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Existing XCP Firmware Versions and Support Information


Existing XCP Firmware Versions and Support Information
The following table lists the XCP firmware versions that have been released for the SPARC M10 systems, as well as the main support and update information for each version.
Table 1-12  Existing XCP Firmware Versions and Support Information
XCP Version Main Support Information CMU Version
XCP 2410
- Improvement of XCP firmware defects

- Addition of Microsoft Edge as a supported Web browser
02.40.0000
XCP 2400
- Improvement of XCP firmware defects

- Security fixes
02.40.0000
XCP 2362 Improvement of XCP firmware defects 02.36.0002
XCP 2361 Security fixes 02.36.0000
XCP 2360 Addition of error log entries for power supply unit (PSU) failures 02.36.0000
XCP 2353 Addition of Java support information for remote storage 02.35.0002
XCP 2352
- Security fixes

- Support of the sethwproperty(8) and showhwproperty(8) commands
02.35.0002
XCP 2351 Security fixes 02.35.0001
XCP 2350 Support of the function for checking the time before starting a physical partition 02.35.0000
XCP 2340 Improvement when the OpenBoot PROM security mode is enabled  02.34.0000
XCP 2332 Improvement of XCP firmware defects 02.33.0000
XCP 2330 Support for CPU Activation Interim Permit in the SPARC M10-4S 02.33.0000
XCP 2322  Improvement of XCP firmware defects 02.32.0002
XCP 2321 Improvement of XCP firmware defects 02.32.0001
XCP 2320
- Support for CPU Activation Interim Permit
02.32.0000
 
- Support for the verified boot for the network boot
 
 
- Improvement of logs when a file system error occurs
 
XCP 2290
- Support for the SPARC64 X+ processor (2.8 GHz) in the SPARC M10-1

- Support for enabling/disabling the IPMI service when using the remote power management function

- Support for the deferred dump function
02.29.0000
XCP 2280
- Support for live migration of Oracle Solaris kernel zones
02.28.0000
 
- Support for the verified boot of the guest domain
 
XCP 2271 Support for Virtual SCSI Host Bus Adapter (vHBA) function 02.27.0001
XCP 2260
- Support for remote storage

- Support for addition/deletion specification when configuring CPU Activation

- Support for the function to reduce fan noise

- Support for performance register access control feature provided by Oracle VM Server for SPARC 3.2
02.26.0000
XCP 2250
- Support for SPARC64 X+ processor (3.7 GHz) in SPARC M10-1/M10-4

- Support for the verified boot
02.25.0000
XCP 2240
- Support for the DNS round-robin for the host name of the NTP server

- Support for 1984 LDC endpoints per guest domain

- Support for Dynamic PCIe bus assignment provided with Oracle VM Server for SPARC 3.2
02.24.0000
XCP 2232 Security fixes 02.23.0001
XCP 2231 Security fixes 02.23.0001
XCP 2230
- Support for Internet Explorer 10 and 11 in XSCF Web

- Support for Extensible Firmware Interface GUID Partition Table (EFI GPT) labels

- Support for recovery mode provided by Oracle VM Server for SPARC 3.1

- Support for the function for dynamically reconfiguring PCIe endpoint devices through combination with Oracle VM Server for SPARC

- Support for Oracle Solaris kernel zones
02.23.0000
XCP 2221 Improvement of XCP firmware defects 02.22.0000
XCP 2220
- Support of the dynamic reconfiguration (DR) function of the system board in a physical partition (PPAR)

- Support for XSCF startup mode function (SPARC M10-1)
02.22.0000
XCP 2210
- Support for SPARC64 X+ processors

- Support for CPU operational mode, which specifies how a CPU should operate

- Enable the factory default configuration for the feature of dynamic reconfiguration of physical partitions (PPAR DR).

- The LDAP, Active Directory, LDAP over SSL features have been supported for the XSCF user account

- The SR-IOV feature in combination with Oracle VM Server for SPARC is supported

- The "no-io" feature when configuring physical partitions is supported
02.21.0000
XCP 2092 Improvement of XCP firmware defects 02.09.0000
XCP 2091 Improvement of XCP firmware defects 02.09.0000
XCP 2090
- Support of 64 GB memory

- Support of multiple specifications of the port and community string for the Trap host of the SNMP agent function

- Support for automatic XCP firmware version synchronization between chassis when maintenance is done in the off state of the input power supply

- Support for the XSCF Web menu used to display/set the OpenBoot PROM environment variables of a physical partition
02.09.0000
XCP 2080
- Support of the Auto Service Request (ASR) function

- Support for the XSCF Web menu used to display physical partition resource information
02.08.0000
XCP 2070 Improvement of XCP firmware defects 02.07.0000
XCP 2052
- Support of the AES algorithm encryption function for the SNMP agent function

- Support of different memories in the chassis
02.05.0002
XCP 2051 Improvement of XCP firmware defects 02.05.0001
XCP 2050 Support of the direct I/O function for the PCI expansion unit (SPARC M10-4S) 02.05.0000
XCP 2044 Support of the direct I/O function for the PCI expansion unit (SPARC M10-1/M10-4) 02.04.0004
XCP 2042 Support of the crossbar box (configuration of up to 16 BB)  02.04.0001
XCP 2041 Support of the PCI expansion unit 02.04.0001
XCP 2032 Improvements related to the Oracle VM Server for SPARC software 02.03.0001
XCP 2031 Support of SPARC M10-4S (configuration of up to 4 BB) 02.03.0001
XCP 2013 Improvement of XCP firmware defects 02.01.0003
XCP 2012 Support of SPARC M10-1/M10-4 02.01.0002
 
Note - The XSCF firmware and CMU firmware versions in XCP can be checked with the version -c xcp -v command.
When the CMU firmware version is updated, power off the physical partition and then power it on again to complete the CMU firmware update. For details on the firmware update, see "Chapter 16  Updating the XCP Firmware" in the Fujitsu SPARC M12 and Fujitsu M10/SPARC M10 System Operation and Administration Guide.
Note - The CMU firmware version may differ with the XCP version.
For example, in XCP 2042, the XSCF version is 02.04.0002, whereas the CMU version is 02.04.0001.