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  • Page 3 SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Administration Guide Manual Code C120-E498-03EN Part No. 875-4319-12 July 2009, Revision A...
  • Page 4 Fujitsu Limited or Sun Microsystems, Inc., or any affiliate of either of them.
  • Page 5 Aucune partie de ce produit, de ces technologies ou de ce document ne peut être reproduite sous quelque forme que ce soit, par quelque moyen que ce soit, sans l’autorisation écrite préalable de Fujitsu Limited et de Sun Microsystems, Inc., et de leurs éventuels bailleurs de licence.
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Contents Preface ix Communicating With the System 1 ILOM Overview 1 ▼ Log In to ILOM 2 ▼ Log In to the System Console 3 ▼ Display the ok Prompt 3 ▼ Display the ILOM ->Prompt 4 ▼ Use a Local Graphics Monitor 5 Performing Common Tasks 7 ▼...
  • Page 8 ▼ Clear a Fault 49 Managing Logical Domains Software 51 Logical Domains Software 51 Logical Domain Configurations 52 OpenBoot Configuration Variables 53 OpenBoot Configuration Variables on the SCC 53 SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Administration Guide • July 2009...
  • Page 9 Index 57 Contents...
  • Page 10 SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Administration Guide • July 2009...
  • Page 11: Preface

    Read this manual thoroughly. Use the product according to the instructions and information available in this manual. Keep this manual handy for further reference. Fujitsu makes every effort to prevent users and bystanders from being injured or from suffering damage to their property. Use the product according to this manual.
  • Page 12 Managing Disks ■ Describes how to configure and manage RAID disk volumes using the SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5420 server’s on-board serial attached SCSI (SAS) disk controller, and how to hot-plug a disk. Managing Devices ■ Describes how to unconfigure and reconfigure devices manually.
  • Page 13: Related Documentation

    The latest versions of all the SPARC Enterprise Series manuals are available at the following Web sites: Global Site (http://www.fujitsu.com/sparcenterprise/manual/) Japanese Site (http://primeserver.fujitsu.com/sparcenterprise/manual/) Title SPARC Enterprise T5140 Server Getting Started Guide SPARC Enterprise T5140 Server Getting Started Guide For Models That Run on DC Input Power SPARC Enterprise T5240 Server Getting Started Guide...
  • Page 14 External I/O Expansion Unit Installation and Service Manual External I/O Expansion Unit Product Notes SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Administration Guide • July 2009 Description How to run diagnostics to troubleshoot the server, and how to remove and replace...
  • Page 15: Text Conventions

    Note – Product Notes are available on the website only. Please check for the recent update on your product. UNIX Commands This document might not contain information on basic UNIX procedures such as shutting down the system, booting the system, and configuring devices.
  • Page 16 URL. For Users in U.S.A., Canada, and Mexico: (https://download.computers.us.fujitsu.com/) For Users in Other Countries: (http://www.fujitsu.com/global/contact/computing/sparce_index.ht SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Administration Guide • July 2009 Prompt Notations machine-name% machine-name# -> sc>...
  • Page 17: Communicating With The System

    Communicating With the System This section includes information on low-level communication with the system, using the Integrated Lights Out Manager (ILOM) tool and the system console. “ILOM Overview” on page 1 ■ “Log In to ILOM” on page 2 ■ “Log In to the System Console”...
  • Page 18: Log In To Ilom

    Related Information “Log In to ILOM” on page 2 ■ Integrated Lights Out Manager (ILOM) 2.0 Documentation ■ Integrated Lights Out Manager (ILOM) 2.0 Supplement for SPARC Enterprise T5140 ■ and T5240 Servers Integrated Lights Out Manager (ILOM) 3.0 Documentation ■...
  • Page 19: Log In To The System Console

    Related Information “ILOM Overview” on page 1 ■ “Log In to the System Console” on page 3 ■ ▼ Log In to the System Console “Log In to ILOM” on page 2. To access the system console from ILOM, type: ->...
  • Page 20: Display The Ilom ->Prompt

