to uninstall the Sun Management Center
software on a system controller, before you reinstall (see “Reinstalling Sun
Management Center 3.0 Software” on page 38).
Note – When setting up or installing the Sun Management Center software, type y
for yes, n for no, or q to quit.
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▼
To Install Core Agent on System Controllers
1. Log in as superuser on the system controller.
2. Change the directory to the PUn_path/sbin directory, where n is the number of the
Platform Update, and PUn_path is the location of the Sun Management Center 3.0
Platform Update n(1 of 3) CD or the disk copy of the CD.
# cd PUn_path/sbin
3. Start the installation by typing:
# ./es-inst
The system displays this message:
Please enter the target directory [/opt]:
4. Press Return to accept the default directory of /opt or type another directory
where the Sun Management Center 3.0 core software is to be installed.
Note – If you type your own directory, be sure to replace your directory for /opt in
any path in subsequent instructions.
The system displays this message:
Select one of the following:
(1) Production Environment (PE)
(2) Developer Environment (DE)
Enter your choice: [1|2]
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5. Type 1 for the Production Environment.
The system displays the following message:
Production Environment Installation
----------------------------------There are 3 layers for your selection:
Do you want to install components in layer: Server Layer? [y|n|q]
Do you want to install components in layer: Agent Layer? [y|n|q]
Do you want to install components in layer: Console Layer? [y|n|q]
6. Type y to install the Agent Layer. Type n to not install the Server Layer and
Console Layer.
The system displays a similar message to this, depending on your system
configuration:
==========================================================================
Sun Management Center 3.0 Addons Product Selection:
==========================================================================
Do you want to install
Do you want to install
Do you want to install
devices [y|n|q]
Do you want to install
Do you want to install
Do you want to install
Unicenter TNG? [y|n|q]
the product: Advanced System Monitoring? [y|n|q]
the product: Premier Management Applications? [y|n|q]
the product: Monitoring and Management of A5x00 and T3
the product: Sun Fire 15K/12K Monitoring? [y|n|q]
the product: System Reliability Manager Product? [y|n|q]
the product: Sun Management Center Integration for
7. The only product listed in the preceding box that is essential for monitoring the
Sun Fire 15K/12K systems is Sun Fire 15K/12K Monitoring. Determine which
other products to install based on licenses you have for additional features or any
additional servers in your installation that you want to monitor. If you want to
install Sun Fire 15K/12K add-on products now, go to Step 5 in the next procedure
“To Install Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Agent on System Controllers” on page 29.
If you choose not to install Sun Fire 15K/12K add-on products now, the system
displays this message after finishing the remainder of the installation:
Do you want to run setup now? [y|n|q]
8. It is more efficient to type n to not run setup now if you still need to install the
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Agent. Otherwise, type y to run setup now.
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▼
To Install Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Agent on
System Controllers
If you are only installing the Sun Fire 15K/12K platform agent now and have not
installed the core software already, perform Steps 1 through 4. If you have installed
the core software already, continue with Step 5.
1. Log in as superuser on the system controller.
2. Change the directory to the /opt/SUNWsymon/sbin directory.
This example assumes that you are installing in the default area /opt. If not, replace
/opt with your own path.
# cd /opt/SUNWsymon/sbin
3. Start the installation by typing:
# ./es-inst
The system displays this message:
Please enter the source directory:
4. Type the source directory where the Sun Fire 15K/12K platform agent add-ons
(SUNWesscp and SUNWscsca) reside.
For example, if you are installing from the Sun Management Center CD-ROM, you
would type:
Please enter the source directory: /cdrom/Sun_Management_Center_3_0xx/image
where xx is the number of the CD. The system displays this message:
===================================================================
Sun Management Center 3.0 Addons Product Selection:
===================================================================
Do you want to install the product: Sun Fire 15K/12K Monitoring? [y|n|q]
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5. Type y for yes to install the Sun Fire 15K/12K platform agent add-ons (SUNWesscp
and SUNWscsca) now.
The Sun Fire 15K/12K platform agent add-ons are installed, and the system displays
this message:
Installation of <SUNWesscp> was successful.
....
....
Installation of <SUNWscsca> was successful.
▼
To Set Up Software on System Controllers
After successfully installing the Sun Fire 15K/12K platform agent support, the
system displays this message:
Do you want to run setup now? [y|n|q]
Caution – Be aware that you need to run setup before using the system initially,
and anytime you need to make changes in the configuration file.
1. Do one of the following:
a. Type n for no to not run the setup now. The setup script ends.
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b. Type y for yes to run the setup now.
The system sets up the core agent layer on the system controller and displays this
message:
----------------------------------Sun Management Center Setup Program
----------------------------------....
....
You have the following Sun Management Center components installed
Sun Management Center Agent
This part of setup generates security keys used for communications
between processes....
....
....
Do you want to generate these keys using the Sun Management Center
default seed? [y|n|q]
2. Type y for yes to use the default seed.
The system displays this message:
Please enter the Sun Management Center Server Hostname:
3. Type your server host name.
The system might display the following message if another process is using the
default port of 161:
---------------WARNING-------------------It appears that agent.snmpPort 161 is already in use.
Sun Management Center agent may not be able to run due to this
conflict.
There are two ways to correct this conflict:
1. Reconfigure the port that Sun Management Center uses.
2. Stop the process that is using the port.
You are currently running snmpdx. which may be causing the
conflict.
Do you want to use a different port number for agent? [y|n|q]
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4. Do one of the following:
a. If you do not want a different port number, type n for no.
This system displays this message:
NOTE: Prior to starting Sun Management Center agent, stop the
process using port 161.
Go to the message about starting the Sun Management Center Sun Fire 15K/12K
Platform setup in Step 6.
b. If you do want a different port number, type y for yes.
The system displays the message:
Please enter any port [ 1100 to 65535 ] :
5. Type the new port number.
The system displays this message:
Do you want to setup Sun Fire (6800/4810/4800/3800) platform administration
module [y|n|q]
Note – You do not need the Sun Fire (6800/4810/4800/3800) platform
administration module to monitor your Sun Fire 15K/12K system. Set up this
module only to monitor a Sun Fire (6800/4810/4800/3800) platform from this system
controller.
6. Type y to set up the Sun Fire (6800/4810/4800/3800) platform administration
module now. Type n to not set up this module now.
Either way, the system displays this message:
---------------------------------------------------------------Starting Sun Management Center Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Setup
---------------------------------------------------------------Would you like to setup this Sun Management Center package? [y|n|q]
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7. Type y for yes to set up Sun Fire 15K/12K platform agent now.
The system displays this message:
Is this Sun Fire 15K/12K platform configured with a spare SC?
[y|n|q]
8. Type y for yes if your Sun Fire 15K/12K system is configured with a spare system
controller, or type n for no if there is no spare system controller.
If you choose yes, the system displays this message:
Please enter the alternate SC hostname (not main_hostname) for this
platform.
Alternate SC hostname: alternate_hostname
9. If you have a spare system controller, type in the host name for the spare (or
alternate) system controller.
The system displays this message:
The Platform agent will create a composite object that includes
Sun Management Center agents loaded on Sun Fire 15K/12K domains.
The default port to be checked for Sun Fire 15K/12K Domains is:
161.
Do you want to change the port that will be checked? [y|n|q]
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Caution – Specify the same port number that you specified when setting up the
domain agents on all Sun 15K/12K domains. Otherwise, the Sun Fire 15K/12K
composite will not work. See also Steps 4 and 5 of the procedure “To Set up Domain
Agents” on page 23. Type n to not change the default port or y to change the default
port. If you type y, you are prompted to specify a new default port number; type in
the port number.
Either way, the system completes the platform agent setup and displays this
message, where port_number is the default port number you specified:
Sun Fire 15K/12K domain agent ports: port_number
...
...
------------------------------------------------------------Starting Sun Management Center Sun Fire 15K/12K System Controller
Agent Setup
------------------------------------------------------------Would you like to setup this Sun Management Center package? [y|n|q]
10. Type y to set up the system controller agent now.
The system displays the following message. Note that the es-startup script loads
the following drivers automatically on the CP1500 if you type y for yes to continue:
Proper setup requires loading the drivers i2c, i2cadc, i2cgpio.
This will enable us to collect voltage and temperature data for
the CP1500.
Please refer to the SPARCengine ASM Reference Manual for more
information.
Would you like to continue? [y|n|q]
11. Type y to load the three drivers automatically and continue the system controller
agent setup.
The system completes the system controller agent setup and displays this message:
Do you want to start Sun Management Center agent now? [y|n|q]
12. Type y to start the Sun Management Center core agent, Sun Fire 15K/12K platform
agent, and Sun Fire 15K/12K system controller agent now. Type n to not start this
software now.
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Installing and Setting Up Workstations or
Network
This section describes how to install and set up the Sun Management Center 3.0 core
console software. There is no Sun Fire 15K/12K system-specific console software.
You need to install and set up the core console software on a common network
location or for each workstation where you want to monitor the Sun Fire 15K/12K
system by using the Sun Management Center GUI. The procedure is the same for
installing and setting up the common network location or each workstation. If you
are reinstalling Sun Management Center software on a common network location or
a workstation, be sure you uninstall the Sun Management Center 3.0 software on the
common network location or a workstation, before you reinstall (see “Reinstalling
Sun Management Center 3.0 Software” on page 38).
Note – When setting up or installing the Sun Management Center software, type y
for yes, n for no, or q to quit.
▼
To Install and Set Up Console Software on
Workstations or Network
1. Log in as superuser on the workstation or network where the Sun Management
Center 3.0 console software is to be installed.
2. Change the directory to the PUn_path/sbin directory, where n is the number of the
Platform Update, and PUn_path is the location of the Sun Management Center 3.0
Platform Update n(1 of 3) CD or the disk copy of the CD.
# cd PUn_path/sbin
3. Start the installation by typing:
# ./es-inst
The system displays this message:
Please enter the target directory [/opt]:
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4. Press Return to accept the default directory of /opt or type another directory
where you want Sun Management Center 3.0 console software to be installed.
Note – If you type your own directory, be sure you replace your directory for /opt
in any path in subsequent instructions.
The system displays this message:
Select one of the following:
(1) Production Environment (PE)
(2) Developer Environment (DE)
Enter your choice: [1|2]
5. Type 1 for the Production Environment.
The system displays the following message:
Production Environment Installation
----------------------------------There are 3 layers for your selection:
Do you want to install components in layer: Server Layer? [y|n|q]
Do you want to install components in layer: Agent Layer? [y|n|q]
Do you want to install components in layer: Console Layer? [y|n|q]
6. Type y to install the Console Layer. Type n to not install the Server Layer and
Agent Layer.
After the system finishes the installation, the system displays a similar message to
this, depending on your system configuration:
==========================================================================
Sun Management Center 3.0 Addons Product Selection:
==========================================================================
Do you want to install
Do you want to install
Do you want to install
devices? [y|n|q]
Do you want to install
Do you want to install
Do you want to install
Unicenter TNG? [y|n|q]
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the product: Advanced System Monitoring? [y|n|q]
the product: Premier Management Applications? [y|n|q]
the product: Monitoring and Management of A5x00 and T3
the product: Sun Fire 15K/12K Monitoring? [y|n|q]
the product: System Reliability Manager Product? [y|n|q]
the product: Sun Management Center Integration for
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7. None of the products listed in the preceding box is essential for monitoring the
Sun Fire 15K/12K systems. Determine which products to install based on licenses
you have for additional features or any additional servers in your installation that
you want to monitor.
After the system finishes the remainder of the installation, the system displays this
message:
Do you want to run setup now? [y|n|q]
8. Because there are no Sun Fire 15K/12K system-specific console packages to install,
it is more efficient to type y to run setup now.
If you type y, the system performs the console setup
Installing Localized Versions of Sun
Management Center Add-on Packages
From the CD
To install the localized packages, perform the following steps after the installation of
the English Sun Management Center 3.0 software and add-on product packages is
complete.
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To Install Localized Packages
1. Insert the Platform Update 3 CD (2 of 3) into the CD-ROM drive.
2. Open a command window and (if you are not already superuser) become
superuser by using the su - command.
3. Change to the CD-ROM directory and type the following command:
# cd /cdrom/sun_management_center_3_0
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4. From the localization directory, type the following command to run the
installation script:
# ./es-inst-l10n
Reinstalling Sun Management Center 3.0
Software
Before reinstalling Sun Management Center software, uninstall the existing software
using the uninstall script (es-uninst). Refer to the Sun Management Center 3.0
Software Installation Guide for instructions about how to uninstall the software. The
Sun Fire 15K/12K system-specific components are uninstalled with the rest of the
Sun Management Center software. Before reinstalling the software, ensure that there
are no files remaining in the /var/opt/SUNWsymon directory.
Reinstalling Sun Fire 15K/12K Add-on
Packages Only
When reinstalling Sun Fire 15K/12K add-on packages only, remove and uninstall the
Sun Fire 15K/12K add-on packages first. You do not need to remove and uninstall
the Sun Management Center 3.0 core packages. Use the pkgrm(1) command to
remove the Sun Fire 15K/12K add-on packages. See the list of Sun Fire 15K/12K
add-on packages in TABLE 2-1.
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Reconfiguring Sun Fire 15K/12K Setup
Parameters
You can reconfigure the Sun Fire 15K/12K setup parameters at any time by running
the setup script (es-setup) again. You must reconfigure the appropriate Sun Fire
15K/12K setup parameters if certain changes occur, including:
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If the Sun Fire 15K/12K system name is changed, reconfigure the Sun Fire
15K/12K domain and platform components.
If the Sun Management Center agent port configuration changes for the Sun Fire
15K/12K domain agents, reconfigure the Sun Fire 15K/12K platform component.
If a spare system controller is added or removed from the platform configuration,
reconfigure the Sun Fire 15K/12K platform component.
If the Sun Management Center server host or trap agent port configuration
changes, reconfigure the Sun Fire 15K/12K platform and domain components.
If a host IP address changes, reconfigure the components on that host.
For information about where these components are located, see TABLE 2-4.
Note – You do not need to rerun setup after System Management Services (SMS)
software is reinstalled; however, you do need to restart the Sun Management Center
software.
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To Rerun Setup Script
1. Log in as superuser on the machine where the components are that you want to
reconfigure (see TABLE 2-4 for the location of the components).
2. Change the directory to the /opt/SUNWsymon/sbin directory.
This example assumes that you are using the default area /opt. If not, replace /opt
with your own path.
# cd /opt/SUNWsymon/sbin
3. Stop the components to be reconfigured.
The command you use to stop the component depends on which component you are
reconfiguring:
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a. To stop the Sun Fire 15K/12K server and agent components if they are currently
running on the server machine:
# ./es-stop -Sa
b. To stop a Sun Fire 15K/12K domain agent currently running in a domain, type:
# ./es-stop -a
c. To stop the host agent, which monitors the SC, and platform agent, if they are
currently running on the SC:
# ./es-stop -al
4. Run the setup script to set up the component layers:
# ./es-setup
5. Follow the instructions in the setup procedures for the corresponding components
with these two additional prompts:
a. Sun Management Center Server
In the setup for the Sun Management Center server, the system displays this
message:
Do you want to preserve your existing data? [y|n|q]
Note – If you answer y for yes, the system preserves any data in the database,
including open and closed alarms, loaded modules and their configurations,
discoveries, managed objects, and rule thresholds.
Type y to keep any existing topology and event data; or type n to discard the
data.
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b. Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Agent
In the setup for the Sun Fire 15K/12K domain agent, the system displays this
message:
server-hostname appears to be configured as your Sun Management Center
server. Is this correct? [y|n|q]
Type y for yes if this is your Sun Management Center server, or type n for no if
not. If you type n, you are prompted to type your correct server host name.
6. Restart the components that you stopped.
Starting Sun Management Center
Software
The es-start command requires different command arguments, depending on
which component you are starting. Refer to the Sun Management Center 3.0 Software
Installation Guide for a list of the options for es-start. The -h option for es-start
also lists all the options. The following procedure describes some common
es-start options.
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To Start Sun Management Center Software
1. Log in as superuser on the machine where the components are to be started (see
TABLE 2-4 for the location of the components).
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2. Change the directory to the /opt/SUNWsymon/sbin directory.
This example assumes that your software in the default area /opt. If not, replace
/opt with your own path.:
# cd /opt/SUNWsymon/sbin
On the system controller, start the Sun Management Center agents:
# ./es-start -al
This command starts the core and platform agents. The platform agent provides all
the Sun Fire 15K/12K system information to Sun Management Center software.
3. To start the Sun Management Center agent on a Sun Fire 15K/12K domain with
only the Sun Management Center agent layer installed, type:
# ./es-start -a
4. To start all the Sun Management Center components on the Sun Management
Center server host with all layers installed, type:
# ./es-start -A
Note – Upon rebooting, all Sun Management Center agents start automatically.
5. To start the console, type:
# ./es-start -c
Note – To start the console, you can also be logged in as your own user ID; you do
not have to be logged in as superuser. However, to access the Platform or Domain
Config Reader, you must be in the appropriate security access groups. See “Security
Considerations for Defining Groups” on page 47.
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Stopping and Exiting Sun Management
Center Software
This section describes stopping and exiting Sun Management Center software:
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Stop the server and agent components by typing the es-stop command with the
correct command argument.
Exit the console through the main console window.
To Stop Server and Agents
The es-stop command requires different command arguments depending on
which component you are stopping. Refer to the Sun Management Center 3.0 Software
Installation Guide for a list of the es-stop options. The -h option for es-stop also
lists all the options. The following procedure describes some common es-stop
options.
1. Log in as superuser on the machine where the components are to be stopped (see
TABLE 2-4 for the location of the components).
2. Change the directory to the /opt/SUNWsymon/sbin directory.
This example assumes that your software is in the default area /opt. If not, replace
/opt with your own path:
# cd /opt/SUNWsymon/sbin
3. To stop the server and agent components on the server machine, type:
# ./es-stop -Sa
4. To stop the domain agent components on the host machine for a domain, type:
# ./es-stop -a
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5. On the system controller, to stop the host agent, which monitors the SC, and
platform agent:
# ./es-stop -al
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To Exit Console
1. From the menu bar on the main console window, select File and Exit.
2. Click the Exit button on the Exit Sun Management Center dialog box.
Sun Management Center Web Interface
The Sun Management Center Web Interface is an optional, licensed Sun
Management Center feature that provides most of the functionality available in the
Sun Management Center Java-based Console. For a detailed description of the Sun
Management Center Web Interface, refer to Chapter 20 in the Sun Management Center
3.0 Software User’s Guide.
Note – Be aware that the Web Interface provides no physical or logical views of the
Sun Fire 15K/12K system. See Chapter 5 in this document for more information
about physical and logical views.
Installation and Setup Log Files
This sections provides examples of messages the system displays at the end of the
installation and setup scripts. You can look at these files to see if there were any
problems during installation and setup, and you can use these files for diagnosing
errors.
This example shows a message when an installation script completes, where
nnnnnnnnnnnn.nnnnn is the identifying number of the installation log:
Log file: /var/opt/SUNWsymon/install/install.nnnnnnnnnnnn.nnnnn
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This example shows a message when a setup script completes, where
nnnnnnnnnnnn.nnnn is the identifying number of the setup log:
Log file: /var/opt/SUNWsymon/install/setup.nnnnnnnnnnnn.nnnn
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CHAPTER
3
Security Access Setup
This chapter describes how to set up user privileges to perform Sun Management
Center administrative tasks on Sun Fire 15K/12K systems. After the Sun
Management Center software is installed and set up, you need to set up users in two
different software administrative groups according to the tasks they will perform:
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Sun Management Center user groups—refer to Chapter 14, “Sun Management
Center Security,” in the Sun Management Center 3.0 Software User’s Guide for more
information about general Sun Management Center security.
System Management Services (SMS) user groups—because SMS software
manages the Sun Fire 15K/12K system controller, you need to set up user
privileges in SMS groups, as well as Sun Management Center groups, to manage
the Sun Fire 15K/12K platform and domains from the system controller. Refer to
Chapter 2, “SMS Security,” in the System Management Services (SMS) 1.2
Administrator Guide for more information about general SMS security.
Security Considerations for Defining
Groups
To use a Sun Management Center tool or module that requires membership in a
System Management Services administrative group, your user ID must be listed as a
member of that group in the group definition accessed by each of the two software
packages. In other words, both the Sun Management Center and the System
Management Services software must find your user ID as a member of the
appropriate administrative group.
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There are two ways to ensure that both Sun Management Center and System
Management Services identify your user ID as a member of the appropriate System
Management Services administrative group:
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Define and maintain the groups in a centralized network name service such as
Network Information Service (NIS) that both the Sun Management Center and
System Management Services software access.
Define and maintain the groups locally in separate /etc/groups files on the Sun
Management Center server host and the Sun Fire 15K/12K system controller and
make sure that the System Management Services group definition on the Sun
Management Center server host is identical to (or a subset of) the definition on
the Sun Fire 15K/12K system controller. In other words, user IDs listed as
members of System Management Services administrative groups on the Sun
Management Center server host must also be identified as members of those
groups on the Sun Fire 15K/12K system controller.
Obviously, maintaining a single file on a centralized name server host is more
convenient and less prone to error than maintaining two separate files with identical
information on two different machines. But there are security considerations that
might affect the method you choose and how you implement it.
Superuser Access
Both the Sun Management Center and SMS environments provide different
administrative groups, so that you can assign different administrative privileges to
different users. This system assumes that the power to add or remove users from
these groups is tightly controlled. However, anyone with superuser privileges on the
machine where group membership is defined has the power to create or delete
groups and add or remove group members. Clearly, if unauthorized users have
superuser privileges, they gain the ability to add themselves (or others) to
administrative groups and that undercuts the purpose of having such groups.
Therefore, a key security consideration is how many people (and which people)
have superuser privileges on either the central name server or the combination of
Sun Management Center server host and Sun Fire 15K/12K system controller. While
it is assumed that superuser privileges on the system controller are tightly
controlled, in some environments, superuser privileges on the Sun Management
Center server host are held by many people. At other sites, superuser privileges are
tightly restricted. In some environments, many people are granted superuser
privileges on the name server. In others, superuser access to the name server is
strictly limited.
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Name Service Switch
The group setting in the name service switch file (/etc/nsswitch.conf) on both
the Sun Management Center server host and the Sun Fire 15K/12K system controller
affects group membership security. By default, most switch files are set up so that if
an application does not find the group information it needs in one source (such as
the /etc/group file), it looks in another source such as an NIS name server; or vice
versa. Therefore, if security is a consideration, you need to edit the group setting in
the name service switch file to specify only a single source.
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To specify that the only source for group membership is the NIS server, edit the
group line in the /etc/nsswitch.conf file on both the Sun Management
Center and the Sun Fire 15K/12K system controller to read:
group nis
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To specify that the only source for group membership is the local /etc/groups
file, edit the group line in /etc/nsswitch.conf file on both the Sun
Management Center and the Sun Fire 15K/12K system controller to read:
group files
Network Name Service
If you have more than one Sun Fire 15K/12K system and you maintain group
definitions on a central NIS name server, you may want to rename the System
Management Services administrative groups from their default values. If group
membership is maintained on a central name server, and two or more Sun Fire
15K/12K systems use the same name for an SMS administrative group, then
members of that group have administrative privileges on both machines.
For example, the default name for the Domain B administrative group is dmnbadmn.
If more than one machine uses that name, then members of that group have
administrative privileges over each machine’s Domain B. You can restrict
administrative privileges to a single machine by renaming the administrative groups
on each machine to have unique values such as dmnbadmn1 and dmnbadmn2.
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Sun Management Center Groups
TABLE 3-1 describes the default Sun Management Center administrative groups.
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Default Sun Management Center Administrative Groups
Group Name
Group
Description
esadm
Administrator
group
Can perform all administrative tasks including loading and
unloading modules, maintaining access control for users
and groups, and working with administrative domains,
hosts, and modules.
esops
Operator group
Has a subset of esadm privileges. Can enable and disable
modules but cannot load and unload them. Can perform
monitoring tasks. Can acknowledge, delete, or fix events.
esdomadm
Domain group
Has a Sun Management Center domain-specific subset of
esadm privileges. Can create administrative domains,
create groups within administrative domains, add objects
to groups or administrative domains.
General
user
General user
group
By default, anyone listed in the esusers file is considered
to be a member of the ANYGROUP group. Can view
administrative domains, hosts, modules, events; graph
data; and trigger manual refreshes. Can also run ad-hoc
commands.
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To Add Users Into Sun Management Center
User Groups
● Add the user IDs of all Sun Management Center users in the
/var/opt/SUNWsymon/cfg/esusers file on the Sun Management Center server
host.
The user IDs must be valid UNIX user IDs.
The following example is a typical partial listing in the
/var/opt/SUNWsymon/cfg/esusers file for all Sun Management Center users:
esmaster
espublic
root
user1
user2
user3
user4
user5
....
....
Note – The Sun Management Center user ID esmaster is comparable to being a
superuser or root in UNIX; it provides administrative privileges. The Sun
Management Center user ID espublic is comparable to logging into a UNIX
system as guest; it provides general access privileges. These two user IDs are added
to the Sun Management Center esusers file when the software is installed on the
server and cannot be changed. To use these user IDs to perform management
operations on a Sun Fire 15K/12K platform or domain, add these IDs to the
appropriate SMS group.
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System Management Services Groups
TABLE 3-2 describes the default SMS administrative groups.
TABLE 3-2
Default SMS Administrative Groups
Group Name
Group
Description
platadmn
Platform
administrator
group
Has all platform administrative privileges including
controlling boards and components power and assigning
system boards to Sun Fire 15K/12K domains. Does not
have platform service privileges. Can assign board to
domains if the board is free (unassigned). Can delete
(unassign) a board from a domain if the board is not
connected. Cannot connect, configure, unconfigure, or
disconnect a board from a domain.
platoper
Platform
operator group
Has a subset of platadmn privileges. Can view platform
status.
dmnxadmn1
Domain
administrator
group
Can access the Sun Fire 15K/12K domain’s console and
perform Sun Fire 15K/12K domain control, status, and
access control tasks. Can connect, configure, unconfigure,
and disconnect system boards from the domain. Can assign
boards to the domain if they are listed in the domain’s ACL
and they have not been assigned to some other domain.
dmnxrcfg2
Domain
reconfiguration
group
Has a subset of dmnxadmn privileges. Can reconfigure and
control power to system boards in the Sun Fire 15K/12K
domain.
1.Where x is a letter from a through r indicating a specific Sun Fire 15K/12K domain. For
example, dmnbadmn is the administrative group for domain B.
2.Where x is a letter from a through r indicating a specific Sun Fire 15K/12K domain. For
example, dmnbrcfg is the reconfiguration group for domain B.
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Groups
Note – The user IDs must be valid UNIX user IDs.
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1. Add user IDs to the appropriate SMS group either in a central name service such
as Network Information Service (NIS), which both the Sun Management Center
server and the Sun Fire 15K/12K can access, or in the /etc/group file on the Sun
Management Center server host and the Sun Fire 15K/12K system controller.
2. If you are using the /etc/group files, the group IDs are automatically created
during SMS installation on the system controllers. Use the smsconfig(1M)
command with the -a option to add user IDs one at a time to the /etc/group file
on the system controllers. Refer to the Sun System Management Services (SMS) 1.2
Reference Manual for more information about using the smsconfig(1M) command.
3. On the Sun Management Center server, add the group IDs and user ID in the
/etc/group file in the exact manner they appear in the system controllers’
/etc/group files.
For example, this is a typical partial listing in the /etc/group file of groups and
user IDs for access to various Sun Management Center tasks:
root::0:root
other::1:
bin::2:root,bin,daemon
sys::3:root,bin,sys,adm
adm::4:root,adm,daemon
uucp::5:root,uucp
mail::6:root
tty::7:root,tty,adm
lp::8:root,lp,adm
nuucp::9:root,nuucp
staff::10:
daemon::12:root,daemon
sysadmin::14:
nobody::60001:
noaccess::60002:
nogroup::65534:
esadm::1000:root,guest,user1,user2
esdomadm::1001:root,guest,user3
esops::1002:guest,user4
platadmn::118:root,guest,user1,user2
platoper::119:root,guest,user4
dmnaadmn::121:user1, user3
dmnarcfg::122:user3
dmnbadmn::123:user1, user5
dmnbrcfg::124:user5
....
....
....
dmnradmn::155:
dmnrrcfg::156:
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Using Sun Fire 15K/12K Modules
Administrative group requirements for using Sun Fire 15K/12K modules are
summarized in TABLE 3-3.
TABLE 3-3
Sun Fire 15K/12K Modules and Administrative Groups
Module Name
Sun Management
Center Groups
System Management Services Groups
Platform Config Reader
Any
platadmn, platoper
Platform/Domain State
Management (PDSM)
Any
Depends on operation (see “SMS Groups
Required for PDSM Operations”)
Domain Config Reader
esadm
No requirement
Dynamic Reconfiguration
esadm
No requirement
SC Config Reader
Any
No requirement
SC Monitoring
Any
No requirement
SC Status
Any
No requirement
For more information about setting up or changing service administrative groups,
refer to Sun System Management Services (SMS) 1.2 Administrator Guide. For more
information about setting up, changing, or further access privileges of Sun
Management Center groups, refer to Sun Management Center 3.0 Software User’s
Guide.
SMS Groups Required for PDSM Operations
To perform Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform/Domain State Management (PDSM)
operations, you must be a member of the appropriate SMS group for that operation:
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Domain View (TABLE 3-5)
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Platform View Access Permissions
The platform view is readable only by the platform administrator (platadmn) and
platform operator (platoper). TABLE 3-4 describes the management operations
available in the platform view and the access privileges required for each operation.
