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HP Integrity Superdome 2 Onboard
Administrator Command Line Interface User
Guide
Abstract
This document contains specific information that is intended for users of this HP product.
HP Part Number: AH337-9002H
Published: August 2013
Edition: 8

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  • Page 1 HP Integrity Superdome 2 Onboard Administrator Command Line Interface User Guide Abstract This document contains specific information that is intended for users of this HP product. HP Part Number: AH337-9002H Published: August 2013 Edition: 8...
  • Page 2 © Copyright 201 1 – 2013 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. Notices The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. The only warranties for HP products and services are set forth in the express warranty statements accompanying such products and services. Nothing herein should be construed as constituting an additional warranty. HP shall not be liable for technical or editorial errors or omissions contained herein.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents 1 Accessing the CLI..................11 Remotely accessing the Onboard Administrator................11 Locally accessing the Onboard Administrator................11 2 Command line..................13 Command line overview......................13 HP Integrity Superdome 2 Server Blade and Integrity server blade restrictions.........13 Access level and privileges......................13 Account authentication.......................15 3 General commands .................17 CLEAR SCREEN ........................17 EXIT............................17 HELP.............................17...
  • Page 4 REMOVE CA CERTIFICATE......................32 REMOVE USER CERTIFICATE....................32 SHOW CA CERTIFICATE......................32 SHOW TWOFACTOR INFO....................33 7 Directory commands.................34 ADD LDAP CERTIFICATE......................34 ADD LDAP GROUP.........................34 ASSIGN for LDAP........................34 ASSIGN OA LDAP GROUP......................35 DISABLE LDAP........................35 DOWNLOAD LDAP CERTIFICATE.....................35 ENABLE LDAP........................36 REMOVE LDAP CERTIFICATE....................36 REMOVE LDAP GROUP......................36 SET LDAP GROUP ACCESS......................37 SET LDAP GROUP DESCRIPTION....................37 SET LDAP NAME MAP......................37...
  • Page 5 1 1 Enclosure network configuration commands..........55 ADD OA DNS........................55 ADD SNMP TRAPRECEIVER.....................55 ADD SSHKEY.........................55 ADD TRUSTED HOST......................56 CLEAR SSHKEY........................56 CLEAR VCMODE........................56 DISABLE ALERTMAIL.......................57 DISABLE ENCLOSURE_IP_MODE....................57 DISABLE HTTPS........................57 DISABLE SECURESH........................58 DISABLE SNMP........................58 DISABLE TELNET........................58 DISABLE TRUSTED HOST......................59 DISABLE XMLREPLY.........................59 DISABLE WSMANAGEMENT....................59 DOWNLOAD CONFIG......................59 DOWNLOAD SSHKEY......................60 ENABLE ALERTMAIL........................60...
  • Page 6 POWERON XFABRIC......................72 RESTART OA .........................73 SET DISPLAY EVENTS......................73 SET ENCLOSURE ASSET......................73 SET ENCLOSURE NAME......................74 SET ENCLOSURE PART_NUMBER.....................74 SET ENCLOSURE PDU_TYPE....................74 SET ENCLOSURE SERIAL_NUMBER..................75 SET ENCLOSURE UID......................75 SET IOX UID..........................75 SET LLF INTERVAL........................75 SET POWER MODE........................76 SET POWER LIMIT........................76 SET POWER SAVINGS......................76 SET TIMEZONE........................77 SHOW CONFIG........................77 SHOW DATE.........................78...
  • Page 7 SHOW BLADE POWERDELAY....................101 SHOW BLADE STATUS......................102 SHOW BLADE TEMP......................103 15 IOX enclosure management commands...........104 SHOW IOX INFO........................104 SHOW IOX LIST........................105 SHOW IOX POWER......................105 SHOW IOX STATUS......................106 16 Interconnect management commands............108 ASSIGN INTERCONNECT ....................108 CLEAR INTERCONNECT SESSION..................108 CONNECT INTERCONNECT....................108 POWEROFF INTERCONNECT....................109 POWERON INTERCONNECT....................109 RESTART INTERCONNECT.....................109 SET INTERCONNECT POWERDELAY..................110...
  • Page 8 PARCREATE.........................129 PARMODIFY........................132 PARREMOVE........................135 PARSTATUS..........................135 POWEROFF PARTITION......................139 POWERON PARTITION......................139 REBOOT PARTITION......................140 SET PARTITION DVD......................140 SHOW PARTITION DVD......................141 SHOW PARTITION INFO......................142 TOC PARTITION........................143 PARDEFAULT........................143 PARPERM..........................144 VPARCREATE........................145 VPARBOOT..........................146 VPARMODIFY........................147 VPARRESET..........................148 VPARREMOVE........................149 VPARSTATUS........................150 22 Log viewer commands................152 CLEAR FPL...........................152 CLEAR SEL...........................152 CLEAR PARTITION CONSOLELOG..................152 CONNECT PARTITION......................153 SHOW FPL..........................153 SHOW LIVELOGS........................153...
  • Page 9 SHOW INFO........................172 UPDATE FIRMWARE ......................172 CLI UPDATE NPARTITION .....................174 Effects messages........................175 28 Updating Firmware................176 Introduction..........................176 Offline partition update......................176 Single partition update.....................176 All partitions update......................177 Blade update........................177 Warnings during update....................177 Errors during update......................177 Online complex firmware update on Superdome 2..............177 Introduction........................177 Services unavailable......................178 Management Processor access..................178 IPMI..........................178...
  • Page 10 RS............................190 SEL.............................190 TC............................191 31 Event notifications.................192 Enclosure event notifications....................192 Command line event notifications....................192 32 Support and other resources..............194 Before you contact HP......................194 HP contact information......................194 Subscription service......................194 Documentation feedback.......................194 Installing HP Insight Remote Support Software................194 New and changed information in this edition................195 Related information.......................195 Typographic conventions.......................195 A Using event logs..................197...
  • Page 11: Accessing The Cli

    1 Accessing the CLI Remotely accessing the Onboard Administrator The Onboard Administrator CLI can be accessed remotely through any Telnet or Secure Shell session. Telnet session From a network-connected client, open a command-line window At the prompt, open a Telnet session to the IP address of the Onboard Administrator, and then press Enter.
  • Page 12 Connect a serial cable between the serial port on the computer and the corresponding serial port on the Onboard Administrator module. The following table is for the DB9 serial (RS232) port and shows the pinout and signals for the RS232 connector. The signal direction is DTE (computer) relative to the DCE (modem).
  • Page 13: Command Line

    2 Command line Command line overview You can also use the CLI to manage the Onboard Administrator. The following are some reasons to use the CLI: HP Management Applications (for example, Systems Insight Manager, Insight Control tools, and so on) can query the Onboard Administrator for information that these tools must present for a complete management view of HP Integrity Superdome 2 enclosures and the devices contained within and connected IOX enclosures.
  • Page 14 the Onboard Administrator. You can only change the password for the Administrator account. The following table indicates the capabilities of the user based on their privileges and permitted bays. Account classification Capabilities Account name/privilege Bays selected for level this account Administrator Administrator/administrator All commands...
  • Page 15: Account Authentication

    Account classification Capabilities Account name/privilege Bays selected for level this account own account Can 'show' CLI commands Partition management capabilities User access to commands for managing the partition configuration and the partitions themselves can be controlled through the Parcon_Admin access right and partition access assignments using the ASSIGN PARCON_ADMIN and ASSIGN PARTITION commands.
  • Page 16 LDAP users The Enable/Disable LDAP is an optional setting. LDAP enabled can be used with local users enabled or disabled. The Onboard Administrator uses configured LDAP server and search context to request account authentication. Configuration of the LDAP group determines the privileges instead of the user name. If a user is configured for multiple groups with different privileges and bay permissions, then the user has the highest privileges and the combination of all permitted bays.
  • Page 17: General Commands

    3 General commands CLEAR SCREEN Command: CLEAR SCREEN NOTE: CLS is also a valid command. Description: Clears the terminal screen Access level: EXIT Command: EXIT Description: Exits the CLI Access level: HELP Command: HELP <command> Description: If you supply a command, the usage and help text for the command appears. If no argument is given, all base commands appear.
  • Page 18: Logout

    LOGOUT Command: LOGOUT Description: Exits the command line interface Access level: QUIT Command: QUIT Description: Exits the command line interface Access level: General commands...
  • Page 19: Rack Commands

    4 Rack commands SET RACK NAME Command: SET RACK NAME <rack name> Description: Sets the rack name Access level/Bay level: OA Administrator, OA Operator Restrictions: The <rack name> must be a maximum of 32 characters long and includes all alphanumeric, the dash, and the underscore characters.
  • Page 20: Connect Enclosure

    Restrictions: You must be logged on to the monarch OA to perform this command. Example: The output for this command will depend on how the enclosures are linked. SHOW TOPOLOGY Detecting linked enclosures .. Complex Topology Complex UUID: 09USE7332000 Complex Name: ComplexOne Rack Name: MyRack Enc# Enclosure Name Status...
  • Page 21: Upload Debug

    UPLOAD DEBUG Command: UPLOAD DEBUG { <URL> | ARCHIVE <"directory"> | USB <"directory"> } Description: This command collects relevant system logs and files from the Complex and uploads them to a URL, a USB connected to the enclosure, or Archive Storage. Access level/Bay level: Monarch OA Restrictions:...
  • Page 22: User Account Commands

    5 User account commands ADD USER Command: ADD USER "<user name>" ["<password>"] Description: Adds a user to the system. If you do not provide a password, you are prompted for one. If SCRIPT MODE is enabled and the password is not provided, the password is assigned an unmatched string.
  • Page 23: Assign Oa

    ASSIGN OA Command: ASSIGN OA {"<user name>" | LDAP GROUP "<LDAP group name>"} Description: Assigns the Onboard Administrators specified to an existing user or group Access level/Bay level: OA Administrator Restrictions: The <user name> is case-sensitive. DISABLE USER Command: DISABLE USER "<user name>" Description: Disables a user account.
  • Page 24: Enable Strong Passwords

    ENABLE STRONG PASSWORDS Command: ENABLE STRONG PASSWORDS Description: When enabled, this command requires that a user's password contain at least one character from three of the four categories: ◦ Uppercase ◦ Lowercase ◦ Numeric ◦ Nonalphanumeric Access level/Bay level: OA Administrator Restrictions: Only Administrators with Onboard Administrator permission are permitted to manage strong passwords.
  • Page 25: Remove User

    REMOVE USER Command: REMOVE USER {ALL | "<user name>" | CERTIFICATE "<user name>"} Description: Removes a user from the system or any certificate mapped to the user or both. If you specify ALL, then the command is run for all users except the default system accounts. Access level/Bay level: OA Administrator Restrictions:...
  • Page 26: Set Session Timeout

