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C.3.4 Pages for Maintaining the Server


C.3.4 Pages for Maintaining the Server
Network Connection Information
Table C-40 lists the functions provided to display network connection information. Select [Maintenance] - [Network Tools]. When selected, [Ping], [Traceroute], and [Nslookup] menus display the host response, network path to the host, and host name information, respectively.
Table C-40  Network Connection Information Display
Item Overview Relevant Command
Host response display Displays the network response status between the XSCF and the specified host. ping(8) 
Network path display Displays information on the network path to the specified host or network device. traceroute(8)
Host name information display Displays information on the specified host name. nslookup(8)
XSCF Settings Information Saving/Restoration
Table C-41 lists the function provided to save/restore XSCF settings information. Select [Maintenance] - [Configuration Management].
Table C-41  XSCF settings information saving/restoration
Item Overview Relevant Command
Setting information saving/restoration XSCF settings information or CPU Activation keys are saved/restored.
The XSCF is rebooted when the information is saved/restored with the [Run] button. Log in again.
dumpconfig(8)
restoreconfig(8)
dumpcodactivation(8)
restorecodactivation(8)
Firmware Update
Table C-42 lists the functions provided to update the XCP firmware. Select [Maintenance] - [Firmware Update].
Table C-42   Firmware Update
Item Overview Relevant Command
Version display Displays the following firmware versions:
- XCP version

- XSCF firmware version

- CMU firmware version

- PCI expansion unit firmware version
version(8)
XCP import Specifies the following firmware files to import firmware onto the server:
- XCP firmware file

- PCI expansion unit firmware file
getflashimage(8)
Firmware update Performs an XCP update. (*1)
At this time, the XSCF is rebooted, so log in to the XSCF again.
flashupdate(8)
Version matching (for systems with multiple XSCFs) Matches the XCP firmware versions in a system with multiple XSCFs.
Use this function after XSCF unit, CMU, chassis, or other replacement.
flashupdate(8)
*1 The PCI expansion unit is updated from the page for the provided functions shown in Table C-37‌.
XSCF Reboot
Table C-43 lists the functions provided to reboot the XSCF. Select [Maintenance] - [Reboot XSCF].
Table C-43  XSCF Reboot
Item Overview Relevant Command
XSCF reboot Reboot the local XSCF. rebootxscf(8)
Target XSCF reboot (for systems with multiple XSCFs) Specifies the BB-ID of the chassis with the mounted XSCF to reboot the XSCF.
- All chassis

- Specified chassis
showbbstatus(8)
rebootxscf(8)
XSCF Switching
Table C-44 lists the function provided to switch between XSCFs in a system with multiple XSCFs. Select [Maintenance] - [Switch Over].
Table C-44  XSCF Switching
Item Overview Relevant Command
XSCF switching (for systems with multiple XSCFs)
Switches the XSCF from the master to standby or from the standby to master. switchscf(8)
Server Information Saving
Table C-45 lists the function provided to collect server information and analyze/solve system problems. Select [Maintenance] - [Switch Over].
Table C-45  Server Information Saving
Item Overview Relevant Command
Server information saving/
target chassis information saving (for systems with multiple XSCFs)
Specifies the target BB-ID for collecting data such as the server configuration, common system logs, and individual chassis logs, and saves the data to a file.
- All chassis

- Specified chassis
snapshot(8)
Note - In the systems with multiple XSCFs, you can save server information from the page displayed after login to the standby XSCF.
ASR Function Settings
Table C-46   ASR Function Settings
Item Overview Relevant Command
Enabling/Disabling ASR function (service tag) (*1) Displays/Sets whether the service tag is enabled or disabled. showservicetag(8)
setservicetag(8)
Alive test Generates pseudo errors in Ops Center and the ASR manager, or checks whether they are alive.  
*1 The ASR function is a remote maintenance service that uses the Oracle Auto Service Request software provided by Oracle Corporation. For details of the ASR function, see the Oracle Auto Service Request Installation and Operations Guide for the version of the software that you are using.