    From the system console, type the ILOM escape sequence (#.). ■ Log in to ILOM directly from a device connected to the serial management port ■ or network management port. SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Administration Guide • July 2009...
  • Page 21: Use A Local Graphics Monitor

    4. Connect the USB keyboard cable to one USB port. 5. Connect the USB mouse cable to another USB port on the SPARC Enterprise T5140 or T5240 server. “Display the ok Prompt” on page 3 7. Set OpenBoot configuration variables appropriately.
  • Page 22 Power button. You can now type system commands and view system messages using your local graphics monitor. Continue with your installation or diagnostic procedure, as needed. SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Administration Guide • July 2009...
  • Page 23: Performing Common Tasks

    Performing Common Tasks This section includes procedures for some common tasks performed on the servers. “Power On the System” on page 7 ■ “Power Off the System” on page 8 ■ “Reset the System” on page 8 ■ “Update the Firmware” on page 9 ■...
  • Page 24: Power Off The System

    “Power On the System” on page 7 ■ “Reset the System” on page 8 ■ ▼ Reset the System It is not necessary to power the system off and on to perform a reset. SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Administration Guide • July 2009...
  • Page 25: Update The Firmware

    ● To reset the system, from the Solaris prompt, type: # shutdown -g0 -i6 -y Related Information “Power Off the System” on page 8 ■ “Power On the System” on page 7 ■ ▼ Update the Firmware 1. Ensure that the ILOM service processor network management port is configured.
  • Page 26 Hit any key to stop autoboot: 0 ## Booting image at fe080000 IP Protocols: ICMP, UDP, TCP, IGMP Checking all file systems... fsck 1.37 (21-Mar-2005) Setting kernel variable ..done. Mounting local filesystems... SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Administration Guide • July 2009...
  • Page 27 Cleaning /tmp /var/run /var/lock. Identifying DOC Device Type(G3/G4/H3) ... Configuring network interfaces...Internet Systems Consortium DHCP Client V3.0.1 Copyright 2007 Internet Systems Consortium All rights reserved. For info, please visit http://www.isc.org/products/DHCP eth0: config: auto-negotiation on, 100FDX, 100HDX, 10FDX, 10HDX. Listening on LPF/eth0/00:14:4f:3f:8c:af Sending on LPF/eth0/00:14:4f:3f:8c:af Sending on Socket/fallback DHCPDISCOVER on eth0 to 255.255.255.255 port 67 interval 6...
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  • Page 29: Managing Disks

    RAID 0 (striping) and RAID 1 (mirroring) volumes using the Solaris OS raidctl utility. To configure and use RAID disk volumes on the SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 servers, you must install the appropriate patches. For the latest information on patches, see the product notes for your system.
  • Page 30: Creating Hardware Raid Volumes

    “Create a Hardware Mirrored Volume of the Default Boot Device” on page 19 ■ “Create a Hardware Striped Volume” on page 20 ■ “Configure a Hardware RAID Volume for the Solaris OS” on page 22 ■ SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Administration Guide • July 2009...
  • Page 31: Create A Hardware Mirrored Volume

    Disk: 0.7.0 In this example, a single volume (c1t0d0) has been enabled. The SPARC Enterprise T5140 or T5240 server’s on-board SAS controller can configure as many as two RAID volumes. Prior to volume creation, ensure that the member disks are available and that there are not two volumes already created.
  • Page 32 See the raidctl(1M) man page for additional details regarding volume and disk status. Note – The logical device names might appear differently on your system, depending on the number and type of add-on disk controllers installed. SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Administration Guide • July 2009 Size Stripe Size Disk 136.6G...
  • Page 33 2. Type the following command: # raidctl -c primary secondary The creation of the RAID volume is interactive, by default. For example: # raidctl -c c1t0d0 c1t1d0 Creating RAID volume c1t0d0 will destroy all data on member disks, proceed (yes/no)? yes Volume c1t0d0 is created successfully! As an alternative, you can use the –f option to force the creation if you are sure of the member disks and sure that the data on both member disks can be lost.
  • Page 34 For more information about the raidctl utility, see the raidctl(1M) man page. Related Information “Disk Slot Numbers” on page 35 ■ “Delete a Hardware RAID Volume” on page 25 ■ SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Administration Guide • July 2009 Size Stripe Size Disk 136.6G 0.0.0...
  • Page 35: Create A Hardware Mirrored Volume Of The Default Boot Device