TABLE 3-4
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform View Management Operations and Access
Platform View Operation
Access
System Controller Power
platadmn, platoper
Power Supply Power
platadmn, platoper
Fan Tray Speed
platadmn, platoper
Slot 0 and Slot 1 Board Power
platadmn, platoper
Addboard for Slot 0 and 1 Boards and Empty Slots
platadmn
Deleteboard for Slot 0 and 1 Boards and Empty Slots
platadmn
Moveboard for Slot 0 and 1 Boards and Empty Slots
platadmn
Show Status
platadmn, platoper
Domain View Access Permissions
The 18 Sun Fire 15K domains (a through r) and 9 Sun Fire 12K domains are readable
only by their respective Sun Fire 15K/12K domain administrator (dmnxadmn) and
Sun Fire 15K/12K domain reconfigurer (dmnxrcfg), and for some tasks performed
by the platform administrator (platadmn) and platform operator (platoper).
TABLE 3-5 describes the management operations available in the Sun Fire 15K/12K
domain view and the access privileges required for each operation.
TABLE 3-5
Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain View Management Operations and Access
Domain View Operation
Access
Domain Tag
platadmn
Keyswitch
dmnxadmn
Domain ACL
platadmn
Reset
dmnxadmn
Slot 0 and Slot 1 Board Power
dmnxadmn, dmnxrcfg, platadmn,
platoper
Slot 0 and Slot 1 Board Test
dmnxadmn
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TABLE 3-5
Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain View Management Operations and Access
(Continued)
Domain View Operation
Access
Addboard for Slot 0 and Slot 1 Boards and Empty
Slots
dmnxadmn, dmnxrcfg, platadmn
Deleteboard for Slot 0 and 1 Boards and Empty Slots
dmnxadmn, dmnxrcfg, platadmn
Moveboard for Slot 0 and 1 Boards and Empty Slots
dmnxadmn, dmnxrcfg, platadmn
Show Status
dmnxadmn, dmnxrcfg, platadmn,
platoper
Limit of 16 Group IDs for a User ID
Caution – Any single user ID can have up to 16 group IDs associated with it; any
group ID over 16 is ignored, which causes access problems for the user ID. In other
words, a user might appear to belong to a group, but if the 16 group limit is
exceeded, the user might not have the access privileges of that group. For more
information about how the system reacts when a user has more than 16 group IDs,
see “Possible Reasons for DR Operation Attempts Failing” on page 201.
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CHAPTER
4
Sun Fire 15K/12K Topology Objects
This chapter describes how to create, modify, and discover Sun Fire 15K/12K
topology objects. Refer to Chapter 3 of the Sun Management Center 3.0 Software User’s
Guide for general information about creating and monitoring Sun Management
Center objects.
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Composites
A Sun Fire 15K/12K composite is a Sun Management Center group object that
contains all hosts associated with a Sun Fire 15K/12K platform. This composite
includes these icons:
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Sun Fire 15K/12K group
Main Sun Fire 15K/12K platform
Spare Sun Fire 15K/12K platform, designated with a circled X on the lower-right
corner
Each Sun Fire 15K/12K domain
Main Sun Fire 15K/12K system controller (CP 1500)
Spare Sun Fire 15K/12K system controller (CP 1500), designated with a circled X
on the lower-right corner
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The Sun Fire 15K/12K composite groups these objects together to enable easier
management of components of the Sun Fire 15K/12K platform. TABLE 4-1 shows the
Sun Fire 15K/12K icons.
TABLE 4-1
Sun Fire 15K/12K Icons
Icon
Description
Sun Fire 15K/12K Group Icon
Main Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Icon
Spare Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Icon or required SMS
daemon(s) is stopped
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Icon (when Sun Management
Center agent is not running)
Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Icon
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Sun Fire 15K/12K Icons (Continued)
Icon
Description
Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Icon (when Sun Management
Center agent is not running)
Main Sun Fire 15K/12K System Controller (CP 1500)
Spare Sun Fire 15K/12K System Controller (CP 1500)
Note – Icons for the hosts monitored by Sun Management Center agents include a
tag with the machine model, such as F15K/F12K. The icons for hosts that are not
monitored by Sun Management Center agents display no tags.
The Sun Fire 15K/12K system controller and domain hosts are independent hosts
running their own Solaris operating environment, so they also can be created and
discovered independently from the Sun Fire 15K/12K platform composite. The Sun
Fire 15K/12K system controller and domains can be created individually without
having to create a Sun Fire 15K/12K platform composite.
The Sun Fire 15K/12K system controller and domain hosts in a Sun Fire 15K/12K
platform composite can be included in multiple groupings in the Sun Management
Center topology so that you can view the hosts by their Sun Fire 15K/12K platform
association as well as by their network grouping. When Sun Fire 15K/12K hosts are
found by a discovery request, they are placed in the topology according to their
network groupings.
A Sun Fire 15K platform can have up to 18 domain hosts, and the Sun Fire 12K
platform can have up to 9 domain hosts. Only domains that are active and running
the Solaris operating environment are included in the composite object.
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To monitor Sun Fire 15K/12K domains and platforms, create a Sun Management
Center Sun Fire 15K/12K composite from the Create Topology Object window, or
use a Sun Management Center discovery request.
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To Create a Sun Fire 15K/12K Composite Object
For more information about this procedure, see “Creating a Composite Object” in
Chapter 3 of the Sun Management Center 3.0 Software User’s Guide.
1. In the hierarchy view of the main console window, select the level in the Sun
Management Center domain topology where the new composite object is to be
created.
2. In the main console window, select Create an Object from the Edit menu.
3. Click the Composite tab in the Create Topology Object window.
4. From the Object list box, select the Sun Fire 15K/12K Composite object.
5. Type relevant information in the text boxes.
6. Click OK.
The system displays this message:
Creating composite object... Please Wait.
The amount of time this operation requires depends on how many Sun Fire
15K/12K domains are running.
You can see the Sun Fire 15K/12K folder added to the current location in the Sun
Management Center domain topology. If the Sun Fire 15K/12K composite is not
created, follow the steps in “To Troubleshoot Composite Failure”.
7. Open the composite folder to see all the objects associated with the Sun Fire
15K/12K platform.
See FIGURE 4-1 for an example of a Sun Fire 15K/12K composite.
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FIGURE 4-1
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Example of a Sun Fire 15K/12K Composite
To Discover a Sun Fire 15K/12K Composite
For more information about this procedure, refer to “Initiating a Discovery Request”
in Chapter 4 of the Sun Management Center 3.0 Software User’s Guide.
1. In the hierarchy view of the main console window, select the level in the Sun
Management Center domain topology where you want to discover a Sun Fire
15K/12K composite object.
2. Select Discover from the Tools menu.
3. In the Discovery Requests dialog box, click Add.
4. Type information in the New Discover Request dialog box.
5. If the Sun Fire 15K/12K composite is not created, follow the steps in “To
Troubleshoot Composite Failure” on page 64.
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Note – If the system controller was busy at the time the discovery request was
made, run the discovery request again or increase the discovery request SNMP timeout value.
You can use the following Discovery Request filter options to customize your Sun
Fire 15K/12K composite discovery request:
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■
The Platform Type filter criteria enable you to include or exclude Sun Fire
15K/12K domain and platform types.
Sun Fire 15K/12K domain hosts and the system controller within the composite
can be filtered by the host names and operating system filter criteria. The host
names and operating system filter criteria do not filter Sun Fire 15K/12K platform
objects.
If the system controller is excluded by a filter criterion, the Sun Fire 15K/12K
composite objects are still examined by the Discovery Manager for inclusion in
the Sun Management Center domain.
Updating a Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform
Composite
After you have created the Sun Fire 15K/12K platform composite, the contents and
type of the composite Sun Management Center topology objects do not change. The
composite objects must be updated if:
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Sun Fire 15K/12K domains become active (running the Solaris operating
environment).
Spare system controller is added to or deleted from the platform configuration.
Sun Management Center monitoring for an object no longer shows the correct
monitor type. For example, if the Sun Management Center agent is not running
on the Sun Fire 15K/12K domain at the time the composite was created, an ICMP
Ping monitoring type host object is created for the Sun Fire 15K/12K domain.
After the Sun Management Center agent is running again, the Sun Fire 15K/12K
domain host object needs to be updated so that it can be monitored as a Sun
Management Center Agent—Host type.
Note – If Sun Fire 15K/12K domain hosts running the Sun Management Center
agent are monitored as a type other than a Sun Management Center Agent—Host,
verify that you have specified the correct Sun Fire 15K/12K domain ports during
system controller platform setup.
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To Update Composite Created by Create
Topology Object
● If the Sun Fire 15K/12K platform composite was created using the Create
Topology Object window, perform all updates to the composite manually.
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If Sun Fire 15K/12K composite objects have been added or deleted, delete or
create the objects as described in Chapter 3 of the Sun Management Center 3.0
Software User’s Guide.
If the monitoring type has changed, modify the topology object as described in
the “Modifying Objects” section of Chapter 3 in the Sun Management Center 3.0
Software User’s Guide.
Note – If the changes are numerous, it may be easier to delete the current Sun Fire
15K/12K composite object from the topology and recreate it. See “To Create a Sun
Fire 15K/12K Composite Object” for instructions.
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To Update Composite Created by Discovery
1. If the Sun Fire 15K/12K platform composite was created by the Discovery
Manager, many of the updates can be made by running a discovery request for the
main system controller. This discovery request can either be started manually or
scheduled for periodic running.
Running the discovery request makes these changes:
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New Sun Fire 15K/12K object, such as a spare system controller, is added to the
platform composite.
If an object monitoring type has changed to a level of higher monitoring
capability, the monitoring type is updated. Monitoring capability increases from
the ICMP Ping monitoring type to the SNMP Ping monitoring type to the Sun
Management Center Agent - Host monitoring type.
When running a discovery request, be aware of the following:
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Topology objects are not deleted from the platform composite.
If any of the topology objects have been modified from the Sun Management
Center console window, the object monitoring type is not updated.
2. If you prefer, you can create an updated platform composite by deleting the Sun
Fire 15K/12K platform composite from the topology and running a discovery
request.
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To Troubleshoot Composite Failure
If you are unable to create a Sun Fire 15K/12K platform composite, check for the
following:
1. Verify that the correct system controller host name and Sun Management Center
agent port number were specified in the Create Topology Object procedure or
discovery request.
Note – The system controller must be the main system controller for the platform,
not the spare system controller.
2. Log in to the system controller and verify that the two Sun Management Center
agents are running:
SC# ps -ef | grep esd
root 21020 1 2 Mar 10 ? 84:03 esd - init agent -dir
/var/opt/SUNWsymon
root 21858 1 3 Mar 10 ? 103:07 esd - init platform -dir
/var/opt/SUNWsymon
3. Try rerunning the discovery request or increasing the discovery request SNMP
time-out value.
4. Create the Sun Fire 15K/12K platform object directly by creating a node as
described in “To Create a Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Object” on page 66.
5. Examine the Browser tab of the platform Details window to confirm that the
Config Reader (Sun Fire 15K) module is loaded under Hardware and that the
module is not disabled. The Discovery Object Table provided by this module
defines the objects that are included in the Sun Fire 15K/12K platform composite.
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6. On the system controller, run this command to ensure that the Discovery Table
was created correctly:
SC# /opt/SUNWsymon/sbin/es-dt -v
If the output is not present or does not have the information contained in the
following example, the Discovery Table was not created correctly:
Label
Host
Port
OID
Node Object Type
Sun-Fire-15K-12K
<host name>
<port number>
1.3.6.1.4.1.42.2.85.1.1.22
Sun-Fire-15K-12K-platform-group
If you do not see this type of output, repeat the process starting with Step 5. If that
still does not work, contact your Sun service representative.
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Objects
Sun Fire 15K/12K platform information is provided by a Sun Management Center
platform agent running on the main system controller. When a spare system
controller is configured, two Sun Fire 15K/12K platform objects are present in the
Sun Fire 15K/12K platform composite. Sun Fire 15K/12K platform information is
only available from the platform object associated with the main system controller.
When a platform object is created as part of a composite, the platform object name
includes the associated system controller name in square brackets. The spare system
controller object and its associated spare Sun Fire 15K/12K platform topology
objects are designated with a circled X on the lower-right corner of the icon to
distinguish the spare from the main topology objects (TABLE 4-1).
After Sun Management Center has been installed and set up on the main and spare
system controllers and the Sun Fire 15K/12K platform objects have been created, no
Sun Management Center configuration changes are required when the spare system
controller becomes the acting main system controller. When this switch from spare
to acting main system controller occurs, the platform agent on the acting main
system controller becomes active and collects current information about the Sun Fire
15K/12K platform.
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Not all information that was available prior to this switch is available from the
newly active platform agent. The number of domain stops (dstops) and record
stops (rstops) encountered are reset to zero. A current error, such as a high
temperature, is reported if the condition still persists.
The Sun Management Center agents on the spare and main system controller are not
automatically synchronized. If you modify any of the default limits, attributes, or
loaded modules on either the main or spare system controller, you should make the
corresponding changes to the agents operating on the other system controller.
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To Create a Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Object
Sun Fire 15K/12K platform objects are created as part of the Sun Fire 15K/12K
composite. You can also create the platform objects directly.
1. Follow the instructions in “Creating a Node” in Chapter 3 of the Sun Management
Center 3.0 Software User’s Guide to create a Sun Fire 15K/12K platform object.
2. In Step 3 of that procedure, select the Agent - Platform monitoring type from the
pull-down menu (Monitor Via).
3. In Step 4 of that procedure, type the requested information.
Note – The default platform agent port number is port 166. Do not change this port
number unless the platform agent was configured on a different port during Sun
Management Center setup.
4. Click OK.
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CHAPTER
5
Sun Fire 15K/12K System Details
Windows
This chapter describes how to find hardware summaries, physical views, and logical
views from the platform, domain, and system controller Details windows for Sun
Fire 15K/12K systems. TABLE 5-1 lists the Sun Management Center agent modules for
the Sun Fire 15K/12K systems that are viewable from the Sun Fire 15K/12K system
Details windows:
TABLE 5-1
Sun Fire 15K/12K Agent Modules Viewable from the Details Windows
Module Name
Details Window
Platform Config Reader (PCR)
Sun Fire 15K/12K platform
Platform/Domain State Management
(PDSM)
Sun Fire 15K/12K platform
SC Monitoring Module (SCM)
Sun Fire 15K/12K platform
Domain Config Reader (DCR)
Sun Fire 15K/12K domain
Dynamic Reconfiguration (DR)
Sun Fire 15K/12K domain
SC Config Reader
Sun Fire 15K/12K system controller
SC Status
Sun Fire 15K/12K system controller
These modules provide Sun Fire 15K/12K hardware monitoring and management
capabilities and provide information about the Sun Fire 15K/12K composite
configuration. See Chapter 6 in this supplement for detailed information about the
objects and properties provided by these modules. See Chapter 7 and Chapter 8 in
this supplement for detailed information about performing Sun Fire 15K/12K
platform and domain dynamic reconfiguration and other management operations.
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This chapter provides details about the Sun Fire 15K/12K platform, system
controller, and domain information shown in the Details window. Three related
chapters in the Sun Management Center 3.0 Software User’s Guide provide general
information about using the Sun Management Center Details window:
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■
■
Chapter 5, “Sun Management Center Software Main Console Window,” describes
how to use the main Sun Management Center console window.
Chapter 6, “Browser,” describes how to display the Details window from the
main Sun Management Center console window.
Chapter 13, “Details,” describes how to use the Details window.
Note – The Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader module does not provide
configuration information for I/O devices attached to the platform. To view this
information, open a Sun Fire 15K/12K domain Details window for each domain
whose I/O devices you want to check.
Views Under the Hardware Tab
For the Sun Fire 15K/12K platform, domain, and SC Details windows, you can
access three types of views from the Hardware tab.
■
■
■
Hardware Summary
Physical View
Logical View
Hardware Summary
The Hardware Summary provides a table summary of the resources available to that
entity.
Physical View
The Physical View provides a photo-realistic view of the Sun Fire 15K/12K system.
The Physical View shows only components that are visible in the chassis. For
example, the centerplane board and I/O devices are not shown in the Physical View.
To view information on these devices, examine the Logical View or Browser
displays.
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Logical View
The Logical View provides a hierarchical view of the boards and components in that
entity. Unlike the Physical View, which shows only those boards and components
physically visible in the chassis, the Logical View shows all the boards and
components, such as the centerplane and I/O devices.
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Details
Window
The Sun Management Center Details window for a Sun Fire 15K/12K platform
displays information about the entire platform hardware. This window includes the
following tabs, which are explained in Chapter 13 of the Sun Management Center 3.0
Software User’s Guide:
■
■
■
■
Info
Browser
Alarms
Hardware
Note – If your Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Details window does not include the
preceding four tabs, Sun Fire 15K/12K support has not been correctly installed on
your Sun Management Center server machine. Confirm that the add-on Sun Fire
15K/12K components have been installed and set up correctly, and that the Sun
Management Center server process has been restarted following installation.
The Sun Fire 15K/12K platform is monitored by a Sun Management Center platform
agent on the system controller. The platform agent is dedicated to this task;
therefore, you cannot load or unload agent modules from the Sun Fire 15K/12K
platform Details window.
This section describes using the Hardware tab to display information provided by
the Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader module. This module provides up-todate information about platform hardware, including:
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■
■
■
Voltage and temperature
All boards
Power supplies
Fan trays
Hardware errors encountered, such as the number of domain stops (dstop)
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To Find the Hardware Summary for the Sun Fire
15K/12K Platform
To find a summary of the Sun Fire 15K/12K platform’s hardware resources
(FIGURE 5-1):
1. Open the Sun Fire 15K/12K platform Details window.
2. Click on the Hardware tab.
3. In the Views pull-down menu, select Hardware Summary.
FIGURE 5-1
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The Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Information table shown in FIGURE 5-1 includes these
properties (TABLE 5-2):
TABLE 5-2
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Information
Property
Description
Platform Name
Name given to the platform during SMS
configuration
Main System Controller Hostname
Host name of the main system controller
Spare System Controller Hostname
Host name of the spare system controller
Main System Controller
Identifier of the primary system controller: SC0 or
SC1
Number of Active Domains
Number of active domains for Sun Fire 15K platform
(up to 18) or Sun Fire 12K platform (up to 9)
The Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Hardware Resources table shown in FIGURE 5-1
includes these properties (TABLE 5-3):
TABLE 5-3
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Hardware Resources
Property
Description
Number of Expander Boards
Number of expander boards
Number of Slot0 System Boards
Number of system boards in slot 0
Number of Slot1 System Boards
Number of system boards in slot 1
Number of System Controllers
Number of system controllers
Number of System Controller Peripherals
Number of system controller peripherals
Number of Centerplanes
Number of Sun™ Fireplane interconnects,
also known as centerplanes
Number of Centerplane Support Boards
Number of centerplane support boards
Number of Fan Trays
Number of fan trays
Number of Bulk Power Supplies
Number of bulk power supplies
Total Memory (MB)
Total memory in megabytes as configured by
the power-on self-test (POST)
Total Processors
Total number of processors as configured by
POST
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To Find the Physical View of the Sun Fire
15K/12K Platform
To find a photo-realistic view of the Sun Fire 15K/12K platform (FIGURE 5-2):
1. Open the Sun Fire 15K/12K platform Details window.
2. Click on the Hardware tab.
3. In the Views pull-down menu, click system under Physical View.
4. In the Rotate Current View pull-down menu, click system—Front to view the
front of the platform.
FIGURE 5-2 illustrates a Physical View of a Sun Fire 15K/12K platform from the front.
For more information about navigating the Physical Views, refer to “Physical View”
in Chapter 13 in the Sun Management Center 3.0 Software User’s Guide.
Note – The Physical View of the Sun Fire 15K/12K platform shows only processors
that are known to be present. The Physical View of the Sun Fire 15K/12K platform
does not show processors whose presence is unknown. For example, a processor
with a POST status of BLACKLISTED in the Processor Table may or may not be
physically present, but is not shown in the platform Physical View.
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FIGURE 5-2
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Physical View—Front
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5. Click on one of the CPU boards in the top slots of the Sun Fire 15K/12K platform
to display a Physical View of the top of a CPU board (FIGURE 5-3).
FIGURE 5-3
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Top of CPU Board in Platform Physical View
To Find the Logical View of the Sun Fire
15K/12K Platform
The platform Logical View shows the hierarchy of all boards and components
attached to the entire Sun Fire 15K/12K system. To find a hierarchical view of a Sun
Fire 15K/12K platform:
1. Open the Sun Fire 15K/12K platform Details window.
2. Click on the Hardware tab.
3. In the Views pull-down menu, click system under Logical View.
4. Click on the Expand All button and then click on an object in the left pane to see
a logical view similar to FIGURE 5-4.
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FIGURE 5-4
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Logical View
For more information about navigating Logical Views, refer to “Logical View” in
Chapter 13 in the Sun Management Center 3.0 Software User’s Guide
Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Details
Window
The Sun Management Center Details window for a Sun Fire 15K/12K domain
displays information about that domain’s hardware. The Sun Fire 15K/12K domain
Details window resembles the host Details window described in Chapter 13 of the
Sun Management Center 3.0 Software User’s Guide.
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Only the boards and components allocated to the Sun Fire 15K/12K domain are
included in this information. Information about the hardware configuration of the
entire platform can be viewed from the Sun Fire 15K/12K platform Details window.
See “Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Details Window” on page 69 for more information.
This window includes the following tabs, which are explained in Chapter 13 of the
Sun Management Center 3.0 Software User’s Guide:
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■
■
■
■
■
Info
Browser
Alarms
Modules
Applications
Hardware
Note – If your Sun Fire 15K/12K domain Details window does not include the
preceding six tabs, Sun Fire 15K/12K support has not been installed correctly on
your Sun Management Center server machine. Confirm that the add-on Sun Fire
15K/12K components have been installed and set up correctly, and that the Sun
Management Center server process has been restarted following installation.
This section describes using the Hardware tab to display information provided by
the Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Config Reader module. This module provides up-todate information about system boards and components that reside on those boards
including:
■
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■
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Processors
Memory
Attached I/O devices
To Find the Hardware Summary for a Sun Fire
15K/12K Domain
To find a summary of a Sun Fire 15K/12K domain’s hardware resources (FIGURE 5-5):
1. Open the Sun Fire 15K/12K domain Details window.
2. Click on the Hardware tab.
3. In the Views pull-down menu, select Hardware Summary.
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FIGURE 5-5
Hardware Summary for a Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain
The Sun Fire 15K/12K domain information shown in FIGURE 5-5 includes these
properties (TABLE 5-4):
TABLE 5-4
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Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Hardware Summary
Property
Description
Total Disks
Number of disks present in the system
Total Memory
Total memory in megabytes
Total Processors
Number of processors, which includes all processors allocated to
the domain
Total Tape Devices
Number of tape devices present in the system
To Find the Physical View of a Sun Fire 15K/12K
Domain
In the Physical View of a Sun Fire 15K/12K domain, the picture has dimmed areas,
such as power supplies, fan trays, the system controller, and the system controller
peripherals. Only domain system board information is available from the Physical
View of a Sun Fire 15K/12K domain.
To find a photo-realistic view of system board information for a Sun Fire 15K/12K
domain (FIGURE 5-6):
1. Open the Sun Fire 15K/12K domain Details window.
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2. Click on the Hardware tab.
3. In the Views pull-down menu, click system under Physical View.
4. In the Rotate Current View pull-down menu, click system—Front to see the
system boards assigned to the domain, which are physically in the front of the
platform.
FIGURE 5-6 illustrates a Physical View of systems boards assigned to the domain,
which are physically in the front of the Sun Fire 15K/12K platform. For more
information about navigating Physical Views, refer to “Physical View” in Chapter 13
in the Sun Management Center 3.0 Software User’s Guide.
Note – The domain chassis image in the physical view is the same as that of the
platform with the fan trays and power supplies dimmed.
FIGURE 5-6
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5. Click on one of the HPCI boards in the bottom slots of the Sun Fire 15K/12K
domain to display a Physical View of the top of a HPCI board (FIGURE 5-7).
FIGURE 5-7
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Top of HPCI Board in Domain Physical View
To Find the Logical View of a Sun Fire 15K/12K
Domain
The domain Logical View shows the hierarchy of all boards and components
attached to a Sun Fire 15K/12K domain. To find the hierarchical view of a Sun Fire
15K/12K domain:
1. Open the Sun Fire 15K/12K domain Details window.
2. Click on the Hardware tab.
3. In the Views pull-down menu, click system under Logical View.
4. Click on the Expand All button and then click on an object in the left pane to see
a logical view similar to FIGURE 5-8.
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FIGURE 5-8
Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Logical View
For more information about navigating Logical Views, refer to “Logical View” in
Chapter 13 in the Sun Management Center 3.0 Software User’s Guide
Sun Fire 15K/12K SC Details Window
The Sun Management Center Details window for a Sun Fire 15K/12K SC displays
information about the system controller’s hardware. The Sun Fire 15K/12K SC
Details window resembles the host Details window described in the Sun Management
Center 3.0 Software User’s Guide.
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Only boards and components allocated to the Sun Fire 15K/12K system controller
are included in this information. Information about the hardware configuration of
the entire platform can be viewed from the Sun Fire 15K/12K platform Details
window. See “Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Details Window” on page 69 for more
information.
The window includes the following tabs, which are explained in the Sun Management
Center 3.0 Software User’s Guide:
■
■
■
■
■
■
Info
Browser
Alarms
Modules
Applications
Hardware
Note – If your Sun Fire 15K/12K SC Details window does not include each of the
preceding six tabs, the Sun Fire 15K/12K support has not been installed correctly on
your Sun Management Center server machine. Confirm that the add-on Sun Fire
15K/12K components have been installed and set up correctly, and that the Sun
Management Center server process has been restarted following installation.
This section describes using the Hardware tab to display information provided by
the Sun Fire 15K/12K SC Config Reader module. This module provides up-to-date
information about the system boards and the components that reside on those
boards including:
■
■
■
▼
Processors
Memory
Attached I/O devices
To Find the Hardware Summary for a Sun Fire
15K/12K System Controller
To find a summary of the hardware resources for a Sun Fire 15K/12K system
controller (FIGURE 5-9):
1. Open the Sun Fire 15K/12K SC Details window.
2. Click on the Hardware tab.
3. In the Views pull-down menu, select Hardware Summary.
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FIGURE 5-9
Hardware Summary for a Sun Fire 15K/12K System Controller
The Sun Fire 15K/12K SC information shown in FIGURE 5-9 includes these properties
(TABLE 5-5):
TABLE 5-5
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Sun Fire 15K/12K SC Hardware Summary
Property
Description
Total Disks
Number of disks present in the system
Total Memory
Total memory in megabytes
Total Processors
Number of processors in the system controller
Total Tape Devices
Number of tape devices present in the system
To Find the Physical View of the Sun Fire
15K/12K System Controller
The system controller is in the upper-right corner of the Sun Fire 15K/12K platform.
To find a photo-realistic view of a Sun Fire 15K/12K system controller (FIGURE 5-10):
1. Open the Sun Fire 15K/12K SC Details window.
2. Click on the Hardware tab.
3. In the Views pull-down menu, click system under Physical View.
4. To see the system controller in the front of the platform, click system - Front in the
Rotate Current View pull-down menu.
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Note – The system controller chassis image in the physical view is the same as that
of the platform except the system controller slot is populated.
FIGURE 5-10
Sun Fire 15K/12K System Controller Physical View—Front
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5. Click on the system controller in the upper right of the Sun Fire 15K/12K platform
to display a Physical View of the top of a system controller (FIGURE 5-11).
FIGURE 5-11
Top of System Controller Physical View
FIGURE 5-11 illustrates a Physical View of the top of a system controller. For more
information about navigating Physical Views, refer to “Physical View” in Chapter 13
in the Sun Management Center 3.0 Software User’s Guide.
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To Find the Logical View of a Sun Fire 15K/12K
System Controller
The Logical View of a system controller shows the hierarchy of all the boards and
components attached to the system controller. To find a hierarchical view of a Sun
Fire 15K/12K system controller (FIGURE 5-12):
1. Open the Sun Fire 15K/12K SC Details window.
2. Click on the Hardware tab.
3. In the Views pull-down menu, click system under Logical View.
4. Click on the Expand All button and then click on an object in the left pane to see
a logical view similar to FIGURE 5-12.
FIGURE 5-12
Sun Fire 15K/12K System Controller Logical View
For more information about navigating Logical Views, refer to “Logical View” in
Chapter 13 in the Sun Management Center 3.0 Software User’s Guide
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6
CHAPTER
Sun Fire 15K/12K Agent Modules
This chapter describes how to open each of the Sun Fire 15K/12K system-specific
agent modules and describes the tables, properties, and alarm rules for each module.
TABLE 6-1 shows each Sun Fire 15K/12K system–specific module, a brief description,
and whether the module is loaded by default, loadable, or unloadable. For specific
information about loading and unloading Sun Management Center modules, refer to
Chapter 11, “Managing Modules,” in the Sun Management Center 3.0 Software User’s
Guide.
TABLE 6-1
Summary of Sun Fire 15K/12K Agent Modules
Loaded by
Default?
Loadable?
Unloadable?
Provides information about the hardware
configuration for the entire Sun Fire 15K/12K
platform
yes
no
no
Domain Config
Reader
Provides the hardware configuration for a Sun
Fire 15K/12K domain
yes
yes
yes
SC Config
Reader
Provides the hardware configuration for Sun
Fire 15K/12K system controllers (SCs)
yes
yes
yes
SC Status
Determines whether a Sun Fire 15K/12K system
controller is the main or spare system controller
yes
yes
yes
SC Monitoring
Monitors the System Management Services
(SMS) daemons on the active Sun Fire 15K/12K
system controller
yes
yes
yes
Module
Description
Platform Config
Reader
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Loaded by
Default?
Loadable?
Unloadable?
Enables an administrator to perform platform
and domain management, and global dynamic
reconfiguration of system boards across the
platform from the system controller
no
yes
yes
Enables an administrator to perform dynamic
reconfiguration of boards on one Sun Fire
15K/12K domain at a time from the domain
no
yes
yes
Module
Description
Platform/
Domain State
Management
Dynamic
Reconfiguration
Appendix D of the Sun Management Center 3.0 Software User’s Guide describes the
core Sun Management Center modules that monitor various components of the
system, including hardware, operating environment, local applications, and remote
systems.
