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C.3.3 Pages for Configuring the Server


C.3.3 Pages for Configuring the Server
XSCF Network Settings
Table C-16 lists the functions provided to configure an XSCF network. Select [Menu] - [Setting] - [Network] - [Current]. Alternatively, select [Menu] - [Setting] - [Network] - [Reserve]. The network settings are accessible from either the [Current] or [Reserve] menu. The [Current] menu displays information on the XSCF network currently in operation. You can check the set information from the [Reserve] menu.

After the network is configured with the [Current] menu, there is an automatic transition to the [Reserve] menu. After you configure the network, reflect the settings by clicking [Apply] on the [Reserve] menu and then the [Reboot] button.
Table C-16  XSCF Network Settings
Menu Item Overview Relevant Command
[Current] XSCF network information/status display,
XSCF network settings
Displays the information and status of the XSCF network currently in operation.
The function also sets each host name, domain name, IP address, and net mask of the XSCF network interfaces, and whether to enable or disable them.
You can configure the network by clicking the [Edit] button to change to the [Reserve] menu. You can check the set information with the [Reserve] menu.
shownetwork(8)
showhostname(8)
Route display/setting Displays the current routes. The function also sets routes.
You can set a route by clicking the [Edit] button to change to the [Reserve] menu. You can check the set information with the [Reserve] menu.
shownameserver(8)
setnameserver(8) 
DNS display/setting Displays the current name servers and search paths. The function also sets name servers and search paths.
You can configure the DNS by clicking the [Edit] button to change to the [Reserve] menu. You can check the set information with the [Reserve] menu.
shownameserver(8)
setnameserver(8) 
[Reserve] XSCF network setting information display,
XSCF network settings
Displays XSCF network setting information.
The function also sets each host name, domain name, IP address, and net mask of the XSCF network interfaces, and whether to enable or disable them.
You can display the information currently used for operation by clicking the [Current Status] button to change to the [Current] menu.

applynetwork(8)
setnetwork(8)
sethostname(8)
Route setting information display/route setting Displays routing setting information.
The function also sets routes.
You can display the information currently used for operation by clicking the [Current Status] button to change to the [Current] menu.
applynetwork(8)
setroute(8)
DNS setting information display/DNS setting Displays name server and search path setting information.
The function also sets name servers and search paths.
You can display the information currently used for operation by clicking the [Current Status] button to change to the [Current] menu.
applynetwork(8)
setnameserver(8)
Reflecting network settings Displays/Reflects network settings.
After the settings are saved, an XSCF reboot is needed to complete the process.
applynetwork(8)
rebootxscf(8)
Note - SSCP link addresses cannot be set/displayed from XSCF Web. Use the setsscp and showsscp commands to set/display the addresses.
Note - IP packet filtering rules cannot be set/displayed from XSCF Web. Use the setpacketfilters and showpacketfilters commands to set/display the filtering rules.
Individual Service Function Settings
Table C-17 lists the functions provided to enable/disable individual service functions. Select [Settings] - [Service] - [Service State].
Table C-17  Individual Service Function Enable/Disable Setting
Item Overview Relevant Command
Service function status display
Enable/Disable setting
Displays the status of the following service functions in a list. The function also enables/disables the service functions.
- HTTPS service

- SNMPv3 service

- SSH service

- Telnet service

- NTP server service

Setting enable/disable for the SNMPv3 service results in the display changing to the SNMP setting menu, where you can configure the SNMP agent.
Also, by selecting the NTP server service, you can enable/disable the operation of the XSCF as an NTP server.
showhttps(8)
sethttps(8)
showsnmp(8)
setsnmp(8)
showssh(8)
setssh(8)
showtelnet(8)
settelnet(8)
showntp(8)
setntp(8)
Table C-18 lists the function provided to enable/disable the HTTP service function. Select [Settings] - [Service] - [HTTPS].
Table C-18  HTTP Service Function Enable/Disable Setting
Item Overview Relevant Command
HTTP service enable/disable setting Displays whether the HTTPS service is enabled or disabled, or enables/disables the service. showhttps(8)
sethttps(8)
Note - XSCF Web cannot be used when the HTTPS service is disabled. To enable the HTTPS service, use the sethttps command.
Table C-19 lists the function provided to enable/disable the SSH service function. Select [Settings] - [Service] - [SSH].
Table C-19  SSH Service Function Enable/Disable Setting
Item Overview Relevant Command
SSH service enable/disable setting Displays whether the SSH service is enabled or disabled, or enables/disables the service. showssh(8)
setssh(8)
Note - XSCF Web does not support host key generation, user public key registration/deletion, and XSCF shell timeout setting. Use the showssh and setssh commands for these functions to make settings.
Table C-20 lists the function provided to enable/disable the Telnet service function. Select [Settings] - [Service] - [Telnet].
Table C-20  Telnet Service Function Enable/Disable Setting
Item Overview Relevant Command
Telnet service enable/disable setting Displays whether the Telnet service is enabled or disabled, or enables/disables the service. showtelnet(8)
settelnet(8)
Table C-21 lists the functions provided to configure the XSCF NTP service function. Select [Settings] - [Service] - [NTP].
Table C-21  NTP Service Function Settings
Item Overview Relevant Command
NTP server enable/disable display/setting Displays/Sets whether XSCF operation as an NTP server is enabled or disabled. showntp(8)
setntp(8)
NTP client enable/disable display/setting Displays/Sets whether XSCF operation as an NTP client is enabled or disabled.
NTP server settings Displays/Sets the following items for the NTP server settings used by the XSCF network:
- NTP server (up to 3)