    ▼ Create a Hardware Mirrored Volume of the Default Boot Device Due to the volume initialization that occurs on the disk controller when a new volume is created, the volume must be configured and labeled using the format(1M) utility prior to use with the Solaris Operating System (see RAID Volume for the Solaris OS”...
  • Page 36: Create A Hardware Striped Volume

    # raidctl Controller: 1 Disk: 0.0.0 Disk: 0.1.0 Disk: 0.2.0 Disk: 0.3.0 Disk: 0.4.0 Disk: 0.5.0 Disk: 0.6.0 Disk: 0.7.0 The preceding example indicates that no RAID volume exists. SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Administration Guide • July 2009...
  • Page 37 2. Type the following command: # raidctl -c –r 0 disk1 disk2 ... The creation of the RAID volume is interactive, by default. For example: # raidctl -c -r 0 c1t1d0 c1t2d0 c1t3d0 Creating RAID volume will destroy all data on spare space of member disks, proceed (yes/no)? yes May 16 16:33:30 wgs57-06 scsi: /pci@0/pci@0/pci@2/scsi@0 (mpt0): May 16 16:33:30 wgs57-06...
  • Page 38: Configure A Hardware Raid Volume For The Solaris Os

    Solaris OS After a creating a RAID volume using raidctl, use format(1M) to configure and label the volume before attempting to use it in the Solaris Operating System. SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Administration Guide • July 2009 Size Stripe...
  • Page 39 1. Start the format utility: # format The format utility might generate messages about corruption of the current label on the volume, which you are going to change. You can safely ignore these messages. 2. Select the disk name that represents the RAID volume that you have configured. In this example, c1t2d0 is the logical name of the volume.
  • Page 40 4. Use the partition command to partition, or slice, the volume according to your desired configuration. See the format(1M) man page for additional details. SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Administration Guide • July 2009 - show vendor, product and revision - set 8-character volume name...
  • Page 41: Delete A Hardware Raid Volume

    5. Write the new label to the disk using the label command format> label Ready to label disk, continue? yes 6. Verify that the new label has been written by printing the disk list using the disk command. format> disk AVAILABLE DISK SELECTIONS: 0.
  • Page 42 In this example, the RAID volume is c1t0d0. Note – The logical device names might appear differently on your system, depending on the number and type of add-on disk controllers installed. SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Administration Guide • July 2009...
  • Page 43 3. To delete the volume, type the following command: # raidctl -d mirrored-volume For example: # raidctl -d c1t0d0 Deleting RAID volume c1t0d0 will destroy all data it contains, proceed (yes/no)? yes /pci@0/pci@0/pci@2/scsi@0 (mpt0): Volume 0 deleted. /pci@0/pci@0/pci@2/scsi@0 (mpt0): Physical disk 0 deleted. /pci@0/pci@0/pci@2/scsi@0 (mpt0): Physical disk 1 deleted.
  • Page 44: Hot-Plug A Mirrored Disk

    “Creating Hardware RAID Volumes” on page 14 ■ ▼ Hot-Plug a Mirrored Disk 1. Verify which hard drive corresponds with which logical device name and physical device name. “Disk Slot Numbers” on page SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Administration Guide • July 2009...
  • Page 45 2. To confirm a failed disk, type the following command: # raidctl If the Disk Status is FAILED, then the drive can be removed and a new drive inserted. Upon insertion, the new disk should be GOOD and the volume should be SYNC.
  • Page 46: Hot-Plug A Nonmirrored Disk