    SET SESSION TIMEOUT IMPORTANT: On Superdome 2 systems, the following long-running commands are not immediately subject to the session timeout defined by the SET SESSION TIMEOUT command: SHOW {HR | FPL | LIVELOGS | SEL | SYSLOG | PARTITION CONSOLELOG} CONNECT {BLADE | INTERCONNECT | PARTITION } If a user has one of these commands active, their session will not be removed when a session timeout occurs;...
  • Page 27: Set User Fullname

    Access level/Bay level: ◦ All users can modify their own contact information. ◦ The OA Administrator can modify all users. Restrictions: ◦ The <user name> is case-sensitive. The <contact info> must be a maximum of 20 characters long and includes all alphanumeric characters, the dash, the underscore, and spaces.
  • Page 28: Show Password Settings

    ◦ The character set includes all printable characters. ◦ You must specify the password when in SCRIPT MODE. SHOW PASSWORD SETTINGS Command: SHOW PASSWORD SETTINGS Description: Displays the current minimum password length and strong password settings Access level/Bay level: All users Restrictions: None Example:...
  • Page 29: Sleep

    Access level/Bay level: Restrictions: The <user name> is case-sensitive. Users who do not have OA Administrator or OA Operator access levels can view only their user information. Example: OA-0018FE27577F> SHOW USER Local User "Administrator" Information: Full name: System Administrator Contact Info: User Rights: Admin Account Status: Enabled Server Bay Access List: 1 1A 1B 2 2A 2B 3 3A 3B 4 4A 4B 5 5A 5B 6 6A 6B...
  • Page 30: Unassign Oa

    UNASSIGN OA Command: UNASSIGN OA {"<user name>" | LDAP GROUP "<LDAP group name>"} Description: Removes the Onboard Administrator from the control of the user that it is currently assigned Access level/Bay level: OA Administrator Restrictions: The <user name> is case-sensitive. User account commands...
  • Page 31: Two-factor Authentication Commands

    6 Two-Factor Authentication commands DISABLE CRL Command: DISABLE CRL Description: Disables certificate revocation checks Access level/Bay level: OA Administrator Restrictions: None DISABLE TWOFACTOR Command: DISABLE TWOFACTOR Description: Disables Two-Factor Authentication Access level/Bay level: OA Administrator Restrictions: None DOWNLOAD CA CERTIFICATE Command: DOWNLOAD CA CERTIFICATE "<url>"...
  • Page 32: Download User Certificate

    DOWNLOAD USER CERTIFICATE Command: DOWNLOAD USER CERTIFICATE "<user name>" <url> Description: ◦ Downloads an x.509 certificate for the user from <url>. The file at <url> must be a Base64 PEM encoded file. ◦ Downloads a CA certificate used in Two-Factor Authentication. Access level/Bay level: OA Administrator Restrictions:...
  • Page 33: Show Twofactor Info

    OA-0016355E560A> SHOW CA CERTIFICATE Details for ca certificate 1 certificateVersion issuerOrganization = ca.com issuerOrganizationalUnit = IT Infrastructure issuerCommonName = Hewlett-Packard Primary Class 2 Certification Authority subjectOrganization = hp.com subjectOrganizationalUnit = IT Infrastructure subjectCommonName = Hewlett-Packard Primary Class 2 Certification Authority validFrom...
  • Page 34: Directory Commands

    7 Directory commands ADD LDAP CERTIFICATE Command: ADD LDAP CERTIFICATE <end marker> <certificate> <end marker> Description: Adds an LDAP certificate on the command line. To add the certificate: Start with a string that does not appear within the certificate (the end marker). Paste the certificate.
  • Page 35: Assign Oa Ldap Group

    Access level/Bay level: OA Administrator Restrictions: None ASSIGN OA LDAP GROUP Command: ASSIGN OA {"<user name>" | LDAP GROUP "<LDAP group name>"} Description: Assigns the specified group access to the Onboard Administrator. Access level/Bay level: OA Administrator Restrictions: None DISABLE LDAP NOTE: If LDAP is enabled, local accounts are disabled, and the LDAP server becomes unavailable, you can recover by booting into Lost Password mode.
  • Page 36: Enable Ldap

    ENABLE LDAP NOTE: If LDAP is enabled, local accounts are disabled, and the LDAP server becomes unavailable, you can recover by booting into Lost Password mode. When booting in Lost Password mode, the local Administrator password will be reset, LDAP is disabled, and Local Logins are re-enabled.
  • Page 37: Set Ldap Group Access

    SET LDAP GROUP ACCESS Command SET LDAP GROUP ACCESS "<group name>" {ADMINISTRATOR | OPERATOR | USER} Description: ◦ Sets the LDAP group access level. ◦ Additionally, use the ASSIGN OA command to give a user or group rights to the Onboard Administrator.
  • Page 38: Set Ldap Port

    SET LDAP PORT Command: SET LDAP PORT <port number> Description: Sets the TCP port number of the LDAP SSL service. Port 636 is the standard value. Access level/Bay level: OA Administrator Restrictions: The valid port number range is 1 to 65535. SET LDAP SEARCH Command: SET LDAP SEARCH {1|2|3} "<search content>"...
  • Page 39: Show Ldap Group

    Restrictions: None Example: OA-0016355E560A> SHOW LDAP CERTIFICATE 1 Certificate name: 17D6A5ECBF51A1A47D44C1CDD29D19EE.pem -----BEGIN CERTIFICATE----- MIIHIzCCBgugAwIBAgIKFTKZbQAAAFx1EDANBgkqhkiG9w0BAQUFADB4MRMwEQYK CZImiZPyLGQBGRYDbmV0MRcwFQYKCZImiZPyLGQBGRYHY3BxY29ycDEbMBkGCgmS JomT8ixkARkWC2FzaWFwYWNpZmljMSswKQYDVQQDEyJIUFEgSXNzdWluZyBDQSBB c2lhLVBhY2lmaWMgUmVnaW9uMB4XDTA3MTAyMDIyMzU0M1oXDTA5MTAxOTIyMzU0 M1owKTEnMCUGA1UEAxMeY2NlZ2NhbTAxLmFtZXJpY2FzLmhwcWNvcnAubmV0MIGf MA0GCSqGSIb3DQEBAQUAA4GNADCBiQKBgQDNYsB8T6rJhJQXbKvM5JLi6EXNAtFL ayV11QVyrtjRtOjRGySwFCk9KNzRS7PIP/p9gH20Ic+ZvgX0fRPnnU/2imMeTGr2 raIYGRSFBJ4sCpAP87m/7Hzk0kiyZ+7KJq92Q61Pipkea....-----END CERTIFICATE----- SHOW LDAP GROUP Command: SHOW LDAP GROUP {LIST | "<group name>"} Description: This command displays the LDAP group information. If you specify LIST, then a list of all the LDAP groups appears.
  • Page 40: Test Ldap

    Restrictions: None Example: OA-0018FE27577F> SHOW LDAP INFO Directory Services (LDAP) Enabled : Disabled Local Users Enabled : Enabled NT Name Mapping : Disabled Directory Server Directory Server SSL Port : 0 Search Context #1 Search Context #2 Search Context #3 TEST LDAP Command: TEST LDAP ["<user name>"] ["<password>"]...
  • Page 41: Unassign Oa Ldap Group

    UNASSIGN OA LDAP GROUP Command: UNASSIGN OA {"<user name>" | LDAP GROUP "<LDAP group name>"} Description: Disables access to the Onboard Administrator for the group specified Access level/Bay level: OA Administrator Restrictions: None UNASSIGN OA LDAP GROUP...
  • Page 42: Hp Sim Commands

    8 HP SIM commands ADD HPSIM CERTIFICATE Command: ADD HPSIM CERTIFICATE <end marker> <certificate> <end marker> Description: Adds an HP SIM certificate on the command line: Start with a string that does not appear within the certificate (the end marker). Paste the certificate.
  • Page 43: Set Hpsim Trust Mode

    SET HPSIM TRUST MODE Command: SET HPSIM TRUST MODE {CERTIFICATE [ON] | DISABLED [OFF]} Description: Enables or disables the HP SIM SSO mode. When enabled, the trusted applications can access the Onboard Administrator GUI data without requiring additional authentication. Access level/Bay level: OA Administrator Restrictions: The CERTIFICATE (On) mode trusts only applications with certificates that have been uploaded...
  • Page 44: General Management Commands

    9 General management commands DOWNLOAD OA CERTIFICATE Command: DOWNLOAD OA CERTIFICATE [<bay number>] <url> Description: ◦ Downloads a CA supplied pkcs#7 file to replace the current security certificate on Onboard Administrator specified by <bay number>. If you omit <bay number>, then the current Onboard Administrator is targeted.
  • Page 45: Generate Certificate Prompts

    Generate certificate prompts Prompt Description Restrictions OA Host Name (CN) This is the most important field. This is the Must be 1 to 60 characters long. To prevent Onboard Administrator name that appears in security alerts, the value of this field must match the browser web address box.
  • Page 46: Set Device Serial_number Blade

    Access level/Bay level: Restrictions: The <ip address> must be in the form ###.###.###.###, where each ### ranges from 0 to 255. SET DEVICE SERIAL_NUMBER BLADE Command: SET DEVICE SERIAL_NUMBER BLADE <bay number> "<serial number>" Description: Sets the serial number of the specified Storage, Tape, or I/O expansion blade. Access level/Bay level: OA Administrator Restrictions:...
  • Page 47: Set Script Mode

    SET SCRIPT MODE Command: SET SCRIPT [MODE] {ON | OFF} Description: ◦ Ceases all prompting and verifying of entries when SCRIPT MODE is on. ◦ The ADD USER command must have a password argument if executed in SCRIPT MODE. ◦ Default values are used for any parameters that would normally require user interaction.
  • Page 48: Show Device Serial_number Blade

    SHOW SERVER STATUS ALL SHOW SERVER TEMP ALL SHOW PARTITION DVD SHOW SERVER POWERDELAY ALL SHOW SERVER BOOT ALL SHOW SYSLOG SERVER ALL SHOW SYSLOG ILO ALL SHOW TOPOLOGY SHOW USBKEY SHOW USER(current user) SHOW USER SESSIONS SHOW USER LIST SHOW LDAP INFO SHOW LDAP CERTIFICATE SHOW LDAP GROUP LIST...
  • Page 49: Show Interconnect Sessions

