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2.3 Confirming the Functions of the Operation Panel


2.3 Confirming the Functions of the Operation Panel
This section describes the functions of the operation panel mounted on the SPARC M10-4/M10-4S.
The operation panel provides the system's display and control functions. The field engineer and system administrator can specify the operation mode or control start/stop of the system while checking the LEDs indicating the system operation status.
Note - In a building block configuration with a crossbar box connected, only the operation panel of the crossbar box that is the master XSCF can have all the operation panel functions enabled.
Figure 2-7  Location of the operation panel
Figure 2-7  Location of the operation panel
Figure 2-8  Appearance of operation panel
Figure 2-8  Appearance of operation panel
Location number LED/switch
POWER LED
XSCF STANDBY LED
CHECK LED
BB-ID switch (SPARC M10-4S only)
Mode switch
Power switch
For a building block configuration, an operation panel is mounted in each chassis of the SPARC M10-4S. However, the only operation panel on which all of the LEDs and switches are enabled is that of the chassis housing the master XSCF.
Table 2-4 shows the display and operation status of the operation panel.
Table 2-4  Display and operation status of operation panel
LEDs/switches on operation panel
SPARC M10-4S is master XSCF SPARC M10-4S is not master XSCF
POWER LED Enabled (Indicates the start/stop state of the SPARC M10-4S) Enabled (Indicates the start/stop state of the SPARC M10-4S)
XSCF STANDBY
LED
Enabled (Displays the XSCF status of the system) Enabled (Displays the XSCF status of the SPARC M10-4S)
CHECK LED Enabled (Indicates the SPARC M10-4S error state) Enabled (Indicates the SPARC M10-4S error state)
BB-ID switch Enabled (Registers a BB-ID number) Enabled (Registers a BB-ID number)
Mode switch (*1) Enabled (Mode operation of the system) Disabled
Power switch Enabled (Start/stop operation of the system) Disabled
*1 Set the same mode for the SPARC M10-4S systems with the master XSCF and the XSCF in the standby state. If the settings are different, an asterisk (*) is displayed beside the components in the output of the showhardconf or showstatus command.