    1. Verify which hard drive corresponds with which logical device name and physical device name. “Disk Slot Numbers” on page Ensure that no applications or processes are accessing the hard drive. SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Administration Guide • July 2009 Size Stripe Size Disk 136.6G...
  • Page 47 2. Type the following command: # cfgadm –al For example: # cfgadm –al Ap_Id Type scsi-bus c1::dsk/c1t0d0 disk c1::dsk/c1t1d0 disk c1::dsk/c1t2d0 disk c1::dsk/c1t3d0 disk c1::dsk/c1t4d0 disk c1::dsk/c1t5d0 disk c1::dsk/c1t6d0 disk c1::dsk/c1t7d0 disk usb0/1 unknown usb0/2 unknown usb0/3 unknown usb1/1 unknown usb1/2 unknown usb2/1...
  • Page 48 This warning is issued because these commands attempt to quiesce the (SAS) SCSI bus, but the server firmware prevents it. This warning message can be safely ignored in the SPARC Enterprise T5140 or T5240 server, but the following step avoids this warning message altogether.
  • Page 49 4. Verify that the device has been removed from the device tree. Type the following command: # cfgadm -al Ap_Id Type scsi-bus c1::dsk/c1t0d0 disk c1::dsk/c1t1d0 disk c1::dsk/c1t2d0 disk c1::dsk/c1t3d0 disk c1::dsk/c1t4d0 disk c1::dsk/c1t5d0 disk c1::dsk/c1t6d0 disk c1::dsk/c1t7d0 disk usb0/1 unknown usb0/2 unknown usb0/3...
  • Page 50 Note that c1t3d0 is now listed as configured. SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Administration Guide • July 2009 Type Receptacle scsi-bus connected disk connected disk connected disk connected disk...
  • Page 51: Disk Slot Numbers

    Related Information “Disk Slot Numbers” on page 35 ■ “Hot-Plug a Mirrored Disk” on page 28 ■ Disk Slot Numbers To perform a disk hot-plug procedure, you must know the physical or logical device name for the drive that you want to install or remove. If your system encounters a disk error, often you can find messages about failing or failed disks in the system console.
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  • Page 53: Managing Devices

    Managing Devices This section contains information about managing devices in the servers, and the multipathing software supported. “Unconfigure a Device Manually” on page 37 ■ “Reconfigure a Device Manually” on page 38 ■ “Devices and Device Identifiers” on page 38 ■...
  • Page 54: Reconfigure A Device Manually

    /SYS/MB/CMPn/RISERn/PCIEslot_number /SYS/MB/CMPn/RISERn/XAUIcard_number /SYS/MB/NETnetwork_number /SYS/MB/PCIE /SYS/MB/USBnumber /SYS/MB/CMPn/L2_BANKnumber /SYS/DVD SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Administration Guide • July 2009 Devices CMP (0-1) CPU strand (0-63) CMP (0-1) Riser (0-1) PCIe slot (0-5) CMP (0-1) Riser (0-1) XAUI card (0-1) Network interfaces (0-3)
  • Page 55: Sparc Enterprise T5X40 Device Tree

    “Reconfigure a Device Manually” on page 38 ■ SPARC Enterprise T5x40 Device Tree The following table shows the correspondence of the SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 server devices to the Solaris Operating System device tree. Device (as Indicated on Chassis Label)
  • Page 56: Multipathing Software

    For the SPARC Enterprise T5140 or T5240 servers, three different types of multipathing software are available: Solaris IP Network Multipathing software provides multipathing and ■...
  • Page 57 Sun StorageTek™ Traffic Manager is an architecture fully integrated within the ■ Solaris OS (beginning with the Solaris 8 release) that enables I/O devices to be accessed through multiple host controller interfaces from a single instance of the I/O device. Related Information For instructions on how to configure and administer Solaris IP Network ■...
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  • Page 59: Handling Faults

    Handling Faults The SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 servers provide many ways to find faults, including LEDs, ILOM and POST. For specific information about LEDs, and additional troubleshooting information, refer to the service manual for your server. “Discovering Faults” on page 43 ■...
  • Page 60: Discover Faults Using Ilom