Platform Modules Disabled
The platform modules—Platform Config Reader, Platform/Domain State
Management, and SC Monitoring—are automatically disabled if either of these
conditions exist:
■
■
System controller is the spare system controller
One of the required SMS daemons for a given platform module is not active
(TABLE 6-2)
TABLE 6-2
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Required SMS Daemons for Platform Modules
Platform Module
Required SMS Daemons
Platform Config Reader
Event Front-end Daemon (efe)
Environmental Status Monitoring Daemon (esmd)
Failover Management Daemon (fomd)
Hardware Access Daemon (hwad)
Platform Configuration Daemon (pcd)
Platform/Domain State Management
Event Front-end Daemon (efe)
Environmental Status Monitoring Daemon (esmd)
Failover Management Daemon (fomd)
Hardware Access Daemon (hwad)
Platform Configuration Daemon (pcd)
SC Monitoring
Event Front-end Daemon (efe)
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When a platform module is automatically disabled, an alarm is generated and the
platform icon is designated with a circled X on the lower-right corner.
Sun Fire 15K/12K Module Properties
The tables in this chapter provide brief descriptions of each property in each
module, if any. Properties that can be graphed are noted in the property description.
Refer to Chapter 8 of the Sun Management Center 3.0 Software User’s Guide for more
information about graphing properties.
Sun Fire 15K/12K Module Alarm Rules
Each module section contained in the Sun Fire 15K/12K add-on component
describes the alarm rules for that module, if any. You cannot change the limits for
any of these rules. The system provides a message with the alarm stating the current
property and the limit. If a property is monitored by a Sun Management Center rule,
the name of that rule is shown in the property tables for each module.
For descriptions of the alarm rules for each module, see:
■
■
■
■
“Platform Config Reader Alarm Rules” on page 119
“Domain Config Reader Alarm Rules” on page 143
“SC Config Reader Alarm Rules” on page 153
“SC Monitoring Alarm Rule—Process Down Rule (rDownProc)” on page 178
Appendix E of the Sun Management Center 3.0 Software User’s Guide lists the Sun
Management Center alarm rules for core Sun Management Center modules.
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Platform Config Reader Module
The Platform Config Reader module provides information about the hardware
configuration for the entire Sun Fire 15K/12K platform. During Sun Fire 15K/12K
platform add-on setup, this module loads automatically, and you cannot unload it.
FIGURE 6-1 shows the icon for the module—Config Reader (Sun Fire 15K/12K)—as it
is displayed in the platform Details window under the Browser tab and Hardware
icon.
FIGURE 6-1
Platform Config Reader Module
Platform Config Reader Module Refresh
The Platform Config Reader module stores platform information in an internal
cache. It gathers and refreshes this information in two ways:
■
■
90
At periodic intervals, currently set at 60 minutes, the Platform Config Reader
interacts with SMS daemons on the SC to repopulate the entire contents of the
cache. You cannot change the value of the refresh interval.
Whenever platform properties change, such as temperature or voltage changes,
SMS daemons notify the Sun Management Center software. The Platform Config
Reader then updates the affected hardware table in the Browser view.
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By using the browser from the platform Details window, you can refresh any module
property; however, doing so only retrieves the current value of the property from the
platform agent. It does not force a recalculation of the data.
Platform Config Reader Properties
The tables in this section describe each of the visible properties for each Sun Fire
15K/12K Platform Config Reader object. If a property has a value of -- or -1, the
Platform Config Reader is unable to get data for that property.
Note – All temperatures are measured in degrees Celsius (C).
System
The following table provides a brief description of the properties for the Sun Fire
15K/12K Platform Config Reader system (TABLE 6-3):
TABLE 6-3
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader System
Property
Rule (if any)
Description
Name
system
Platform Type
Platform type identifier
Platform Name
Name assigned to this Sun Fire 15K/12K
platform during SMS software
configuration
Rack ID
Rack identifier
Failover State
scFoStat
Current failover state: ACTIVE,
DISABLED, or FAILED
Admin Group
Administrative group identifier, such as
platadmn
Operator Group
Operator group identifier, such as
platoper
Service Group
Service group identifier, such as
platsvc
Main System Controller
Hostname
Host name of the main system controller
Spare System Controller
Hostname
Host name of the spare system controller
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Property
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Rule (if any)
Description
Main System Controller
Identifier of the current main system
controller: SC0 or SC1
System Controller Internal IP
Address
Internal IP address of the current main
system controller
Clock Frequency (MHz)
Clock frequency in megahertz
Clock Type
Clock type used
Number of Active Domains
Number of active domains for Sun Fire
15K platform (1–18) or Sun Fire 12K
platform (1–9)
Number of Expander Boards
Number of expander boards for Sun Fire
15K platform (1–18) or Sun Fire 12K
platform (1–9)
Number of Slot0 System Boards
Number of system boards in slot 0 (1–18)
Number of Slot1 System Boards
Number of system boards in slot 1 (1–18)
Number of System Controllers
Number of system controllers (1–2)
Number of System Controller
Peripherals
Number of system controller peripherals
(1–2)
Number of Centerplanes
Number of centerplanes (1)
Number of Centerplane Support
Boards
Number of centerplane support boards
(1–2)
Number of Fan Trays
Number of fan trays (1–8)
Number of Bulk Power Supplies
Number of bulk power supplies (1–6)
Total Memory (MB)
Total memory in megabytes as
configured by the power-on self-test
(POST)
Total Processors
Total number of processors as configured
by POST
Last Full Refresh
Last date and time the data in the
internal cache was fully updated
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Centerplane
The following table provides a brief description of the properties for the Sun Fire
15K/12K Platform Config Reader Sun Fireplane interconnect—also known as the
centerplane (TABLE 6-4):
TABLE 6-4
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader Centerplane
Property
Rule (if any)
Description
CP ID
Centerplane identifier containing FRU ID(Slot
ID): CP(CP0)
FRU Part Number
Part number of the field-replaceable unit
FRU Serial Number
Serial number of the field-replaceable unit
Dash Level
Dash level of the field-replaceable unit
Rev Level
Revision level of the field-replaceable unit
Short Name
Short name of the field-replaceable unit
Description
Description of the field-replaceable unit
Manufacturer Location
Location of the manufacturer of the fieldreplaceable unit
Date of Manufacture
Date and time the field-replaceable unit was
manufactured
Vendor Name
Vendor name for the field-replaceable unit
CSBs Present
Comma-separated list of the numbers for the
centerplane support boards that are present
EXBs Present
Comma-separated list of the numbers for the
expander boards that are present
SCs Present
Comma-separated list of the numbers for the
system controllers that are present
SCPERs Present
Comma-separated list of the numbers for the
system controller peripherals that are present
DARB Temp 0
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of the DARB ASIC on
centerplane board 0
RMX Temp 0
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of the RMX ASIC on
logical centerplane board 0
AMX0 Temp 0
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of the AMX0 ASIC on
logical centerplane board 0
AMX1 Temp 0
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of the AMX1 ASIC on
logical centerplane board 0
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Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader Centerplane (Continued)
Property
Rule (if any)
Description
DMX0 Temp 0
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of the DMX0 ASIC on
logical centerplane board 0
DMX1 Temp 0
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of the DMX1 ASIC on
logical centerplane board 0
DMX3 Temp 0
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of the DMX3 ASIC on
logical centerplane board 0
DMX5 Temp 0
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of the DMX5 ASIC on
logical centerplane board 0
DARB Temp 1
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of the DARB ASIC on
logical centerplane board 1
RMX Temp 1
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of the RMX ASIC on
logical centerplane board 1
AMX0 Temp 1
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of the AMX0 ASIC on
logical centerplane board 1
AMX1 Temp 1
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of the AMX1 ASIC on
logical centerplane board 1
DMX0 Temp 1
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of the DMX0 ASIC on
logical centerplane board 1
DMX1 Temp 1
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of the DMX1 ASIC on
logical centerplane board 1
DMX3 Temp 1
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of the DMX3 ASIC on
logical centerplane board 1
DMX5 Temp 1
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of the DMX5 ASIC on
logical centerplane board 1
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Expander Board
The following table provides a brief description of the properties for a Sun Fire
15K/12K Platform Config Reader expander board (TABLE 6-5).
TABLE 6-5
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader Expander Board
Property
Rule (if any)
Description
EXB ID
Expander board identifier containing FRU
ID(Slot ID): EXB(EXx), where x is the expander
board number (0–17)
FRU Part Number
Part number of the field-replaceable unit
FRU Serial Number
Serial number of the field-replaceable unit
Dash Level
Dash level of the field-replaceable unit
Rev Level
Revision level of the field-replaceable unit
Short Name
Short name of the field-replaceable unit
Description
Description of the field-replaceable unit
Manufacturer Location
Location of the manufacturer of the fieldreplaceable unit
Date of Manufacture
Date and time the field-replaceable unit was
manufactured
Vendor Name
Vendor name for the field-replaceable unit
Power State
scBPower
Indicates whether the expander board power is
ON or OFF
Slot 0
Identifier of the system board that occupies
slot 0: CPU(SBx) or NOT_PRESENT, where x is
the number of the centerplane slot containing the
board (0–17)
Slot 1
Identifier of the system board that occupies
slot 1: HPCI(IOx), MCPU(IOx), or
NOT_PRESENT, where x is 0–17
PS0 State
scOBURul
Status of power supply 0: OK, BAD, or UNKNOWN
PS1 State
scOBURul
Status of power supply 1: OK, BAD, or UNKNOWN
Ambient Top Temp (C)
scBTemp
(graphable) Ambient top temperature
Ambient Bottom Temp (C)
scBTemp
(graphable) Ambient bottom temperature
SBBC Temp (C)
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of the SBBC ASIC
SDI5 Temp (C)
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of the SDI5 ASIC
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Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader Expander Board (Continued)
Property
Rule (if any)
Description
SDI0 Temp (C)
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of the SDI0, or master,
ASIC
SDI3 Temp (C)
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of the SDI3 ASIC
AXQ Temp (C)
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of the AXQ ASIC
+3.3HK Volt
scBVolt
(graphable) Voltage level for the board +3.3 VDC
housekeeping power
+3.3V Volt
scBVolt
(graphable) Voltage level for the board +3.3 VDC
power
+1.5V Volt
scBVolt
(graphable) Voltage level for the board +1.5 VDC
power
+2.5V Volt
scBVolt
(graphable) Voltage level for the board +2.5 VDC
power
Centerplane Support Board
The following table provides a brief description of the properties for a Sun Fire
15K/12K Platform Config Reader centerplane support board (TABLE 6-6).
TABLE 6-6
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader Centerplane Support Board
Property
96
Rule (if any)
Description
CSB ID
Centerplane support board identifier containing
FRU ID(Slot ID): CSB(CS0) or CSB(CS1)
FRU Part Number
Part number of the field-replaceable unit
FRU Serial Number
Serial number of the field-replaceable unit
Dash Level
Dash level of the field-replaceable unit
Rev Level
Revision level of the field-replaceable unit
Short Name
Short name of the field-replaceable unit
Description
Description of the field-replaceable unit
Manufacturer Location
Location of the manufacturer of the fieldreplaceable unit
Date of Manufacture
Date and time the field-replaceable unit was
manufactured
Vendor Name
Vendor name for the field-replaceable unit
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Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader Centerplane Support Board
(Continued)
Property
Rule (if any)
Description
Power State
scBPower
Indicates whether the board power is ON or OFF
PS0 State
scOBURul
Status of power supply 0: OK, BAD, or UNKNOWN
PS1 State
scOBURul
Status of power supply 1: OK, BAD, or UNKNOWN
Ambient Top Temp (C)
scBTemp
(graphable) Ambient top temperature
Ambient Bottom Temp (C)
scBTemp
(graphable) Ambient bottom temperature
SBBC Temp (C)
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of the SBBC ASIC
+3.3HK Volt
scBVolt
(graphable) Voltage level for the board +3.3 VDC
housekeeping power
+3.3V Volt
scBVolt
(graphable) Voltage level for the board +3.3 VDC
power
+2.5V Volt
scBVolt
(graphable) Voltage level for the board +2.5 VDC
power
+1.5V Volt
scBVolt
(graphable) Voltage level for the board +1.5 VDC
power
System Controller
The following table provides a brief description of the properties for a Sun Fire
15K/12K Platform Config Reader system controller (TABLE 6-7).
TABLE 6-7
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader System Controller
Property
Rule (if any)
Description
SC ID
System controller identifier containing FRU ID(Slot
ID): SC(SC0) or SC(SC1)
FRU Part Number
Part number of the field-replaceable unit
FRU Serial Number
Serial number of the field-replaceable unit
Dash Level
Dash level of the field-replaceable unit
Rev Level
Revision level of the field-replaceable unit
Short Name
Short name of the field-replaceable unit
Description
Description of the field-replaceable unit
Manufacturer
Location
Location of the manufacturer of the field-replaceable
unit
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Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader System Controller (Continued)
Property
98
Rule (if any)
Description
Date of Manufacture
Date and time the field-replaceable unit was
manufactured
Vendor Name
Vendor name for the field-replaceable unit
Power State
scBPower
Indicates whether the SC power is ON or OFF
RIO Temp (C)
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of the RIO board
IOA0 Temp (C)
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of the input/output adapter
(IOA0) board
PS0 Temp (C)
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of power supply 0
PS1 Temp (C)
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of power supply 1
SBBC Temp (C)
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of the SBBC ASIC. The value
of this property is 0.0 if the SC is the spare SC.
CBH Temp (C)
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of the CBH ASIC. The value
of this property is 0.0 if the SC is the spare SC.
+12V Volt
scBVolt
(graphable) Voltage level for the +12 VDC power
supply
-12V Volt
scBVolt
(graphable) Voltage level for the -12 VDC power
supply
+3.3HK Volt
scBVolt
(graphable) Voltage level for the +3.3 VDC
housekeeping power
+3.3V Volt
scBVolt
(graphable) Voltage level for the +3.3 VDC power
supply
+1.5V Volt
scBVolt
(graphable) Voltage level for the +1.5 VDC power
supply
+5.0V Volt
scBVolt
(graphable) Voltage level for the +5 VDC power
supply
+5V Current 0
scBCurrt
(graphable) Current level 0 for the +5 VDC power
+5V Current 1
scBCurrt
(graphable) Current level 1 for the +5 VDC power
+3.3V Current 0
scBCurrt
(graphable) Current level 0 for the +3.3 VDC power
+3.3V Current 1
scBCurrt
(graphable) Current level 1 for the +3.3 VDC power
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System Controller Peripheral
The following table provides a brief description of the properties for a Sun Fire
15K/12K Platform Config Reader system controller peripheral (TABLE 6-8).
TABLE 6-8
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader System Controller Peripheral
Property
Rule (if any)
Description
SCPER ID
System controller peripheral identifier containing FRU
ID(Slot ID): SCPER(SCPER0) or SCPER(SCPER1)
FRU Part Number
Part number of the field-replaceable unit
FRU Serial Number
Serial number of the field-replaceable unit
Dash Level
Dash level of the field-replaceable unit
Rev Level
Revision level of the field-replaceable unit
Short Name
Short name of the field-replaceable unit
Description
Description of the field-replaceable unit
Manufacturer
Location
Location of the manufacturer of the field-replaceable
unit
Date of Manufacture
Date and time the field-replaceable unit was
manufactured
Vendor Name
Vendor name for the field-replaceable unit
Power State
scBPower
Indicates whether the power is ON or OFF
Ambient0 Temp (C)
(graphable) Ambient temperature for probe point 0
Ambient1 Temp (C)
(graphable) Ambient temperature for probe point 1
Ambient2 Temp (C)
(graphable) Ambient temperature for probe point 2
Average Ambient
Temp (C)
scBTemp
(graphable) Average ambient temperature for the three
probe points
+12V Volt
scBVolt
(graphable) Voltage level for the board +12 VDC
power
+5.0V Volt
scBVolt
(graphable) Voltage level for the board +5 VDC power
+3.3HK Volt
scBVolt
(graphable) Voltage level for the board +3.3 VDC
housekeeping power
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Fan Tray
The following table provides a brief description of the properties for a Sun Fire
15K/12K Platform Config Reader fan tray (TABLE 6-9):
TABLE 6-9
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader Fan Tray
Property
Rule (if any)
FANTRAY ID
Fan tray identifier containing FRU ID(Slot ID):
FT(FT0) through FT(FT7)
FRU Part Number
Part number of the field-replaceable unit
FRU Serial Number
Serial number of the field-replaceable unit
Dash Level
Dash level of the field-replaceable unit
Rev Level
Revision level of the field-replaceable unit
Short Name
Short name of the field-replaceable unit
Description
Description of the field-replaceable unit
Manufacturer Location
Location of the manufacturer of the fieldreplaceable unit
Date of Manufacture
Date and time the field-replaceable unit was
manufactured
Vendor Name
Vendor name for the field-replaceable unit
Power State
scOnOff
Speed
100
Description
Indicates whether the fan power is ON or OFF
Fan tray speed: NORMAL, HIGH, or FAILED
Fan0 State
scOkFail
State of fan 0: OK or FAIL
Fan1 State
scOkFail
State of fan 1: OK or FAIL
Fan2 State
scOkFail
State of fan 2: OK or FAIL
Fan3 State
scOkFail
State of fan 3: OK or FAIL
Fan4 State
scOkFail
State of fan 4: OK or FAIL
Fan5 State
scOkFail
State of fan 5: OK or FAIL
Fan6 State
scOkFail
State of fan 6: OK or FAIL
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Power Supply
The following table provides a brief description of the properties for a Sun Fire
15K/12K Platform Config Reader power supply (TABLE 6-10):
TABLE 6-10
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader Power Supply
Property
Rule (if any)
Description
PS ID
Power supply identifier containing FRU ID(Slot ID):
PS(PS0) through PS(PS5)
FRU Part Number
Part number of the field-replaceable unit
FRU Serial Number
Serial number of the field-replaceable unit
Dash Level
Dash level of the field-replaceable unit
Rev Level
Revision level of the field-replaceable unit
Short Name
Short name of the field-replaceable unit
Description
Description of the field-replaceable unit
Manufacturer Location
Location of the manufacturer of the field-replaceable
unit
Date of Manufacture
Date and time the field-replaceable unit was
manufactured
Vendor Name
Vendor name for the field-replaceable unit
State
scOkFail
Overall state of the entire power supply: OK or FAIL
Fan0 State
scOkFail
State of fan 0: OK or FAIL
Fan1 State
scOkFail
State of fan 1: OK or FAIL
AC0 State
scOkFail
State of the alternating current input from the power
supply (AC0): OK or FAIL
AC1 State
scOkFail
State of the alternating current input from the power
supply (AC1): OK or FAIL
Breaker0 State
scBreakr
State of circuit breaker 0: OPEN or CLOSE
Breaker1 State
scBreakr
State of circuit breaker 1: OPEN or CLOSE
DC0 Power State
scOnOff
State of the direct current from the facility power
source DC 0 is ON or OFF
DC1 Power State
scOnOff
Indicates whether the direct current from the facility
power source DC 1 is ON or OFF
Current0
(graphable) Current 0 level
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Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader Power Supply (Continued)
Property
Rule (if any)
Description
Current1
(graphable) Current 1 level
+48V Volt
(graphable) Voltage level for the +48 VDC power
+3.3HK Volt
(graphable) Voltage level for the +3.3 VDC
housekeeping power
CPU Board
The following table provides a brief description of the properties for the Sun Fire
15K/12K Platform Config Reader CPU board (TABLE 6-11):
TABLE 6-11
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader CPU Board
Property
102
Rule (if any)
Description
CPU ID
CPU board identifier containing FRU ID(Slot ID):
CPU(SBx), where x is the number of the
centerplane slot containing the board (0–17).
FRU Part Number
Part number of the field-replaceable unit
FRU Serial Number
Serial number of the field-replaceable unit
Dash Level
Dash level of the field-replaceable unit
Rev Level
Revision level of the field-replaceable unit
Short Name
Short name of the field-replaceable unit
Description
Description of the field-replaceable unit
Manufacturer
Location
Location of the manufacturer of the fieldreplaceable unit
Date of Manufacture
Date and time the field-replaceable unit was
manufactured
Vendor Name
Vendor name for the field-replaceable unit
Power State
scBPower
Indicates whether the CPU board power is ON or
OFF
DR State
scDrStat
Indicates whether the dynamic reconfiguration
state of the CPU board is UNKNOWN, FREE,
ASSIGNED, or ACTIVE
Test Status
scBTest
Indicates whether the test status of the CPU is
UNKNOWN, IPOST (in POST), PASSED, DEGRADED, or
FAILED
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Property
Rule (if any)
Description
POST Status
scPOST
Indicates whether the POST status of the CPU
board is UNKNOWN, OK, DISABLED, UNDEFINED,
MISCONFIGURED, FAIL-OBP, FAIL, BLACKLISTED,
or REDLISTED
Test Level
(graphable) POST test level for this board
Domain Assigned
Domain to which this board is assigned: A–R or
UNASSIGNED
Domain ACL
Domain access control list—comma-separated list
of domains to which this board is available: A–R or
NONE
DX0 Temp (C)
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of the DX0 ASIC on this
board
DX1 Temp (C)
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of the DX1 ASIC on this
board
DX2 Temp (C)
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of the DX2 ASIC on this
board
DX3 Temp (C)
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of the DX3 ASIC on this
board
SDC Temp (C)
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of the SDC ASIC on this
board
SBBC0 Temp (C)
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of the SBBC0 ASIC on this
board
SBBC1 Temp (C)
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of the SBBC1 ASIC on this
board
AR Temp (C)
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of the AR ASIC on this
board
+3.3V Volt
scBVolt
(graphable) Voltage level for the +3.3 VDC power
+1.5V Volt
scBVolt
(graphable) Voltage level for the +1.5 VDC power
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HPCI Board
The following table provides a brief description of the properties for a Sun Fire
15K/12K Platform Config Reader hot-swap PCI (hPCI) board (TABLE 6-12):
TABLE 6-12
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader HPCI Board
Property
104
Rule (if any)
Description
HPCI ID
hPCI board identifier containing FRU ID(Slot ID):
HPCI(IOx), where x is the number of the centerplane
slot containing the board (0–17)
FRU Part Number
Part number of the field-replaceable unit
FRU Serial
Number
Serial number of the field-replaceable unit
Dash Level
Dash level of the field-replaceable unit
Rev Level
Revision level of the field-replaceable unit
Short Name
Short name of the field-replaceable unit
Description
Description of the field-replaceable unit
Manufacturer
Location
Location of the manufacturer of the field-replaceable
unit
Date of
Manufacture
Date and time the field-replaceable unit was
manufactured
Vendor Name
Vendor name for the field-replaceable unit
Power State
scBPower
Indicates whether the hPCI board power is ON or OFF
DR State
scDrStat
Indicates whether the dynamic reconfiguration state of
the hPCI board is UNKNOWN, FREE, ASSIGNED, or
ACTIVE
Test Status
scBTest
Indicates whether the test status of the hPCI board is
UNKNOWN, IPOST (in POST), PASSED, DEGRADED, or
FAILED
POST Status
scPOST
Indicates whether the POST status of the hPCI board is
UNKNOWN, OK, DISABLED, UNDEFINED,
MISCONFIGURED, FAIL-OBP, FAIL, BLACKLISTED, or
REDLISTED
Test Level
(graphable) POST test level for this board
Domain Assigned
Domain to which this board is assigned: A–R or
UNASSIGNED
Domain ACL
Domain access control list—comma-separated list of
domains to which this board is available: A–R or NONE
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Property
Rule (if any)
Description
PS0 Temp (C)
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of power supply 0
PS1 Temp (C)
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of power supply 1
IOA0 Temp (C)
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of the IOA0 ASIC on this
board
IOA1 Temp (C)
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of the IOA1 ASIC on this
board
DX0 Temp (C)
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of the DX0 ASIC on this
board
DX1 Temp (C)
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of the DX1 ASIC on this
board
SDC Temp (C)
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of the SDC ASIC on this
board
SBBC Temp (C)
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of the SBBC ASIC on this
board
AR Temp (C)
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of the AR ASIC on this board
+12V Volt
scBVolt
(graphable) Voltage level for the +12 VDC power
-12V Volt
scBVolt
(graphable) Voltage level for the -12 VDC power
+3.3V Volt
scBVolt
(graphable) Voltage level for the +3.3 VDC power
+3.3HK Volt
scBVolt
(graphable) Voltage level for the +3.3 VDC
housekeeping power
+1.5V Volt
scBVolt
(graphable) Voltage level for the +1.5 VDC power
+1.5V Converter 0
scBCurrt
(graphable) Voltage level for the +1.5 VDC converter 0
+1.5V Converter 1
scBCurrt
(graphable) Voltage level for the +1.5 VDC converter 1
+5.0V Volt
scBVolt
(graphable) Voltage level for the +5 VDC power
+5V Current 0
scBCurrt
(graphable) Current level 0 for the +5 VDC power
+5V Current 1
scBCurrt
(graphable) Current level 1 for the +5 VDC power
+3.3V Current 0
scBCurrt
(graphable) Current level 0 for the +3.3 VDC power
+3.3V Current 1
scBCurrt
(graphable) Current level 1 for the +3.3 VDC power
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WPCI Board
The following table provides a brief description of the properties for a Sun Fire
15K/12K Platform Config Reader Sun Fire Link PCI (WPCI) board (TABLE 6-13). Refer
to the Sun Management Center 3.0 Supplement for Sun Fire Link Systems for more
information about Sun Fire Link systems.
TABLE 6-13
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader WPCI Board
Property
106
Rule (if any)
Description
WPCI ID
WPCI board identifier containing FRU ID(Slot
ID): WPCI(IOx), where x is the number of the
centerplane slot containing the board (0–17)
FRU Part Number
Part number of the field-replaceable unit
FRU Serial Number
Serial number of the field-replaceable unit
Dash Level
Dash level of the field-replaceable unit
Rev Level
Revision level of the field-replaceable unit
Short Name
Short name of the field-replaceable unit
Description
Description of the field-replaceable unit
Manufacturer Location
Location of the manufacturer of the fieldreplaceable unit
Date of Manufacture
Date and time the field-replaceable unit was
manufactured
Vendor Name
Vendor name for the field-replaceable unit
Power State
scBPower
Indicates whether the WPCI board power is ON
or OFF
DR State
scDrStat
Indicates whether the dynamic reconfiguration
state of the WPCI board is UNKNOWN, FREE,
ASSIGNED, or ACTIVE
Test Status
scBTest
Indicates whether the test status of the WPCI
board is UNKNOWN, IPOST (in POST), PASSED,
DEGRADED, or FAILED
POST Status
scPOST
Indicates whether the POST status of the WPCI
board is UNKNOWN, OK, DISABLED, UNDEFINED,
MISCONFIGURED, FAIL-OBP, FAIL,
BLACKLISTED, or REDLISTED
Test Level
(graphable) POST test level for this board
Domain Assigned
Domain to which this board is assigned: A–R or
UNASSIGNED
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Property
Rule (if any)
Domain ACL
Description
Domain access control list—comma-separated
list of domains to which this board is available:
A–R or NONE
+1.5 Converter 0 OK
scOkFail
Converter status is OK or FAIL
+1.5 Converter 1 OK
scOkFail
Converter status is OK or FAIL
+1.5 Converter 0 PS Status
scOkFail
Converter power supply status is OK or FAIL
+1.5 Converter 1 PS Status
scOkFail
Converter power supply status is OK or FAIL
+2.5 Converter 0 OK
scOkFail
Converter status is OK or FAIL
+2.5 Converter 1 OK
scOkFail
Converter status is OK or FAIL
+2.5 Converter 0 PS Status
scOkFail
Converter power supply status is OK or FAIL
+2.5 Converter 1 PS Status
scOkFail
Converter power supply status is OK or FAIL
+3.3 Converter 0 OK
scOkFail
Converter status is OK or FAIL
+3.3 Converter 1 OK
scOkFail
Converter status is OK or FAIL
+3.3 Converter 2 OK
scOkFail
Converter status is OK or FAIL
+3.3 Converter 0 PS Status
scOkFail
Converter power supply status is OK or FAIL
+3.3 Converter 1 PS Status
scOkFail
Converter power supply status is OK or FAIL
+3.3 Converter 2 PS Status
scOkFail
Converter power supply status is OK or FAIL
+5.0 Converter 0 OK
scOkFail
Converter status is OK or FAIL
+5.0 Converter 1 OK
scOkFail
Converter status is OK or FAIL
+5.0 Converter 0 PS Status
scOkFail
Converter power supply status is OK or FAIL
+5.0 Converter 1 PS Status
scOkFail
Converter power supply status is OK or FAIL
IOA Temp (C)
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of the IOA ASIC on
this board
DX0 Temp (C)
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of the DX0 ASIC on
this board
DX1 Temp (C)
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of the DX1 ASIC on
this board
SDC Temp (C)
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of the SDC ASIC on
this board
SBBC Temp (C)
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of the SBBC ASIC on
this board
AR Temp (C)
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of the AR ASIC on
this board
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Property
Rule (if any)
Description
WCI0 Temp (C)
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of the WCI0 ASIC on
this board
WCI1 Temp (C)
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of the WCI1 ASIC on
this board
+12V Volt
scBVolt
(graphable) Voltage level for the +12 VDC
power
-12V Volt
scBVolt
(graphable) Voltage level for the -12 VDC
power
+3.3HK Volt
scBVolt
(graphable) Voltage level for the +3.3 VDC
housekeeping power
+3.3V Volt
scBVolt
(graphable) Voltage level for the +3.3 VDC
power
+1.5V Volt
scBVolt
(graphable) Voltage level for the +1.5 VDC
power
+2.5V Volt
scBVolt
(graphable) Voltage level for the +2.5 VDC
power
+5.0V Volt
scBVolt
(graphable) Voltage level for the +5 VDC
power
MaxCPU Board
The following table provides a brief description of the properties for a Sun Fire
15K/12K Platform Config Reader MaxCPU board (TABLE 6-14):
TABLE 6-14
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader MaxCPU Board
Property
108
Rule (if any)
Description
MCPU ID
MaxCPU board identifier containing FRU ID(Slot
ID): MCPU(IOx), where x is the number of the
centerplane slot containing the board (0–17)
FRU Part Number
Part number of the field-replaceable unit
FRU Serial Number
Serial number of the field-replaceable unit
Dash Level
Dash level of the field-replaceable unit
Rev Level
Revision level of the field-replaceable unit
Short Name
Short name of the field-replaceable unit
Description
Description of the field-replaceable unit
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Property
Rule (if any)
Description
Manufacturer Location
Location of the manufacturer of the fieldreplaceable unit
Date of Manufacture
Date and time the field-replaceable unit was
manufactured
Vendor Name
Vendor name for the field-replaceable unit
Power State
scBPower
Indicates whether the MaxCPU board power is ON
or OFF
DR State
scDrStat
Indicates whether the dynamic reconfiguration
state of the MaxCPU board is UNKNOWN, FREE,
ASSIGNED, or ACTIVE
Test Status
scBTest
Indicates whether the test status of the MaxCPU
board is UNKNOWN, IPOST (in POST), PASSED,
DEGRADED, or FAILED
POST Status
scPOST
Indicates whether the POST status of the MaxCPU
board is UNKNOWN, OK, DISABLED, UNDEFINED,
MISCONFIGURED, FAIL-OBP, FAIL,
BLACKLISTED, or REDLISTED
Test Level
POST test level for this board
Domain Assigned
Domain to which this board is assigned: A–R or
UNASSIGNED
Domain ACL
Domain access control list— comma-separated list
of the domains to which this board is available: A–
R or NONE
Core 0 Power 0 Status
scOkFail
Power supply 0 to PROC 0 is OK or FAIL
Core 0 Power 1 Status
scOkFail
Power supply 1 to PROC 0 is OK or FAIL
Core 0 Power 2 Status
scOkFail
Power supply 2 to PROC 0 is OK or FAIL
Core 1 Power 0 Status
scOkFail
Power supply 0 to PROC 1 is OK or FAIL
Core 1 Power 1 Status
scOkFail
Power supply 1 to PROC 1 is OK or FAIL
Core 1 Power 2 Status
scOkFail
Power supply 2 to PROC 1 is OK or FAIL
+3.3V Power 0 Status
scOkFail
Power supply 0 to +3.3V is OK or FAIL
+3.3V Power 1 Status
scOkFail
Power supply 1 to +3.3V is OK or FAIL
+1.5V Power 0 Status
scOkFail
Power supply 0 to +1.5V is OK or FAIL
+1.5V Power 1 Status
scOkFail
Power supply 1 to +1.5V is OK or FAIL
DX0 Temp (C)
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of the DX0 ASIC on this
board
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Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader MaxCPU Board (Continued)
Property
Rule (if any)
Description
DX1 Temp (C)
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of the DX1 ASIC on this
board
DX2 Temp (C)
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of the DX2 ASIC on this
board
DX3 Temp (C)
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of the DX3 ASIC on this
board
SDC Temp (C)
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of the SDC ASIC on this
board
SBBC Temp (C)
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of the SBBC ASIC on
this board
AR Temp (C)
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of the AR ASIC on this
board
+3.3V Volt
scBVolt
(graphable) Voltage level for the +3.3 VDC power
+3.3HK Volt
scBVolt
(graphable) Voltage level for the +3.3 VDC
housekeeping power
+1.5V Volt
scBVolt
(graphable) Voltage level for the +1.5 VDC power
HPCI Cassette
The following table provides a brief description of the properties for a Sun Fire
15K/12K Platform Config Reader hot-swap PCI (hPCI) cassette, which can contain
two hPCI cards (TABLE 6-15).