- Priority server (prefer)

- stratum value

- To complete the local clock address setting of the XSCF itself, an XSCF reboot is needed.

An XSCF reboot is needed to complete the setting process.
Table C-22 lists the function provided to configure the XSCF SMTP service function. Select [Settings] - [Service] - [SMTP].
Table C-22  SMTP Service Function Settings
Item Overview Relevant Command
SMTP server display/setting Displays/Sets the SMTP server address, authentication algorithm, POP server address, destination e-mail address for error e-mails, and other SMTP server information. showsmtp(8)
setsmtp(8)
Table C-23 lists the functions provided to configure the XSCF SNMP agent function. Select [Settings] - [Service] - [SNMP].
Table C-23  SNMP Agent Function Settings
Item Overview Relevant Command
SNMPv3 agent display/setting Displays/Sets whether the SNMPv3 agent is enabled or disabled. 
The function also displays/sets an MIB definition file and system management information, etc.
showsnmp(8)
setsnmp(8)
SNMPv1/v2c agent display/setting Displays/Sets whether the SNMPv1/v2c agent is enabled or disabled.
The function also displays/sets community strings.
Trap host display/setting Displays the SNMPv1/v2c and SNMPv3 trap hosts in a list.
The function also displays/sets trap destination host names, port numbers, and other host information.
Table C-24 lists the functions provided to configure the security function for SNMPv3. Select [Settings] - [Service] - [SNMP Security].
Table C-24  SNMP Security Function Settings
Item Overview Relevant Command
USM management information display/setting Displays/Sets USM management information such as the user authentication algorithm.
For details of USM management information, see Table 10-5.
showsnmpusm(8)
setsnmpusm(8)
SNMPv1/v2c agent display/setting Displays/Sets VACM management information such as access control groups and access control views.
For details of VACM management information, see Table 10-5.
showsnmpvacm(8)
setsnmpvacm(8)
User Account Settings
Table C-25 lists the functions provided to configure XSCF local user accounts. Select [Settings] - [User Manage] - [Account].
Table C-25  User Account Settings
Item Overview Relevant Command
User account information display Displays the information and status of the currently registered user accounts. useradm privilege is required. showuser(8) 
User account addition/deletion Adds/Deletes user accounts.
useradm privilege is required.
adduser(8)
deleteuser(8)
User account enabling/disabling Disables currently registered user accounts, and enables them again. useradm privilege is required. disableuser(8)
enableuser(8)
User account information display/change Displays information on the specified user account, and changes the password, user privileges, and password policy.
useradm privilege is required.
showuser(8)
password(8)
setprivileges(8)
Local user account information display/password change With any privilege other than useradm, you can display information on a local user account and change the password. showuser(8)
password(8)
System password policy display/setting Displays the current system password policy. The function also sets the system password policy to be applied later. showpasswordpolicy(8)
setpasswordpolicy(8)
Note - XSCF Web does not support the lockout function, which locks out a user account after three successive login failures. Use the setloginlockout and showloginlockout commands for the XSCF shell lockout function.
LDAP Service Settings
Table C-26 lists the functions provided to configure an LDAP client. Select [Settings] - [User Manage] - [LDAP].
Table C-26  LDAP Service Settings
Item Overview Relevant Command
LDAP server display/registration Displays/Registers an LDAP server with the XSCF configured as an LDAP client. showldap(8) 
setldap(8)
Certificate display/import Displays/Imports the LDAP server certificate.  
LDAP over SSL Service Settings
Table C-27 lists the functions provided to configure an LDAP over SSL client. Select [Settings] - [User Manage] - [LDAP/SSL].
Table C-27  LDAP over SSL Service Settings
Item Overview Relevant Command
LDAP over SSL server display/registration Displays/Registers an LDAP over SSL server with the XSCF configured as an LDAP over SSL client. showldapssl(8) 
setldapssl(8)
usermap display/setting Displays/Sets usermap.  
Certificate display/setting Displays/Loads/Deletes the LDAP over SSL server certificates.  
defaultrole display/setting Displays/Sets the user privilege used by all users that are authenticated via LDAP over SSL.  
Alternate server display/setting Displays/Sets up to five alternate LDAP over SSL servers.  
Group display/setting Displays/Sets the administrator group, operator group, and customer group.  
User domain display/setting Displays/Sets up to five user domains.  
Active Directory Service Settings
Table C-28 lists the functions provided to configure an Active Directory client. Select [Settings] - [User Manage] - [Active Directory].
 