    Access level/Bay level: ◦ ◦ Bay specific Restrictions: Dependent on bay privileges Example: OA-0016355E560A> SHOW DEVICE SERIAL_NUMBER BLADE Serial number: USM81500RP SHOW INTERCONNECT SESSIONS Command: SHOW INTERCONNECT SESSIONS Description: Displays which users have serial console sessions in progress for each interconnect Access level/Bay level: ◦...
  • Page 50 Access level/Bay level: ◦ OA Administrator, OA Operator Restrictions: None Example: [MFG Shell Enabled]iduno-oa> show user sessions Username Idle Type IP Address -------- ----------- ---------- ----- ---------------- Administrator 3s 0s Local 16.127.73.207 Administrator 2h 53m 56s 2h 53m 52s Local 16.191.144.136 Administrator 6h 24m 30s 3m 45s Local 16.119.117.151...
  • Page 51: 10 Enclosure Bay Ip Addressing Commands

    10 Enclosure Bay IP Addressing commands ADD EBIPA Command: ADD EBIPA { BLADE | INTERCONNECT } DNS <ip address> [ { , | - } <bay number> ] NOTE: SERVER is a valid alias for BLADE. Description: Adds a DNS server IP address to the list of DNS servers for either BLADE bays or INTERCONNECT bays Access Level/Bay level: Administrator, Operator...
  • Page 52: Remove Ebipa

    NOTE: SERVER is a valid alias for BLADE. Description: Enables the Onboard Administrator to provide IP addresses to the devices in the bays using DHCP. If you do not specify any bay numbers, then EBIPA is enabled for all bays. DHCP traffic from iLO and the switch modules can no longer go outside the enclosure.
  • Page 53: Show Ebipa

    If no bays are specified when setting the <ip address>, then all the bays are assigned an IP address in the range starting from the <ip address>. The keyword NONE can be used in the place of <ip address>, <netmask>, or <gateway> to clear the IP address.
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  • Page 55: 1 Enclosure Network Configuration Commands

    1 1 Enclosure network configuration commands ADD OA DNS Command: ADD OA DNS [<bay number>] <ip address> Description: Adds an IP address of a DNS server to the list. DNS servers are used if the system is configured to use a static IP address. If a bay number is not specified, the command defaults to the active Onboard Administrator.
  • Page 56: Add Trusted Host

    Access level/Bay level: Administrator Restrictions: ◦ SSHKEY is only available for the Administrator local account. ◦ The SSHKEY string is limited to 8 KB. ADD TRUSTED HOST Command: ADD TRUSTED HOST <ip address> Description: Adds an IP address to the list of systems permitted connectivity with the Onboard Administrator. Access level /Bay level: OA Administrator, OA Operator Restrictions:...
  • Page 57: Disable Alertmail

    OA Bays Restrictions: ◦ All blades in the enclosure must be powered off before clearing the VCMODE. ◦ The enclosure is no longer managed by Virtual Connect, and blades revert to default Ethernet MAC and Fibre Channel WWN assignments. Virtual Connect might disconnect the servers from Ethernet networks and Fibre Channel fabrics.
  • Page 58: Disable Securesh

    DISABLE SECURESH Command: DISABLE SECURESH Description: Disables SSH access to the Onboard Administrator. Disabling SSH prevents access to the web-based user interface and the SSH terminal interface until a terminal session re-enables the SSH protocol. Access level/Bay level: OA Administrator, OA Operator Restrictions: None DISABLE SNMP...
  • Page 59: Disable Trusted Host

    DISABLE TRUSTED HOST Command: DISABLE TRUSTED HOST Description: Disables the host-based access to the Onboard Administrator. Disabling TRUSTED HOSTS allows all hosts to connect to the Onboard Administrator. Access level/Bay level: OA Administrator Restrictions: None DISABLE XMLREPLY Command: DISABLE XMLREPLY Description: Disables XML reply data return over the HTTP port Access level/Bay level:...
  • Page 60: Download Sshkey

    To execute a configuration script from a USB key, use usb://<directory name>/<script file name>. To execute a configuration script from archive storage, use the URI shown by the SHOW ARCHIVE command. Access level/Bay level: OA Administrator Restrictions: ◦ You must format the <url> as protocol://host/path/file. ◦...
  • Page 61: Enable Https

    Access level/Bay level: OA Administrator, Operator Restrictions: When using enclosure IP mode, only replace the standby OA module while the enclosure is powered on to ensure persistence of Enclosure IP Mode settings. ENABLE HTTPS Command: ENABLE HTTPS Description: Enables HTTPS access to the Onboard Administrator Access level/Bay level: OA Administrator, OA Operator Restrictions:...
  • Page 62: Enable Telnet

    ENABLE TELNET Command: ENABLE TELNET Description: Enables Telnet access to the Onboard Administrator Access level/Bay level: OA Administrator, OA Operator Restrictions: None ENABLE TRUSTED HOST Command: ENABLE TRUSTED HOST Description: Enables IP security for the Onboard Administrator Access level/Bay level: OA Administrator Restrictions: None...
  • Page 63: Test Wsman

    TEST WSMAN Command: TEST WSMAN Description: Sends a test WS-Management notification to subscribed clients. Access level/Bay level: OA Administrator Restrictions: You must be connected to the monarch OA to perform this command. REMOVE OA DNS Command: REMOVE OA DNS [<OA bay number>] <ip address> Description: ◦...
  • Page 64: Remove Trusted Host

    REMOVE TRUSTED HOST Command: REMOVE TRUSTED HOST <ip address> Description: Removes an IP address from the list of systems permitted to connect to the Onboard Administrator Access level/Bay level: OA Administrator, OA Operator Restrictions: The <ip address> must be in the form ###.###.###.### or ###.###.###.###/##, where each ### ranges from 0 to 255 and each ## from 0 to 32.
  • Page 65: Set Oa Gateway

    Access level/Bay level Administrator, OA Operator Restrictions: The <ip address> must be in the form ###.###.###.###, where each ### ranges from 0 to 255. SET OA GATEWAY Command: SET OA GATEWAY [<bay number>] <ip address> Description: ◦ Sets the network default gateway. ◦...
  • Page 66: Set Ipconfig

    Access level/Bay level: Restrictions: None SET IPCONFIG Command: SET IPCONFIG {DHCP | STATIC} [<OA bay number>] [DYNAMICDNS] <ip address> <netmask> [<gateway> [<DNS1address> [<DNS2 address>]]] Description: ◦ Configures IP settings for the Onboard Administrator to DHCP mode or static mode. ◦ In STATIC mode, the IP address and Netmask are set to <ip address>...
  • Page 67: Set Snmp Contact

    ◦ The default read community name is public. ◦ The default write community name is public. SET SNMP CONTACT Command: SET SNMP CONTACT "<contact>" Description: Configures the name of the system contact. The default contact is blank. Access level/Bay level: OA Administrator, OA Operator Restrictions: The <contact>...
  • Page 68 ◦ SSH status ◦ Telnet status ◦ NTP status ◦ Trusted Host status ◦ HPSIM Trust Mode status ◦ AlertMail status ◦ XML Reply status ◦ WSMan status ◦ Link Loss Failover status ◦ GUI Login Detail status Access level/Bay level: Restrictions: None Example:...
  • Page 69: Show Snmp

    SHOW SNMP Command: SHOW SNMP Description: Displays: ◦ Status ◦ SNMP system name ◦ Location ◦ Contact ◦ Read community name ◦ Write community name ◦ List of the trap destinations Access level/Bay level: OA Administrator, OA Operator, OA user Restrictions: None Example:...
  • Page 70: Show Sshkey

    SHOW SSHKEY Command: SHOW SSHKEY Description: Displays the contents of the existing SSH authorized key files Access level/Bay level: Administrator Restrictions: None Example: Firmware Version: 2.20 Built: 04/14/2008 @ 14:04 OA Bay Number: OA Role: Active Authenticating with public key "rsa-key-123456789" TEST ALERTMAIL Command: TEST ALERTMAIL...
  • Page 71: 12 Enclosure Management Commands

    12 Enclosure management commands CLEAR SYSLOG CAUTION: You cannot restore this information after you delete it. Command: CLEAR SYSLOG {ENCLOSURE | OA <bay number>} Description: Clears the Onboard Administrator system log. If you do not specify a bay number, the Active Onboard Administrator system log is cleared.
  • Page 72: Enable Llf

    Access level/Bay level: OA Administrator Restriction: None ENABLE LLF Command: ENABLE LLF Description: Enables Link Loss Failover for Onboard Administrator Redundancy. Access level/Bay level: Operator, Administrator Restrictions: You must have OA permission to perform this command. POWEROFF XFABRIC Command: POWEROFF XFABRIC Description: Powers off all Xbar Fabric modules Access level/Bay level:...
  • Page 73: Restart Oa

    RESTART OA Command: RESTART OA [<bay number>] Description: Resets the Onboard Administrator module specified by <bay number>. If no bay number is given, then the Onboard Administrator the user is logged in to is restarted. Access level/Bay level: OA Administrator, OA Operator Restrictions: None SET DISPLAY EVENTS...
  • Page 74: Set Enclosure Name

    SET ENCLOSURE NAME Command: SET ENCLOSURE NAME "<enclosure name>" Description: ◦ Changes the enclosure name. ◦ The default enclosure name is the mid-plane serial number. Access level/Bay level: OA Administrator, OA Operator Restrictions: The <enclosure name> must be 1 to 32 characters long and includes all alphanumeric, underscore (_), and dash (-) characters.
  • Page 75: Set Enclosure Serial_number

    SET ENCLOSURE SERIAL_NUMBER Command: SET ENCLOSURE SERIAL_NUMBER "<serial number>" Description: Sets the enclosure serial number. Access level/Bay level: OA Administrator Restrictions: Must be 10 characters in length and includes all alphanumeric, underscore (_), and dash (-) characters. SET ENCLOSURE UID Command: SET ENCLOSURE UID {ON | OFF} Description:...
  • Page 76: Set Power Mode

    SET POWER MODE Command: SET POWER MODE {NOTREDUNDANT | REDUNDANT | POWERSUPPLY} Description: ◦ Configures power settings to ensure a specified level of redundancy. ◦ The NOTREDUNDANT setting includes all healthy power supplies in the enclosure power capacity. The loss of even a single power supply might result in oversubscription. CAUTION: HP does not recommend the NOTREDUNDANT setting for production systems.
  • Page 77: Set Timezone

    ◦ The Dynamic Power Savings mode is established at the complex level and is managed from the Monarch OA. A change in Dynamic Power Savings mode is propagated to all OAs in the complex. ◦ Automatically turns on additional supplies as needed in response to rapid increases in load.
  • Page 78: Show Date

