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  9. 5.3.1 Checking the operating condition of the physical partition or logical domain

5.3.1 Checking the operating condition of the physical partition or logical domain


5.3.1 Checking the operating condition of the physical partition or logical domain
In the following execution example, the operating condition of the physical partition and logical domains is checked from firmware.
  1. Log in to the XSCF shell.
  2. Confirm that you are logged in to the master XSCF.
    In the following example, the showbbstatus command checks that.
XSCF> showbbstatus
BB#00 (Master) (*1) 
*1 If Standby is displayed, try logging into the master XSCF again.
  1. Execute the showpparstatus command to check the operating condition of the physical partition.
    In the following example, [PPAR Status] of PPAR-ID 00 displays "Running", which indicates that the physical partition is operating.
XSCF> showpparstatus -p 0
PPAR-ID        PPAR Status
00             Running 
  1. Execute the showdomainstatus command to check the operating condition of the logical domains.
    In the following example, [Status] of the logical domains of PPAR-ID 00 displays "Solaris running," which indicates that Oracle Solaris is operating.
XSCF> showdomainstatus -p 0
Logical Domain Name   Status
primary               Solaris running
guest0                Solaris running
guest1                Solaris running
iodom0                Solaris running
iodom1                Solaris running
sdiodomain            Solaris running
sr-iodomain           Solaris running