Table C-28  Active Directory Service Settings
Item Overview Relevant Command
Active Directory server display/setting Enables/Disables Active Directory with the XSCF configured as an Active Directory client. Displays/Sets the server, mode, timeout time, log, default settings, etc. showad(8)
setad(8)
Certificate display/setting Displays/Loads/Deletes the Active Directory server certificates.  
defaultrole display/setting Displays/Sets the user privileges used by all users that are authenticated via Active Directory.  
Alternate server display/setting Displays/Sets up to five alternate Active Directory servers, and displays/loads/deletes the server certificates.  
Group display/setting Displays/Sets the administrator group, operator group, and customer group.  
User domain display/setting Displays/Sets up to five user domains.  
DNS locator query display/setting Displays/Sets up to five DNS locator queries.  
Auto Logout Setting
Table C-29 lists the function provided to set the XSCF Web session timeout (auto logout) time. Select [Settings] - [Autologout] - [Account]. With the auto logout time (minutes) set, users who are logged in to XSCF Web but have not accessed it for a specific duration are automatically logged out from the XSCF.
Table C-29  Auto Logout Setting
Item Overview Relevant Command
Auto logout time display/setting Displays the currently set auto logout time (minutes) or sets an auto logout time.
The default value is 10 minutes. You can specify a value in a range of 1 to 255.
This is supported only on XSCF Web.
Note - XSCF Web does not support the XSCF shell session timeout time setting. Use the showautologout and setautologout commands.
CPU Activation Setting
Table C-30 lists the functions provided to set a CPU Activation. Select [Settings] - [CoD Reservation].
Table C-30  CPU Activation Setting
Item Overview Relevant Command
Usage of CPU core resources Displays the usage of CPU core resources. The pattern of display is as follows:
- Resource (CPU)

- Individual PPARs
showcodusage(8)
CPU Activation assignment display/setting Displays the CPU Activation assignment status for each PPAR. The function also specifies a PPAR to increase or decrease the number of CPU Activations for resources. showcod(8)
setcod(8)

Table C-31 lists the functions provided to register a CPU Activation key. Select [Settings] - [CoD Activation].
Table C-31  CPU Activation Key Registration
Item Overview Relevant Command
CPU Activation key information display/setting Displays the currently registered CPU Activation key information. showcodactivation(8)
CPU Activation key addition/deletion Adds/Deletes CPU Activation keys. addcodactivation(8)
deletecodactivation(8)
CPU Activation key registration history Displays history information about adding and deleting CPU Activation keys. showcodactivationhistory(8)
Audit Settings
Table C-32 lists the functions provided to configure XSCF auditing. Select [Settings] - [Audit].
Table C-32  Audit Settings
Item Overview Relevant Command
Audit log (audit trail) usage status/data archiving/data deletion Displays the use capacity of an audit log. The function also archives an audit log (*1) and deletes secondary files. showaudit(8)
setaudit(8)
Auditing enabling/disabling Displays/Sets whether auditing is enabled or disabled.
Audit policy display/setting Displays/Sets the policy applied when the audit log reaches the full capacity (*2), the warning threshold for the local audit log amount (%), and the warning e-mail destination address.
Global user policy display/setting Specifies whether to enable/disable the global user policy.
User audit record generation policy display/addition/change Displays the user-specific audit record generation policies (audit record generation enabled/disabled) in a list.
The function also adds audit record generation policies for users. The global user policy is disabled for these users with the added policies.
The audit record generation policy is enabled/disabled by the specified user, who specifies whether to enable the global user policy.
Audit event/audit class display/setting Displays audit events and audit classes. The function also specifies whether to enable or disable audit events and audit classes.
*1 Audit log archiving is not currently supported.
*2 When an audit log reaches full capacity, only the default audit policy "count," which discards audit records, is currently supported. Therefore, do not specify "suspend."
E-mail Settings
Table C-33 lists the function provided for making XSCF e-mail settings. Select [Settings] - [Email Reporting].
Table C-33  E-mail Settings
Item Overview Relevant Command
E-mail notification function display/setting Displays/Sets e-mail notification function setting information. The function enables/disables the e-mail notification function and displays/sets the destination e-mail address for notification sent to the system administrator. showemailreport(8)
setemailreport(8)
Time Settings
Table C-34 lists the function provided to set the system time and time zone. Select [Settings] - [Time].
Table C-34  Time Settings
Item Overview Relevant Command
System time display/setting Displays/Sets the current system time and time zone. After a setting is made, the XSCF is rebooted. Log in again.
If the system time is synchronized with an NTP server, the time cannot be set.
showdate(8)
setdate(8)
showtimezone(8)
settimezone(8)
Note - Daylight saving time cannot be set from XSCF Web. Use the showtimezone and settimezone commands to set it.
Power Consumption Settings
Table C-35 lists the function provided to set a limit on system power consumption. Select [Settings] - [Power Capping].
Table C-35  Power Consumption Settings
Item Overview Relevant Command
Power consumption limit display/setting Displays the setting for limiting power consumption. The function also enables/disables the limit and sets the upper limit value of power consumption, etc. showpowercapping(8)
setpowercapping(8)
Power Schedule Setting
Table C-36 lists the functions provided to set a power schedule. Select [Settings] - [Power Schedule].
Table C-36  Power Schedule Setting
Item Overview Relevant Command
Power schedule setting status display Displays the status of PPAR power schedules in a list. showpowerschedule(8)
Power schedule setting Sets a power schedule. The function enables/disables schedules and makes other settings for the following targets:
- Individual PPARs