    SET TIMEZONE CST6CDT #SET DATE MMDDhhmm{{CC}YY} #Set Enclosure Information SET ENCLOSURE ASSET TAG "" SET ENCLOSURE NAME "sphere" SET RACK NAME "UnnamedRack" SET POWER MODE REDUNDANT SET POWER SAVINGS ON #Power limit must be within the range of 5400-32800 SET POWER LIMIT OFF #Enclosure Dynamic Power Cap must be within the range of 1353-15644 SET ENCLOSURE POWER_CAP OFF SET ENCLOSURE POWER_CAP_BAYS_TO_EXCLUDE None...
  • Page 79: Show Enclosure Fan

    Restrictions: None Example: OA-0018FE27577F> SHOW DISPLAY EVENTS Display Events is set to OFF. SHOW ENCLOSURE FAN Command: SHOW ENCLOSURE FAN {<fan number> | ALL} Description: Displays information about, and current status of the specified enclosure fan Access level/Bay level: Restrictions: None Example: OA-0018FE27577F>...
  • Page 80: Show Enclosure Lcd

    ◦ Enclosure part number ◦ Serial number ◦ UUID ◦ Asset tag ◦ Midplane spare part number ◦ Solutions ID ◦ Power Distribution Unit information ◦ Onboard Administrator Tray information Access level/Bay level: Restrictions: None Example: oa_hostname> show enclosure info Enclosure Information: Enclosure Number: 1 Enclosure Name: OA-00A1B2C3D4E5...
  • Page 81: Show Enclosure Powersupply

    Status: OK Display: On Name: BladeSystem c7000 Insight Display Spare Part Number: 441203-001 Manufacturer: HP Fw Version: 2.2.2 Diagnostic Status: Internal Data SHOW ENCLOSURE POWERSUPPLY IMPORTANT: In a complex with one or more failed power supplies it is possible for attempts to power on servers to fail if the resulting power allocation would result in the Power Redundancy Status becoming Failed.
  • Page 82: Show Enclosure Status

    sphere-oa2> show enclosure powersupply 1 Power Supply #1 Information: Status: OK AC Input Status: OK Capacity: 2400 Watts Current Power Output: 275 Watts Serial Number: 5AGUD0AHLWW1V2 Product Name: HP 2400W HE PSU Part Number: 499253-B21 Spare Part Number: 500242-001 Product Ver: 01 Diagnostic Status: Internal Data Device Failure...
  • Page 83: Show Enclosure Temp

    Fan 3: 14000 RPM (78%) Fan 4: 14000 RPM (78%) Fan 5: 14000 RPM (78%) Fan 6: 14000 RPM (78%) Fan 7: 14000 RPM (78%) Fan 8: 14000 RPM (78%) Fan 9: 14000 RPM (78%) Fan 10: 14000 RPM (78%) Fan 11: 14000 RPM (78%) Fan 12: 14000 RPM (78%) Fan 13: 14000 RPM (78%)
  • Page 84: Show Fru

    SHOW FRU Command: SHOW FRU Description: ◦ The FRU Summary section provides information on all field replaceable units within the enclosure. ◦ Information provided in this section can quickly aid the administrator in contacting HP Customer Service for troubleshooting, repair, and ordering replacements. Access level/Bay level: ◦...
  • Page 85 Manufacturer: HP Serial Number: IL21300010 PCA Serial Number: IL21300010 Part Number: 661692-001 Spare Part Number: 656088-001 Product Ver: B1 Adaptive Fabric Adapter 1 Model: HP FlexFabric 10Gb 2-port 554FLB Adapter Manufacturer: HP Serial Number: N/A PCA Serial Number: WD15BK0831 Part Number: 647586-B21 Spare Part Number: 649940-001 Product Ver: X2 Interconnect 1...
  • Page 86: Show Oa

    Valid until: 2017-01-29T09:54:30Z Serial Number: 1A:TT:66:77:FF:2D Version: 1 MD5 Fingerprint: F08:87:33:89:D9:E1:W3:BC:6D:88:C1:77:A4:KI:DC:AA SHA1 Fingerprint: 78:B8:14:09:ED:98:66:3D:58:ED:C2:U5:80:AB:78:4L:4B:4F:12:34 Subject: Common Name (CN): OA-1234FE27577F Country (C): State or Province (ST): City or Locality (L): Organization Name (0): Hewlett-Packard Organizational Unit: Onboard Administrator Enclosure management commands...
  • Page 87: Show Oa Info

    SHOW OA INFO Command: SHOW OA INFO [ALL | <bay number> [{ , | - } <bay number>]] Description: Displays information about the Onboard Administrator. If the Onboard Administrator is not specified, the command defaults to the Active Onboard Administrator. Access level/Bay level: Restrictions: None...
  • Page 88: Show Oa Status

    Enclosure IP Mode: Not Supported SHOW OA STATUS Command: SHOW OA STATUS [ALL | <bay number> [{ , | - } <bay number>]] Description: Displays health status for the Onboard Administrator. If you do not specify the Onboard Administrator, the command defaults to the Active Onboard Administrator. Access level/Bay level: Restrictions: None...
  • Page 89: Show Syslog

    SHOW SYSLOG Command: SHOW SYSLOG {BLADE <bay number> | ENCLOSURE | OA <bay number> | SETTINGS} NOTE: SERVER is a valid alias for BLADE. Description: Displays the syslog of the enclosure with 22 lines per screen. To quit the command, enter Q. Any other key shows the next screen, when there is more information to display.
  • Page 90: Show Syslog Oa

    SHOW SYSLOG OA Command: SHOW SYSLOG OA [<bay number>] Description: Displays the syslog for the Onboard Administrator. If no bay number is given, then the Active Onboard Administrator syslog appears. Access level/Bay level: Restrictions: None Example: OA-0018FE27577F> SHOW SYSLOG OA 2 16:21:22 in.ftpd[25446]: connection from 12.34.567.890 2 16:21:24...
  • Page 91: Show Vcmode

    SHOW VCMODE Command: SHOW VCMODE Description: Displays Virtual Connect Mode settings Access level/Bay level: Restrictions: None Example: OA-0018FE27577F> SHOW VCMODE Virtual Connect Mode: Disabled UPLOAD CONFIG Command: UPLOAD CONFIG { "<url>" | ARCHIVE "<filename>" | USB "<filename>" Description: Uploads a script to the specified URL or URI, which duplicates the current runtime configuration. Supported protocols are FTP, TFTP, USB, and Archive Storage.
  • Page 92: 13 Complex Management Commands

    13 Complex management commands CLEAR NTP Command: CLEAR NTP {PRIMARY | SECONDARY} Description: Disables access to the Primary or Secondary NTP server Access level/Bay level: OA Administrator Restrictions: ◦ You must be connected to the monarch OA. ◦ Clearing the Primary NTP server disables NTP. DISABLE NTP Command: DISABLE NTP...
  • Page 93: Restart Complex

    RESTART COMPLEX CAUTION: This command ungracefully halts all processing across the HP Integrity Superdome 2 complex. This can cause partitions in the complex to lose data and possibly become unstable. Do not use this command unless you have tried the following recovery methods: Restarting the OA with the RESTART OA command.
  • Page 94: Set Date

    SET DATE Command: SET DATE MMDDhhmm [[CC]YY][TZ] Description: Sets the date of the complex with the following definitions: ◦ MM: Month ◦ DD: Day ◦ hh: Hour (24-hour time) ◦ mm: Minute ◦ CC: Century ◦ YY: Year ◦ TZ: Time zone If you leave the time zone variable blank, then the current time zone is left in effect.
  • Page 95: Set Ntp Secondary

    SET NTP SECONDARY Command: SET NTP SECONDARY <ip address>> Description: Sets the secondary server used for synchronizing time and date using the NTP protocol Access level/Bay level: OA Administrator, OA Operator Restrictions: ◦ You must be connected to the monarch OA. ◦...
  • Page 96: Show Complex Status

    Serial Number: Unset Complex Type: 03000102 Configured Complex FW Revision: 0.6.35 SHOW COMPLEX STATUS Command: SHOW COMPLEX STATUS Description: Displays complex operational status information: ◦ Overall complex status ◦ Complex enclosure ID status ◦ Complex enclosure status ◦ Complex robust store status ◦...
  • Page 97: 14 Blade Management Commands

    14 Blade management commands SET NIC Command: SET NIC {AUTO | FORCED} Description: Configures the external NIC for auto-negotiation or forced link settings. Access level/Bay level: OA Administrator Restrictions: None SET BLADE POWERDELAY Command: SET BLADE POWERDELAY {ALL | <bay number> [{ - | , } <bay number>]} {number of seconds to delay power | NOPOWERON} NOTE: SERVER is a valid alias for BLADE.
  • Page 98: Show Blade Info

    SHOW BLADE INFO Command: SHOW BLADE INFO {ALL | <bay number> [{ , | - } <bay number>]} NOTE: SERVER is a valid alias for BLADE. Description: Displays the following fields: ◦ Type ◦ Manufacturer ◦ Product name ◦ Part number ◦...
  • Page 99: Show Blade List

    Firmware Bundle Revision: 0.6.35 nPartition Revision: Unknown cpusocket-1/1/0: Intel Itanium 9300 series 1330 MHz Board Product Name: TUK_C0_1316 Serial Number: SGH848413K Assembly Part Number: AH339-2006A EDC: XA01 dimm-1/1/0/1: 1024 MB dimm-1/1/0/2: empty dimm-1/1/0/3: empty dimm-1/1/0/4: empty dimm-1/1/0/5: empty dimm-1/1/0/6: empty dimm-1/1/0/7: empty dimm-1/1/0/8: 1024 MB dimm-1/1/0/9: 1024 MB...
  • Page 100: Show Blade Names

    1 iLO-00237dd565f4 16.93.73.240 2 iLO-00237dd55598 15.255.103.130 3 iLO-00237dd56500 16.93.73.86 4 iLO-00237dd56584 16.93.73.121 5 iLO-002264fddbec 16.93.73.73 6 iLO-00237dd5651a 16.93.73.15 7 iLO-00237dd5556e 16.93.72.122 8 [Absent] 9 [Subsumed] 10 [Subsumed] 11 [Subsumed] 12 [Subsumed] 13 [Subsumed] 14 [Subsumed] 15 [Subsumed] 16 [Absent] Totals: 7 server blades installed, 2 powered on. SHOW BLADE NAMES Command: SHOW BLADE NAMES...
  • Page 101: Show Blade Powerdelay

    NOTE: SERVER is a valid alias for BLADE. Description: Displays the port mapping for the blade specified by the bay number Access level/Bay level: ◦ ◦ Bay specific Restrictions: ◦ You must have access to the specified bay number. ◦ This command is not applicable to storage blades.
  • Page 102: Show Blade Status