    The virtual keyswitch can be used to run full POST diagnostics without having to modify the diagnostic property settings. Note that POST diagnostics can take a significant amount of time to run at system reset. “Log In to ILOM” on page SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Administration Guide • July 2009...
  • Page 61: Locate The System

    2. At the ILOM -> prompt, type: -> set /SYS keyswitch_state=diag The system is set to run full POST diagnostics on system reset. 3. To return to your normal diagnostic settings after running POST, type: -> set /SYS keyswitch_state=normal Related Information “Discover Faults Using ILOM”...
  • Page 62: Bypassing Minor Faults

    Related Information “Enable ASR” on page 47 ■ “Disable ASR” on page 47 ■ “View Information on Components Affected by ASR” on page 48 ■ SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Administration Guide • July 2009 “Enable ASR” on page...
  • Page 63: Enable Asr

    ▼ Enable ASR 1. At the -> prompt, type: -> set /HOST/diag mode=normal -> set /HOST/diag level=max -> set /HOST/diag trigger=power-on-reset 2. At the ok prompt, type: ok setenv auto-boot true ok setenv auto-boot-on-error? true Note – For more information about OpenBoot configuration variables, refer to the service manual for your server.
  • Page 64: View Information On Components Affected By Asr

    ■ “Enable ASR” on page 47 ■ “Disable ASR” on page 47 ■ “Unconfigure a Device Manually” on page 37 ■ “Reconfigure a Device Manually” on page 38 ■ SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Administration Guide • July 2009...
  • Page 65: Clear A Fault

    ▼ Clear a Fault ● At the -> prompt, type: -> set /SYS/component clear_fault_action=true Setting clear_fault_action to true clears the fault at the component and all levels below it in the /SYS tree. Related Information “Discover Faults Using ILOM” on page 44 ■...
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  • Page 67: Managing Logical Domains Software

    Managing Logical Domains Software SPARC Enterprise servers support the Logical Domains (LDoms) software that is used to create and manage logical domains. The software comprises LDoms-enabling code in the Solaris OS, LDoms-enabling code in System Firmware, and the Logical Domains Manager, which is the command-line interface. See your LDoms documentation for the latest information.
  • Page 68: Logical Domain Configurations

    Related Information “Logical Domains Software” on page 51 ■ SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Administration Guide • July 2009 Description Domain in which the Logical Domains Manager runs, enabling you to create and manage other logical domains and allocate virtual resources to other domains.
  • Page 69: Openboot Configuration Variables

    OpenBoot Configuration Variables This section supplies information about variables storing configuration on the SCC. OpenBoot Configuration Variables on the SCC describes the OpenBoot firmware configuration variables stored in TABLE 1 non-volatile memory on the system. The OpenBoot configuration variables are printed here in the order in which they appear when you type the following command: ok printenv...
  • Page 70 SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Administration Guide • July 2009 Possible Values Default Value true, false false true, false true 9600,8,n,1,- 9600,8,n,1,- virtual-conso virtual-conso le, screen virtual-conso...
  • Page 71 OpenBoot Configuration Variables Stored on the System Configuration Card (Continued) TABLE 1 Variable Possible Values diag-switch? true, false error-reset-recovery boot, sync, none network-boot-arguments [protocol, ] [key=value, ] Default Value Description If true OpenBoot verbosity is set to false maximum If false OpenBoot verbosity is set to minimum Command to execute following a system boot...
  • Page 72 SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Administration Guide • July 2009...
  • Page 73 Index Symbols -> commands set /SYS/LOCATE, 45 show /SYS/LOCATE, 45 -> prompt about, 1 -> prompt ways to access, 4 Activity (disk drive LED), 34 Automatic System Recovery, 46 Automatic System Recovery (ASR) about, 46 disabling, 47 Automatic System Recovery, enable, 47 Automatic System Recovery, view affected components, 48 cables, keyboard and mouse, 5...
  • Page 74 5 output-device, 5 OpenBoot variables, 53 output-device (OpenBoot configuration variable), 5 SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers Administration Guide • July 2009 PCI graphics card connecting graphics monitor to, 5 frame buffers, 5 physical device name (disk drive), 35...