- All PPARs
setpowerschedule(8)
Power schedule information display Displays the next power-on and power-off times by PPAR. showpowerschedule(8)
Detailed power schedule information Displays/Sets the details of power schedule information.
The function displays/adds/changes/deletes schedules for the following targets:
- Individual PPARs

- All PPARs
showpowerschedule(8)
setpowerschedule(8)
addpowerschedule(8)
deletepowerschedule(8)
Device Settings
Table C-37 lists the functions provided to set PCI expansion unit information and information about the cards connected to the servers. Select [Settings] - [Add-In Card Manager].
Table C-37  PCI Expansion Unit Information Setting
Item Overview Relevant Command
Card/PCI expansion unit sensor information display The function displays the sensor information in a list for the following targets:
- PCI card (connected to the server)

- PCI expansion unit

- FRU in the PCI expansion unit
ioxadm(8)
Device information display/power setting Displays device information about PCI cards, the PCI expansion unit, and link cards in a list.
The function also gives power-off/on instructions for the power supply units in the PCI expansion unit.
Monitoring component initialization Initializes the monitoring components of the PCI expansion unit.
Firmware update Checks, registers, and updates the PCI expansion unit and link card firmware.
PCI expansion unit LED state display/setting Displays/Sets the locator LED states of FRUs in the PCI expansion unit.
Note - If both of the power supply units in the PCI expansion unit are powered off, the PCI expansion unit can no longer be powered on from XSCF Web or the XSCF shell. To power it on again in such cases, you need to press the physical POWER button.
Setting of the Direct I/O Function of the PCI Expansion Unit
Table C-38 lists the function provided to configure the direct I/O function of the PCI expansion unit. Select [Settings] - [PCIBOX DIO].
Table C-38  Setting of the Direct I/O Function of the PCI Expansion Unit
Item Overview Relevant Command
Enabling/Disabling direct I/O function Displays/Sets whether the direct I/O function of the PCI expansion unit is enabled or disabled for each PCI slot of the SPARC M12/M10. showpciboxdio(8)
setpciboxdio(8)
Remote Storage Settings
Table C-39 lists the functions provided to configure remote storage. Select [Settings] - [Remote Storage].
Table C-39  Remote Storage Settings
Item Overview Relevant Command
Remote Storage Server start (*1) Start the Java Runtime Environment to start the Remote Storage Server. None
Remote storage connection status display/setting Displays the remote storage connection information in a list.
- XSCF-LAN interface

- XSCF-LAN, IP address, net mask, gateway

- Connection status/IP address of system management terminal

Also, select the XSCF-LAN interface, and connect to media/disconnect media/specify an IP address/configure a slave XSCF for the system management terminal.
setremotestorage(8)
showremotestorage(8)
*1 None of the XSCF shell commands is a command that starts XSCF Remote Storage Server. However, you can start XSCF Remote Storage Server with the Java command from a terminal.
For details, see "Before Using Remote Storage" in "4.6.9  Flow for Using Remote Storage."