    Restrictions: You must have access to the specified bay number. Example: OA-0018FE27577F> SHOW SERVER POWERDELAY ALL Current PowerDelay Status: Not in Progress Device PowerDelay State Delay (seconds) -------------------------------- ------------ Absent Disabled Absent Disabled Absent Disabled Subsumed Disabled ProLiant BL2x220c G5 Disabled ProLiant BL2x220c G5 Disabled...
  • Page 103: Show Blade Temp

    Access level/Bay level: Restrictions: None Example: sphere-oa2> show blade status 1 Blade #1 Status: Power: On Current Wattage used: 1325 Watts Health: OK Unit Identification LED: Off Diagnostic Status: Internal Data Management Processor OK I/O Configuration Power Cooling Device Failure Device Degraded Device Info Firmware Mismatch...
  • Page 104: 15 Iox Enclosure Management Commands

    15 IOX enclosure management commands SHOW IOX INFO Command: SHOW IOX INFO { ALL | <iox_number> {[ - | , ] <iox_number>} } Description: Displays the following fields: ◦ Model ◦ Manufacturer ◦ Part number ◦ Serial number ◦ Power supply bays ◦...
  • Page 105: Show Iox List

    SHOW IOX LIST Command: SHOW IOX LIST Description: Displays the IOX enclosure list. Access level/Bay level: Restrictions: None Example: oa-hostname> show iox list Bay IOX Type Power: Bay 1 Power: Bay 2 Health --- --------------------- ------------ ------------ ----------------- ------- 5 Superdome IOX 6 [Absent] 7 [Absent] 8 [Absent]...
  • Page 106: Show Iox Status

    SHOW IOX STATUS Command: SHOW IOX STATUS { ALL | <iox_number> {[ - | , ] <iox_number> }} Description: Displays IO expansion enclosure status information: ◦ Status ◦ Power state of I/O bays ◦ UID state ◦ Diagnostic status ◦ Power subsystem status ◦...
  • Page 107 Link 2: OK Link N: FAILED IO Slots Status: Slot Status ---- ---- ----------------- SHOW IOX STATUS 107...
  • Page 108: 16 Interconnect Management Commands

    16 Interconnect management commands ASSIGN INTERCONNECT Command: ASSIGN INTERCONNECT {ALL | <bay number> [{ , | - } <bay number>]} {"<user name> | LDAP GROUP <LDAP group name>"} Description: Assigns interconnects specified to an existing user or group Access level/Bay level: OA Administrator Restrictions: None...
  • Page 109: Poweroff Interconnect

    POWEROFF INTERCONNECT Command: POWEROFF INTERCONNECT {ALL | <bay number> [{ - | , } <bay number>]} Description: Sends a request to power off the interconnect module Access level/Bay level: ◦ Administrator, operator ◦ Bay specific Restrictions: You must have explicit access to a bay given by the ASSIGN INTERCONNECT command. POWERON INTERCONNECT Command: POWERON INTERCONNECT {ALL | <bay number>...
  • Page 110: Set Interconnect Powerdelay

    SET INTERCONNECT POWERDELAY Command: SET INTERCONNECT POWERDELAY {ALL | <bay number> [{ - | , } <bay number>]} {number of seconds to delay power | NOPOWERON} Description: Sets the PowerDelay status for the specified interconnect or range of interconnects. If the delay is zero, the delay has no effect on the device.
  • Page 111: Show Gpsm Info

    SHOW GPSM INFO Command: SHOW GPSM INFO { ALL | <gpsm_number> {[ - | , ] <gpsm_number>} } Description: Displays: ◦ Model ◦ Manufacturer ◦ Part Number ◦ Spare Part Number ◦ Serial Number ◦ Engineering Date Code ◦ Firmware Bundle Revision Access level/Bay level: Restrictions: None...
  • Page 112: Show Interconnect Info

    Unit Identification LED: Off Diagnostic Status: Internal Data Management Processor OK Firmware Mismatch Indicted SHOW INTERCONNECT INFO Command: SHOW INTERCONNECT INFO [ALL | <bay number> | <bay number>-<bay number>] Description: Displays: ◦ Interconnect type ◦ Product name ◦ Width ◦ Part number ◦...
  • Page 113: Show Interconnect List

    Internal Ethernet Route to OA: Enabled Internal Serial Interface to OA: Absent Internal Serial Route to OA: Disabled External Serial Port Interface: Present External Ethernet Interface: Present 2. Ethernet Product Name: HP 1/10Gb VC-Enet Module Width: Single URL to Management interface: http://16.84.189.186/ In-Band IPv4 Address: 16.84.189.186 User Assigned Name: Part Number: 399593-B22...
  • Page 114: Show Interconnect Port Map

    SHOW INTERCONNECT PORT MAP Command: SHOW INTERCONNECT PORT MAP {ALL | <bay number> | <bay number>-<bay number>} Description: Displays the port mapping for the interconnect specified by the bay number Access level/Bay level: ◦ ◦ Bay specific Restrictions: You must have explicit access to a bay given by the ASSIGN INTERCONNECT command. Example: OA-0018FE27577F>...
  • Page 115: Show Interconnect Status

    Cisco Catalyst Blade Switch 3120 Disabled Absent Disabled Absent Disabled Absent Disabled SHOW INTERCONNECT STATUS Command: SHOW INTERCONNECT STATUS {ALL | <bay number> | <bay number>-<bay number>} Description: Displays interconnect status information; UID state and health state Access level/Bay level: ◦...
  • Page 116 Description: Displays: ◦ Model ◦ Manufacturer ◦ Part Number ◦ Spare Part Number ◦ Serial Number ◦ Engineering Date Code ◦ Firmware Bundle Revision Access level/Bay level: Restrictions: None Example: sphere-oa2> show xfm info all Bay 1 XFM Information: Model: XFM Manufacturer: HP Part Number: AH341-60101 Spare Part Number: AH341-60101...
  • Page 117: Show Xfm List

    SHOW XFM LIST Command: SHOW XFM LIST Description: Displays the Xbar Fabric module list. Access level/Bay level: Restrictions: None Example: sphere-oa2> show xfm list Bay XFM Type Power Health --- ----------------------------- --------- ------------------- --------- 1 XFM 2 XFM 3 XFM 4 XFM SHOW XFM STATUS Command:...
  • Page 118 Link 7: Unknown Link 8: Unknown 1 18 Interconnect management commands...
  • Page 119: 17 Enclosure Dvd Commands

    17 Enclosure DVD commands SHOW DVD INFO Command: SHOW DVD INFO Description: Displays: ◦ Model ◦ Manufacturer ◦ Part Number ◦ Spare Part Number ◦ Serial Number ◦ Engineering Date Code Access level/Bay level: Restrictions: None Example: sphere-oa2> show dvd info DVD Information: Model: DVD module Manufacturer: HP...
  • Page 120: Set Dvd Uid

    Unit Identification LED: Off Diagnostic Status: Internal Data Power Missing Device SET DVD UID Command: SET DVD UID {ON | OFF} Description: Sets the DVD UID. Access level/Bay level ◦ Restrictions: None Example: festival-oa> help set dvd uid on SET DVD UID { ON | OFF }: Toggle the UID (Unit Identification LED) on the DVD. festival-oa>...
  • Page 121: 18 Remote Syslog Commands

    18 Remote syslog commands DISABLE SYSLOG REMOTE Command: DISABLE SYSLOG REMOTE Description: Disables remote system logging Access level/Bay level: OA Administrator, OA Operator Restrictions: You must be operator or administrator with OA permission to perform this command. ENABLE SYSLOG REMOTE Command: ENABLE SYSLOG REMOTE Description:...
  • Page 122: Show Syslog Settings

    Access level/Bay level: OA Administrator, OA Operator Restrictions: None SHOW SYSLOG SETTINGS Command: SHOW SYSLOG SETTINGS Description: Displays the remote syslog settings for the Onboard Administrator Access level/Bay level: Operator, Administrator Restrictions: You must have OA permission to perform this command. Example: OA-0018FE27577F>...
  • Page 123: 19 Usb Support Commands

    19 USB support commands DOWNLOAD CONFIG using USB key Command: DOWNLOAD CONFIG <url> Description: Downloads a saved configuration file from a specific IP host. The file is not checked for errors but is automatically executed in SCRIPT MODE. Supported protocols are HTTP, FTP, TFTP, and USB.
  • Page 124: Upload Config Using Usb Key

    UPLOAD CONFIG using USB key Command: UPLOAD CONFIG { "<url>" | ARCHIVE "<filename>" | USB "<filename>" Description: Uploads a script to the specified url which duplicates the current runtime configuration. Supported protocols are ftp, tftp, usb and archive. The url should be formatted as protocol://host/path/filename.
  • Page 125: 20 Icap Commands

    20 iCAP commands For more information on using iCAP commands, see the HP Instant Capacity user guide for Version 10.x. ICAPSTATUS Command: ICAPSTATUS Description: Allows a display of the Superdome 2 system iCAP status in a format similar to an HP UX-based icapstatus.
  • Page 126: Icapmodify

    ICAPMODIFY Command: ICAPMODIFY Description: ◦ Allows setting some configuration options, including notification email address and iCAP system ID. ◦ Allows activation and deactivation of cores in an nPar, or assignment and deassignment of cores in a vPar. ◦ Defers activation/deactivation of cores in an nPar. ◦...
  • Page 127 Access level/Bay level: Operator or Admin Restriction: You must be connected to the monarch OA. ICAPMODIFY 127...
  • Page 128: 21 Partition Commands

    21 Partition commands For more information on using Partition commands, see the HP Integrity Superdome 2 Partitioning Administrator Guide. ASSIGN PARCON_ADMIN Command: ASSIGN PARCON_ADMIN { "<user name>" | LDAP GROUP "<LDAP group name>" } Description: Assigns partition configuration Administration privileges to an existing user or group. Access level/Bay level: OA Administrator Restriction:...
  • Page 129: Unassign Partition

    UNASSIGN PARTITION Command: UNASSIGN PARTITION { ALL | <nPartition Number>[:<vPartition Number>] [ , <nPartition Number:<vPartition Number> ] } { "<user name>" | LDAP GROUP "<LDAP group name>" } Description: Unassign all or enumerated partition privilege rights to an existing user or group. Access level/Bay level: OA Administrator Restriction:...
  • Page 130 Option Meaning Specify an optional name for the new nPartition. If a [-P name] name is not specified, a default name of Par <4 digit nPartition number> is given to the nPar. A partition name should have at least one of the following non-numeric characters: ◦...
  • Page 131 Option Meaning Specifies whether Hyper-Threading should be enabled [-T flag] or not. The valid values for flag are: ◦ y — enables Hyper-Threading, which allows multiple threads to run concurrently on each CPU. ◦ n — disables Hyper-Threading, this is the default value.
  • Page 132: Parmodify

