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[A]

Active Directory, XSCF user account, managing

3.5.13 Managing XSCF User Accounts Using Active Directory

Alive check

10.4.1 Understanding the Mechanism of the Host Watchdog Function/Alive Check

auditing

3.10 Configuring Auditing to Strengthen XSCF Security

available pages

C.3 Available Pages

[B]

boot device, specifying

Appendix I How to Specify the Boot Device

built-in storage, device path of

I.1 Device Path of the Internal Storage

[C]

component, setting up a redundant configuration

10.9 Setting Up a Redundant Component Configuration

console, switching

8.3 Switching to the Control Domain Console From the XSCF Shell

8.4 Returning to the XSCF Shell From the Control Domain Console

CPU Activation

Chapter 5 CPU Activation

5.1 Basic Concepts of CPU Activation

CPU Activation errors

5.8 Troubleshooting CPU Activation Errors

CPU Activation information

5.6 Displaying CPU Activation Information

8.8 Checking CPU Activation Information

CPU Activation Interim Permit

Appendix K CPU Activation Interim Permit

K.1 What is the CPU Activation Interim Permit?

K.2 Terms of Use of the CPU Activation Interim Permit and Precautions

K.4 Flows and Procedures for Using a CPU Activation Interim Permit

CPU Activation Interim Permit, event notification of

K.5 Event Notification of the CPU Activation Interim Permit

CPU Activation Interim Permit, notes on

K.6 Other Important Notes

CPU Activation Interim Permit, related commands of

K.3 Related Commands

CPU Activation key

5.2 CPU Activation Key

CPU Activation keys, restoring

5.7 Saving/Restoring CPU Activation Keys

CPU Activation keys, saving

5.7 Saving/Restoring CPU Activation Keys

CPU activation support

E.2 CPU Activation Support

CPU Activation, important notes about

5.9 Important Notes about CPU Activation

CPU core resources, adding

5.3 Adding CPU Core Resources

CPU core resources, deleting

5.4 Deleting CPU Core Resources

CPU core resources, moving

5.5 Moving CPU Core Resources

CPU operational mode

7.2.1 CPU Mounted on a Physical Partition and CPU Operational Mode

CPU socket constraints

8.14.1 Overview of CPU Socket Constraints

E.7 CPU Socket Restrictions

crash dump file

10.19 Collecting a Crash Dump File Using Deferred Dump

[D]

daylight saving time

3.6.5 Setting Daylight Saving Time

deferred dump

10.19 Collecting a Crash Dump File Using Deferred Dump

degradation mechanism

10.5 Understanding the Failure Degradation Mechanism

disk slot

B.4 Identifying Disk Slot

domain console logging function

8.10 Domain Console Logging Function

E.6 Domain Console Logging Function

dual power feed

4.3 Enabling/Disabling Dual Power Feed

DVD drive aliases

Appendix J Lists of DVD Drive Aliases

DVD drive, connecting

4.5 Connecting a DVD Drive

dynamic reconfiguration policy

8.15 Setting the Physical Partition Dynamic Reconfiguration Policy

[E]

E-mail notification function

10.2 Receiving Notification by E-mail When a Failure Occurs

extended MIB

10.3.3 Basics of a MIB Definition File

D.3 Extended MIB

external DVD drive aliases

J.1 External DVD Drive Aliases

[F]

failed CPUs, automatic replacement of

E.4 Automatic Replacement of Failed CPUs

failed hardware resources, checking

10.6 Checking Failed Hardware Resources

failed resources, checking

E.3 Checking Failed Resources

FAQ

18.3 Frequently Asked Questions / FAQ

FCode utility

14.2 Configuring Hardware RAID

firmware update

16.1 Basics of Firmware Update

16.2 Before Updating Firmware

16.3 Update Flow

16.6 Updating Firmware From XSCF Web

16.9 FAQ Relating to Firmware Update

firmware update, trouble during

16.8 Trouble During Firmware Update

firmware version matching

16.7 Firmware Version Matching with Parts Addition/Replacement

firmware, updating

16.5 Updating Firmware

[H]