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Note – hPCI cassette information is available only when the corresponding hPCI
board is powered on. When an hPCI board is powered off, information for the hPCI
cassettes on that board is not available.
TABLE 6-15
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader HPCI Cassette
Property
Rule (if any)
Description
Cassette ID
hPCI cassette identifier containing FRU ID(Slot ID):
FRU ID is either C3V for a 3.3-volt card or C5V for a 5volt card. Slot ID is IOx/CyVz, where x is the number
of the centerplane slot containing the card (0–17), y is
the card voltage (3 or 5), and z is the PCI controller
containing the card (0 or 1)
FRU Part Number
Part number of the field-replaceable unit
FRU Serial Number
Serial number of the field-replaceable unit
Dash Level
Dash level of the field-replaceable unit
Rev Level
Revision level of the field-replaceable unit
Short Name
Short name of the field-replaceable unit
Description
Description of the field-replaceable unit
Manufacturer
Location
Location of the manufacturer of the field-replaceable
unit
Date of Manufacture
Date and time the field-replaceable unit was
manufactured
Vendor Name
Vendor name for the field-replaceable unit
Slot Power State
scOnOff
Indicates whether the slot power is ON or OFF
Card Present
YES indicates a card is present in the cassette; NO
indicates no card is present in the cassette
Slot Frequency
(MHz)
Indicates the frequency of the slot in megahertz
(MHz): 33, 66, or 132
Slot Condition
scHPCIcd
Indicates whether the condition of the slot is GOOD,
UNKNOWN, BAD SLOT, or BAD CARD
Slot Power Status
scOkFail
Indicates whether or not the power to the slot
successfully switched on: OK or FAIL
Slot Power Fault
scOkFail
Indicates whether or not a power fault is detected in
the slot: OK or FAIL
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Paroli Card
The following table provides a brief description of the properties for a Sun Fire
15K/12K Platform Config Reader parallel optical link (Paroli) card (TABLE 6-16). Refer
to the Sun Management Center 3.0 Supplement for Sun Fire Link Systems for more
information about the Sun Fire Link system.
Note – Paroli card information is available only when the corresponding WPCI
board is powered on. When a WPCI board is powered off, information for the Paroli
cards on that board is not available.
TABLE 6-16
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader Paroli Card
Property
112
Rule (if any)
Description
Paroli ID
Paroli card identifier containing FRU ID(Slot ID):
PARS(IOx/PARy), where x is the number of the
centerplane slot containing the card (0–17), and y is
the Paroli card number (0 or 1)
FRU Part Number
Part number of the field-replaceable unit
FRU Serial Number
Serial number of the field-replaceable unit
Dash Level
Dash level of the field-replaceable unit
Rev Level
Revision level of the field-replaceable unit
Short Name
Short name of the field-replaceable unit
Description
Description of the field-replaceable unit
Manufacturer
Location
Location of the manufacturer of the field-replaceable
unit
Date of Manufacture
Date and time the field-replaceable unit was
manufactured
Vendor Name
Vendor name for the field-replaceable unit
Power State
scOnOff
Indicates whether the Paroli card power is ON or OFF
+1.5V Volt
scBVolt
(graphable) Voltage level for the +1.5 VDC power
+3.3V Volt
scBVolt
(graphable) Voltage level for the +3.3 VDC power
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Processor
The following table provides a brief description of the properties for a Sun Fire
15K/12K Platform Config Reader processor (TABLE 6-17).
Note – Processor information is available only when a domain is up (in OpenBoot™
PROM or running the Solaris operating environment). When a domain is down,
processor information for that domain is not available.
TABLE 6-17
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader Processor
Property
Rule (if any)
PROC ID
Description
Processor identifier containing ID(SlotID):
PROC(SBx/Py), where x is the number of the
centerplane slot containing the board (0–17) and y is
the processor number (0–3)
Power State
scOnOff
Power state for this processor: ON or OFF
POST Status
scPOST
Indicates whether the POST status of the processor is
UNKNOWN, OK, DISABLED, UNDEFINED,
MISCONFIGURED, FAIL-OBP, FAIL, BLACKLISTED, or
REDLISTED
Clock Frequency
(MHz)
Processor clock frequency in megahertz (MHz)
Temperature (C)
scBTemp
(graphable) Temperature of the processor
Voltage
scBVolt
(graphable) Voltage level for the processor
Ecache Size
(graphable) External cache size in megabytes
Memory Bank List
Comma-separated list of memory banks used by this
processor (0,1)
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Memory Bank
The following table provides a brief description of the properties for a Sun Fire
15K/12K Platform Config Reader memory bank (TABLE 6-18).
Note – Memory bank information is available only when a domain is up (in
OpenBoot PROM or running the Solaris operating environment). When a domain is
down, memory bank information for that domain is not available.
TABLE 6-18
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader Power Memory Bank
Property
Rule (if any)
MEMBANK ID
Memory bank identifier containing ID(Slot ID):
MEMBANK(SBx/Py/Bz), where x is the number of the
centerplane slot containing the board (0–17), y is the
processor number (0–3), and z is the physical memory
bank number (0 or 1)
Logical Bank 0 POST
Status
scPOST
Indicates whether the POST status of logical memory
bank 0 is UNKNOWN, OK, DISABLED, UNDEFINED,
MISCONFIGURED, FAIL-OBP, FAIL, BLACKLISTED, or
REDLISTED
Logical Bank 1 POST
Status
scPOST
Indicates whether the POST status of logical memory
bank 1 is UNKNOWN, OK, DISABLED, UNDEFINED,
MISCONFIGURED, FAIL-OBP, FAIL, BLACKLISTED, or
REDLISTED
Memory Size (MB)
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Description
(graphable) Memory bank size in megabytes
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DIMM
The following table provides a brief description of the properties for the Sun Fire
15K/12K Platform Config Reader Dual Inline Memory Module (DIMM) (TABLE 6-19).
Note – DIMM information is available only when a domain is up (in OpenBoot
PROM or running the Solaris operating environment). When a domain is down,
DIMM information for that domain is not available.
TABLE 6-19
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader DIMM
Property
Rule (if any)
Description
DIMM ID
DIMM identifier containing FRU ID(Slot ID):
DIMM(SBw/Px/By/Dz), where w is the number of the
centerplane slot containing the board (0–17), x is the
processor number (0–3), y is the physical memory
bank number (0 or 1), and z is the DIMM number (0–
3)
FRU Part Number
Part number of the field-replaceable unit
FRU Serial Number
Serial number of the field-replaceable unit
Dash Level
Dash level of the field-replaceable unit
Rev Level
Revision level of the field-replaceable unit
Short Name
Short name of the field-replaceable unit
Description
Description of the field-replaceable unit
Manufacturer
Location
Location of the manufacturer of the field-replaceable
unit
Date of Manufacture
Date and time the field-replaceable unit was
manufactured
Vendor Name
Vendor name for the field-replaceable unit
POST Status
scPOST
Indicates whether the POST status of the DIMM is
UNKNOWN, OK, DISABLED, UNDEFINED,
MISCONFIGURED, FAIL-OBP, FAIL, BLACKLISTED, or
REDLISTED
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Domain
The following table provides a brief description of the properties for a Sun Fire
15K/12K Platform Config Reader domain (TABLE 6-20):
TABLE 6-20
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader Domain
Property
116
Rule (if any)
Description
DOMAIN ID
Sun Fire 15K/12K domain identifier: A–R
Status
Domain status as output from the SMS
showplatform command, such as Running
Solaris, Running Domain POST, or Powered Off.
Refer to showplatform(1M) in the System
Management Services SMS 1.2 Reference Manual for
more information.
Domain Stop
scStop
Number of domain stops for this domain after the
platform agent restarted or the alarm is
acknowledged
Record Stop
scStop
Number of record stops for this domain after the
platform agent restarted or the alarm is
acknowledged
OS Version
Version of operating environment running in this
domain, such as Solaris 2.8
OS Type
Type of operating environment running in this
domain, such as Solaris, Trusted
Domain Tag
Tag name of the domain, such as domainA through
domainR
External Host Name
External host name of the domain
Internal Host Name
Internal host name of the domain
Internal IP Address
Internal IP address of the domain
Slot0 Available Boards
Comma-separated list of slot 0 boards available to
this domain (0–17) or NONE
Slot1 Available Boards
Comma-separated list of slot 1 boards available to
this domain (0–17) or NONE
Slot0 Assigned Boards
Comma-separated list of slot 0 boards assigned to
this domain (0–17) or NONE
Slot1 Assigned Boards
Comma-separated list of slot 1 boards assigned to
this domain (0–17) or NONE
Slot0 Active Boards
Comma-separated list of slot 0 boards active on this
domain (0–17) or NONE
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Property
Rule (if any)
Description
Slot1 Active Boards
Comma-separated list of slot 1 boards active on this
domain (0–17) or NONE
Primary I/O Board
Identifier of the primary I/O board used for
communication between the domain and the system
controller: HPCI(IOx), where x is the number of the
centerplane slot containing the board (0–17)
Keyswitch
Virtual keyswitch position: ON, STANDBY, OFF, DIAG,
SECURE, or UNKNOWN
Address Bus Config
Address bus not configured (UNCONFIGURED), in
degraded mode using CSB0 only (CSB0), in
degraded mode using CSB1 only (CSB1), or fully
functional using both centerplane support boards
(BOTH)
Data Bus Config
Data bus not configured (UNCONFIGURED), in
degraded mode using CSB0 only (CSB0), in
degraded mode using CSB1 only (CSB1), or fully
functional using both centerplane support boards
(BOTH)
Response Bus Config
Response bus not configured (UNCONFIGURED), in
degraded mode using CSB0 only (CSB0), in
degraded mode using CSB1 only (CSB1), or fully
functional using both centerplane support boards
(BOTH)
Active Ethernet Board
Identifier of the I/O board that contains the active
Ethernet controller: HPCI(IOx), where x is the
number of the centerplane slot containing the board
(0–17)
Admin Group
Administrative group identifier for the domain,
such as dmnxadmn, where x is a–r
Reconfigure Group
Reconfigure group identifier for the domain, such as
dmnxrcfg, where x is a–r
Creation Time
Date and time the domain was created or UNKNOWN
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Discovery Object Table
The Discovery Object table provides information used by the Discovery Manager
and the Create Topology Object GUI to create Sun Fire 15K/12K composites. This
information is presented largely for diagnostics purposes and contains information
not directly relevant to the Sun Management Center software user. This information
consists of a table identifier (the Magic Number), followed by a table containing
information for each topology object created as part of the Sun Fire 15K/12K
composite. A Magic Number value of 53444f54 identifies the following table as a
valid Discovery Object Table.
The following table provides a brief description of the properties for Sun Fire
15K/12K Platform Config Reader Discovery Object table (TABLE 6-21):
TABLE 6-21
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader Discovery Object Table
Property
Rule (if any)
Description
TOPOLOGY ID
Encoded topology identifier
Topology Parent
Topology identifier of the parent of this object
Discovery Type
Encoded discovery type
IP Address
IP address for this topology object
Agent Port
Network port number for this topology object
Family Type
Topology object family type
Label
Object label displayed in the Sun Management Center
topology
Description
Optional description of the object
Note – A value of -1 for the Agent Port indicates that the object is a Platform Group
object.
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Platform Config Reader Alarm Rules
This section describes the alarm rules for the Platform Config Reader module. You
cannot change the limits for these rules. The system provides a message with the
alarms telling what the current property is and what the limit is.
Board Current Rule (scBCurrt)
The board current rule generates a critical alarm when a current probe point is not
within x percent of the average of all like components (TABLE 6-22). SMS software
will take appropriate automatic system recovery (ASR) actions. Refer to the Sun
System Management Services (SMS) 1.2 Administrator Guide, Chapter 9, Section
“Environmental Events”.
TABLE 6-22
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader Board Current Rule
Current Threshold
Alarm Level
Current is within x percent of the average of all like
components, where x is set by Sun service personnel.
Good
Error
Meaning
Critical
Current is not within x percent of the average of all like
components, where x is set by Sun service personnel.
Action: Use the SMS showenvironment(1M) command to check whether the
showenvironment command output is consistent with the value shown in the Sun
Management Center table.
Board Power Rule (scBPower)
The board power rule generates an alarm when the board power state is OFF
(TABLE 6-23). A caution alarm is for information only and is not an error.
TABLE 6-23
Power State
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader Board Power Rule
Alarm Level
Board power is on.
ON
OFF
Meaning
Caution
Board power is off.
Action: Use the SMS poweron(1M) command to power on a board. Use the SMS
showboards(1M) command to check whether the showboards command output is
consistent with the value shown in the Sun Management Center table.
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Board Temperature Rule (scBTemp)
The board temperature rule generates a caution, alert, or critical alarm when the
temperature falls within a certain temperature threshold range shown in TABLE 6-24.
Temperature alarms are not generated when the board is powered off.
TABLE 6-24
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader Board Temperature Rule
Temperature Threshold
Alarm Level
Meaning
Low Critical
Critical
Temperature is in the low critical range as set by
Sun service personnel.
Low Warning
Alert
Temperature is in the low warning range as set by
Sun service personnel.
High Warning
Caution
Temperature is in the high warning range as set by
Sun service personnel.
High Critical
Alert
Temperature is in the high critical range as set by
Sun service personnel.
Over Limit
Critical
Temperature is in the over limit range as set by Sun
Service personnel.
Actions:
■
■
For the Low Critical, High Critical, and Over Limit alarms, SMS will take
appropriate automatic system recovery (ASR) actions. Refer to the Sun System
Management Services (SMS) 1.2 Administrator Guide, Chapter 9, Section
“Environmental Events”.
For the Low Warning and High Warning alarms, contact your Sun service
personnel for information about bringing the temperature within limits.
Use the SMS showenvironment(1M) command to check whether the
showenvironment command output is consistent with the value shown in the Sun
Management Center table.
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Board Voltage Rule (scBVolt)
The board voltage rule generates a critical alarm when the voltage falls within a
certain voltage threshold range shown in TABLE 6-25. The voltage alarms are not
generated when the board is powered off.
TABLE 6-25
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader Board Voltage Rule
Voltage Threshold
Alarm Level
Meaning
Low Minimum
Critical
Voltage is in the low minimum range as set by Sun
service personnel.
High Maximum
Critical
Voltage is in the high maximum range as set by Sun
service personnel.
Actions: For the Low Minimum and High Maximum alarms, SMS will take
appropriate automatic system recovery (ASR) actions. Refer to the Sun System
Management Services (SMS) 1.2 Administrator Guide, Chapter 9, Section
“Environmental Events”. Use the SMS showenvironment(1M) command to check
whether the showenvironment command output is consistent with the value
shown in the Sun Management Center table.
Domain Stop and Record Stop Rule (scStop)
The domain stop and record stop rule checks for domain stops and record stops on a
domain. The rule generates an alarm when either of the counts is greater than zero
(TABLE 6-26). The domain stop and record stop counts are set to zero when the
platform agent is restarted or when the alarm is acknowledged.
TABLE 6-26
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader hPCI Assembly Rule
Number of Stops
Alarm Level
Meaning
Either or both the domain stops and record stops
are zero.
0
>0
Caution
Number of record stops is greater than zero.
>0
Critical
Number of domain stops is greater than zero.
Actions:
■
The caution alarm when the record stop count is greater than zero is for
information only and is not an error. The domain is still up and running. If
necessary, provide your Sun service personnel with the appropriate record stop
dump for analysis. The record stop dump is located in
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/var/opt/SUNSWSMS/adm/[A-R]/dump. Refer to the Sun System Management
Services (SMS) 1.2 Administrator Guide, Chapter 9, Section “Hardware Error
Events”.
When a domain stop error occurs and the critical alarm is generated, SMS
software will take appropriate automatic system recovery (ASR) actions. Provide
your Sun service personnel with a domain stop dump for analysis. The domain
stop dump is located in /var/opt/SUNWSMS/adm/[A-R]/dump. Refer to the
Sun System Management Services (SMS) 1.2 Administrator Guide, Chapter 9, Section
“Hardware Error Events”.
HPCI Cassette Rule (scHPCIcd)
The hot-swap PCI (hPCI) cassette rule generates a caution or critical alarm when the
condition of the PCI slot is UNKNOWN, BAD SLOT, or BAD CARD (TABLE 6-27). Alarms
are not generated if the hPCI cassette is powered off.
TABLE 6-27
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader HPCI Cassette Rule
OK/BAD/UNKNOWN State
Alarm Level
Meaning
Slot condition is good.
GOOD
UNKNOWN
Caution
Slot condition is unknown.
BAD SLOT
Critical
Slot condition is bad.
BAD CARD
Critical
Card is bad.
Actions:
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■
The caution alarm is for information only and is not an error. If necessary, contact
your Sun service personnel to see why the condition is UNKNOWN.
For the critical alarm, contact your Sun service personnel.
Failover State Rule (scFoStat)
The failover state rule generates a caution or critical alarm when the current failover
state is not ACTIVE (TABLE 6-28).
TABLE 6-28
Failover State
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader Failover State Rule
Alarm Level
Failover is enabled.
ACTIVE
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Meaning
DISABLED
Caution
Failover is disabled.
FAILED
Critical
Problem prevents failover from occurring.
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Actions:
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The caution alarm is for information only and is not an error. You can enable
failover by using the SMS setfailover(1M) command.
The critical alarm means that at least one fault has occurred, which will prevent
the failover mechanism from working. You can get more information about the
faults by using the SMS showfailover(1M) command. You can also look at the
SMS platform log file located in
/var/opt/SUNWSMS/adm/platform/messages for messages from the SMS
fomd process.
OK/BAD/UNKNOWN State Rule (scOBURul)
The OK/BAD/UNKNOWN state rule generates a critical or caution alarm when a
component is in a BAD or UNKNOWN state (TABLE 6-29). Alarms are not generated if the
containing component is powered off.
TABLE 6-29
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader OK/BAD/UNKNOWN State
Rule
OK/BAD/UNKNOWN State
Alarm Level
Meaning
Component is in normal operational state.
OK
BAD
Critical
Component is in a nonoperational state.
UNKNOWN
Caution
System is not able to determine the component’s
operational state.
Actions:
■
■
The caution alarm is for information only and is not an error. If necessary, contact
your Sun service personnel to see why the condition is UNKNOWN.
For a critical alarm, contact your Sun service personnel.
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OK/FAIL Rule (scOkFail)
The OK/FAIL rule generates a critical alarm when a component is found to have
failed (TABLE 6-30). Alarms are not generated if the containing component is either
powered off or in a FAIL state.
TABLE 6-30
OK/FAIL State
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader OK/FAIL Rule
Alarm Level
Meaning
Component is okay.
OK
FAIL
Critical
Component has failed.
Action: For the critical alarm, contact your Sun service personnel.
ON/OFF Rule (scOnOff)
The ON/OFF Rule generates a caution alarm when the system detects a component
is off (TABLE 6-31). Alarms are not generated if the containing component is either
powered off or in the FAIL state.
TABLE 6-31
ON/OFF State
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader ON/OFF Rule
Alarm Level
Meaning
Component is on.
ON
OFF
Caution
Component is off.
Actions: The caution alarm is for information only and is not an error. The reasons
for the alarm and the actions you can take depend on the type of component:
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If the component is a fan try or power supply, you can use the SMS poweron(1M)
command to power on the component.
If the component is a processor, the board could be powered off or the processor
has been powered off by SMS software because of automatic system recovery
(ASR) actions.
If the component is an hPCI cassette, the board could be powered off or the
cassette is empty (does not contain a card).
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POST Status Rule (scPOST)
The power-on self-test (POST) Status Rule generates a caution, alert, or critical alarm
when the POST status is not OK (TABLE 6-32).
TABLE 6-32
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader POST Status Rule
POST Status
Alarm Level
Meaning
POST status is okay.
OK
UNKNOWN
Caution
POST status is unknown.
BLACKLISTED
Caution
Component is blacklisted.
REDLISTED
Caution
Component is redlisted.
DISABLED
Alert
Component is disabled.
UNDEFINED
Alert
Component is undefined.
MISCONFIGURED
Alert
Component is misconfigured.
FAIL-OBP
Critical
Component has failed in OBP.
FAIL
Critical
Component has failed POST.
Actions:
■
■
■
A caution alarm is for information only and is not an error. Refer to the Sun
System Management Services (SMS) 1.2 Administrator Guide, Chapter 5, Section
“Hardware Control”.
An alert alarm does not always indicate a problem, but you should inform your
system administrator or Sun service personnel of a possible problem.
A critical alarm indicates a problem. Contact your Sun service personnel.
For more information, look at the POST log file on the system controller. The POST
log file is located in /var/opt/SUNWSMS/adm/[A-R]/post.
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Power Supply Breaker Rule (scBreakr)
The Power Supply Breaker Rule generates a caution alarm when the power supply
circuit breaker is OPEN (TABLE 6-33). The caution alarm is for information only and is
not an error.
TABLE 6-33
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader Power Supply Breaker Rule
Power Supply Breaker State
Alarm Level
Circuit breaker is closed.
CLOSE
OPEN
Meaning
Caution
Circuit breaker is open.
System Board DR State Rule (scDrStat)
The system board DR state rule generates a caution alarm when the dynamic
reconfiguration (DR) state is UNKNOWN (TABLE 6-34).
TABLE 6-34
DR State
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader System Board DR State Rule
Alarm Level
Meaning
FREE
Board is free.
ASSIGNED
Board is assigned to a domain.
ACTIVE
Board is active in a domain.
UNKNOWN
Caution
Dynamic reconfiguration state is unknown.
Action: The caution alarm is for information only and is not an error. The UNKNOWN
state is equivalent to the board being free. If you issue the SMS showboards(1M)
command, you will see that the UNKNOWN boards are marked as available.
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System Board Test Status Rule (scBTest)
The system board test status rule generates a caution, alert, or critical alarm when
the test status is UNKNOWN, IPOST (in POST), DEGRADED, or FAILED (TABLE 6-35). The
caution alarm is for information only and is not an error.
TABLE 6-35
Sun Fire 15K/12K Platform Config Reader System Board Test Status Rule
Test Status
Alarm Level
Meaning
POST passed.
PASSED
UNKNOWN
Caution
POST status is unknown.
IPOST (in POST)
Caution
POST is in progress.
DEGRADED
Alert
POST status is degraded.
FAILED
Critical
POST failed.
Actions: The reasons for the alarms and the actions to take depend on the test status.
■
■
■
SMS software automatically sets test status to UNKNOWN whenever a board is
powered on or off. It also implies that the board is not configured into any
domain. When a board is configured into a domain, POST is run and gives the
appropriate test status.
When the test status is DEGRADED and an alert alarm is generated, contact your
Sun service personnel.
When the test status is FAILED and a critical alarm is generated, there is
something wrong with the board. Contact your Sun service personnel.
For more information, look at the POST log file. The POST log file is located in
/var/opt/SUNWSMS/adm/[A-R]/post.
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Domain Config Reader Module
The Domain Config Reader module provides the hardware configuration for a Sun
Fire 15K/12K domain. During Sun Fire 15K/12K domain agent setup, this module is
automatically loaded, and you can unload it.
FIGURE 6-2 shows the icon for the module—Config Reader (Sun Fire 15K/12K
Domain)—as it is displayed in the host Details window on a domain under the
Browser tab and Hardware icon.
FIGURE 6-2
Domain Config Reader Module
Domain Agent May Not Start on a Configuration
With Many External Disks
On a configuration with many external disks attached—for example, over 5,000
disks—you must make modifications to the agent-stats-d.def file to start the
domain agent on the domain. Then you need to modify the attributes to the alarms
that are generated. Once you do this you will receive an Alert alarm (yellow) instead
of a Critical alarm (red), and you will be able to monitor the domain.
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Perform these two procedures on the Sun Fire 15K/12K domain:
1. Modify the agent-stats-d.def file
2. Modify two alarm attributes in the Sun Management Center 3.0 graphical user
interface (GUI) for the domain.
▼
To Modify the agent-stats-d.def File
In the /var/opt/SUNWsymon/cfg/agent-stats-d.def file:
1. Change the procstats:size:alarmlimit:error-gt to 500000
2. Change the procstats:size:alarmlimit:warning-gt to 250000
3. Change the procstats:rss:alarmlimit:warning-gt to 250000
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To Modify Alarm Attributes for the Domain
1. Double-click on the domain you want to change in the hierarchical view of the
Sun Management Center 3.0 GUI.
2. Double-click on Local Applications.
3. Double-click on Agent Statistics.
4. Double-click on Sun Management Center Total Process Statistics.
5. In the Sun Management Center Total Process Statistics table, right-click on the
value for the property Total Virtual Size (KB) and Total Res Set Size.
6. Click on the Attribute Editor in the pull-down menu.
7. Click on the Alarms tab.
8. In the Critical Threshold text box, change the size to 500000.
9. In the Alert Threshold text box, change the size to 250000.
10. Click on the Apply button.
11. In the Sun Management Center Total Process Statistics table, right-click on the
value for the property Total Res Set Size (KB).
12. Click on the Attribute Editor in the pull-down menu.
13. Click on the Alarms tab.
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14. In the Critical Threshold text box, change the size to 500000.
15. In the Alert Threshold text box, change the size to 250000.
16. Click on the Apply button.
Domain Config Reader Module Refresh Intervals
The Domain Config Reader module performs a complete refresh of all tables every
30 minutes.
The Domain Config Reader module also stores domain information in an internal
cache. It gathers and refreshes this information in two ways:
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At periodic intervals, currently every two minutes, the Domain Config Reader
checks for changes to the disk hardware, software, and transport error count and
processor status (online or offline). You cannot change the value of the refresh
interval for the Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Config Reader.
The events module informs the Domain Config Reader whenever a dynamic
reconfiguration operation has occurred, which means that a board or a
component has changed, and that information is stored in the internal cache.
When viewing the module data from the Browser, you can request an immediate
refresh of the module data from the internal cache.
▼
To Refresh Domain Config Reader Data
1. Open the domain Details window and select the Browser tab.
2. Select any property within the System folder and refresh that data.
This causes the Domain Config Reader to refresh data from the internal cache.
3. If you want to view information not contained in the System folder, select that
property in the Browser and refresh the data.