    Option Meaning requested resources specified in the parspec is not available for assignment to the partition at boot time. Enable/Disable VGA in an nPartition. The flag value [-V flag] can be either enable or disable. By default, VGA is enabled in an nPartition. VGA is always disabled when running vPars in an nPar.
  • Page 133 The options for the command: Option Meaning The nPartition to modify. The nPartition id can be [-p nPartitionId] specified as an nPartition number or an nPartition name. If the specified nPartitionId has only numeric characters, it is considered as an nPartition number. If an nPartition name is provided, it should have at least one of the following non-numeric characters ◦...
  • Page 134 Option Meaning Specify the OS to be used in the nPartition. This is used [-O osname] to determine the default values for certain firmware and memory settings. The valid strings for OS names are: ◦ HPUX_1 1iV3 (default) Specifies whether Hyper-Threading should be enabled [-T flag] or not.
  • Page 135: Parremove

    Access level/Bay level: OA Administrator, OA Operator Restriction: ◦ You must be connected to the monarch OA. PARREMOVE Command: parremove {-p nPartitionId } [-F] [-Z [parspecname]] Description: Deletes a partition on a local or remote complex. If the partition is active, you must shut down the OS after executing parremove.
  • Page 136 [-A] [-M] parstatus {-P} [-Z] [-v] [-M] parstatus {-i IOresource}... [-M] [-V] parstatus {-c blade }} ... [-M] [-V] parstatus {-e enclosure }}... [-M] [-V] parstatus {-p nPartitionId} [-v] [-z] [-Z] [-M] [-V] [-T] parstatus {-Z parspecName} parstatus {–s } parstatus {-w [-M] } parstatus {-S}...
  • Page 137 Option Meaning Displays information for specified I/O resource. {-i IOresource] Displays information for all I/O resources in the complex including I/O on blades. Quiet mode. Returns a success or failure status indicating [-s] if the hardware supports partitioning Displays the local nPartition number and name in a [-w] verbose fashion.
  • Page 138 Current Product Order Number: AH337A OEM Manufacturer: N/A Total number of partitions present: 1 [Enclosure] Enclosure Enclosure Num Enclosure Type Blades IOBays Slots Name ========= ========= ====== ====== ===== ========= Compute [Blade] Hardware Usage/ Memory Location Status (GB) Indicted/ OK/ Next Deconf/ Indicted/...
  • Page 139: Poweroff Partition

    POWEROFF PARTITION Command: POWEROFF PARTITION {{<nPar ID>} [:<vPar ID>] [FORCE] [OVERRIDE] | ALL [FORCE] } Description: ◦ Gracefully shuts down any OS running on the specified nPartition or virtual partition and brings it to an inactive state. The active blades and IO interconnects in the nPartition are powered off if the target specified is an nPartition.
  • Page 140: Reboot Partition

    Access level/Bay level: OA Administrator, OA Operator Restriction: ◦ nPar ID and vPar ID can either be the name or number of the nPartition or virtual partition. ◦ You must be connected to the monarch OA. REBOOT PARTITION Command: REBOOT PARTITION {{<nPar ID>} [:<vPar ID>]} [FORCE] [OVERRIDE] Description: ◦...
  • Page 141: Show Partition Dvd

    Restriction: ◦ You must be connected to the monarch OA. ◦ In multi-enclosure systems, the enclosure number the DVD drive is installed can be specified as an optional argument. If no enclosure number is specified, the DVD drive from the local enclosure is used.
  • Page 142: Show Partition Info

    Npar001 Npar001 Backup vpar0301 No iLO available vpar0302 [Virtual Media Applet is in use.] vpar0303 Partition is not Active money_maker NOTE: The SET PARTITION DVD command is not applicable to HP Integrity Superdome 2 server blades. It can only be issued against partitions SHOW PARTITION INFO Command: SHOW PARTITION INFO { nPartition name or number [ :vPartition name or number ] | ALL }...
  • Page 143: Toc Partition

    TOC PARTITION Command: TOC PARTITION {<nPar ID>} [:<vPar ID>]} [OVERRIDE] Description: ◦ Performs a transfer-of-control reset of the specified nPartition or virtual partition. ◦ The OVERRIDE argument TOC resets all virtual partitions on the specified nPartition. Access level/Bay level: OA Administrator, OA Operator Restriction: You must be connected to the monarch OA.
  • Page 144: Parperm

    Option Meaning Specifies the default setting for Hyper-Threading in an [-T flag] nPartition. The valid values for flag are: ◦ y — enables Hyper-Threading, which allows multiple threads to run concurrently on each CPU. ◦ n — disables Hyper-Threading, this is the default value.
  • Page 145: Vparcreate

    VPARCREATE Command: vparcreate [-p vparidentstr] [-a rsrc]... [-Z parspecname] [-N nparidentstr] [-P vp_name] Description: Creates a new virtual partition using the specified hardware resources. If a virtual partition number is not specified, the command finds an available virtual partition number and assigns it to the new virtual partition.
  • Page 146: Vparboot

    Option Meaning –n is not specified. –z and –n are mutually exclusive. The default parspec is modified with the –n option. Specifies a name for the new virtual partition. The name -P vp_name for the vPar should be specified either using the –p <name>...
  • Page 147: Vparmodify

    Option Meaning specified, a vPar name in the format <vPar.vPar_num> is automatically assigned to the created virtual partition. NOTE: The name for the vPar should be specified either using –p <name> or –P . Attempts to specify the vPar name using both options in the same command line will be considered invalid.
  • Page 148: Vparreset

    Option Meaning Specifies the parspec of the nPar in which the vPar is -Z parspecname to be modified. When this option is specified all other command options are applied to the specified parspec and not to any partition. NOTE: The –N and –Z options are mutually exclusive. Specifies the nPar to which the target vPar belongs.
  • Page 149: Vparremove

    Option Meaning The force option, this option is required and is used as confirmation before resetting the virtual partition. NOTE: On Superdome 2, the force option is mandatory. Specifies the nPar to which the target vPar belongs. This -N nparidentstr option is mandatory for a command invoked from OA.
  • Page 150: Vparstatus

    Option Meaning remove the vPar in that nPar. If the –n option is not specified. nparidentstr can be specified as an nPar name or nPar number. Access level/Bay level: OA Administrator, OA Operator Restriction: You must be connected to the monarch OA. VPARSTATUS Command: vparstatus [-v | -M] [-p vparidentstr]...
  • Page 151 Option Meaning Specifies the partition specification from which the virtual -Z parspecname partition database has to be chosen. NOTE: When a current parspec is examined with the -Z option, the information provided will be what is stored in the parspec. It should not be expected to be identical to information gathered from the associated nPartition.
  • Page 152: 22 Log Viewer Commands

    22 Log viewer commands CLEAR FPL CAUTION: You cannot restore this information after you delete it. Command: CLEAR FPL Description: Clears the Forward Progress Log. Access level/Bay level: OA Administrator, OA Operator Restrictions: You must be connected to the monarch OA. CLEAR SEL CAUTION: You cannot restore this information after you delete it.
  • Page 153: Connect Partition

    CONNECT PARTITION Command: CONNECT PARTITION [VIEWONLY] {<nPar ID>[:<vPar ID>]} Description: Connects to the text console for the specified partition. The VIEWONLY argument connects as a user with read-only access. Access level/Bay level: Administrator, Operator Restrictions: ◦ The nPar ID and vPar ID values can either be the name or number of the nPartition or virtual partition.
  • Page 154: Show Sel

    NOTE: To view the entire Console Log while in the Console Log Viewer, first enter g followed by 2200000 (the maximum size of a Console Log). Access level/Bay level: Restrictions: ◦ The nPar ID and vPar ID values can either be the name or number of the nPartition or virtual partition.
  • Page 155: 23 Health Repository Commands

    23 Health Repository commands HP Integrity Superdome 2 complexes use the HP Integrity Superdome 2 Analysis Engine to provide error handling, logging, analysis and reporting. The Health Repository is one component of the Analysis Engine that you use to access current state and history of error events and service events for components in the complex.
  • Page 156: Dimmerr

    DIMMERR Command: DIMMERR <physical location> Description: Displays all errors experienced by DIMMs on a specified blade or all errors for a specified DIMM. Access level/Bay level: Restrictions: ◦ The <physical location> must correspond to a DIMM slot or a blade and must be formatted as either an 8–byte hexadecimal integer, or a long or medium hardware resource path string (short form strings are not supported).
  • Page 157: Indict

    NOTE: The DIMM error table for indicted DIMMs is also displayed as part of the output from the show <memory_location> command. Location Installation/Health History - Mon Feb 14 14:51:46 2011 -------------------------------------------------- FRU Type: Blade DIMM Location: 0x0100FF0800090A74 enclosure1/blade8/cpusocket0/dimm9 Timestamp: Thu Dec 16 15:20:16 2010 Indictment State: Not Indicted Requested Deconfig State: Configured Current Deconfig State: Not available...
  • Page 158: Show Deconfig

    SHOW ACQUIT Description: Lists all recently acquitted indicted components for the complex, with the following information: ◦ Component Type ◦ Physical Location ◦ Timestamp of the indictment ◦ Reason for the indictment ◦ State of the component Access level/Bay level: Restrictions: Must be in the Health Repository viewer.
  • Page 159: Show Hr

    Access level/Bay level: Restrictions: Must be in the Health Repository viewer. Example: myhost HR> show deconfig System Acquittal History - Mon May 18 16:11:28 2009 -------------------------------------------------- FRU Type: Blade DIMM Location: 0x0100FF0200160A74 Timestamp: Mon May 18 16:11:19 2009 Indictment State: Indicted Requested Deconfig State: Configured Current Deconfig State: Deconfigured FRU Type: CPU Socket...
  • Page 160: Show For The Hr

    ◦ Reason for the indictment ◦ State of the component Access level/Bay level: Restrictions: Must be in the Health Repository viewer. Example: myhost HR> show indict System Indictment List - Mon May 18 16:06:03 2009 -------------------------------------------------- FRU Type: Blade DIMM Location: 0x0100FF0200160A74 enclosure1/blade2/socket0/dimm16 Timestamp: Mon May 18 15:51:12 2009...
  • Page 161: Test Camnet

    Restrictions: ◦ The <physical location> value must be formatted as either an 8–byte hexadecimal integer, or a long or medium hardware resource path string (short form strings are not supported). ◦ Must be in the Health Repository viewer. Example: myhost HR> show 0x0100FF01FF00FF11 Location Installation/Health History - Mon May 18 16:15:45 2009 -------------------------------------------------- FRU Type: CPU Socket...
  • Page 162: Test Fabric

