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2.4.2 System Locator

2.4.2 System Locator
The field engineer or system administrator can identify which SPARC M12-2/M12-2S needs maintenance, by looking at the CHECK LED (A in Figure 2-10) on the rear of the SPARC M12-2/M12-2S. The CHECK LED is called the system locator and has the same function as CHECK on the OPNL.
Note that it is also used as the CHECK LED of the CMUL.
If this LED is on, check the operation status and error information of the corresponding SPARC M12-2/M12-2S to determine whether it is on as a system locator indication or to indicate a CMUL error.
Figure 2-10  Location of the System Locator
Figure 2-10  Location of the System Locator
Table 2-15  Status of the System Locator
Icon Name Color Description
check CHECK Amber Indicates the operation status of the SPARC M12-2/M12-2S.
- On: Hardware has detected an error.

- Off: The target SPARC M12-2/M12-2S is operating normally. Or no power is being supplied.

- Blinking: SPARC M12-2/M12-2S specified when the XSCF command instructing the blinking was executed. This (locator) is used to identify the location of the SPARC M12-2/M12-2S requiring maintenance.