hard disk, contents, restoring

10.14 Saving/Restoring the Contents of a Hard Disk

hard disk, contents, saving

10.14 Saving/Restoring the Contents of a Hard Disk

hardware RAID

14.2 Configuring Hardware RAID

hardware RAID volume

F.2 Displaying the Information of a Hardware RAID Volume

F.3 Adding a Hardware RAID Volume

hardware RAID volume, configuration status of

F.4 Displaying the Configuration Status of a Hardware RAID Volume

hardware RAID volume, deleting

F.7 Deleting a Hardware RAID Volume

hardware RAID volume, faulty disk drive of

F.8 Identifying the Faulty Disk Drive of a Hardware RAID Volume

hardware RAID volume, hot spare of

F.5 Creating a Hot Spare of a Hardware RAID Volume

F.6 Deleting a Hot Spare of a Hardware RAID Volume

Host watchdog

10.4.1 Understanding the Mechanism of the Host Watchdog Function/Alive Check

HTTPS service

3.8 Configuring the HTTPS Service for Login to the XSCF

Hypervisor

1.4 Basics of Hypervisor

Hypervisor dump

8.13.1 Basics of Hypervisor Dump

E.5 Hypervisor Dump

Hypervisor dump file

8.13 Collecting a Hypervisor Dump File

[I]

iSCSI, using

14.5 Using iSCSI

[L]

LDAP over SSL, XSCF user account, managing

3.5.14 Managing XSCF User Accounts Using LDAP over SSL

LDAP service, using

14.3 Using the LDAP Service

LDAP, XSCF user account, managing

3.5.12 Managing XSCF User Accounts Using LDAP

Locked mode

Chapter 13 Switching to Locked Mode/Service Mode

13.1 Understanding the Differences Between Locked Mode and Service Mode

log, checking

Chapter 12 Checking Logs and Messages

logging in

Chapter 2 Logging In/Out of the XSCF

logging in (XSCF shell)

2.2 Logging In to the XSCF Shell

logging in (XSCF Web)

2.4 Logging In to XSCF Web

logging out (XSCF shell)

2.3 Logging Out from the XSCF Shell

logging out (XSCF Web)

2.5 Logging Out From XSCF Web

logical domain configuration information, restoring (XML)

10.12 Saving/Restoring Logical Domain Configuration Information in an XML File

logical domain configuration information, restoring (XSCF)

10.11 Saving/Restoring Logical Domain Configuration Information in the XSCF

logical domain configuration information, saving (XML)

10.12 Saving/Restoring Logical Domain Configuration Information in an XML File

logical domain configuration information, saving (XSCF)

10.11 Saving/Restoring Logical Domain Configuration Information in the XSCF

logical domain resources, managing

8.14 Managing Logical Domain Resources Associated with CPU Sockets

logical domain time

8.12 Setting the Logical Domain Time

logical domain, configuration change

8.11 Changing the Configuration of a Logical Domain

logical domain, configuring

8.1 Configuring a Logical Domain

logical domain, maximum page size

8.16 Setting the Maximum Page Size of a Logical Domain

logical domain, panic

10.16 Causing a Panic in a Logical Domain

logical domain, resetting

10.15 Resetting a Logical Domain

logical domain, shutting down

8.6 Shutting Down a Logical Domain

logical domain, starting

8.5 Starting a Logical Domain

logical domains

1.1 Basics of the SPARC M12/M10

logical domains, controlling

Chapter 8 Controlling Logical Domains

logical domains, shutdown of

E.1 Ordered Shutdown of Logical Domains

[M]

man pages

3.2.4 Checking Command Options in Detail on the man Pages

memory configuration, changing

15.2 Changing the Memory Configuration

memory mirroring, configuring

14.1 Configuring Memory Mirroring

menu configuration

C.2 Understanding the Menu Configuration

message, checking

Chapter 12 Checking Logs and Messages

MIB definition file

10.3.3 Basics of a MIB Definition File

MIB object identification

D.1 MIB Object Identification

[N]

network configuration

1.3 Network Configuration

[O]