This updates the Browser with the latest value of that property from the internal
cache.
Domain Config Reader Properties
The tables in this section describe each of the visible properties for each Sun Fire
15K/12K Domain Config Reader object. If a property has a value of --, the Domain
Config Reader is unable to get data for that property.
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System
The following table provides a brief description of the properties for the Sun Fire
15K/12K Domain Config Reader system (TABLE 6-36):
TABLE 6-36
Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Config Reader System
Property
Rule (if any)
Description
Node Name
system
Hostname
Sun Fire 15K/12K domain host name
Host ID
Host identification number
Operating System
Operating system running in the Sun Fire 15K/12K
domain
OS Version
Version of the operating system running
Architecture
Machine architecture
Last Update
Date and time the configuration information was last
updated
Total Disks
Number of disks present in the domain
Total Memory
Total memory in megabytes
Total Processors
Number of processors, which includes all processors
allocated to the domain
Total Tape Devices
Number of tape devices present in the domain
CPU/Memory Board
The following table provides a brief description of the properties for a Sun Fire
15K/12K Domain Config Reader CPU/memory board (TABLE 6-37):
TABLE 6-37
Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Config Reader CPU/Memory Board
Property
Rule (if any)
Description
CPU ID
CPU/memory board identifier containing FRU
ID(Slot ID): CPU(SBx), where x is the number of the
expander slot containing the board (0–17)
Board Type
CPU board type identifier: CPU
Memory Size
Total memory for all CPUs on this board
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Property
Rule (if any)
Description
Memory
Controllers
Comma-separated list of identifiers for the memory
controllers on this CPU/memory board: SBx/Py,
where x is the number of the expander slot
containing the board (0–17) and y is the processor
number (0–3)
Memory Banks
Comma-separated list of identifiers for the memory
banks on this CPU/memory board: SBx/Py/Bz,
where x is the number of the expander slot
containing the board (0–17), y is the processor
number (0–3), and z is the memory bank number (0
or 1)
Processor List
Comma-separated list of identifiers for the
processors on this CPU/memory board: SBx/Py,
where x is the number of the expander slot
containing the board (0–17) and y is the processor
number (0–3)
Condition
scStateCheck
Last Change
Attachment point condition of the CPU/memory
board from cfgadm: OK, FAIL, or UNKNOWN
Date and time of the last change or UNKNOWN
hPCI Board
The following table provides a brief description of the properties for a Sun Fire
15K/12K Domain Config Reader hot-swap PCI (hPCI) board (TABLE 6-38):
TABLE 6-38
Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Config Reader hPCI Board
Property
Description
HPCI ID
hPCI board identifier containing FRU ID(Slot ID):
HPCI(IOx), where x is the number of the expander slot
containing the board (0–17)
Board Type
hPCI board type identifier: HPCI
Condition
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Rule (if any)
scStateCheck
Attachment point condition of the hPCI board from
cfgadm: OK, FAIL, or UNKNOWN
Last Change
Date and time of the last change or UNKNOWN
HPCI Cards
Comma-separated list of identifiers for hPCI cards
connected to this board: IOx/CyVz, where x is the
number of the expander slot containing the board (0–
17), y is the card voltage (3 or 5), and z is the PCI
controller number (0 or 1)
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WPCI Board
The following table provides a brief description of the properties for a Sun Fire
15K/12K Domain Config Reader Sun Fire Link PCI (WPCI) board (TABLE 6-39). Refer
to the Sun Management Center 3.0 Supplement for Sun Fire Link Systems for more
information about the Sun Fire Link system.
TABLE 6-39
Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Config Reader WPCI Board
Property
Rule (if any)
Description
WPCI ID
WPCI board identifier containing FRU ID(Slot ID):
WPCI(IOx), where x is the number of the expander slot
containing the board (0–17)
Board Type
WPCI board type identifier: WPCI
Condition
scStateCheck
Attachment point condition of the WPCI board from
cfgadm: OK, FAIL, or UNKNOWN
Last Change
Date and time of the last change or UNKNOWN
HPCI/Paroli
Cards
Comma-separated list of identifiers for hPCI cards and
Paroli cards on this WPCI board. The hPCI card
identifier is IOx/CyVz, where x is the number of the
expander slot containing the board (0–17), y is the card
voltage (3 or 5), and z is the PCI controller number (0 or
1). The Paroli card identifier is IOx/PARy, where x is the
number of the expander slot containing the board (0-17)
and y is the number of the Paroli card (0,1).
MaxCPU Board
The following table provides a brief description of the properties for Sun Fire
15K/12K Domain Config Reader MaxCPU board (TABLE 6-40):
TABLE 6-40
Property
Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Config Reader MaxCPU Board
Rule (if any)
Description
MCPU ID
MaxCPU board identifier containing FRU ID(Slot ID):
MCPU(IOx), where x is the number of the expander slot
containing the board (0–17)
Board Type
Board type identifier: MCPU
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TABLE 6-40
Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Config Reader MaxCPU Board (Continued)
Property
Rule (if any)
Processor
List
Description
Comma-separated list of identifiers for processors on
the MaxCPU board: CPU(SBx), where x is the number
of the expander slot containing the board (0–17)
Condition
scStateCheck
Last Change
Attachment point condition of the MaxCPU board from
cfgadm: OK, FAIL, or UNKNOWN
Date and time of the last change or UNKNOWN
hPCI Card
The following table provides a brief description of the properties for a Sun Fire
15K/12K Domain Config Reader hot-swap PCI (hPCI) card (TABLE 6-41). An hPCI
cassette can contain two hPCI cards.
TABLE 6-41
Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Config Reader hPCI Card
Property
Description
CARD ID
hPCI card identifier containing FRU ID(Slot ID): FRU
ID is either C3V for a 3.3-volt card or C5V for a 5-volt
card. Slot ID is IOx/CyVz, where x is the number of
the expander slot containing the board (0–17), y is
the card voltage (3 or 5), and z is the PCI controller
number (0 or 1)
Device Type
Device type identifier for the hPCI card, such as
network, scsi-fcp, or fcal
Device Class
Device class for the hPCI card, such as Mass
Storage Controller,SCSI; Network
Controller,Ethernet; Network
Controller,FDDI; or Network Controller,ATM
Condition
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Rule (if any)
scStateCheck
Attachment point condition of the hPCI card from
cfgadm: OK, FAIL, or UNKNOWN
Last Change
Date and time of the last change or UNKNOWN
Name
Sun name for this hPCI card, such as SUNW,qlc;
SUNW,qfe; SUNW,hme; or network
Manufacturer
Manufacturer of this hPCI card
Model
Model identifier of this hPCI card
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Property
Rule (if any)
Description
Version
Version of this hPCI card
Revision ID
Revision identifier of this hPCI card
Vendor ID
Vendor identifier of this hPCI card
Paroli Card
The following table provides a brief description of the properties for a Sun Fire
15K/12K Domain Config Reader parallel optical link (Paroli) card (TABLE 6-42). Refer
to the Sun Management Center 3.0 Supplement for Sun Fire Link Systems for more
information about the Sun Fire Link system.
Note – Paroli card presence can be determined only if the domain is part of a Sun
Fire Link cluster. If the domain is not part of a Sun Fire Link cluster, the Paroli card
table will be empty; however, this is not an indication that there is no Paroli card in
the domain.
TABLE 6-42
Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Config Reader Paroli Card
Property
Rule (if any)
Description
CARD ID
Paroli card identifier containing FRU ID(Slot ID):
PARS(IOx/PARy), where x is the number of the
expander slot containing the board (0–17)and y is the
number of the Paroli card (0 or 1)
Type
Type identifier for the Paroli card: DUAL or SINGLE
Link Number
Link number of the Paroli card: 0, 1, or 2
Link Validity
scLnkVld
Validity of the Paroli card link: VALID or INVALID
Link Status
scLnkSt
Status of the Paroli card link: LINK UP, LINK DOWN,
LINK NOT PRESENT, WAIT FOR SC LINK TAKEDOWN,
WAIT FOR SC LINK UP, SC ERROR WAIT FOR LINK DOWN,
or UNKNOWN
Remote Link
Number
Number of the remote link
Remote Port ID
Port identifier on the remote end of the link
Remote Cluster
Member
Host name of the domain on the remote end of the link.
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Processor
The following table provides a brief description of the properties for a Sun Fire
15K/12K Domain Config Reader Processor (TABLE 6-43):
TABLE 6-43
Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Config Reader Processor
Property
Description
PROC ID
Processor identifier containing ID(Slot ID):
PROC(SBx/Py), where x is the number of the
expander slot containing the board (0–17)
and y is the processor number (0–3)
Processor Number
Processor number or port ID assigned to this
processor
Module Revision
Processor module revision number
Module Type
Processor module type identifier
Manufacturer
Processor manufacturer identifier
SPARC Version
SPARC version identifier
Clock Frequency (MHz)
Processor clock frequency in megahertz
(MHz)
Icache Size (KB)
Instruction cache size in kilobytes (KB)
Dcache Size (KB)
Data cache size in kilobytes (KB)
Ecache Size (KB)
External cache size in kilobytes (KB)
Status
scCPUStatus
Current status of the processor: ONLINE,
OFFLINE, or POWERED OFF
Condition
scStateCheck
Attachment point condition of the processor
from cfgadm: OK, FAIL, or UNKNOWN
Last Change
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Rule (if any)
Date and time of last change or UNKNOWN
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Memory Controller
The following table provides a brief description of the properties for Sun Fire
15K/12K Domain Config Reader memory controller (TABLE 6-44):
TABLE 6-44
Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Config Reader Memory Controller
Property
Rule (if any)
Description
Memory
Controller ID
Memory controller identifier containing ID(Slot ID):
MEMCTRL(SBx/Py), where x is the number of the
expander slot containing the board (0–17) and y is
the processor number (0–3)
Memory Bank
List
Comma-separated list of slot IDs for the memory
banks: SBx/Py/Bz, where x is the number of the
expander slot containing the board (0–17), y is the
processor number (0–3), and z is the physical
memory bank number (0 or 1)
Condition
Last Change
scStateCheck
Attachment point condition of the memory
controller from cfgadm: OK, FAIL, or UNKNOWN
Date and time of last change or UNKNOWN
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Memory Bank
The following table provides a brief description of the properties for a Sun Fire
15K/12K Domain Config Reader memory bank (TABLE 6-45).
Note – It is possible to have an entry for a non-existing memory bank in this table.
The entry will have DISABLED in the POST Status property.
TABLE 6-45
Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Config Reader Memory Bank
Property
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Rule (if any)
Description
Memory Bank
ID
Memory bank identifier containing ID(Slot ID):
MEMBANK(SBx/Py/Bz), where x is the number of the
expander slot containing the board (0–17), y is the
processor number (0–3), and z is the physical memory
bank number (0 or 1)
Memory Size
Memory size in megabytes of this memory bank
DIMM List
Comma-separated list of slot IDs for the DIMMS on
this memory bank: SBw/Px/By/Dz, where w is the
number of the expander slot containing the board (0–
17), x is the processor number (0–3), y is the physical
memory bank number (0 or 1), and z is the DIMM
number (0–3)
Logical Bank 0
POST Status
scPOSTStatus
Indicates whether the POST status of logical memory
bank 0 is UNKNOWN, OKAY, DISABLED, UNDEFINED,
MISCONFIGURED, FAIL-OBP, FAIL, BLACKLISTED, or
REDLISTED
Logical Bank 1
POST Status
scPOSTStatus
Indicates whether the POST status of logical memory
bank 1 is UNKNOWN, OKAY, DISABLED, UNDEFINED,
MISCONFIGURED, FAIL-OBP, FAIL, BLACKLISTED, or
REDLISTED
Processor ID
Processor identifier for this memory bank: SBx/Py,
where x is the number of the expander slot containing
the board (0–17) and y is the processor number (0–3)
SEEPROM ID
Identifier of the SEEPROM; currently --
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DIMM
The following table provides a brief description of the properties for Sun Fire
15K/12K Domain Config Reader dual inline memory module (DIMM) (TABLE 6-46).
Note – It is possible to have an entry for a non-existing DIMM in this table. The
entry will have DISABLED in the POST Status property
TABLE 6-46
Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Config Reader DIMM
Property
Rule (if any)
Description
DIMM ID
DIMM identifier containing FRU ID(Slot ID):
DIMM(SBw/Px/By/Dz), where w is the number of the
expander slot containing the board (0–17), x is the
processor number (0–3), y is the physical memory
bank number (0 or 1), and z is the DIMM number (0–
3)
Memory Size
Size of the memory for the DIMM in kilobytes (KB)
SEEPROM ID
Identifier of the SEEPROM; currently --
POST Status
scPOSTStatus
Indicates whether the POST status of the DIMM is
UNKNOWN, OKAY, DISABLED, UNDEFINED,
MISCONFIGURED, FAIL-OBP, FAIL, BLACKLISTED, or
REDLISTED
ECC Memory
Errors
scDimmErrCnt
Number of error-correcting code (ECC) memory errors
for the DIMM
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Disk Devices
The following table provides a brief description of the properties for Sun Fire
15K/12K Domain Config Reader disk devices (TABLE 6-47):
TABLE 6-47
Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Config Reader Disk Devices
Property
140
Rule (if any)
Description
Disk ID
Disk device identifier: disk(cxtydz) where x is the
PCI controller number (0 or 1), y is the target
number, and z is the logical unit number; such as
c0t64d0. If the disk is dual-ported, two disk device
identifiers will be separated by a comma.
Card ID
Card identifier: IOx/CyVz, where x is the number of
the expander slot containing the board (0–17), y is
the card voltage (3 or 5), and z is the PCI controller
number (0 or 1)
Enclosure Name
Enclosure identifier from luxadm or --. Refer to
Platform Notes: Using luxadm Software for more
information.
Path
Physical path to the disk device
Block Size
Block size established when the disk was partitioned
Block Count
Number of blocks allocated for the file system
Blocks Available
Number of unused blocks for the file system
File Count
Number of files existing on the file system
Files Available
Number of unused files available for the file system
Status
Status of this disk: OK or a message describing the
problem encountered
Hardware Errors
scDskErrCnt
Number of hardware-related errors
Software Errors
scDskErrCnt
Number of software-related errors
Transport Errors
scDskErrCnt
Number of transport-related errors
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Tape Devices
The following table provides a brief description of the properties for Sun Fire
15K/12K Domain Config Reader tape devices (TABLE 6-48).
TABLE 6-48
Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Config Reader Tape Devices
Property
Rule (if any)
Description
Tape ID
Tape device identifier, following the standard naming
convention for tape devices
Card ID
Card identifier: IOx/CyVz, where x is the number of the
expander slot containing the board (0–17), y is the card
voltage (3 or 5), and z is the PCI controller containing
the card (0 or 1)
Path
Physical path to the tape device
Device Name
Name that identifies the tape device, such as Exabyte
4mm or QIC 8mm archive. Can be up to 64 characters.
Status
Status of this tape device: OK or a message describing
the problem encountered
Tape Errors
scTpeErrCnt
Number of tape errors as recorded in the syslog file
Network Interfaces
The following table provides a brief description of the properties for Sun Fire
15K/12K Domain Config Reader network interfaces (TABLE 6-49):
TABLE 6-49
Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Config Reader Network Interfaces
Property
Rule (if any)
Description
Network ID
Network interface identifier, such as
network(dman0) or network(qfe0)
Card ID
Card identifier: IOx/CyVz, where x is the number of
the expander slot containing the board (0–17), y is the
card voltage (3 or 5), and z is the PCI controller
number (0 or 1)
Symbolic Name
Host name of the host computer associated with this
network interface
Ethernet Address
Ethernet address for the network interface
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Property
Rule (if any)
Description
IP Address
IP address for the network interface
Status
Status of this network interface: OK or blank
Network Error
If the system cannot obtain information for any
network interface property, or obtains an error code,
that message is shown here.
WCI
The following table provides a brief description of the properties for Sun Fire
15K/12K Domain Config Reader Sun Fire Link Interface (WCI) (TABLE 6-50). Refer to
the Sun Management Center 3.0 Supplement for Sun Fire Link Systems for more
information about the Sun Fire Link system.
TABLE 6-50
Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Config Reader WCI
Property
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Rule (if any)
Description
WCI ID
Sun Fire Link Interface identifier containing FRU
ID(Slot ID):: WCI(IOx/WCI), where x is the number of
the expander slot containing the WCI
Name
Driver or device name: SUNW,wci
Compatible
Drivers compatible with the WCI: wrsm or wssm
Number of Parolis
Number of parallel optical links
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Domain Config Reader Alarm Rules
This section describes the alarm rules for the Domain Config Reader module. You
cannot change the limits for these rules. The system provides a message with the
alarms telling what the current property is and what the limit is.
CPU Status Rule (scCPUStatus)
The CPU status rule generates a caution alarm if the processor is OFFLINE
(TABLE 6-51). This alarm is for information only and is not an error.
TABLE 6-51
Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Config Reader CPU Status Rule
CPU Status
Alarm Level
Meaning
CPU is online.
ONLINE
Caution
OFFLINE
CPU is offline.
CPU is powered off.
POWERED OFF
Action: You can use psradm(1M) to change the operational status of processors if
necessary.
DIMM Error Count Rule (scDimmErrCnt)
The DIMM error count rule generates a caution, alert, or critical alarm depending on
the number of error-correcting code (ECC) errors that have occurred in the memory
module (TABLE 6-52).
TABLE 6-52
Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Config Reader DIMM Error Count Rule
Number of Errors
Alarm Level
Meaning
5
Caution
ECC memory error count exceeds 5.
10
Alert
ECC memory error count exceeds 10.
15
Critical
ECC memory error count exceeds 15.
Action: Dispatch a technician to test the memory module. Refer to the syslog file for
the error descriptions.
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Disk Error Count Rule (scDskErrCnt)
The disk error count rule generates a caution, alert, or critical alarm depending on
the number of hardware, software, or transport errors that have occurred on a disk.
(TABLE 6-53).
TABLE 6-53
Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Config Reader Disk Error Count Rule
Number of Errors
Alarm Level
Meaning
5
Caution
Hardware, software, or transport error count exceeds 5.
10
Alert
Hardware, software, or transport error count exceeds 10.
15
Critical
Hardware, software, or transport error count exceeds 15.
Action: Dispatch a technician to test the disk.
POST Status Rule (scPOSTStatus)
The power-on self-test (POST) Status Rule generates a caution, alert, or critical alarm
when the POST status is not OKAY (TABLE 6-54).
TABLE 6-54
Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Config Reader POST Status Rule
POST Status
Alarm Level
Meaning
POST status is okay.
OKAY
UNKNOWN
Caution
POST status is unknown.
BLACKLISTED
Caution
Component is blacklisted.
REDLISTED
Caution
Component is redlisted.
DISABLED
Alert
Component is disabled.
UNDEFINED
Alert
Component is undefined.
MISCONFIGURED
Alert
Component is misconfigured.
FAIL-OBP
Critical
Component failed in OBP.
FAIL
Critical
Component failed POST.
Actions:
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A caution alarm is for information only and is not an error. Refer to the Sun
System Management Services (SMS) 1.2 Administrator Guide, Chapter 5, Section
“Hardware Control”.
An alert alarm does not always indicate a problem, but you should inform your
system administrator or Sun service personnel of a possible problem.
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A critical alarm indicates a problem. Contact your Sun service personnel.
For more information, look at the POST log file on the system controller. The POST
log file is located in /var/opt/SUNWSMS/adm/[A-R]/post.
State Check Rule (scStateCheck)
The state check rule generates a caution alarm if any of the board, CPU, or memory
controller attachment point conditions are not OK as reported from cfgadm(1M)
(TABLE 6-55).
TABLE 6-55
Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Config Reader State Check Rule
CPU Status
Alarm Level
Meaning
Attachment point condition from cfgadm is okay.
OK
UNKNOWN
Caution
Attachment point condition from cfgadm is unknown.
FAIL
Caution
Attachment point condition from cfgadm is fail.
Action: If the condition is not OK, run cfgadm(1M) to double-check the condition of
the attachment point. Contact your systems administrator.
Tape Error Count Rule (scTpeErrCnt)
The tape error count rule generates a caution, alert, or critical alarm depending on
the number of errors that have occurred on a tape drive (TABLE 6-56).
TABLE 6-56
Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Config Reader Tape Error Count Rule
Number of Errors
Alarm Level
Meaning
10
Caution
Tape error count exceeds 10.
20
Alert
Tape error count exceeds 20.
30
Critical
Tape error count exceeds 30.
Action: Dispatch a technician to test the tape drive. Refer to the syslog file for the
error descriptions.
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Link Status Rule (scLnkSt)
The link status rule generates an alarm if the Link Status is not LINK UP (TABLE 6-57).
TABLE 6-57
Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Config Reader Link Status Rule
Link Status
Alarm Level
Meaning
Link is up.
LINK UP
LINK DOWN
Critical
Link is down.
LINK NOT PRESENT
Caution
Link is not present.
WAIT FOR SC LINK TAKEDOWN
Alert
Wait for the SC LINK TAKEDOWN
status.
WAIT FOR SC LINK UP
Alert
Wait for the SC LINK UP status.
SC ERROR WAIT FOR LINK DOWN
Alert
SC error, wait for LINK DOWN status.
UNKNOWN
Critical
Link status is unknown.
Action: Dispatch a technician to analyze and fix the problem. The technician can look
in the syslog file for more information.
Link Valid Rule (scLnkVld)
The link valid rule generates an alert alarm when the Link Validity is INVALID
(TABLE 6-58).
TABLE 6-58
Link Validity
Sun Fire 15K/12K Domain Config Reader Link Valid Rule
Alarm Level
Link configuration is valid.
VALID
INVALID
Meaning
Alert
Link configuration is invalid.
Action: The configuration problem could be in the striping, switch nodes, compute
nodes, or partitions, depending on the installation topology. Dispatch a technician to
analyze and fix the problem. The technician can look in the syslog file for more
information.
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SC Config Reader Module
The Sun Fire 15K/12K SC Config Reader module provides the hardware
configuration for a Sun Fire 15K/12K system controller, which is a Sun CP 1500
machine. During Sun Fire 15K/12K agent setup, this module is automatically
loaded, and you can unload it.
FIGURE 6-3 shows the icon for the module—Config-Reader (Sun Fire 15K/12K
SC)—as it is displayed in the host (SC) Details window under the Browser tab and
Hardware icon.
FIGURE 6-3
SC Config Reader Module
SC Config Reader Properties
The tables in this section describe each of the visible properties for each Sun Fire
15K/12K SC Config Reader object. If a property has a value of --, the SC Config
Reader is unable to get data for that property.
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System
The following table provides a brief description of the properties for a Sun Fire
15K/12K SC Config Reader system (TABLE 6-59):
TABLE 6-59
Sun Fire 15K/12K SC Config Reader System
Property
Rule (if any)
Description
Node Name
system
Hostname
Sun Fire 15K/12K system controller host name
Host ID
Sun Fire 15K/12K system controller serial number
Operating System
Operating system running on the Sun Fire
15K/12K system controller
OS Version
Version of the operating system running
System Clock Frequency
(MHz)
Frequency in megahertz (MHz) of the clock that
provides system timing
Architecture
Machine architecture
Last Update
Date and time of the last update
Total Disks
Number of disks present for this system controller
Total Memory
Total memory in megabytes (MB) from the
memory modules on this system controller
Total Processors
Number of processors for this system controller: 1
Total Tape Devices
Number of tape devices attached to this system
controller.
CP 1500 Board
The following table provides a brief description of the properties for a Sun Fire
15K/12K SC Config Reader CP 1500 board, which is a system controller (TABLE 6-60):
TABLE 6-60
Sun Fire 15K/12K SC Config Reader CP 1500 Board
Property
Description
CP1500 ID
CP 1500 identifier containing FRU ID(Board ID); for
example, CP1500(CP31)
Board Type
CP1500
Voltage Status
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Rule (if any)
cpBrdVolt
Status of input voltage to CP 1500 board: OK, FAIL, or
UNKNOWN
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Property
Rule (if any)
Description
Memory
Module List
Identifiers of the one or two memory modules for this
board; for example CP31/P0/MM0
Processor List
Identifier of the processor for this board; for example,
CP31/P0
Reset Reason
Reset type from the last hardware reset; for example, SPOR
POST Results
Results of power-on self-test; also indicates whether POST
ran during the last reset.
Processor
The following table provides a brief description of the properties for a Sun Fire
15K/12K SC Config Reader processor (TABLE 6-61):
TABLE 6-61
Sun Fire 15K/12K SC Config Reader Processor
Property
Rule (if any)
Description
PROC ID
Identifier of the processor containing FRU ID(CPU
ID); for example, PROC(CP31/P0)
Processor
Number
UltraSPARC Port Architecture (UPA) port ID for the
processor
Temperature (C)
cpCPUTemp
Temperature of the processor. Displays -1 if the
temperature cannot be determined.
Module Revision
Revision number of this module type
Module Type
Type of processor, such as SUNW,UltraSPARC-III
Manufacturer
Manufacturer number
SPARC Version
Version number of this SPARC processor architecture
Clock Frequency
(MHz)
Clock frequency in megahertz (MHz) of this
processor
Icache Size (KB)
Size of the processor’s instruction cache in kilobytes
(KB)
Dcache Size (KB)
Size of the processor’s data cache in kilobytes (KB)
Ecache Size (KB)
Size of the processor’s external cache in kilobytes
(KB)
Status
cpCPUStatus
Current processor status: ONLINE or OFFLINE
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Memory Module
The following table provides a brief description of the properties for a Sun Fire
15K/12K SC Config Reader memory module (TABLE 6-62):
TABLE 6-62
Sun Fire 15K/12K SC Config Reader Memory Module
Property
Rule (if any)
Description
MEMMOD ID
Identifier of the memory module containing FRU
ID(Memory Module ID); for example,
MEMMOD(CP31/P0/MM0)
Memory Size (MB)
Size of memory in the memory module in megabytes
(MB)
PCI Device
The following table provides a brief description of the properties for a Sun Fire
15K/12K SC Config Reader PCI device (TABLE 6-63):
TABLE 6-63
Sun Fire 15K/12K SC Config Reader PCI Device
Property
150
Rule (if any)
Description
DEVICE ID
Identifier of the PCI device containing FRU ID(Device
Driver ID): PCI(xxx), where xxx is eri, glm, hci
1394, hme, or usb
Device Type
Device I/O protocol type used, such as pci, sbus,
network, or scsi-2
Device Class
Required PCI class code, such as Network
Controller,Ethernet; Mass Storage
Controller,SCSI; Serial Bus Controller
Clock Frequency
(MHz)
Clock frequency in megahertz (MHz)
Name
Device driver common or symbolic name, such as
network, scsi, firewire, or usb
Manufacturer
Manufacturer number
Model
Device driver model number, such as SUNW,pci-eri;
or Symbios,53C875
Version
Version of the driver
Revision ID
Driver revision
Vendor ID
Vendor number
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Disk Device
The following table provides a brief description of the properties for Sun Fire
15K/12K SC Config Reader disk device (TABLE 6-64):
TABLE 6-64
Sun Fire 15K/12K SC Config Reader Disk Device
Property
Rule (if any)
Description
Disk ID
Disk device identifier: disk(cxtydz) where x is the
PCI controller number (0 or 1), y is the target
number, and z is the logical unit number; such as
c0t4d0. If the disk is dual-ported, two disk device
identifiers will be separated by a comma.
Path
Physical path to the disk device; such as
/[email protected],0/[email protected],1/[email protected]/[email protected],0;...1,0; or
6,0
Block Size
Block size established when the disk was partitioned
Block Count
Number of blocks allocated for the file system
Blocks Available
Number of unused blocks for the file system
File Count
Number of files existing on the file system
Files Available
Number of unused files available for the file system
Status
Status of this disk: OK or a message describing the
problem encountered
Hardware Errors
cpDskErrCnt
Number of hardware-related errors
Software Errors
cpDskErrCnt
Number of software-related errors
Transport Errors
cpDskErrCnt
Number of transport-related errors
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Tape Device
The following table provides a brief description of the properties for a Sun Fire
15K/12K SC Config Reader tape device (TABLE 6-65):
TABLE 6-65
Sun Fire 15K/12K SC Config Reader Tape Device
Property
Rule (if any)
Description
Tape ID
Tape device identifier, following the standard naming
convention for tape devices, such as tape (0)
Path
Physical path to the tape device, such as
/devices/[email protected],0/[email protected],1/[email protected]/[email protected],0
Device Name
Name that identifies the tape device, such as HP DDS-3
4MM DAT
Status
Status of this tape device: OK or a message describing
the problem encountered
Tape Errors
cpTpeErrCnt
Number of tape errors as recorded in the syslog file
Network Interface
The following table provides a brief description of the properties for a Sun Fire
15K/12K SC Config Reader network interface (TABLE 6-66):
TABLE 6-66
Sun Fire 15K/12K SC Config Reader Network Interface
Property
152
Rule (if any)
Description
Network ID
Network interface identifier, such as network(hme0),
network(scman1), or network(scman1:1)
Symbolic Name
Host name of the host computer associated with this
network interface
Ethernet Address
Ethernet address for the network interface
IP Address
IP address for the network interface
Status
Status of this network interface: OK or blank
Network Error
If the system cannot obtain information for any
network interface property, or obtains an error code,
that message is shown here.
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SC Config Reader Alarm Rules
This section describes the alarm rules for the SC Config Reader module. You cannot
change the limits for some of these rules. The system provides a message with the
alarms telling what the current property is and what the limit is.
Board Voltage Rule (cpBrdVolt)
The board voltage rule generates an alarm when the voltage is not within 5 percent
of the nominal value of 5 volts (TABLE 6-67). A voltage alarm is not generated when
the board is powered off.
TABLE 6-67
Sun Fire 15K/12K SC Config Reader Board Voltage Rule
Voltage Threshold
Alarm Level
Meaning
Voltage is in range.
OK
UNKNOWN
Caution
Unable to determine voltage.
FAIL
Critical
Voltage is out of range.