    The test camnet all command will execute the global CAMNet test after first checking that there are no partitions active. Access level/Bay level: Restrictions: ◦ The <physical location> value must be formatted as either an 8–byte hexadecimal integer, or a long or medium hardware resource path string (short form strings are not supported).
  • Page 163 Restrictions: ◦ Must be in the Health Repository viewer. Example: myhost-HR> test clocks Clocks test started... Blade Sys Clk 0 Sys Clk 1 ========== ========== ========== Blade 1/1 OK OK Blade 1/2 OK OK Blade 1/3 OK OK Blade 1/4 OK OK Blade 1/5 OK OK Blade 1/6 ---- ---- Blade 1/7 ---- ----...
  • Page 164: 24 Core Analysis Engine Commands

    24 Core Analysis Engine commands The Core Analysis Engine is a component of the HP Integrity Superdome 2 Analysis Engine that enables users to review all generated events logged by the Analysis Engine. SHOW CAE Command: SHOW CAE {-L <arguments> | -E <arguments> | -C <arguments>} Description: Displays or clears the Core Analysis Engine event log based on parameters specified by -L , -E or -C and modified by <arguments>.
  • Page 165 Table 1 List of <arguments> (continued) Can be used Argument Description Examples with: Displays specified events by event -v Processor,Memory: Displays all -v <Event category category names. events in the categories Processor and name>[,<Event category Memory name> ... ] NOTE: To see a list of possible event category names use -vall.
  • Page 166 Table 1 List of <arguments> (continued) Can be used Argument Description Examples with: Sorts the displayed list of results -s [asc:|desc:]<Column -s asc:id: Sorts ascending based by the specified column name. name> on ID. asc: Ascending order. This is -s desc:time: Sorts descending the default if no argument is based on time.
  • Page 167 Managed Entity : OA Name : Not Available System Type System Serial No. : Not Available OA IP Address : Not Available Affected Domain : Enclosure Name : Not Available RackName : Not Available RackUID : Not Available Impacted Domain : Partition Complex Name : Not Available...
  • Page 168: 25 Error Logging Services Commands

    25 Error Logging Services commands SHOW ERRDUMP Command: SHOW ERRDUMP {<logtype> [nPar:<nPar #>] | dir <logtype> | bundle_id <bundleID> | pdhc <logtype> [<enclosure #>:<blade #>]} Description: Displays the raw error logs generated by the Error Logging Services for use in troubleshooting of the specified <logtype>...
  • Page 169: 26 Debug Commands

    26 Debug commands DISABLE OSDEBUGGER Command: DISABLE OSDEBUGGER Description: Disables debugger ports on all complex partitions. Access level/Bay level: OA Administrator, OA Operator Restrictions: You must be connected to the monarch OA to perform this command. ENABLE OSDEBUGGER Command: ENABLE OSDEBUGGER Description: Enables debugger ports on all complex partitions for 5 minutes.
  • Page 170: 27 Firmware Update Commands

    27 Firmware update commands For information on online firmware update using the OA GUI, see the HP Integrity Superdome 2 Onboard Administrator User Guide. UPDATE SHOW Command: UPDATE SHOW { ALL | BLADE [ ALL | <location> [ { , | - } <location> ] ] | CONFIG | FAN [ ALL | <location>...
  • Page 171: Update Show Firmware

    UPDATE SHOW FIRMWARE Command: UPDATE SHOW FIRMWARE Description: Displays the firmware versions of the complex bundle last installed in the complex and lists devices in the complex which do not share the current firmware version. IMPORTANT: You will be instructed to reapply the complex bundle to update FRUs which do not share the current firmware version.
  • Page 172: Show Info

    nPartition Version | 2 | | 1.0.0 | 2 | | Invalid ◦ Partition — The nPartition number the row is referring to. ◦ Enc — The enclosure number. ◦ Location — The bay number within the enclosure. ◦ Version — The version of the firmware bundle which is currently installed in the FRU. Invalid will be displayed if the current firmware image on the FRU is corrupt or unknown.
  • Page 173 The <uri> can be any of the following: ◦ http://host/path ◦ ftp://host/path ◦ ftp://username:password@host/path ◦ tftp://host/path ◦ For the USB thumbdrive, use the <uri> for the desired image shown by the SHOW USBKEY command. ◦ For the Archive Storage, use the <uri> for the desired image shown by the SHOW ARCHIVE command.
  • Page 174: Cli Update Npartition

    | 1.1.0 You can abort this update by pressing ^C within 10 seconds. Updating devices... DO NOT remove or power cycle device(s)! This process may take several minutes. Updated blade 2/3: Success, complete Updated blade 2/4: Failure Updated SIOX 5: Success, INCOMPLETE – component(s) on this device cannot be updated while the partition this device is assigned to is active Firmware update SUCCESSFUL.
  • Page 175: Effects Messages

    Firmware update SUCCESSFUL. If the update is unable to start the system prints: Firmware update CANCELLED by system, no firmware modified. If the update fails, system prints: Firmware update FAILED, firmware may be modified. If the firmware update fails, a message that describes the cause of the error and the state of each affected FRU will print.
  • Page 176: 28 Updating Firmware

    28 Updating Firmware Introduction Superdome 2 firmware update uses a smart analysis algorithm to assist and prevent disabling a Superdome 2 through bad firmware update application. Because there are still limitations in changing out firmware underneath a running partition (online OS instance), it is important to understand these limitations to minimize downtime in any given firmware update scenario.
  • Page 177: All Partitions Update

    All partitions update Use the following command to update all partitions present in the system as well as any blades that are not currently assigned to any partition: oa> UPDATE NPARTITION ALL <nPar name or number> <uri> NOTE: The [FORCE], [REINSTALL], and [NOEXECUTE] command modifiers still apply. Blade update Use the following command to update a single blade that is not currently assigned to a partition.
  • Page 178: Services Unavailable

    Please note that Superdome 2 systems running a firmware bundle released prior to (numbered lower than) 2.2.27 do not possess the capability to perform an online complex firmware update, so it should be understood that updating to a future firmware bundle from firmware release 1.3.1, for example, must be performed with all partitions taken offline, and the xfabric powered off.
  • Page 179: Event Logs

    parmodify parstatus cplxmodify vparcreate vparremove vparmodify vparboot vparreset vparstatus icapmodify icapstatus plg9hlth seedGlobalMca perf-mode MPEventGen (Intel Itanium 9500 Series processors). Event logs Forward Progress Logs and System Event Logs normally captured by the server management system will not be updated during the firmware update process. IPMI Watchdog During the online complex firmware update process, the IPMI watchdog timeout will be disabled.
  • Page 180: System Firmware Services During Boot, Shutdown, Etc

    System Firmware Services During Boot, Shutdown, etc. Certain partition events which occur while the OS is running may not be handled if they occur while management firmware is unavailable: OS-requested restart (for example: TOC, shutdown –r) HP-UX boot may hang until firmware update completes In the cases above, the OS shutdown or restart may not complete.
  • Page 181: Frequently Asked Questions

    SOAP request from GiCAP Group Manager, HP-SUM Kernel debugger connection through OA network port Console access through the OA Ping, SNMP queries This is the same as legacy MP or C7000 OA (depending on the protocol) behavior during an update. Frequently asked questions: Some sample questions are included below to aid the operator wishing to perform an online complex firmware update.
  • Page 182: Hpvminfo Command Qualifiers Fail

    hpvminfo command qualifiers fail The use of certain hpvminfo command qualifiers will return an ioctl error when executed during Superdome 2 Online Firmware Update. This may also result in a delay before the results of the command are displayed. The affected commands include: hpvminfo, hpvminfo -V, and hpvminfo -v. Newly created HPVM guests cannot be started Any newly created HPVM guest cannot be started during Superdome 2 Online Firmware Update.
  • Page 183: Par* And Vpar* Commands Fail

    par* and vpar* commands fail Parcon services are not available during Superdome 2 Online Firmware Update. Due to this unavailability, all par* and vpar* commands will fail. The affected commands include, but are not limited to: parcreate, parmodify, parperm, parstatus, vparcreate, vparmodify, vparstatus, and others. Online partition update IMPORTANT: Guidelines for online firmware updates...
  • Page 184: Errors During Update

    Errors during update If the firmware update analysis detects that the applied partition firmware does not meet both mandates, the update will print an error message and abort/cancel the update. 184 Updating Firmware...
  • Page 185: 29 Archive Storage Commands

    29 Archive Storage commands These commands implement the archive storage feature. Archive Storage provides direct access to the local internal thumbdrive with the purpose of backing up data and storing firmware bundles. SHOW ARCHIVE Command: show archive Description: Lists files on the archive storage. Access level/Bay level: Any active OA Restrictions:...
  • Page 186: Copy

    oa-host-name> clear archive This command will erase ALL files from the Archive Storage. Entering anything other than 'YES' will result in the command not executing. Are you sure you want to proceed? yes The files above have been successfully removed from the Archive Storage. COPY Command: COPY <url_source>...
  • Page 187: Upload Parconfig

    The url should be formatted as protocol://host/path/<file>. If your ftp server does not support anonymous connections then you can specify a username and password within the url formatted as ftp://username:password@host/path/<file>. IMPORTANT: HP recommends keeping an off-complex copy of configuration backup files to ensure that complete loss of saved state on the complex does not also result in the loss of the backup data.
  • Page 188 Restrictions: ◦ The filename parameter must not contain any spaces and must have a .pmc extension. ◦ You must be connected to the monarch OA to perform this command. Example: oa-host-name> UPLOAD PARCONFIG ARCHIVE parconf.pmc File uploaded successfully. 188 Archive Storage commands...
  • Page 189: 30 Legacy Console Commands

    30 Legacy console commands These commands are carried forward from previous systems to provide additional functionality for users. These commands function for both nPartitions and virtual partitions. Command: bo [<nPar #>] Description: Enables users to power on nPartitions. If <nPar #> is specified, this command is equivalent to “POWERON PARTITION”...
  • Page 190: Fpl

    Command: Description: Equivalent to “SHOW FPL” (page 153). Access level/Bay level: OA Administrator, OA Operator Restrictions: You must be connected to the monarch OA to perform this command. PC/PE Command: pc | pe Description: Enables users to control the power state of nPartitions in the complex. Access level/Bay level: OA Administrator, OA Operator Restrictions:...
  • Page 191 Command: tc [<nPar #>] Description: Enables users to TOC reset a partition. If <nPar #> is specified, then this command is equivalent to “TOC PARTITION” (page 143). Access level/Bay level: OA Administrator, OA Operator Restrictions: You must be connected to the monarch OA to perform this command.
  • Page 192: 31 Event Notifications