OpenBoot PROM

1.6 Basics of OpenBoot PROM

OpenBoot PROM commands

H.3 Unsupported OpenBoot PROM Commands

OpenBoot PROM environment variables

Appendix H OpenBoot PROM Environment Variables and Commands

H.2 Unsupported OpenBoot PROM Environment Variables

OpenBoot PROM environment variables, setting

8.9 Setting the OpenBoot PROM Environment Variables of the Control Domain

operating mode

13.2 Switching the Operating Mode

operating mode, switching

Chapter 13 Switching to Locked Mode/Service Mode

Oracle Solaris kernel zone

8.2 Configuring the Oracle Solaris Kernel Zone

Oracle Solaris, starting, suppressing

6.4 Suppressing Starting Oracle Solaris at Power-on

Oracle Solaris, updating

Chapter 17 Updating Oracle Solaris and Oracle VM Server for SPARC

Oracle VM Server for SPARC

1.5 Basics of Oracle VM Server for SPARC

ordered shutdown

8.7 Ordered Shutdown of Logical Domains

[P]

passwords

3.5.2 Passwords and Password Policy

PCI expansion unit

15.4 Using the PCI Expansion Unit

PCIe endpoint devices

15.3 Dynamic Reconfiguration Function for PCIe Endpoint Devices

PHY number, specification, method of

I.2 Method of Specification With a PHY Number

physical partition operation mode

7.2 Setting the Physical Partition Operation Mode

physical partition, checking

11.2 Checking a Physical Partition

physical partition, configuration change

7.5 Changing the Configuration of a Physical Partition

physical partition, configuring

7.1 Configuring a Physical Partition

physical partition, powering off

7.4 Powering Off a Physical Partition

physical partition, powering on

7.3 Powering On a Physical Partition

physical partition, resetting

10.17 Resetting a Physical Partition

physical partitions

1.1 Basics of the SPARC M12/M10

Chapter 7 Controlling Physical Partitions

power consumption

4.4 Reducing Power Consumption

PPAR DR policy, how to change

8.15.3 How to Change the PPAR DR Policy

probe-scsi-all command

B.2 Overview of probe-scsi-all Command Output

B.3 Identifying a Disk Slot by Using the probe-scsi-all Command

B.3.1 Example of Identifying a Disk Slot by Using the probe-scsi-all Command (SPARC M12-1/M12-2/M12-2S/M10-1/M10-4/M10-4S)

[R]

recovery mode, setting

10.8 Setting Recovery Mode

remote power management function

14.6 Remote Power Management for the SPARC M12/M10 and I/O Devices

remote storage

4.6 Using Remote Storage

remote storage DVD drive aliases

J.2 Remote Storage DVD Drive Aliases

RESET switch

18.2 Precautions Concerning Using the RESET Switch

[S]