Actions:
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Contact your Sun service personnel for a critical alarm.
Caution – Shut down the system controller if the voltage is not within 5 percent of
the nominal value. If the voltage is not within 10 percent of the nominal value, the
system performs a power-on reset (POR).
Refer to Appendix A.2 of the SPARCengine ASM Reference Manual for more
information.
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A caution alarm indicates that one or more i2c device drivers are not loaded and
the module is unable to take voltage readings. Rerun the system controller agent
setup to load the needed i2c device drivers. See “To Set Up Software on System
Controllers” on page 30 for more information.
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CPU Status Rule (cpCPUStatus)
The CPU status rule generates a caution alarm if the processor is OFFLINE
(TABLE 6-68).
TABLE 6-68
Sun Fire 15K/12K SC Config Reader CPU Status Rule
CPU Status
Alarm Level
Meaning
CPU is online.
ONLINE
Caution
OFFLINE
POWERED OFF
CPU is offline.
CPU is powered off.
Action: The caution alarm is for information only and is not an error. Use
psradm(1M) to change the operational status of processors if necessary.
CPU Temperature Rule (cpCPUTemp)
The CPU temperature rule generates an alarm when the temperature is above certain
default threshold values (TABLE 6-69). A temperature alarm is not generated when the
board is powered off.
TABLE 6-69
Sun Fire 15K/12K SC Config Reader CPU Temperature Rule
Temperature Threshold
Alarm Level
Meaning
Warning
Alert
Temperature is over the default limit of 69 degrees
Celsius.
Caution
Temperature cannot be determined. (Temperature
property in the Processor table displays -1.)
Critical
Temperature is over the default limit of 74 degrees
Celsius.
Error
Action: Contact your Sun service personnel for an alert or a critical alarm.
Note – The default threshold values are specified in the OpenBoot PROM setup.
Refer to Appendix A.3 of the SPARCengine™ ASM Reference Manual for a complete
description. If these thresholds are changed, they also must be changed in the
ruleinit file.
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Disk Error Count Rule (cpDskErrCnt)
The disk error count rule generates a caution, alert, or critical alarm depending on
the number of hardware, software, or transport errors that have occurred on a disk
(TABLE 6-70).
TABLE 6-70
Sun Fire 15K/12K SC Config Reader Disk Error Count Rule
Error Counts
Alarm Level
Meaning
5
Caution
Hardware, software, or transport error count exceeds 5.
10
Alert
Hardware, software, or transport error count exceeds 10.
15
Critical
Hardware, software, or transport error count exceeds 15.
Action: Dispatch a technician to test the disk.
Tape Error Count Rule (cpTpeErrCnt)
The tape error count rule generates a caution, alert, or critical alarm depending on
the numbers of errors that have occurred on a tape drive (TABLE 6-71).
TABLE 6-71
Sun Fire 15K/12K SC Config Reader Tape Error Count Rule
Tape Errors
Alarm Level
Meaning
10
Caution
Tape error count exceeds 10.
20
Alert
Tape error count exceeds 20.
30
Critical
Tape error count exceeds 30.
Action: Dispatch a technician to test the tape drive. Refer to the syslog file for error
descriptions.
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Platform/Domain State Management
Module
The Platform/Domain State Management (PDSM) module enables an administrator
to perform platform and domain management, and dynamic reconfiguration of
system boards in the same manner that you would with the command-line interface
(CLI) commands in SMS only with the Sun Management Center 3.0 GUI.
During the software installation, this module is automatically installed. You need to
load this module to use it the first time. You must load it from the platform Details
window (where the Platform Config Reader is automatically loaded.) You can
unload the module, but you may want to keep it loaded as long as it is being used.
For specific information about loading and unloading Sun Management Center
modules, refer to Chapter 11, “Managing Modules,” in the Sun Management Center
3.0 Software User’s Guide.
FIGURE 6-4 shows the icon for the module—PDSM (Sun Fire 15K/12K)—as it is
displayed in the platform Details window under the Browser tab and Hardware
icon.
FIGURE 6-4
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The PDSM module has two types of views:
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Platform View
Domain Views (one for each domain A through R)
Platform View
The Platform View contains the following tables:
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Platform Info
Platform Slot 0 Boards
Platform Slot 1 Boards
Platform Empty Slots
Power Supplies
Fan Trays
Platform Info
The following table provides a brief description of the properties for the Sun Fire
15K/12K PDSM platform info (TABLE 6-72):
TABLE 6-72
Sun Fire 15K/12K PDSM Module Platform Info
Property
Rule (if any)
Description
Platform ID
Platform identifier
Platform Type
Platform type
Max Domains
Maximum number of domains (18)
Active Domains
Number of active domains on this Sun Fire
15K/12K system
SC Power
Power state of the system controller: ON or OFF
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Platform Slot 0 Boards
The following table provides a brief description of the properties for the Sun Fire
15K/12K PDSM platform slot 0 boards (TABLE 6-73):
TABLE 6-73
Property
Sun Fire 15K/12K PDSM Module Platform Slot 0 Boards
Rule (if any)
Description
Board ID
Board identifier in slot 0 containing FRU ID(Slot
ID): CPU(SBx), where x is the number of the
expander slot containing the board (0–17)
Board State
State of the board in slot 0: ACTIVE, ASSIGNED, or
FREE
Power State
Indicates whether the power state of the board in
slot 0 is ON or OFF
Test Status
Indicates whether the test status of the CPU is
UNKNOWN_TEST_STATUS, IPOST (in POST),
PASSED, DEGRADED, or FAILED
Test Level
POST test level for this board in slot 0
Domain ID
Identifier of the domain assigned to this board in
slot 0: A–R or UNASSIGNED
Platform Slot 1 Boards
The following table provides a brief description of the properties for the Sun Fire
15K/12K PDSM platform slot 1 boards (TABLE 6-74):
TABLE 6-74
Property
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Sun Fire 15K/12K PDSM Module Platform Slot 1 Boards
Rule (if any)
Description
Board ID
Board identifier in slot 1 containing FRU ID(Slot
ID): HPCI(IOx), where x is the number of the
expander slot containing the board (0–17)
Board State
State of the board in slot 1: ACTIVE, ASSIGNED, or
FREE
Power State
Indicates whether the power state of the board in
slot 1 is ON or OFF
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Rule (if any)
Description
Test Status
Indicates whether the test status of the board is
UNKNOWN_TEST_STATUS, IPOST (in POST),
PASSED, DEGRADED, or FAILED
Test Level
POST test level for this board in slot 1
Domain ID
Identifier of the domain assigned to this board in
slot 1: A–R or UNASSIGNED
Platform Empty Slots
The following table provides a brief description of the properties for the Sun Fire
15K/12K PDSM platform empty slots (TABLE 6-75):
TABLE 6-75
Property
Sun Fire 15K/12K PDSM Module Platform Empty Slots
Rule (if any)
Description
Board ID
Available board identifier: Input/output card
number (IOx) or system board number (SBx), where
x is the number of the expander slot containing the
board (0–17)
Board State
State of the available board: FREE or ASSIGNED
Power State
Indicates whether the power state of the available
board is OFF or --
Test Status
Indicates whether the test status of the available
board is UNKNOWN or --
Test Level
POST test level for this available board
Domain ID
Identifier of the domain assigned to this available
board: A–R or UNASSIGNED
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Power Supplies
The following table provides a brief description of the properties for the Sun Fire
15K/12K PDSM platform power supplies (TABLE 6-76):
TABLE 6-76
Sun Fire 15K/12K PDSM Module Platform Power Supplies
Property
Rule (if any)
Description
Power Supply ID
Power supply identifier containing FRU ID(SlotID):
PS(PSx), where x is the power supply number (0–
5)
Power State
If either DC 0 or DC 1 is on, the power state
indicates ON. If both DC 0 and DC 1 are off, the
power state indicates OFF.
Fan Trays
The following table provides a brief description of the properties for the Sun Fire
15K/12K PDSM platform fan trays (TABLE 6-77):
TABLE 6-77
Property
160
Sun Fire 15K/12K PDSM Module Platform Fan Trays
Rule (if any)
Description
Fan Tray ID
Fan tray identifier containing FRU ID(SlotID):
FT(FTx), where x is the fan tray number (0–7)
Power State
Power state of the fan tray: ON or OFF
Fan Speed
Speed of the fan: OFF, NORMAL, or HIGH
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Domain X View
The Domain X View, where X is the domain identifier A through R, contains the
following tables for each domain.
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■
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■
Domain
Domain
Domain
Domain
X
X
X
X
Info
Slot 0 Boards
Slot 1 Boards
Empty Slots
Domain X Info
The following table provides a brief description of the properties for the Sun Fire
15K/12K PDSM domain X info (TABLE 6-78):
TABLE 6-78
Sun Fire 15K/12K PDSM Module Domain X Info
Property
Rule (if any)
Description
Domain ID
Domain identifier: A–R
Domain Tag
Domain tag: domainX, where X is A–R
Domain State
Domain status as output from the SMS
showplatform command, such as Running
Solaris or Powered Off. Refer to
showplatform(1M) in the System Management
Services SMS 1.2 Reference Manual for more
information.
Solaris Node Name
Host name of the Solaris operating environment
node
Keyswitch
Virtual keyswitch position: ON, STANDBY, OFF, DIAG,
SECURE, or UNKNOWN
Domain ACL
Domain access control list—space-separated
input/output card numbers (IOx) and system board
numbers (SBx), where x is the number of the
expander slot containing the board (0–17)
Primary IO Board
Identifier of the primary input/output board used
for communication between the domain and the
system controller: HPCI(IOx), where x is the
number of the expander slot containing the board
(0–17).
Internal Ethernet Board
Identifier of the I/O board that contains the active
Ethernet controller: HPCI(IOx), where x is the
number of the expander slot containing the board
(0–17).
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Domain X Slot 0 Boards
The following table provides a brief description of the properties for the Sun Fire
15K/12K PDSM domain X slot 0 boards (TABLE 6-79):
TABLE 6-79
Property
Sun Fire 15K/12K PDSM Module Domain X Slot 0 Boards
Rule (if any)
Description
Board ID
Board identifier in slot 0: CPU(SBx), where x is the
number of the expander slot containing the board
(0–17)
Board State
State of the board in slot 0: ACTIVE, ASSIGNED, or
FREE
Power State
Indicates whether the power state of the board in
slot 0 is ON or OFF
Test Status
Indicates whether the test status of the CPU is
UNKNOWN_TEST_STATUS, IPOST (in POST),
PASSED, DEGRADED, or FAILED
Test Level
POST test level for this board in slot 0
Domain ID
Identifier of the domain assigned to this board in
slot 0: A–R or UNASSIGNED
Domain X Slot 1 Boards
The following table provides a brief description of the properties for the Sun Fire
15K/12K PDSM domain X slot 1 boards (TABLE 6-80):
TABLE 6-80
Property
162
Sun Fire 15K/12K PDSM Module Domain X Slot 1 Boards
Rule (if any)
Description
Board ID
Board identifier in slot 1: HPCI(IOx), where x is the
number of the expander slot containing the board
(0–17)
Board State
State of the board in slot 1: ACTIVE, ASSIGNED,
FREE
Power State
Indicates whether the power state of the board in
slot 1 is ON or OFF
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Rule (if any)
Description
Test Status
Indicates whether the test status of the CPU is
UNKNOWN_TEST_STATUS, IPOST (in POST),
PASSED, DEGRADED, or FAILED
Test Level
POST test level for this board in slot 1
Domain ID
Identifier of the domain assigned to this board in
slot 1: A–R or UNASSIGNED
Domain X Empty Slots
The following table provides a brief description of the properties for the Sun Fire
15K/12K PDSM domain X empty slots (TABLE 6-81):
TABLE 6-81
Property
Sun Fire 15K/12K PDSM Module Domain X Empty Slots
Rule (if any)
Description
Board ID
Available board identifier: Input/output card
number (IOx) or system board number (SBx), where
x is the number of the expander slot containing the
board (0–17)
Board State
State of the available board: FREE or ASSIGNED
Power State
Indicates whether the power state of the available
board is OFF or --
Test Status
Indicates whether the test status of the available
board is UNKNOWN or --
Test Level
POST test level for this available board
Domain ID
Identifier of the domain assigned to this available
board: A–R or UNASSIGNED
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Dynamic Reconfiguration Module
The Dynamic Reconfiguration module enables you to perform dynamic
reconfiguration operations from the domain in the same manner that you would
with the cfgadm(1M) command only with the Sun Management Center 3.0 GUI.
This module works on Sun Fire 3800, 4800, 4810, 6800, 12K, and 15K systems.
During the software installation, this module is automatically installed. You need to
load this module to use it the first time. You can unload the module, if desired. For
specific information about loading and unloading Sun Management Center modules,
refer to Chapter 11, “Managing Modules,” in the Sun Management Center 3.0 Software
User’s Guide.
FIGURE 6-5 shows the icon for the module—Dynamic Reconfiguration Sun Fire (380015K)—as it is displayed in the host Details window on a domain under the Browser
tab and Hardware icon.
FIGURE 6-5
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Dynamic Reconfiguration Properties
There are two sections of tables:
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■
Attachment Points—single attachment points for larger assemblies such as system
boards and I/O boards
Dynamic Attachment Points—dynamic attachment points for individual devices
and components such as CPU modules, DIMMs, and SCSI drives
Attachment Points
An attachment point is a collective term for a board and its slot. The Attachment
Points tables show information about the following types of board slots:
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■
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CPU/MEM
PCI/cPCI/hPCI IO
WPCI
cPCI/hPCI cards
SCSI
Empty Slots
MaxCPU
The Dynamic Reconfiguration Module allows you to perform dynamic
reconfiguration operations from the domain on the attachment points in the tables.
See Chapter 8 for the procedures for dynamic reconfiguration operations from the
domain.
CPU/MEM
The following table provides a brief description of the attachment point properties
for a CPU/memory board (TABLE 6-82):
TABLE 6-82
Attachment Point Properties for a CPU/MEM Board
Property
Rule (if any)
Description
Unique Ap_Id
Unique logical attachment point ID from cfgadm: SBx,
where x is the number of the centerplane slot
containing the board (0–17)
Slot State
Slot availability state: assigned or unassigned
Power State
Power state: powered-on or powered-off
Receptacle
Receptacle state: connected, disconnected, or
empty
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TABLE 6-82
Attachment Point Properties for a CPU/MEM Board
Property
Rule (if any)
Description
Occupant
State of the occupant, which is the combination of the
board and its attached devices: configured or
unconfigured
Type
Board type: CPU
Condition
Board condition: ok, unknown, failed, or unusable
Information
General board type information; for example,
powered-on, assigned
When
Date and time when the board was configured into the
domain
Busy
y (yes) indicates a state, availability, or condition
change operation is in progress; n (no) indicates no
state, availability, or condition change operation is in
progress
Phys_Id
Physical attachment point ID:
/devices/pseudo/[email protected]:SBx, where x is the
number of the centerplane slot containing the board
(0–17)
PCI/cPCI/hPCI IO
The following table provides a brief description of the attachment point properties
for a PCI/cPCI/hPCI IO board (TABLE 6-83). For a Sun Fire 3800, 4800, 4810, or 6800
system, the table shows properties only for PCI and cPCI IO boards. For a Sun Fire
15K/12K system, the table shows properties only for hPCI IO boards.
TABLE 6-83
Attachment Point Properties for a PCI/cPCI/hPCI IO Board
Property
166
Rule (if any)
Description
Unique Ap_Id
Unique logical attachment point ID from cfgadm: IOx,
where x is the number of the centerplane slot
containing the board (0–17)
Slot State
Slot availability state: assigned or unassigned
Power State
Power state: powered-on or powered-off
Receptacle
Receptacle state: connected, disconnected, or
empty
Occupant
State of the occupant, which is the combination of the
board and its attached devices: configured or
unconfigured
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Property
Rule (if any)
Description
Type
Board type, such as PCI, CPI, or HPCI
Condition
Board condition: ok, unknown, failed, or unusable
Information
General board type information; for example,
powered-on, assigned
When
Date and time when the board was configured into the
domain
Busy
y (yes) indicates a state, availability, or condition
change operation is in progress; n (no) indicates no
state, availability, or condition change operation is in
progress
Phys_Id
Physical attachment point ID:
/devices/pseudo/dr/@0:IOx, where x is the
number of the centerplane slot containing the board
(0–17)
WPCI
The following table provides a brief description of the attachment point properties
for a WPCI board (TABLE 6-84). Refer to the Sun Management Center 3.0 Supplement for
Sun Fire Link Systems for more information about the Sun Fire Link system.
TABLE 6-84
Attachment Point Properties for a WPCI Board
Property
Rule (if any)
Description
Unique Ap_Id
Unique logical attachment point ID from cfgadm: IOx,
where x is the number of the centerplane slot
containing the board (0–17)
Slot State
Slot availability state: assigned or unassigned
Power State
Power state: powered-on or powered-off
Receptacle
Receptacle state: connected, disconnected, or
empty
Occupant
State of the occupant, which is the combination of the
board and its attached devices: configured or
unconfigured
Type
Board type: WPCI
Condition
Board condition: ok, unknown, failed, or unusable
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TABLE 6-84
Attachment Point Properties for a WPCI Board (Continued)
Property
Rule (if any)
Description
Information
General board type information; for example,
powered-on, assigned
When
Date and time when the board was configured into the
domain
Busy
y (yes) indicates a state, availability, or condition
change operation is in progress; n (no) indicates no
state, availability, or condition change operation is in
progress
Phys_Id
Physical attachment point ID:
/devices/pseudo/dr/@0:IOx, where x is the
number of the centerplane slot containing the board
(0–17)
cPCI/hPCI cards
The following table provides a brief description of the attachment point properties
for the cPCI/hPCI card (TABLE 6-85). For a Sun Fire 3800, 4800, 4810, or 6800 system,
the table shows properties only for cPCI cards. For a Sun Fire 15K/12K system, the
table shows properties only for hPCI cards.
TABLE 6-85
Attachment Point Properties for a cPCI/hPCI card
Property
168
Rule (if any)
Description
Unique Ap_Id
Unique logical attachment point ID from cfgadm,
such as pcisch2:e04b1slot3
Slot State
Slot availability state: assigned or unassigned
Power State
Power state: powered-on or powered-off
Receptacle
Receptacle state: connected, disconnected, or
empty
Occupant
State of the occupant, which is the combination of the
board and its attached devices: configured or
unconfigured
Type
Type, such as pci-pci/hp
Condition
Board condition: ok, unknown, failed, or unusable
Information
General information; for example, unknown
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Attachment Point Properties for a cPCI/hPCI card (Continued)
Property
Rule (if any)
Description
When
Date and time when the board was configured into the
domain
Busy
y (yes) indicates a state, availability, or condition
change operation is in progress; n (no) indicates no
state, availability, or condition change operation is in
progress
Phys_Id
Physical attachment point ID, such as
/devices/[email protected],7000000:e04b1slot3
SCSI
The following table provides a brief description of the attachment point properties
for a SCSI (TABLE 6-86):
TABLE 6-86
Attachment Point Properties for a SCSI
Property
Rule (if any)
Description
Unique Ap_Id
Unique logical attachment point ID from cfgadm,
such as pcisch3:e04b1slot2
Slot State
Slot availability state: assigned or unassigned
Power State
Power state: powered-on or powered-off
Receptacle
Receptacle state: connected, disconnected, or
empty
Occupant
State of the occupant, which is the combination of the
board and its attached devices: configured or
unconfigured
Type
Type, such as scsi/hp
Condition
Component condition: ok, unknown, failed, or
unusable
Information
General component information, such as unknown
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TABLE 6-86
Attachment Point Properties for a SCSI
Property
Rule (if any)
Description
When
Date and time when the component was configured
into the domain
Busy
y (yes) indicates a state, availability, or condition
change operation is in progress; n (no) indicates no
state, availability, or condition change operation is in
progress
Phys_Id
Physical attachment point ID, such as
/devices/[email protected],600000:e04b1slot2
Empty Slots
The following table provides a brief description of the attachment point properties
for empty slots (TABLE 6-87):
TABLE 6-87
Attachment Point Properties for Empty Slots
Property
170
Rule (if any)
Description
Unique Ap_Id
Unique logical attachment point ID from cfgadm,
such as pcisch0:e17b1slot1
Slot State
Slot availability state: assigned or unassigned
Power State
Power state: powered-on or powered-off
Receptacle
Receptacle state: connected, disconnected, or
empty
Occupant
State of the occupant, which is the combination of the
board and its attached devices: configured or
unconfigured
Type
Board type: unknown
Condition
Component condition: ok, unknown, failed, or
unusable
Information
General board type information: assigned or
unknown
When
Date and time when the slot was configured into the
domain
Busy
n (no) indicates no state, availability, or condition
change operation is in progress
Phys_Id
Physical attachment point ID, such as
/devices/[email protected],6000000:e17b1slot1
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MaxCPU
The following table provides a brief description of the attachment point properties
for a MaxCPU board (TABLE 6-88). This table appears only for a Sun Fire 15K/12K
system.
TABLE 6-88
Sun Fire 15K/12K Attachment Point Properties for a MaxCPU Board
Property
Rule (if any)
Description
Unique Ap_Id
Unique logical attachment point ID from cfgadm for
the MaxCPU board
Slot State
Slot availability state: assigned or unassigned
Power State
Power state: powered-on or powered-off
Receptacle
Receptacle state: connected, disconnected, or
empty
Occupant
State of the occupant, which is the combination of the
board and its attached devices: configured or
unconfigured
Type
Board type: MCPU
Condition
Board condition: ok, unknown, failed, or unusable
Information
General board type information; for example,
powered-on, assigned
When
Date and time when the board was configured into the
domain
Busy
y (yes) indicates a state, availability, or condition
change operation is in progress; n (no) indicates no
state, availability, or condition change operation is in
progress
Phys_Id
Physical attachment point ID for the MaxCPU board
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Dynamic Attachment Points
Dynamic attachment points refer to components on the system boards, such as
CPUs, memory, and I/O devices. The dynamic attachment points are created by the
DR driver. Refer to the dr(7D) man page in the Sun Solaris 8 Reference Manual
Collection for more details about the DR driver. The Dynamic Attachment Point
tables show information about the following types of components:
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CPU
Memory
I/O
SCSI Components
The Dynamic Reconfiguration Module allows you to perform dynamic
reconfiguration operations from the domain on the dynamic attachment points in
the tables. See Chapter 8 for the procedures for dynamic reconfiguration operations
from the domain.
CPU Components
The following table provides a brief description of the dynamic attachment point
properties for CPU components (TABLE 6-89):
TABLE 6-89
Dynamic Attachment Point Properties for CPU Components
Property
172
Rule (if any)
Description
Unique Ap_Id
Unique logical attachment point identifier from
cfgadm: SBx::cpuy, where x is the number of the
centerplane slot containing the board (0–17) and y is
the CPU number (0–3)
Slot State
Slot availability state: assigned or unassigned
Power State
Power state: powered-on or powered-off
Receptacle
Receptacle state: connected
Occupant
State of the occupant, which is the combination of the
board and its attached devices: configured or
unconfigured
Type
Component type: cpu
Condition
Component condition: ok, unknown, or failed
Information
General CPU type information: for example, cpuid 2,
speed 750 MHz, ecache 8 MBytes. Refer to the
cfgadm_sbd(1M) man page in the Solaris 8 Reference
Manual Collection for descriptions of the fields.
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Dynamic Attachment Point Properties for CPU Components (Continued)
Property
Rule (if any)
Description
When
Date and time when the components were configured
into the domain
Busy
y (yes) indicates a state, availability, or condition
change operation is in progress; n (no) indicates no
state, availability, or condition change operation is in
progress
Phys_Id
Physical attachment point ID:
/devices/pseudo/[email protected]:SBx::cpuy, where x is the
number of the centerplane slot containing the board
(0–17), and y is the CPU number (0–3)
Memory Components
The following table provides a brief description of the dynamic attachment point
properties for memory components (TABLE 6-90):
TABLE 6-90
Dynamic Attachment Point Properties for Memory Components
Property
Rule (if any)
Description
Unique Ap_Id
Unique logical attachment point identifier from
cfgadm: such as SBx::memory, where x is the number
of the centerplane slot containing the board (0–17)
Slot State
Slot availability state: assigned or unassigned
Power State
Power state: powered-on or powered-off
Receptacle
Receptacle state: connected
Occupant
State of the occupant, which is the combination of the
board and its attached devices: unconfigured or
configured
Type
Component type: memory
Condition
Component condition: ok, unknown, or failed
Information
General information for the memory type, as
appropriate; for example, base address 0x0, 2097
152 KBytes total, 420920 KBytes permanent.
Refer to the cfgadm_sbd(1M) man page in the Solaris
8 Reference Manual Collection for descriptions of the
fields.
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TABLE 6-90
Dynamic Attachment Point Properties for Memory Components (Continued)
Property
Rule (if any)
Description
When
Date and time when the components were configured
into the domain
Busy
y (yes) indicates a state, availability, or condition
change operation is in progress; n (no) indicates no
state, availability, or condition change operation is in
progress
Phys_Id
Physical attachment point ID:
/devices/pseudo/[email protected]:SBx::memory, where x is
the number of the centerplane slot containing the
board (0–17)
I/O Components
The following table provides a brief description of the dynamic attachment point
properties for I/O components (TABLE 6-91):
TABLE 6-91
Dynamic Attachment Point Properties for I/O Components
Property
174
Rule (if any)
Description
Unique Ap_Id
Unique logical attachment point identifier from
cfgadm: IOx::pciy, where x is the number of the
centerplane slot containing the board (0–17) and y is
the PCI number (0–3)
Slot State
Slot availability state: assigned or unassigned
Power State
Power state: powered-on or powered-off
Receptacle
Receptacle state: connected
Occupant
State of the occupant, which is the combination of the
board and its attached devices: configured or
unconfigured
Type
Component type: io
Condition
Component condition: ok, unknown, or failed
Information
General information for the io type; for example,
device/[email protected],700000 referenced. Refer to the
cfgadm_sbd(1M) man page in the Solaris 8 Reference
Manual Collection for descriptions of the fields.
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Dynamic Attachment Point Properties for I/O Components (Continued)
Property
Rule (if any)
Description
When
Date and time when the components were configured
into the domain
Busy
y (yes) indicates a state, availability, or condition
change operation is in progress; n (no) indicates no
state, availability, or condition change operation is in
progress
Phys_Id
Physical attachment point ID:
/devices/pseudo/[email protected]:IOx::pciy, where x is the
number of the centerplane slot containing the board
(0–17) and y is the PCI number (0–3)
SCSI Components
The following table provides a brief description of the dynamic attachment point
properties for SCSI components (TABLE 6-92):
TABLE 6-92
Dynamic Attachment Point Properties for SCSI Components
Property
Rule (if any)
Description
Unique Ap_Id
Unique logical attachment point identifier from
cfgadm for the SCSI component
Slot State
Slot availability state: assigned or unassigned
Power State
Power state: powered-on or powered-off
Receptacle
Receptacle state: connected
Occupant
State of the occupant, which is the combination of the
board and its attached devices: configured or
unconfigured
Type
Component type: disk, CD-ROM, or tape
Condition
Component condition: ok, unknown, or failed
Information
General information for the type
When
Date and time when the components were configured
into the domain
Busy
y (yes) indicates a state, availability, or condition
change operation is in progress; n (no) indicates no
state, availability, or condition change operation is in
progress
Phys_Id
Physical attachment point ID for the SCSI component
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SC Monitoring Module
The SC Monitoring module monitors the System Management Services (SMS)
daemons on the active, or main, Sun Fire 15K/12K system controller. The Sun Fire
15K/12K SC Monitoring Module table is automatically loaded when the agent is
installed on the system controller, and you can unload it.
FIGURE 6-6 shows the icon for the module—SC Monitoring (Sun Fire 15K/12K)—as it
is displayed in the platform host Details window under the Browser tab and Local
Applications icon.
FIGURE 6-6
SC Monitoring Module
Many of the SMS daemons are critical to the operation of the Sun Fire 15K/12K
system, and this module generates an alarm according to the assigned priority when
any of the SMS daemons fails, even if it restarts. Refer to the System Management
Services (SMS) 1.2 Administrator Guide for more information about the SMS daemons.
Refer to the ps(1) command for more information about displaying the status of
current processes.
This module monitors the following SMS daemons:
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Domain Configuration Administration (dca) – One per domain
Domain Services Monitoring Daemon (dsmd)
Domain X Server (x/dxs), where x is domain a–r
Event Front-end Daemon (efe)
Environmental Status Monitoring Daemon (esmd)
Failover Management Daemon (fomd)
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FRU Access Daemon (frad)
Hardware Access Daemon (hwad)
Key Management Daemon (kmd)
Management Network Daemon (mand)
Message Logging Daemon (mld)
OpenBoot PROM Support Daemon (osd)
Platform Configuration Daemon (pcd)
SMS Startup Daemon (ssd)
Task Manager Daemon (tmd)
SC Monitoring Properties—SC Daemon Process
The following table provides a brief description of the properties for a Sun Fire
15K/12K SC daemon process (TABLE 6-93):
TABLE 6-93
Sun Fire 15K/12K SC Daemon Process
Property
Rule (if any)
Description
Command
Command name for this daemon
Process ID
Process identifier number for the daemon
Parent Process ID
Parent process identifier number for the daemon
User ID
User identifier under which the daemon is
running
User Name
Name of the user associated with the User ID
Effective User ID
Effective user identifier
Group ID
Group identifier for the user
Effective Group ID
Effective group identifier for the user
Session ID
Process identifier of the session leader
Process Group ID
Process identifier of the process group leader
TTY
Controlling terminal for the daemon; should
always be blank
Start Time
Time (within 24 hours) or date (after 24 hours)
when the process was started
CPU Time
CPU time this process has run
State
State of the daemon, such as R for running or S
for sleeping.
Wait Channel
Address of an event on which the process is
sleeping. If blank, the process is running.
