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Enabling Enclosure Or Server Indicators With The Asmi; Starting The System Or Logical Partition; Starting A System That Is Not Managed By An Hmc - IBM Power Systems EMX0 PCIe Gen3 Manual

Chassis management card for the i/o expansion drawer
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v A: Power-on button
– A constant light indicates full system power to the unit.
– A flashing light indicates standby power to the unit.
– There is approximately a 30-second transition period from the time the power-on button is pressed
to when the power LED goes from flashing to solid. During the transition period, the LED might
flash faster.
v B: Enclosure identify light
– A constant light indicates the identify state, which is used to identify a part.
– No light indicates that the system is operating normally.
v C: Check log light
– No light indicates that the system is operating normally.
– Light on indicates that the system requires attention.
v D: Enclosure fault light
– A constant light indicates a fault in the system unit.
– No light indicates that the system is operating normally.
v E: Eject button
v F: Function/Data display
v G: Pinhole reset button
v H: Decrement button
v I: Enter button
v J: Increment button

Enabling enclosure or server indicators with the ASMI

Find out how to enable enclosure or server indicators by using the Advanced System Management
Interface (ASMI).
To perform this operation, you must have one of the following authority levels:
v Administrator
v Authorized service provider
To enable the enclosure or server indicator states, complete the following steps:
1. On the ASMI Welcome pane, specify your user ID and password, and click Log In.
2. In the navigation area, expand System Configuration > Service Indicators > Enclosure Indicators. A
list of enclosures is displayed.
3. Select the enclosure and click Continue. A list of location codes is displayed. Alternatively, you can
click Indicators by Location Code and type the location code in the Location code field.
4. In the Identify indicator status field, select Identify.
5. To save the changes made to the state of an indicator, click Save settings.

Starting the system or logical partition

Learn how to start a system or logical partition after performing a service action or system upgrade.

Starting a system that is not managed by an HMC

You can use the power button or the Advanced System Management Interface (ASMI) to start a system
that is not managed by a Hardware Management Console (HMC).
Common procedures for removing or replacing the chassis management card
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