SAN boot, using

14.4 Using SAN Boot

SAS address, specification, method of

I.4 Method of Specification With an SAS Address

SAS controllers, list of

F.1 Displaying a List of SAS Controllers Recognized by sas2ircu

SAS2IRCU utility

14.2 Configuring Hardware RAID

14.2 Configuring Hardware RAID

saving/restoring the OpenBoot PROM environment variables

10.13 Saving/Restoring the OpenBoot PROM Environment Variables

SCSI device

H.1 SCSI Device Display

server, returning to state at factory shipment

10.18 Returning the Server to the State at Factory Shipment

Service mode

Chapter 13 Switching to Locked Mode/Service Mode

13.1 Understanding the Differences Between Locked Mode and Service Mode

SNMP agent

10.3 Monitoring/Managing the System Status With the SNMP Agent

SP to SP communication, protocol, SSCP

3.9.2 Understanding the XSCF Network Interfaces

SPARC M12-2 device paths

A.2 SPARC M12-2 Device Paths

SPARC M12-2S device paths

A.3 SPARC M12-2S Device Paths

SPARC M10-4 device paths

A.5 SPARC M10-4 Device Paths

SPARC M10-4S device paths

A.6 SPARC M10-4S Device Paths

SPARC M10-1 device paths

A.4 SPARC M10-1 Device Paths

SSCP

3.9.10 Setting an SSCP IP Address

3.9.2 Understanding the XSCF Network Interfaces

3.9.5 Understanding the IP Addresses that are Set with SSCP

SSH/Telnet service

3.7 Configuring the SSH/Telnet Service for Login to the XSCF

standard MIB

10.3.3 Basics of a MIB Definition File

D.2 Standard MIB

startup wait time

4.2.2 Setting/Checking the Wait Time for Air Conditioning

status checking

Chapter 11 Checking the System Status

system altitude, setting/checking

4.1 Setting/Checking the System Altitude

system configuration

Chapter 15 Expanding the System Configuration

system configuration, checking

11.1 Checking the System Configuration/Status

system control network

1.3.1 Overview of Network Connections

1.3.1 Overview of Network Connections

1.3.1 Overview of Network Connections

system installation

G.2.1 Restrictions and Notes at the Time of System Installation

system management terminal

2.1 Connecting the System Management Terminal

system problems

18.4 System Troubleshooting With the XSCF

system start, controlling

4.2 Controlling System Start

system status, checking

11.1 Checking the System Configuration/Status

system, configuring

Chapter 3 Configuring the System

system, monitoring

10.4 Monitoring the System

system, rebooting

6.3 Rebooting the System

system, starting

6.1 Starting the System

system, stopping

6.2 Stopping the System

system-specific functions

Appendix E SPARC M12/M10 System-specific Functions of Oracle VM Server for SPARC

systems, managing

Chapter 9 Managing the Systems Daily

[T]

takeover IP address

3.9.2 Understanding the XSCF Network Interfaces

3.9.9 Setting the Takeover IP Address

target ID, specification, method of

I.3 Method of Specification With a Target ID

time zone

3.6.4 Setting the Time Zone

traps

D.4 Traps

troubleshooting

Chapter 18 Troubleshooting

[U]

uninterruptible power supply

14.7 Using an Uninterruptible Power Supply

user network

1.3.1 Overview of Network Connections

1.3.1 Overview of Network Connections

1.3.1 Overview of Network Connections

user privilege

3.5.3 Types of User Privilege

[V]

verified boot

14.8 Using Verified Boot

virtual CPU

15.1 Changing the Virtual CPU Configuration

volume device name, specification, method of

I.5 Method of Specification With a Volume Device Name

[W]

warmup time

4.2.1 Setting/Checking the Warmup Time

warning and notification messages, checking

12.2 Checking Warning and Notification Messages

World Wide Name (WWN) syntax

B.1 World Wide Name (WWN) Syntax

WWN

B.1 World Wide Name (WWN) Syntax

WWN-based SAS2 device

Appendix B Identifying an SAS2 Device Based on a WWN

[X]

XCP firmware, updating

Chapter 16 Updating the XCP Firmware

XCP image file

16.4 Preparing an XCP Image File

X.509 public key certificates

14.8.3 X.509 Public Key Certificates for Verified Boot

XSCF extended MIB

D.3.1 XSCF Extended MIB Objects

XSCF firmware

1.2 Basics of the XSCF Firmware

XSCF firmware settings, contents of

3.2 Understanding the Contents of the XSCF Firmware Settings

XSCF log file

12.1 Checking a Log Saved by the XSCF

XSCF MIB information

Appendix D XSCF MIB Information

XSCF network

1.3.1 Overview of Network Connections

1.3.1 Overview of Network Connections

3.9 Configuring the XSCF Network

XSCF network interface

3.9.3 XSCF Network Interface Configuration

XSCF settings information, restoring

10.10 Saving/Restoring XSCF Settings Information

XSCF settings information, saving

10.10 Saving/Restoring XSCF Settings Information

XSCF setup

3.1 Preliminary Work for XSCF Setup

XSCF startup mode function

G.1 Function Overview

G.3 Configuration Procedure

XSCF startup mode function, notes on

G.2 Restrictions and Notes

XSCF startup mode function, restrictions on

G.2 Restrictions and Notes

XSCF time/date, setting

3.6 Setting the XSCF Time/Date

XSCF user

3.5 Creating/Managing XSCF Users

XSCF Web

Appendix C List of the XSCF Web Pages

XSCF Web pages, overview of

C.1 Overview of the Pages

XSCF, possible problems

18.1 Troubleshooting for the XSCF

XSCF, setting items

3.2.1 Setting Items for Using the XSCF

XSCF, setting up (XSCF shell)

3.3 Setting Up From the XSCF Shell

XSCF, setting up (XSCF web)

3.4 Setting Up From XSCF Web

XSCF, troubleshooting

10.1 Learning about Troubleshooting and Related Functions