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TABLE 6-93
Sun Fire 15K/12K SC Daemon Process (Continued)
Property
Rule (if any)
Description
Schedule Class
Scheduling class name for the process, which
indicates three possible scheduling algorithms:
• SYS - System process owned by the kernel,
which has the highest priority
• RT - Real-time process, which has a fixed
priority that is not changed by the scheduler
• TS - Time-sharing process, which has a
dynamic priority that is set lower if it takes too
much CPU time and higher if it is not getting
enough CPU time
Address
Memory address for the process
Size
Size (in pages) in main memory for the image of
the swappable process
Priority
Process priority
Nice
Decimal value of the system scheduling priority
of the process, if applicable
Percent CPU Time
Current CPU usage for the daemon expressed as
a percentage of CPU time available
Percent Memory
Current memory usage for the daemon expressed
as a percentage of the physical memory on the
machine
Command Line
rDownProc
Full command string used to start the daemon
SC Monitoring Alarm Rule—Process Down Rule
(rDownProc)
This section describes the alarm rule for the SC Monitoring module. You cannot
change the limits for this rule. The system provides a message with the alarm telling
what the current property is and what the limit is.
The process down rule generates a critical alarm when any SMS daemon other than
dca or dxs is down. If the Command Line column of the SC Monitoring Module
table is --, the system considers the process down.
Action: Contact your systems administrator for a critical alarm.
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SC Status Module
The SC Status module monitors the main or spare status of the system controller.
The module enables the user to see at a glance which system controller is the active,
or main, system controller. For further information about the status of the system
controller, see the SC Config Reader tables.
The Sun Fire 15K/12K SC Status module is automatically loaded when the agent is
installed on the system controller, and you can unload it.
To find the module, first open the SC Details Window. (For more information about
finding the SC Details Window, see “SC Config Reader Module” on page 147.)
FIGURE 6-7 shows the icon for the module—SC Status—as it is displayed in the host
(SC) Details window under the Browser tab and Local Applications icon. FIGURE 6-7
also shows the SC Information icon, under the SC Status icon, which you click to
view the SC Information table.
FIGURE 6-7
SC Information Showing MAIN Status
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SC Status Properties
The SC Status property has three possible values:
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MAIN – This system controller is acting as the main system controller (FIGURE 6-7).
SPARE – This system controller is acting as the spare system controller.
UNKNOWN –The role of this system controller could not be determined.
SC Status Alarm Rule (rscstatus)
The SC status alarm rule generates a disabled alarm when the status of the system
controller is not MAIN.
Displaying Platform and Domain Log
Files
To display platform and domain log files for diagnosing errors, type these
commands:
# /opt/SUNWsymon/sbin/es-run ccat /var/opt/SUNWsymon/log/platform.log
# /opt/SUNWsymon/sbin/es-run ccat /var/opt/SUNWsymon/log/agent.log
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7
Platform/Domain State
Management From the System
Controller
This chapter describes how to perform dynamic reconfiguration (DR) and other
management operations for Sun Fire 15K/12K systems using the Sun Management
Center 3.0 GUI and the PDSM module. The dynamic reconfiguration operations
include such operations as adding a board to a Sun Fire 15K/12K domain, removing
a board from a Sun Fire 15K/12K domain, and moving a board between Sun Fire
15K/12K domains. Some other management operations that you might want to
perform either as part of a dynamic reconfiguration operation or as part of another
operation are testing a board, updating the ACL, or powering a board off or on.
Two Sun Fire 15K/12K system–specific modules contain functionality for managing
the Sun Fire 15K/12K platform and domains:
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Platform/Domain State Management (PDSM), which runs on the system
controller and is described in this chapter.
Dynamic Reconfiguration (DR), which runs on a Sun Fire 15K/12K domain. (See
Chapter 8 for information about using this module.)
The PDSM monitoring and management capabilities from the Sun Management
Center console are organized into one platform view and up to 18 domain views. See
“Platform/Domain State Management Module” on page 156 for information about
where this module is located and what tables you can view.
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Prerequisites
You need to be familiar with dynamic reconfiguration operations before you use the
Sun Management Center 3.0 GUI to perform DR operations. Refer to the following
documents to learn more about dynamic reconfiguration operations on Sun Fire
15K/12K systems:
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System Management Services (SMS) 1.2 Dynamic Reconfiguration User Guide
(underlying operations for the PDSM module, which is discussed in this chapter)
Sun Fire 15K/12K Dynamic Reconfiguration User Guide (underlying operations for
the domain DR module, which is discussed in Chapter 8)
cfgadm man page (underlying command for the domain DR module, which is
discussed in Chapter 8)
For the latest general issues, known limitations, and known bugs about dynamic
reconfiguration operations, refer to the System Management Services (SMS) 1.2
Installation Guide and Release Notes.
SMS Commands Supported by PDSM
Some of the System Management Services (SMS) command-line interface (CLI)
commands are supported by the Platform/Domain State Management module. In
other words, you can use the Sun Management Center graphical user interface (GUI)
to monitor and manage the system components rather than using the SMS CLI
commands that do the same thing. Refer to the System Management Services (SMS) 1.2
Reference Manual for more information about the SMS commands.
TABLE 7-1 lists the SMS CLI commands that are supported by PDSM.
TABLE 7-1
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SMS CLI Commands Supported by PDSM
SMS CLI Command
Sun Management
Center GUI Menu Item
addboard
Add Board
Assign, connect, and configure a board
to a domain
addtag
Add Tag
Assign a domain name (tag) to a domain
deleteboard
Delete Board
Unconfigure, disconnect, and unassign a
board from a domain
deletetag
Delete Tag
Remove the domain name (tag)
associated with the domain
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SMS CLI Commands Supported by PDSM (Continued)
SMS CLI Command
Sun Management
Center GUI Menu Item
moveboard
Move Board
Move a board from one domain to
another
poweroff
Power Off
Control power off
poweron
Power On
Control power on
rcfgadm -t
Test Board
Test a board
reset
Reset Domain
Send reset to all CPU ports of a specified
domain
setkeyswitch
Keyswitch
Change the position of the virtual
keyswitch
setupplatform -a|-r
Access Control List
Add or remove boards from the existing
ACL
Description
Platform Management Operations From
the System Controller
This section contains procedures that describe how to perform platform-wide
management operations from the system controller. The following dynamic
reconfiguration procedures are described:
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Adding a board
Deleting a board
Moving a board
The following additional management procedures are described:
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Powering off a board or peripheral
Powering on a board or peripheral
Showing status
Showing Platform Information
Before you attempt to perform any of the platform-wide management operations
from the system controller, look at the Platform View tables in the PDSM module
under Hardware. See “Platform View” on page 157 for more information about
Platform View tables.
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Adding a Board
This operation assigns, connects, or configures a board to a domain on the platform.
Refer to the addboard(1M) command in the Sun System Management Services 1.2
Reference Manual for more information about adding a board.
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To Add a Board
Note – Empty slots can only be assigned.
1. Log in to the Sun Management Center console as a member of the platadmn
group.
2. Right-click on the board you want to add in the Platform Slot 0 or 1 Boards or
Empty Slots table.
The system displays a menu of board operations.
3. Left-click on the Add Board menu selection.
The system displays the Add Board dialog box.
4. After ensuring that you have selected the board you want to add, select the
domain to which to add the board in the drop-down list box.
5. Left-click on the appropriate radio button to select the state in which you want the
board to be after the board is added.
6. Left-click on the Add Board button.
You can see the progress of the Add Board operation in the dialog box.
7. If you want to abort the operation after it has started, left-click on the Abort
button.
You can see the progress of the Abort operation in the dialog box.
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Deleting a Board
This operation unconfigures, disconnects, or unassigns a system board from a
domain on the platform. Refer to the deleteboard(1M) command in the Sun System
Management Service (SMS) 1.2 Reference Manual for more information about deleting a
board.
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To Delete a Board
1. Log in to the Sun Management Center console as a member of the platadmn
group.
2. Right-click on the board you want to delete in the Platform Slot 0 or 1 Boards
table.
The system displays a menu of board operations.
3. Left-click on the Delete Board menu selection.
The system displays the Delete Board dialog box.
4. Ensure that you have selected the board you want to delete.
5. Left-click on the appropriate radio button to select the state in which you want the
board to be after the board is deleted.
6. Left-click on the Delete Board button.
You can see the progress of the Delete Board operation in the dialog box.
7. If you want to abort the operation after it has started, left-click on the Abort
button.
You can see the progress of the Abort operation in the dialog box.
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Moving a Board
This operation moves a board from one domain to another on the platform. The
board you are moving must be in the ACL of both affected domains. Refer to the
moveboard(1M) command in the Sun System Management Service 1.2 Reference
Manual for more information about moving a board.
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To Move a Board
1. Log in to the Sun Management Center console as a member of the platadmn
group.
2. Right-click on the board you want to move in the Platform Slot 0 or 1 Boards
table.
The system displays a menu of board operations.
3. Left-click on the Move Board menu selection.
The system displays the Move Board dialog box.
4. After ensuring that you have selected the board you want to move, select the
domain to which you want to move the board in the drop-down list box.
5. Left-click on the appropriate radio button to select the state in which you want the
board to be after the board is moved.
6. Left-click on the Move Board button.
You can see the progress of the Move Board operation in the dialog box.
7. If you want to abort the operation after it has started, left-click on the Abort
button.
You can see the progress of the Abort operation in the dialog box.
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Powering on a Board or Peripheral
This operation powers on a board, power supply, or fan tray on the platform. Refer
to the poweron(1M) command in the Sun System Management Service 1.2 Reference
Manual for more information about powering on a board or peripheral.
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To Power on a Board or Peripheral
1. Log in to the Sun Management Center console as a member of the platadmn or
platoper group.
2. Right-click on the board, power supply, or fan tray you want to power on in the
corresponding Platform View table.
The system displays a menu of operations.
3. Left-click on the Power On menu selection.
The system displays the Power On dialog box.
4. After ensuring that you have selected the correct board or peripheral to power on,
left-click on the OK button.
Powering off a Board or Peripheral
This operation powers off a board, power supply, or fan tray on the platform. Refer
to the poweroff(1M) command in the Sun System Management Service 1.2 Reference
Manual for more information about powering off a board or peripheral.
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To Power off a Board or Peripheral
1. Log in to the Sun Management Center console as a member of the platadmn or
platoper group.
2. Right-click on the board, power supply, or fan tray you want to power off in the
corresponding Platform View table.
The system displays a menu of operations.
3. Left-click on the Power Off menu selection.
The system displays the Power Off dialog box.
4. After ensuring that you have selected the correct board or peripheral to power off,
left-click on the OK button.
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Showing Status
This operation shows the status of the last dynamic reconfiguration command
executed for that board or slot. The status display is dynamically updated with the
status of the command currently being executed. If the command being executed
halts on an error, an error message is displayed. The message “No status from the
agent” is displayed if no command has been executed, or if a command finishes
execution without errors.
Note – You receive a status message if you attempt a dynamic reconfiguration
operation that is not permitted. Refer to the Sun System Management Services 1.2
Installation Guide and Release Notes for any known limitations on dynamic
reconfiguration operations in this release.
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To Show Status
1. Log in as a member of the platadmn or platoper group.
2. Right-click on the the system board or slot for which you want to show status in
the appropriate board table.
The system displays a menu of board or slot operations.
3. Left-click on the Show status menu selection.
The system displays the Status box showing the execution status of the most current
dynamic reconfiguration command, if any. There can be a slight delay (up to a
minute) before you receive the most current status.
For example, if an operation fails, the status shows the type of message in FIGURE 8-6
on page 223.
As another example, after the configure operation finishes successfully—or if no
command has been executed—the status shows the type of message in FIGURE 8-7 on
page 223.
4. Left-click on the OK button when you are finished looking at the status.
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the System Controller
This section contains procedures that describe how to perform Sun Fire 15K/12K
domain management operations from the system controller. The following dynamic
reconfiguration procedures are described:
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Adding a board
Deleting a board
Moving a board
The following additional management procedures are described:
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Powering on a board
Powering off a board
Testing a board
Adding a tag
Deleting a tag
Changing the position of the keyswitch
Updating the Access Control List (ACL)
Resetting a domain
Showing status
Showing Domain Information from the System
Controller
Before you perform Sun Fire 15K/12K domain management operations from the
system controller, look at the Domain View tables in the PDSM modules under
Hardware. See “Domain X View” on page 161 for more information about the
Domain View tables.
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Adding a Board
This operation adds a board to a specific domain. Refer to the addboard(1M)
command in the Sun System Management Service (SMS) 1.2 Reference Manual for more
information about adding a board.
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To Add a Board
1. Log in to the Sun Management Center console as a member of the platadmn,
dmnxadmn, or dmnxrcfg group, where x is the domain where you want to add a
board.
2. Right-click on the board you want to add in the Domain X Slot 0 or 1 Boards
table.
The system displays a menu of board operations.
3. Left-click on the Add Board menu selection.
The system displays the Add Board dialog box.
4. After ensuring that you have selected the board you want to add, select the
domain to which to add the board.
5. Left-click on the appropriate radio button to select the state in which you want the
board to be after the board is added.
6. Left-click on the Add Board button.
You can see the progress of the Add Board operation in the dialog box.
7. If you want to abort the operation after it has started, left-click on the Abort
button.
You can see the progress of the Abort operation in the dialog box.
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Deleting a Board
This operation unconfigures, disconnects, and unassigns a system board from a
specific domain. Refer to the deleteboard(1M) command in the Sun System
Management Service (SMS) 1.2 Reference Manual for more information about deleting a
board.
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To Delete a Board
1. Log in to the Sun Management Center console as a member of the platadmn,
dmnxadmn, or dmnxrcfg group, where x is the domain where you want to delete a
board.
2. Right-click on the board you want to delete in the Domain X Slot 0 or 1 Boards
table.
The system displays a menu of board operations.
3. Left-click on the Delete Board menu selection.
The system displays the Delete Board dialog box.
4. Ensure that you have selected the board you want to delete.
5. Left-click on the appropriate radio button to select the state in which you want the
board to be after the board is deleted.
6. Left-click on the Delete Board button.
You can see the progress of the Delete Board operation in the dialog box.
7. If you want to abort the operation after it has started, left-click on the Abort
button.
You can see the progress of the Abort operation in the dialog box.
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Moving a Board
This operation moves a board from one domain to another. The board you are
moving must be in the ACL of both affected domains. Refer to the moveboard(1M)
command in the Sun System Management Service (SMS) 1.2 Reference Manual for more
information about moving a board.
▼
To Move a Board
1. Log in to the Sun Management Center console.
If you log in as a member of the platadmn group, you do not need additional access
privileges. If you log in as a member of the dmnxadmn or dmnxrcfg group, where x
is the domain, you need to have access to both affected domains.
2. Right-click on the board you want to move in the Domain X Slot 0 or 1 Boards
table.
The system displays a menu of board operations.
3. Left-click on the Move Board menu selection.
The system displays the Move Board dialog box.
4. After ensuring that you have selected the board you want to move, select the
domain to which to move the board.
5. Left-click on the appropriate radio button to select the state in which you want the
board to be after the board is moved.
6. Left-click on the Move Board button.
You can see the progress of the Move Board operation in the dialog box.
7. If you want to abort the operation after it has started, left-click on the Abort
button.
You can see the progress of the Abort operation in the dialog box.
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Powering on a Board
This operation powers on a board for a specific domain. Refer to the poweron(1M)
command in the Sun System Management Service (SMS) 1.2 Reference Manual for more
information about powering on a board.
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To Power on a Board
Before you power on a board, the power state must be OFF.
1. Log in to the Sun Management Center console as a member of the platadmn,
platoper, dmnxadmn, or dmnxrcfg group, where x is the domain where you want
to power on a board.
2. Right-click on the board you want to power on in the one of the Domain X View
tables.
The system displays a menu of board operations.
3. Left-click on the Power On menu selection.
The system displays the Power On dialog box.
4. After ensuring that you have selected the correct board to power on, left-click on
the OK button.
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Powering off a Board
This operation powers off a board for a specific domain. Refer to the poweroff(1M)
command in the Sun System Management Service (SMS) 1.2 Reference Manual for more
information about powering off a board.
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To Power off a Board
Before you power off a board, the power state must be ON.
1. Log in to the Sun Management Center console as a member of the platadmn,
platoper, dmnxadmn, or dmnxrcfg group, where x is the domain where you want
to power off a board.
2. Right-click on the board you want to power off in the Domain X Slot 0 or 1 Boards
table.
The system displays a menu of board operations.
3. Left-click on the Power Off menu selection.
The system displays the Power Off dialog box.
4. After ensuring that you have selected the correct board to power off, left-click on
the OK button.
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Testing a Board
This operation tests a board in a specific domain. Refer to the rcfgadm(1M)
command, option -t, in the Sun System Management Services 1.2 Reference Manual for
more information about testing a board.
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To Test a Board
1. Log in to the Sun Management Center console as a member of the dmnxadmn
group, where x is the domain where you want to test a board.
2. Right-click on the board you want to test in the Domain X View table.
The system displays a menu of board operations.
3. Left-click on the Test Board menu selection.
The system displays the Test Board dialog box.
4. Left-click on the radio button beside the test option you want.
5. If you want to force the test, left-click on the check box beside Use Force Option.
If you do choose this option, note the caution on the menu. If you do not want to
force the test, be sure that the check box is blank.
6. After ensuring that you have selected the correct board to test and have the correct
options checked, left-click on the Start Test button.
You can see the progress of the Test Board operation in the dialog box.
7. If you want to abort the operation after it has started, left-click on the Abort
button.
You can see the progress of the Abort operation in the dialog box.
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Adding or Changing a Domain Tag
This operation adds the specified domain tag name to a domain or changes the
domain tag name. Only one name tag can be assigned to a domain, and it must be
unique across all domains. Refer to the addtag(1M) command in the Sun System
Management Services 1.2 Reference Manual for more information about adding or
changing a domain tag.
▼
To Add or Change a Domain Tag
1. Log in to the Sun Management Center console as a member of the platadmn
group.
2. Right-click on the Domain (A–R) in the Domain X Info table for which you want
to add or change a tag.
The system displays a menu of domain operations.
3. Left-click on the Add Tag menu selection.
The system displays the Add Tag dialog box.
4. After ensuring that you have selected the correct domain for which you want to
add a tag, type the new domain tag name in the text box under Set new tag:
5. Left-click on the OK button.
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Deleting a Tag
This operation removes the domain tag name associated with the domain. Refer to
the deletetag(1M) command in the Sun System Management Services 1.2 Reference
Manual for more information about deleting a tag.
▼
To Delete a Domain Tag
1. Log in to the Sun Management Center console as a member of the platadmn
group.
2. Right-click on the Domain (A–R) in the Domain X Info table for which you want
to delete a tag.
The system displays a menu of domain operations.
3. Left-click on the Delete Tag menu selection.
The system displays the Delete Tag dialog box.
4. After ensuring that you have selected the correct domain for which you want to
delete a tag, left-click on the OK button.
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Changing the Keyswitch Position
This operation changes the position of the virtual keyswitch for a domain to one of
these specified values:
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■
■
On
Off
Diagnostics
Secure
Standby
Refer to the setkeyswitch(1M) command in Sun System Management Services (SMS)
1.2 Reference Manual for more information about the virtual keyswitch and
definitions of the positions.
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To Change the Keyswitch Position
1. Log in to the Sun Management Center console as a member of the dmnxadmn
group, where x is the domain for which you want to change the keyswitch
position.
2. Right-click on the Domain (A–R) in the Domain X Info table for which you want
to change the keyswitch position.
The system displays a menu of domain operations.
3. Left-click on the Keyswitch menu selection.
The system displays the Keyswitch dialog box.
4. Left-click on the radio button next to the position you want to set for the domain.
5. Left-click on the OK button.
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Setting Up or Changing the Access Control List
(ACL)
This operation sets up or changes the Access Control List for the domain. The
default for an ACL for a domain is empty. You need to set up the ACL list for a
domain initially and put in all boards you want to assign to the domain. You cannot
assign a board from a domain if the board is not in the domain’s ACL. Refer to the
setupplatform(1M) command in Sun System Management Services (SMS) 1.2
Reference Manual for more information about setting up or changing the ACL.
Note – The Access Control List in the Sun Management Center 3.0 GUI is the same
list that is called the Available Component List in the Systems Management Services
(SMS) setupplatform(1M) command.
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To Set Up or Change the Access Control List
1. Log in to the Sun Management Center console as a member of the platadmn
group.
2. Right-click on the Domain (A–R) in the Domain X Info table for which you want
to set up or change the Access Control List.
The system displays a menu of domain operations.
3. Left-click on the Access Control List menu selection.
The system displays the Access Control List dialog box.
4. If you want to add a slot to the ACL for a domain, select the slot from the left list
box (Add To ACL List:), and left-click on Add. If you want to remove a slot from
the ACL for a domain, select the slot from the right list box (Slots in ACL:), and
left-click on Remove.
5. When you have the ACL exactly the way you want it, left-click on the OK button.
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Resetting a Domain
This operation resets all the CPU ports of a specified domain; in other words, resets
the hardware to a clean state. Refer to the reset(1M) command in the Sun System
Management Services (SMS) 1.2 Reference Manual for more information about resetting
a domain.
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To Reset a Domain
To reset a domain, the virtual keyswitch must not be in the secure position. If the
keyswitch is in the secure position and you attempt to reset the domain, you
receive an error message. See “Changing the Keyswitch Position” on page 198 for
instructions on changing the keyswitch position.
1. Log in to the Sun Management Center console as a member of the dmnxadmn
group, where x is the domain you want to reset.
2. Right-click on the Domain (A–R) in the Domain X Info table that you want to
reset.
The system displays a menu of domain operations.
3. Left-click on the Reset Domain menu selection.
The system displays the Reset Domain dialog box.
4. If you are sure this is the domain you want to reset, left-click on the OK button.
Showing Status
This operation shows the status of the last dynamic reconfiguration command
executed for that board or slot. The status display is dynamically updated with the
status of the command currently being executed. If the command being executed
halts on an error, an error message is displayed. The message “No status from the
agent” is displayed if no command has been executed, or if a command finishes
execution without errors.
Note – You receive a status message if you attempt a dynamic reconfiguration
operation that is not permitted. Refer to the Sun System Management Services 1.2
Installation Guide and Release Notes for any known limitations on dynamic
reconfiguration operations in this release.
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To Show Status
1. Log in as a member of the platadmn, platoper, dmnxadmn, or dmnxrcfg group,
where x is the domain in which you want to show status for a system board or
slot.
2. Right-click on the the system board or slot for which you want to show status in
the appropriate board table.
The system displays a menu of board or slot operations.
3. Left-click on the Show status menu selection.
The system displays the Status box showing the execution status of the most current
dynamic reconfiguration command, if any. There can be a slight delay (up to a
minute) before you receive the most current status.
For example, if an operation fails, the status shows the type of message in FIGURE 8-6
on page 223.
As another example, after the configure operation finishes successfully—or if no
command has been executed—the status shows the type of message in FIGURE 8-7 on
page 223.
4. Left-click on the OK button when you are finished looking at the status.
Possible Reasons for DR Operation
Attempts Failing
There are a number of reasons why a dynamic reconfiguration operation attempt
might fail:
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User does not have permission to do the operation. In most cases, these
operations are disallowed at the console level. However, there are cases (most
notably with move board operations) where the operation privilege cannot be
determined without the console being queried. In these cases, the user can
attempt the operation, but it fails with an error message stating Generic data
request error.
User does not have proper authorization for the operation, either because of an
inconsistency in group settings between the Sun Management server and agent,
or because of problems exceeding the 16 group limit. The operation fails with an
error message stating Insufficient security privilege or Not writable
error. See Chapter 3 for more information about security access. Specifically, see
“Limit of 16 Group IDs for a User ID” on page 56 for more information about the
16 group limit.
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Network connection to the platform agent is down. The operation fails with an
error message stating Timeout error.
When you receive any of these messages other than Timeout error, refer to the
following files for more information:
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platform.log and pdsm.log files in /var/opt/SWUNWsymon/log
/tmp/pdsm.log file
console log file
/var/opt/SUNWSMW/SMS version/adm/platform/messages, where SMS
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8
Dynamic Reconfiguration From the
Domain
This chapter describes how to perform dynamic reconfiguration (DR) operations
from a Sun Fire 3800, 4800, 4810, 6800, 12K, or 15K domain using the Sun
Management Center 3.0 GUI and the Dynamic Reconfiguration module. The
dynamic reconfiguration operations include such operations as attaching a board to
a Sun Fire domain, detaching a board from a Sun Fire domain, and configuring a
board on a Sun Fire domain. Some other management operations that you might
want to perform either as part of a dynamic reconfiguration operation or as part of
another operation are testing a board or powering a board off or on.
Prerequisites
You need to be familiar with dynamic reconfiguration operations before you use the
Sun Management Center 3.0 GUI to perform DR operations. Refer to the following
documents to learn more about dynamic reconfiguration operations on a Sun Fire
system:
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■
■
Sun Fire 15K/12K Dynamic Reconfiguration User Guide, which describes the
underlying Sun Fire 15K/12K operations for the DR module. For the latest
general issues, known limitations, and known bugs about dynamic
reconfiguration operations for the Sun Fire 15K, refer to the System Management
Services (SMS) 1.2 Installation Guide and Release Notes.
Sun Fire 6800, 4810, 4800, and 3800 Systems Dynamic Reconfiguration User’s Guide,
which describes the underlying Sun Fire 6800, 4810, 4800, and 3800 operations for
the DR module.
cfgadm(1M) man page, which describes the underlying command for the DR
module.
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Dynamic Reconfiguration Module
The Dynamic Reconfiguration module enables you to perform dynamic
reconfiguration operations from the domain in the same manner that you would
with the cfgadm(1M) command only using the Sun Management Center 3.0 GUI.
This module works on Sun Fire 3800, 4800, 4810, 6800, 12K, and 15K systems.
During the software installation, this module is automatically installed. You need to
load this module to use it the first time. You can unload the module, if desired. For
specific information about loading and unloading Sun Management Center modules,
refer to Chapter 11, “Managing Modules,” in the Sun Management Center 3.0 Software
User’s Guide.
FIGURE 8-1 shows the icon for the module—Dynamic Reconfiguration Sun Fire (380015K/12K)—as it is displayed in the host Details window on a domain under the
Browser tab and Hardware icon.
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Dynamic
Reconfiguration
Icon
Data
Table
Dynamic
Reconfiguration
Commands
FIGURE 8-1
Dynamic Reconfiguration Features
There are two sections of tables:
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■
Attachment Points—single attachment points for larger assemblies such as system
boards and I/O boards
Dynamic Attachment Points—dynamic attachment points for individual devices
and components such as CPU modules, DIMMs, and SCSI drives
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Attachment Points
An attachment point is a collective term for a board and its slot. The Attachment
Points tables show information about the following types of board slots:
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■
■
■
■
■
■
CPU/MEM
PCI/cPCI/hPCI IO
WPCI
cPCI/hPCI cards
SCSI
Empty Slots
MaxCPU
The Dynamic Reconfiguration module allows you to perform dynamic
reconfiguration operations from the domain on the attachment points in the tables.
Dynamic Attachment Points
Dynamic attachment points refer to components on the system boards, such as
CPUs, memory, and I/O devices. The dynamic attachment points are created by the
DR driver. Refer to the dr(7D) man page in the Sun Solaris 8 Reference Manual
Collection for more details about the DR driver. The Dynamic Attachment Point
tables show information about the following types of components:
■
■
■
■
CPU
Memory
I/O
SCSI Components
The Dynamic Reconfiguration module allows you to perform dynamic
reconfiguration operations from the domain on the dynamic attachment points in
the tables.
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Data Tables
Use the Dynamic Reconfiguration data tables in the right half of a Details window to
find the last-known state of a dynamically-reconfigurable board or device.
All data tables for Dynamic Reconfiguration Sun Fire(3800-15K) use the format
shown in TABLE 8-1.
TABLE 8-1
Dynamic Reconfiguration Data Table Format
Property
Description
Unique Ap_Id
Logical name for the attachment point or dynamic attachment point
Slot State
State of the slot
Power State
Power state for the slot
Receptacle
Receptacle state
Occupant
Occupant state
Type
Type of attachment point or dynamic attachment point
Condition
Board or component condition
Information
General information for the type
When
Date and time when components were configured
Busy
Indicates whether or not the attachment point or dynamic
attachment point is busy
Phys_Id
Physical name for the attachment point or dynamic attachment
point
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Dynamic Reconfiguration Operations
From the Domain
This section describes how to perform dynamic reconfiguration operations from the
domain from a Sun Fire domain using the Sun Management Center 3.0 Dynamic
Reconfiguration module. The dynamic reconfiguration operations from the domain
are based on the cfgadm(1M) command. Refer to the cfgadm(1M) command in the
Sun Solaris 8 Reference Manual Collection for more information about the various
cfgadm options.
There are both logical and physical aspects of Sun Fire domains:
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■
The logical domain is the set of slots—either containing or not containing system
boards—grouped as belonging to a specific domain.
The physical domain is the set of boards in the logical domain that are physically
interconnected.
A slot—whether occupied or empty—can be a member of a logical domain, while
not being part of a physical domain. After boot, a board or empty slot can be
assigned to or unassigned from a logical domain. A board becomes part of a
physical domain when the Solaris operating environment requests it. An empty slot
is never part of a physical domain.
The following dynamic reconfiguration and other management operations from the
domain are described in this section of the supplement:
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■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
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Attaching a board
Detaching a board
Assigning a board
Unassigning a board
Connecting a board
Disconnecting a board
Configuring a board or components
Unconfiguring a board, components, or memory
Powering on a board
Powering off a board
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cfgadm Options Supported
TABLE 8-2 describes the cfgadm(1M) options that are supported by the Dynamic
Reconfiguration module. Refer to the cfgadm(1M) command in the Sun Solaris 8
Reference Manual Collection for more information about the various cfgadm
options.