    31 Event notifications Enclosure event notifications Enclosure events produce screen messages with the SHOW DISPLAY EVENTS option enabled. If you are directly affected by an event, then a message displays whether the SHOW DISPLAY EVENTS option is enabled or disabled. Event messages include the device affected, the device name, and the date and time of the event.
  • Page 193 Event Cause Interconnect Inserted An interconnect module was inserted into an enclosure. Interconnect Thermal Status Changed The thermal status of an interconnect module changed. Interconnect Removed An interconnect module was removed from an enclosure. Interconnect Power Reset The power of an interconnect module was reset. Interconnect Port Map Info The port mapping information of an interconnect module was updated.
  • Page 194: 32 Support And Other Resources

    32 Support and other resources Before you contact HP Be sure to have the following information available before you call HP: Technical support registration number (if applicable) Product serial number Product model name and number Product identification number Applicable error messages Add-on boards or hardware Third-party hardware or software Operating system type and revision level...
  • Page 195: New And Changed Information In This Edition

    initiate a fast and accurate resolution, based on your product’s service level. Notifications may be sent to your authorized HP Channel Partner for on-site service, if configured and available in your country. The software is available in two variants: HP Insight Remote Support Standard: This software supports server and storage devices and is optimized for environments with 1-50 servers.
  • Page 196 Separates items in a list of choices. WARNING! A warning calls attention to important information that if not understood or followed will result in personal injury or nonrecoverable system problems. CAUTION: A caution calls attention to important information that if not understood or followed will result in data loss, data corruption, or damage to hardware or software.
  • Page 197: A Using Event Logs

    A Using event logs Event logs are generated by software or firmware when an event is detected. Some events that cause event records to be generated are: Hardware-related. ◦ Example: fan or power supply failure. Software-related. ◦ Example: indicating that software reached a certain point in the code, or that a certain amount of time has passed.
  • Page 198 ◦ alert level ◦ hexadecimal dump of event records ◦ event ID keyword Raw hex – The raw hex format supplies following information about an event: ◦ hexadecimal dump of event records Text – The text format supplies the following information about an event: ◦...
  • Page 199: Fpl Viewer

    Location nPar: AL Encoded Field Data Field Keyword vPar Timestamp 1,1,0,1,0 255:255 1 23000ba105e10000 0000000000000004 PAL_EXIT_SELFTEST_STATUS PDHC 14:3 1 27801ed800e10000 0000000000000001 POWERING_NPAR 04/24/2012 06:39:05 None 2 4480201a00e10000 0100ff01ffffff94 OA_HWMGR_DAEMON_BLADE_POWER_ON_WAITING 04/24/2012 06:39:05 None 2 4b00260300e10000 010000004f96acf9 OA_REQUESTS_POWER_CHANGE 04/24/2012 06:39:05 None 1 2980256100e10000 20202020494d5049 SYS_CTL_REQ_MOMENT_BTN 04/24/2012 06:39:05 1,1,0,1,1 255:255...
  • Page 200: Sel Viewer

    NOTE: The display of column headers can be turned on or off using toggle option C. By default, the column header will be on. To connect to the FPL viewer, enter the SHOW FPL command on the monarch OA . Welcome to the Forward Progress Log (FPL) Viewer The following FPL navigation commands are available: D: Dump log starting at current block for capture and analysis...
  • Page 201 number of connections supported by the OA. Each SEL viewer works independently from any other viewer, meaning that each SEL viewer can select its own filter options without affecting other SEL viewers. The log can be filtered by alert level. The following format options are also available: Keyword –...
  • Page 202: Health Repository Viewer

    S: Cause/Action The following alert threshold options are available: Alert thresholds will cause events at the selected threshold and below to be shown 2: Informational 3: Warning 5: Critical 7: Fatal The following event filter options are available: B: Blade P: Partition V: Virtual Partition U: Unfiltered...
  • Page 203: Acquitting Indictments

    Deconfiguration is the act of disabling a component in the system. This happens when analysis finds that a component has a serious fault. A components deconfiguration status is composed of two parts: “requested state” – What the user or Analysis Engine would like to have the component set “current state”...
  • Page 204: Viewing The List Of Indicted Components

    IMPORTANT: In most cases resumption of function will not cause automatic acquittal. Component replacement, complex AC power cycle or manual acquittal is required. Examples are: ◦ BPS indicted for loss of AC input regains power input. ◦ Environmental temperature returns to within acceptable bounds. ◦...
  • Page 205: Viewing Indictment Acquittals

    --- end report --- 2 records shown NOTE: The requested and current deconfiguration states shown in the examples above are not the same. This can happen when requested deconfiguration changes are not be acted on until the n-Par containing the component in question is rebooted. NOTE: DIMMs may be deconfigured without being indicted.
  • Page 206: Subcomponent Isolation And Deconfiguration Displays

    Timestamp: Thu Sep 10 18:34:12 2009 Serial Num: MYJ84901ZH Parent Serial: 1Z34AB7890 Part Num: AH342-60003 Spare Part Num: AH342-60003 Manufacturer: HP Product Name: CB900s i2 Board Serial Num: MYJ84901ZH - FRU Data Extension - Name: value Name2: Value2 (Detailed info about FRU is provided here if it exists. E.g. For CPUs max freq will be provided here. If no data, entire section omitted.) --- Action - Indict --- Event No: 4000...
  • Page 207: B Time Zone Settings

    B Time zone settings Universal time zone settings NOTE: Time zones must be entered exactly as they appear. The following table provides the Universal time zone settings that are supported by the Onboard Administrator. Etc/GMT-2 Etc/GMT+7 Etc/GMT- 1 3 CST6CDT Etc/GMT+2 Etc/GMT-8 Etc/GMT- 1 4...
  • Page 208: Americas Time Zone Settings

    Americas time zone settings NOTE: Time zones must be entered exactly as they appear. The following table provides the Americas time zone settings that are supported by the Onboard Administrator. America/Adak America/Indiana/Knox America/Santo_Domingo America/Anchorage America/Indiana/Marengo America/Sao_Paulo America/Anguilla America/Indianapolis America/Scoresbysund America/Antigua America/Indiana/Vevay America/Shiprock America/Araguaina...
  • Page 209: Asia Time Zone Settings

    America/Eirunepe America/Nome Canada/Yukon America/El_Salvador America/Noronha Chile/Continenta America/Ensenada America/Panama Chile/EasterIsland America/Fortaleza America/Pangnirtung Cuba America/Fort_Wayne America/Paramaribo Jamaica America/Glace_Bay America/Phoenix Mexico/BajaNorte America/Godthab America/Port-au-Prince Mexico/BajaSur America/Goose_Bay America/Porto_Acre Mexico/General America/Grand_Turk America/Port_of_Spain US/Alaska America/Grenada America/Porto_Velho US/Aleutian America/Guadeloupe America/Puerto_Rico US/Arizona America/Guatemala America/Rainy_River US/Central America/Guayaquil America/Rankin_Inlet US/Eastern America/Guyana America/Recife US/East-Indiana America/Halifax...
  • Page 210: Oceanic Time Zone Settings

    Asia/Brunei Asia/Kabul Asia/Rangoon Asia/Ulaanbaatar Turkey Asia/Calcutta Asia/Kamchatka Asia/Riyadh Asia/Ulan_Bator Asia/Chungking Asia/Karachi Asia/Riyadh87 Asia/Urumqi Asia/Colombo Asia/Kashgar Asia/Riyadh88 Asia/Vientiane Asia/Dacca Asia/Katmandu Asia/Riyadh89 Asia/Vladivostok Oceanic time zone settings NOTE: Time zones must be entered exactly as they appear. The following table provides the Oceanic time zone settings that are supported by the Onboard Administrator.
  • Page 211: Polar Time Zone Settings

    The following table provides the European time zone settings that are supported by the Onboard Administrator. Eire Europe/Helsinki Europe/Paris Europe/Vaduz Europe/Amsterdam Europe/Istanbul Europe/Prague Europe/Vatican Europe/Andorra Europe/Kaliningrad Europe/Riga Europe/Vienna Europe/Athens Europe/Kiev Europe/Rome Europe/Vilnius Europe/Belfast Europe/Lisbon Europe/Samara Europe/Warsaw Europe/Belgrade Europe/Ljubljana Europe/San_Marino Europe/Zagreb Europe/Berlin Europe/London Europe/Sarajevo...
  • Page 212: Standard Terms, Abbreviations, And Acronyms

    Standard terms, abbreviations, and acronyms BIOS Basic input/output system. certificate authority. Core Analysis Engine. Central processing unit. DDNS Dynamic domain name system. DHCP Dynamic host configuration protocol. Domain name system. EBIPA Enclosure bay IP addressing. Error Logging Services. Field replaceable unit. File transfer protocol.
  • Page 213 Xbar Crossbar. Xbar Fabric module. Extensible markup language.
  • Page 214: Index

    Index account authentication, Debug commands, account level, DECONFIGURE, ACQUIT, DIMMERR, ADD EBIPA, Directory (LDAP) commands, ADD HPSIM CERTIFICATE, DISABLE ALERTMAIL, ADD LDAP CERTIFICATE, DISABLE CRL, ADD LDAP GROUP, DISABLE EBIPA, ADD OA DNS, DISABLE ENCLOSURE_IP_MODE, ADD SNMP TRAPRECEIVER, DISABLE GUI_LOGIN_DETAIL, ADD SSHKEY, DISABLE HTTPS, ADD TRUSTED HOST,...
  • Page 215 ENABLE USER, Interconnect management commands, ENABLE XMLPREPLY, IOX enclosure management commands, Enclosure Bay IP Addressing (EBIPA) commands, enclosure DVD commands, 1 19 enclosure information, LDAP accounts, enclosure management commands, Legacy console commands, Enclosure network configuration commands, local access, ENSABLE WSMANAGEMENT, local user accounts, Error Logging Services commands, Log viewer commands,...
  • Page 216 restrictions, Server blade, SET TIME ZONE, SET USER ACCESS, SET USER CONTACT, SET USER FULLNAME, Secure Shell session, SET USER PASSWORD, SEL, SET XFM UID, 1 10 serial port, SHOW ACQUIT, server blade failure errors, SHOW ALL, Server blade restrictions, SHOW ARCHIVE, SET ALERTMAIL MAILBOX, SHOW BLADE INFO,...
  • Page 217 SHOW OA , UNASSIGN PARTITION , SHOW OA CERTIFICATE, universal time zone, SHOW OA INFO, UPDATE FIRMWARE, SHOW OA NETWORK, UPDATE SHOW , SHOW OA STATUS, UPDATE SHOW FIRMWARE, SHOW PARTITION CONSOLELOG, UPDATE SHOW NPARTITION, SHOW PARTITION DVD, UPLOAD CONFIG, SHOW PARTITION INFO, UPLOAD CONFIG using USB key, SHOW PASSWORD SETTINGS,...

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