TABLE 8-2
cfgadm Options Supported by Dynamic Reconfiguration
cfgadm Option
Sun Management Center
GUI Menu Item
Description
-c configure
Attach
Attach a board
-c disconnect
Detach
Detach a board
-x assign
Assign
Assign a board
-c disconnect
-x unassign
Unassign
Unassign a board
-c connect
Connect
Connect a board
-c disconnect
Disconnect
Disconnect a board
-c configure
Configure
Configure a board or another component
-c unconfigure
Unconfigure
Unconfigure a board or another component
-x poweron
Power On
Power on a board
-x poweroff
Power Off
Power off a board
-t
Test
Test a board
Showing Domain Information From the Domain
Before you perform any dynamic reconfiguration operations from a Sun Fire
domain, look at the Attachment Points and Dynamic Attachment Points tables in the
Dynamic Reconfiguration module under Hardware.
Ensure Boards Are in a Domain’s ACL
Before you can perform certain dynamic reconfiguration operations on a system
board from a domain, the board must be in the domain’s ACL.
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Assigning a Board
This operation adds a system board to the logical domain.
▼
To Assign a Board
1. Log in as a member of the esadm group to the domain to which you want to
assign a system board.
2. Right-click on the Unique Ap_Id for the system board you want to assign in the
appropriate board table.
The system displays a menu of board operations.
3. Left-click on the Assign menu selection.
The system displays the Assign confirmation box with this message:
Assign a slot.
Are you sure you want to assign?
4. Left-click on the OK button to assign the selected board. Otherwise, left-click on
the Cancel button to cancel the assign operation.
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Unassigning a Board
This operation removes a system board from the logical domain.
▼
To Unassign a Board
1. Log in as a member of the esadm group to the domain from which you want to
unassign a system board.
2. Right-click on the Unique Ap_Id for the system board you want to unassign in the
appropriate board table.
The system displays a menu of board operations.
3. Left-click on the Unassign menu selection.
The system displays the Unassign confirmation box with this message:
Unassign.
Are you sure you want to unassign?
4. Left-click on the OK button to unassign the selected board. Otherwise, left-click
on the Cancel button to cancel the unassign operation.
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Attaching a System Board
This operation attaches the specified system board to the Solaris operating
environment running in the specified domain. The process of attaching a system
board involves a series of automatic steps performed by the Dynamic
Reconfiguration module:
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■
■
■
■
Assigns the system board to the logical domain.
Powers on the system board.
Tests the system board.
Connects the system board to the domain physically through the system
controller.
Configures the components on the system board in the Solaris operating
environment running on the domain, so that applications running on the domain
can use the components.
Some of the automatic steps are not performed depending on the initial state of the
system board and other components or whether hardware problems prohibit the
successful completion of the attach operation.
▼
To Attach a System Board
1. Log in as a member of the esadm group to the domain to which you want to attach
a system board.
2. Right-click on the Unique Ap_Id for the system board you want to attach in the
appropriate board table.
The system displays a menu of board operations.
3. Left-click on the Attach menu selection.
The system displays the Attach Confirmation box with this message:
Attach a board.
Attach will connect and configure the selected board.
Are you sure you want to attach?
4. Left-click on the OK button to connect and configure the selected board.
Otherwise, left-click on the Cancel button to cancel the attach operation.
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Detaching a System Board
This operation detaches the specified system board from the Solaris operating
environment running in the specified domain. The process of detaching a system
board involves a series of automatic steps performed by the Dynamic
Reconfiguration module:
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■
■
Unconfigures the components on the system board from the Solaris operating
environment running on the domain, so that applications running on the domain
can no longer use the components.
Communicates with the system controller to physically disconnect the system
board from the domain. After this step, the system board is no longer part of the
physical domain, although it is still part of the logical domain.
Powers off the system board.
Some of the automatic steps are not performed depending on the initial state of the
system board and other components or whether hardware problems prohibit the
successful completion of the detach operation.
▼
To Detach a System Board
1. Log in as a member of the esadm group to the domain from which you want to
detach a system board.
2. Right-click on the Unique Ap_Id for the system board you want to detach in the
appropriate board table.
The system displays a menu of board operations.
3. Left-click on the Detach menu selection.
The system displays the Detach confirmation box (FIGURE 8-2).
FIGURE 8-2
Detach Confirmation Box
4. Left-click on the OK button to unconfigure, disconnect, and power off the selected
board. Otherwise, left-click on the Cancel button to cancel the detach operation.
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Connecting a Board
This operation performs the following steps:
■
■
■
■
▼
Assigns the system board to a logical domain if the board is available and is not
part of the logical domain
Powers on the system board
Tests the system board
Connects the system board to the physical domain
To Connect a System Board
1. Log in as a member of the esadm group to the domain in which you want to
connect a system board.
2. Right-click on the Unique Ap_Id for the system board you want to connect in the
appropriate board table.
The system displays a menu of board operations.
3. Left-click on the Connect menu selection.
The system displays the Connect confirmation box with this message:
Connect
Are you sure you want to connect?
4. Left-click on the OK button to connect the selected board. Otherwise, left-click on
the Cancel button to cancel the connect operation.
Note – The Sun Fire 15K/12K system allows you to click on an Abort button to stop
the operation prematurely.
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Disconnecting a Board
This operation performs the following steps:
■
■
▼
Unconfigures the system board, if necessary
Disconnects the system board from the physical domain
To Disconnect a System Board Other Than a
SCSI Board
1. Log in as a member of the esadm group to the domain in which you want to
disconnect a system board.
2. Right-click on the Unique Ap_Id for the system board you want to disconnect in
the appropriate board table.
The system displays a menu of board operations.
3. Left-click on the Disconnect menu selection.
The system displays the Disconnect dialog box (FIGURE 8-3FIGURE 8-3).
FIGURE 8-3
Disconnect Dialog Box
4. Left-click on the radio button beside the Power State option you want the board to
be in after it is disconnected.
5. Left-click on the radio button beside the Slot State option you want the board to
be in after it is disconnected.
6. Left-click on the Use Force Option box to force the disconnect operation.
Otherwise, leave the Use Force Option box blank.
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7. Left-click on the OK button to disconnect the selected board. Otherwise, left-click
on the Cancel button to cancel the disconnect operation.
Note – The Sun Fire 15K/12K system allows you to click on an Abort button to stop
the operation prematurely.
▼
To Disconnect a SCSI Board
Log in as a member of the esadm group to the domain in which you want to
disconnect a SCSI board.
8. Right-click on the Unique Ap_Id for the SCSI board you want to disconnect in the
appropriate board table.
The system displays a menu of board operations.
9. Left-click on the Disconnect menu selection.
The system displays the Disconnect dialog box with this message:
Disconnect
Are you sure you want to continue?
10. Left-click on the OK button to disconnect the SCSI board. Otherwise, left-click on
the Cancel button to cancel the disconnect operation.
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Configuring a Board, a Component, or Memory
This operation performs the following steps:
■
■
▼
Connects the system board, if necessary.
Configures a system board or a component or memory on a board into the Solaris
operating environment running in the domain, so that applications running on
the domain can use the board or the component or memory on the board.
To Configure a System Board, a Component, or
Memory
1. Log in as a member of the esadm group to the domain in which you want to
configure a system board, a component, or memory.
2. Right-click on the Unique Ap_Id for the system board, component, or memory
you want to configure in the appropriate board table.
The system displays a menu of board, component, or memory operations.
3. Left-click on the Configure menu selection.
The system displays the Configure confirmation box with this message:
Configure
Are you sure you want to configure?
4. Left-click on the OK button to configure the selected board, component, or
memory. Otherwise, left-click on the Cancel button to cancel the configure
operation.
Note – The Sun Fire 15K/12K system allows you to click on an Abort button to stop
the operation prematurely.
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Unconfiguring a Board, a Component, or Memory
This operation unconfigures a system board, a component on a board, or memory so
that applications running on the domain can no longer use the board, component, or
memory.
▼
To Unconfigure a System Board or a Component
1. Log in as a member of the esadm group to the domain in which you want to
unconfigure a system board or component.
2. Right-click on the Unique Ap_Id for the system board or component you want to
unconfigure in the appropriate board table.
The system displays a menu of board or component operations.
3. Left-click on the Unconfigure menu selection.
The system displays the Unconfigure dialog box with this message:
Select Force Option
The force option will force the selected action.
Select check box to use the force option.
4. Select the Use Force Option check box to force the unconfigure operation.
Otherwise, leave the Use Force Option box blank.
5. Left-click on the OK button to unconfigure the selected board or component.
Otherwise, left-click on the Cancel button to cancel the unconfigure operation.
Note – The Sun Fire 15K/12K system allows you to click on an Abort button to stop
the operation prematurely.
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▼
To Unconfigure Memory
1. Log in as a member of the esadm group to the domain in which you want to
unconfigure memory.
2. Right-click on the Unique Ap_Id for the memory component you want to
unconfigure in the Memory component table.
The system displays a menu of memory component operations.
3. Left-click on the Unconfigure menu selection.
The system displays the Unconfigure Memory dialog box (FIGURE 8-4).
FIGURE 8-4
Unconfigure Memory Dialog Box
4. Select the Use Force Option box to force the unconfigure operation. Otherwise,
leave the Use Force Option box blank.
5. Left-click on the OK button to start unconfiguring memory. Otherwise, left-click
on the Close button to cancel the unconfigure operation.
Note – On the Sun Fire 3800, 4800, 4810, or 6800 system, if you want to keep the
Unconfigure Memory dialog box open to monitor the progress of the operation, leftclick on the Apply button to start unconfiguring memory. On the Sun Fire 15K/12K
system, if you start the unconfigure operation for memory, it may take a few minutes
to complete. You can left-click on the Abort button to stop the unconfigure operation
before it finishes.
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Powering on a Board
This operation powers on a system board. The board must be assigned to the logical
domain, but not be in the physical domain.
▼
To Power on a Board
1. Log in as a member of the esadm group to the domain in which you want to
power on a system board.
2. Right-click on the Unique Ap_Id for the system board you want to power on in
the appropriate board table.
The system displays a menu of board operations.
3. Left-click on the Power On menu selection.
The system displays the Power On confirmation box with this message:
Power On a board.
Are you sure you want to power on?
4. Left-click on the OK button to power on a system board. Otherwise, left-click on
the Cancel button to cancel the power on operation.
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Powering off a Board
This operation powers off a system board. The board must be assigned to the logical
domain, but not be in the physical domain.
▼
To Power off a Board
1. Log in as a member of the esadm group to the domain in which you want to
power off a system board.
2. Right-click on the Unique Ap_Id for the system board you want to power off in
the appropriate board table.
The system displays a menu of board operations.
3. Left-click on the Power Off menu selection.
The system displays the Power Off confirmation box with this message:
Power Off a board.
Are you sure you want to power off?
4. Left-click on the OK button to power off a system board. Otherwise, left-click on
the Cancel button to cancel the power off operation.
Testing a Board
This operation tests system boards. The board must be assigned to the logical
domain, but not be in the physical domain.
▼
To Test a Board
1. Log in as a member of the esadm group to the domain in which you want to test a
system board.
2. Right-click on the Unique Ap_Id for the system board you want to test in the
appropriate board table.
The system displays a menu of board operations.
3. Left-click on the Test menu selection.
The system displays the Test Board dialog box (FIGURE 8-5).
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FIGURE 8-5
Test Board Dialog Box
4. Left-click on the radio button beside the Test Option you want.
5. After ensuring that you have selected the correct board to test and have the correct
option checked, left-click on the OK button to start the test. Otherwise, left-click
on the Cancel button to cancel the test.
Note – The Sun Fire 15K/12K system allows you to click on an Abort button to stop
the operation prematurely.
Showing Status
This operation shows the status of the last dynamic reconfiguration command
executed for that board or slot. The status display is dynamically updated with the
status of the command currently being executed. If the command being executed
halts on an error, an error message from the cfgadm(1M) program is displayed. The
message “No status from the agent” is displayed if no command has been
executed, or if a command finishes execution without errors.
▼
To Show Status
1. Log in as a member of the esadm group to the domain in which you want to show
status for a system board or slot.
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2. Right-click on the Unique Ap_Id for the system board or slot for which you want
to show status in the appropriate board table.
The system displays a menu of board or slot operations.
3. Left-click on the Show status menu selection.
The system displays the Status box showing the execution status of the most current
dynamic reconfiguration command, if any.
For example, if an operation fails, the status shows this type of message (FIGURE 8-6):
FIGURE 8-6
Unsuccessful Operation in Show Status for Domain DR Operation
For another example, after the configure operation finishes successfully—or if no
command has been executed—the status shows this message (FIGURE 8-7):
FIGURE 8-7
Successful Operation in Show Status for Domain DR Operation
4. Left-click on the OK button when you are finished looking at the status.
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Glossary
This list defines abbreviations and acronyms in the Sun Management Center 3.0
Supplement for Sun Fire 15K/12K Systems and in the Sun Management Center
graphical user interface (GUI) for Sun Fire 15K/12K system–specific modules.
A
ABUS
AC
ACL
Address Bus
Alternating Current input from the power supply
Access Control List in the Sun Management Center GUI, is the same as
Available Component List in Systems Management Services (SMS)
AMX
AR
Address Multiplexer ASIC
Address Register ASIC
ASIC
Application-Specific Integrated Circuit
ASM
Advanced System Monitoring
ASR
Automatic System Recovery
AXQ
System Address Controller ASIC
C
C
Celsius
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CBH
CLI
CP
CPU
CS or CSB
Console Bus Hub
command-line interface
Centerplane (Sun Fireplane interconnect)
Central Processing Unit
Centerplane Support board
D
DARB
DAT
DBUS
Data Arbiter ASIC
Digital Audio Tape
Data Bus
DC
Direct Current from the facility power source
dca
Domain Configuration Administration
DCR
Dcache
DDS
DIMM
Domain Config Reader
Data Cache
Digital Data Storage
Dual Inline Memory Module
DMX
Data Multiplexer ASIC
DNS
Domain Name Service
DR
dsmd
DX
x/dxs
Dynamic Reconfiguration
Domain Service Monitoring Daemon
Data Extract ASIC
Domain X Server, where x is domain a–r
E
Ecache
ECC
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External Cache
Error-Correcting Code
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esmd
EX or EXB
Event Front-end Daemon
Environmental Status Monitoring Daemon
Expander board
F
fomd
Failover Management Daemon
frad
FRU Access Daemon
FRU
Field-Replaceable Unit
FT
Fan Tray
G
GUI
graphical user interface
H
HK
HPCI, hPCI, or hsPCI
HUP
hwad
Housekeeping
Hot-swap PCI assembly
Hang-up signal
Hardware Access Daemon
I
Icache
Instruction Cache
ICMP
Internet Control Message Protocol
ID
Identifier
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IO
IOA
IP
Input/Output board, such as MaxCPU board or hsPCI board
Input/Output Adapter
Internet Protocol
K
kmd
Key Management Daemon
M
mand
MB
MCPU
Management Network Daemon
Megabyte
MaxCPU board
MHz
Megahertz
MIB
Management Information Base
mld
Message Logging Daemon
N
NIC
Network Interface Card
NIS
Network Information Services
O
OBP
OpenBoot PROM
OID
Object Identifier
osd
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OpenBoot PROM Support Daemon
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P
Paroli
Parallel Optical Link
pcd
Platform Configuration Daemon
PCI
Peripheral Component Interconnect
PCR
PDSM
Platform Config Reader
Platform/Domain State Management
PFA
Predictive Failure Analysis
POR
Power-on Reset
POST
Power-On Self-Test
PROC
Processor
PROM
programmable read-only memory
PS
Power Supply
RBUS
Response Bus
R
RIO
Read Input/Output ASIC
RMX
Response Multiplexer ASIC
RSM
Remote Shared Memory
RT
Real-time process
S
SAN
SB
SBBC
Storage Area Network
System Board, such as CPU board
Sun Fire Boot Bus Controller
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SC
System Controller
SCM
System Controller Monitoring
SCSI
Small Computer System Interface
SDC
Sun Fire Data Controller ASIC
SDI
System Data Interface ASIC, which has six copies on the expander board
SDI0
System Data Interface Master ASIC; master of five copies of the System Data
Interface ASIC
SDI3
Third of five copies of the System Data Interface ASIC
SDI5
Fifth of six copies of the System Data Interface ASIC
SEEPROM
serially electrically erasable PROM
SIMM
Single Inline Memory Module
SMS
System Management Services
SNMP
Simple Network Management Protocol
SRS
Sun Remote Services
ssd
SMS Startup Daemon
SSM
Scalable Shared Memory
SYS
System process
tmd
Task Manager Daemon
T
TNG
The Next Generation
TS
Time-sharing process
U
UPA
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V
VDC
Volts or Voltage
Volts Direct Current
W
WCI
Sun Fire Link Interface ASIC
WPCI
Sun Fire Link PCI
wrsm
Sun Fire Link Remote Shared Memory driver
wssm
Sun Fire Link Scalable Shared Memory driver
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Index
A
access control list (ACL)
ensuring boards are in domain’s ACL, 209
set up or change, 199
add
board
domain, 190
platform, 184
tag, domain, 196
alarm rules
board
current (scBCurrt), 119
power (scBPower), 119
temperature (scBTemp), 120
voltage
platform (scBVolt), 121
system controller (cpBrdVolt), 153
CPU
status
domain (scCPUStatus), 143
system controller (cpCPUStatus), 154
temperature (cpCPUTemp), 154
domain and record stop (scStop), 121
error count
DIMM (scDimmErrCnt), 143
disk
domain (scDskErrCnt), 144
system controller (cpDskErrCnt), 155
link
status (scLnkSt), 146
valid (scLnkVld), 146
tape
domain (scTpeErrCnt), 145
system controller (cpTpeErrCnt), 155
failover state (scFoStat), 122
hPCI card (scHPCIcd), 122
OK/BAD/UNKNOWN (scOBURul), 123
OK/FAIL (scOkFail), 124
ON/OFF (scOnOff), 124
POST status
domain (scPOSTStatus), 144
platform (scPOST), 125
power supply breaker (scBreakr), 126
process down (rDownProc), 178
SC status (rscstatus), 180
state check (scStateCheck), 145
system board
DR state (scDrStat), 126
test status (scBTest), 127
assign board, from domain, 210
attach board, from domain, 212
C
CD-ROM drive, remote
mounting, 10
unmounting, 12
CDs
installation, 10
centerplane support board, properties, 96
centerplane, properties, 93
change
ACL, 199
keyswitch position, 198
tag, domain, 196
Index 233
composite
creating, 60
discovering, 61
example, 61
icons, 58
platform, 57
troubleshooting, 64
updating, 62
configure, from domain
board, 217
component, 217
memory, 217
connect board, from domain, 214
console
exiting, 44
help documentation, 17
installing, 35
setting up, 37
starting, 42
conventions, typographic, xxvi
CP 1500
board, properties, 148
drivers, installing, 34
CPU board, properties, 102
CPU components, properties
dynamic attachment points, 172
CPU/memory board, properties
attachment points, 165
domain, 131
D
delete
board
domain, 191
platform, 185
tag, domain, 197
detach board, from domain, 213
details windows
domain, 75
hardware summary, 76
logical view, 79
physical view, 77
hardware summary, general, 68
hardware tab, 68
logical view, general, 69
Index 234
modules, Sun Fire 15K/12K agent, 67
physical view, general, 68
platform, 69
hardware summary, 70
logical view, 74
physical view, 72
system controller, 80
hardware summary, 81
logical view, 85
physical view, 82
DIMM, properties
domain, 139
platform, 115
directory name
installation CDs, 13
mounting CD-ROM drive, 11
source
domain agent add-on package, 23
platform agent add-on packages, 29
server add-on packages, 15
Sun Management Center software, 15
target, 13
disconnect, from domain
board, 215
SCSI, 216
discovery object, properties, 118
disk devices, properties
domain, 140
system controller, 151
documentation
help, 17
related, xxvi
Domain Config Reader
alarm rules, 143
CPU status (scCPUStatus), 143
DIMM error count (scDimmErrCnt), 143
disk error count (scDskErrCnt), 144
link status (scLnkSt), 146
link valid (scLnkVld), 146
POST status (scPOSTStatus), 144
state check (scStateCheck), 145
tape error count (scTpeErrCnt), 145
icon, 128
properties, 130
CPU/memory board, 131
DIMM, 139
disk devices, 140
hPCI board, 132
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hPCI card, 134
MaxCPU board, 133
memory bank, 138
memory controller, 137
network interfaces, 141
Paroli card, 135
processor, 136
system, 131
tape devices, 141
WCI, 142
WPCI board, 133
refreshing, 130
Domain Dynamic Reconfiguration
assign board, 210
attach board, 212
attachment points, 165, 205
cfgadm options supported, 209
configure board, component, or memory, 217
connect board, 214
detach board, 213
disconnect board, 215
disconnect SCSI, 216
dynamic attachment points, 165, 172, 205, 206
icon, 164, 204
logical, definition, 208
physical, definition, 208
power off board, 221
power on board, 220
properties
CPU components, 172
CPU/memory, 165
empty slots, 170
hPCI cards, 168
hPCI I/O, 166
I/O components, 174
MaxCPU, 171
memory components, 173
SCSI, 169
SCSI components, 175
WPCI, 167
show status, 222
test board, 221
unassign board, 211
unconfigure board or component, 218
unconfigure memory, 219
domains
hardware summary, 76
info, properties, 161
installing, 20
logical view, 79
physical view, 77
port numbers, 25
properties, 116
reconfiguring, 39, 41
resetting, 200
setting up, 23
starting, 42
stopping, 40, 43
view access, 55
E
empty slots, properties
attachment points, 170
domain, 163
platform, 159
exiting software, console, 44
expander board, properties, 95
F
fan trays, properties, 100, 160
G
groups, administrative
limitation, 56
Sun Fire 15K/12K modules, 54
Sun Management Center, 50
superuser, 48
System Management Services
default, 52
PDSM operations, 54
H
hardware summary
domain
finding, 76
illustration, 77
general, 68
platform
finding, 70
hardware resources, 71
Index 235
illustration, 70
information, 71
system controller
finding, 81
illustration, 82
hardware tab, 68
help documentation
console, 17
URL, 17
hosts
corresponding layers, 9
monitored, 59
names
server, 24, 31, 41
unmonitored, 59
hPCI, properties
board
domain, 132
I/O, 166
platform, 104
card, 134
attachment points, 168
cassette, 110
I
I/O components, properties
dynamic attachment points, 174
installation
cautions, 3
CDs, 10
common location
disk, 10
network, 10, 35
core software
domains, 20
server, 13
system controllers, 27
workstations, 35
CP 1500 drivers, 34
hosts and corresponding layers, 9
illustration, 6
licensed add-on products, 15, 21, 28, 36
localized versions, 37
questions, 13
script, 3
summary, 6
Index 236
Sun Fire 15K/12K add-ons
domains, 22
server, 15
system controllers, 29
K
keyswitch, change position, 198
L
licensed add-on products
general, 3
installing, 15, 21, 28, 36
Web interface, 44
log files, 44, 180
logical view
domain
finding, 79
illustration, 80
general, 69
platform
finding, 74
illustration, 75
system controller
finding, 85
illustration, 85
M
MaxCPU board, properties
attachment points, 171
domain, 133
platform, 108
memory bank, properties
domain, 138
platform, 114
memory components, properties
dynamic attachment points, 173
memory controller, properties, 137
modules
Domain Config Reader, 128
Domain Dynamic Reconfiguration, 164, 204
platform
disabled, 88
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required SMS daemons, 88
Platform Config Reader, 90
Platform/Domain State Management, 156
SC Config Reader, 147
SC Monitoring, 176
SC Status, 179
Sun Fire 15K/12K agent, 1, 67, 87
alarm rules, 89
loadable, 87
properties, 89
unloadable, 87
mounting
remote CD-ROM drive, 10
stale NFS file handle, 12
move board
domain, 192
platform, 186
N
name service switch, 49
network interfaces, properties
domain, 141
system controller, 152
NFS, stale file handle, 12
NIS name server, 49
O
object
discovery, properties, 118
platform
creating, 66
port number, 66
P
packages
minimum disk space, 4
Sun Fire 15K/12K, 4
Paroli card, properties
domain, 135
platform, 112
PCI device, properties, 150
physical view
domain
finding, 77
illustrations, 78, 79
general, 68
platform
finding, 72
illustrations, 73, 74
system controller
finding, 82
illustrations, 83, 84
platform
composite, 57
hardware summary, 70
info, properties, 157
logical view, 74
object
creating, 66
system controllers, 65
physical view, 72
reconfiguring, 39
view access, 55
Platform Config Reader
alarm rules, 119
board
current (scBCurrt), 119
power (scBPower), 119
temperature (scBTemp), 120
voltage (scBVolt), 121
domain and record stop (scStop), 121
failover state (scFoStat), 122
hPCI card (scHPCIcd), 122
OK/BAD/UNKNOWN (scOBURul), 123
OK/FAIL (scOkFail), 124
ON/OFF (scOnOff), 124
POST status (scPOST), 125
power supply breaker (scBreakr), 126
system board
DR state (scDrStat), 126
test status (scBTest), 127
icon, 90
properties, 91
centerplane, 93
centerplane support board, 96
CPU board, 102
DIMM, 115
discovery object, 118
domain, 116
expander board, 95
fan trays, 100
Index 237
hPCI board, 104
hPCI cassette, 110
MaxCPU board, 108
memory bank, 114
Paroli card, 112
power supplies, 101
processor, 113
system, 91
system controller, 97
system controller peripheral, 99
WPCI board, 106
refreshing, 90
Platform/Domain State Management
add board
domain, 190
platform, 184
add or change tag
domain, 196
change keyswitch position
domain, 198
delete board
domain, 191
platform, 185
delete tag
domain, 197
domain view, 161
access, 55
groups, required, 54
icon, 156
move board
domain, 192
platform, 186
platform view, 157
access, 55
power off board
domain, 194
power off board or peripheral
platform, 187
power on board
domain, 193
power on board or peripheral
platform, 187
properties
domain
empty slots, 163
info, 161
slot 0 boards, 162
slot 1 boards, 162
platform
Index 238
empty slots, 159
fan trays, 160
info, 157
power supplies, 160
slot 0 boards, 158
slot 1 boards, 158
reset
domain, 200
set up or change ACL
domain, 199
show status
domain, 200
platform, 188
SMS commands supported, 182
test board
domain, 195
port numbers
agent, 18, 24, 31, 39, 66
cautions, 25, 34
defaults, 5
domains, 25
server host, 39
trap agent, 39
verify, 62
power off
board
from domain, 221
from SC
domain, 194
platform, 187
peripheral
from SC
platform, 187
power on
board
from domain, 220
from SC
domain, 193
platform, 187
peripheral
from SC
platform, 187
power supplies, properties, 101, 160
prerequisites, xxiii, 182, 203
preserving data, 40
processor, properties
domain, 136
platform, 113
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system controller, 149
R
reconfiguring
domains, 41
platform, 39
preserving data, 40
server, 40
system controllers, 39
reinstalling
Sun Fire 15K/12K add-on packages, 38
Sun Management Center software, 38
System Management Services software, 39
requirements
minimum disk space for packages, 4
minimum memory for server, 4
network port configuration, 5
software versions, 5
reset domain, 200
S
SC Config Reader
alarm rules, 153
board voltage (cpBrdVolt), 153
CPU
status (cpCPUStatus), 154
temperature (cpCPUTemp), 154
error count
disk (cpDskErrCnt), 155
tape (cpTpeErrCnt), 155
icon, 147
properties, 147
CP 1500 board, 148
disk device, 151
memory module, 150
network interface, 152
PCI device, 150
processor, 149
system, 148
tape device, 152
SC daemon process, properties, 177
SC Monitoring
alarm rule
process down (rDownProc), 178
icon, 176
properties
SC daemon process, 177
SMS daemons monitored, 176
SC Status
alarm rule
SC status (rscstatus), 180
icon, 179
properties, 180
script
cautions, 3
installation (es-inst), 3
questions, 13
setup (es-setup), 3, 39
SCSI components, properties
dynamic attachment points, 175
SCSI, properties
attachment points, 169
server
choosing, 4
host name, 24, 31, 41
installing, 13
minimum memory, 4
reconfiguring, 40
setting up, 16
starting, 42
stopping, 40, 43
setup
ACL, 199
cautions, 17, 30
common network location, 37
domains, 23
illustration, 6
other Sun Fire platforms, 19, 25, 32
questions, 13
script, 3, 39
server, 16
summary, 6
system controller server add-on module, 19
system controllers, 30
workstations, 37
show status
domain DR, 222
PDSM
domain, 200
platform, 188
slot 0 boards, properties
domain, 162
Index 239
platform, 158
slot 1 boards, properties
domain, 162
platform, 158
slot, definition, 208
software versions, required, 5
starting software, 41
console, 42
domains, 42
server, 42
system controllers, 42
stopping software, 43
before installation, 12
console, 44
domains, 40, 43
server, 40, 43
system controllers, 40, 44
stops
domain (dstop), 66
record (rstop), 66
superuser access, 48
system controllers
agents, 6
daemon processes, 177
hardware summary, 81
installing, 26
installing CP 1500 drivers, 34
logical view, 85
peripheral, properties, 99
physical view, 82
properties, 97
reconfiguring, 39
setting up, 30
setting up server add-on module, 19
spare, 33
status, 180
system, properties
domain, 131
platform, 91
system controller, 148
T
tape devices, properties
domain, 141
system controller, 152
Index 240
temperatures
alarm rules
platform, 120
system controller, 154
Celsius, 91
threshold values, 154
test board
from domain, 221
from SC, 195
U
unassign board, from domain, 211
unconfigure, from domain
board, 218
component, 218
memory, 219
uninstalling software, 38
unmounting
remote CD-ROM drive, 12
V
view
domains, access, 55
logical, 69
physical, 68
platform, access, 55
voltage
alarm rule
platform, 121
system controller, 153
caution, 153
W
WCI, properties, 142
Web interface, 44
WPCI board, properties
domain, 133
domain DR, 167
platform, 106
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