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Oracle Integrated Lights Out Manager (ILOM) 3.0Daily Management – Web Procedures GuidePart No.: E21446-02August 2012

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ContentsUsing This DocumentationWeb Interface Overviewix1About the Web Interface1Browser and Software RequirementsSupported Web Browsers22Network Addresses Accepted by Oracle ILOMExamples for Entering an IPv6 AddressCMM and Server SP Web Interface ConnectionOracle ILOM Welcome Page456Web Interface Navigation TabsNavigation Tab DescriptionsJump Links34Server SP Web Interface ComponentsCMM Web Interface38913Logging In to and Out of Oracle ILOM and Displaying Banner Messages(Web) 15Before Your Initial Login16 Log In Using the Root User Account (Web) Log In to Oracle ILOM With User Account (Web) Log Out of Oracle ILOM (Web) Display Banner Messages on Login Page (Web)17181919iii

Configuring Network, Secure Shell, and Local Interconnect Settings (Web)Configuring Network Settings (Web)22Requirements for Network Settings (Web) View and Configure IPv4 Network Settings (Web) View and Configure Dual-Stack IPv4 and IPv6 Network Settings(Web) 25 Test IPv4 or IPv6 Network Configuration (Web)30 Assign Host Name and System Identifier (Web)31 View and Configure DNS Settings (Web) View and Configure Baud Rate for Serial Port (Web) Configure x86 Host Serial Port Owner (Web) Enable HTTP or HTTPS Web Access (Web) Upload the SSL Certificate (Web)Configuring Secure Shell Settings Enable or Disable SSH Generate a New SSH Key Restart the SSH Server3334363737373838Requirements for Configure Local Interconnect39Configure the Local Interconnect Interface (Web)Managing User Accounts (Web)43Configuring User Accounts (Web)44 Configure Single Sign On (Web)44 Set the Session Time-Out (Web)45 Add User Accounts and Assign Roles (Web) Modify a User Account (Web) Delete a User Account (Web) View User Sessions (Web)Oracle ILOM 3.0 Web Procedures Guide August 20122431Configuring the Local Interconnect Interface (Web) iv2250484945403221

Configuring SSH Keys (Web)50 Add an SSH Key (Web) Delete an SSH Key (Web)5052Configuring Active Directory (Web)53 View and Configure Active Directory Settings (Web) Configure Active Directory Groups (Web) Troubleshoot Active Directory Authentication and Authorization(Web) 6158Configuring Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) Configure LDAP Server Settings (Web) Configure Oracle ILOM for LDAP (Web)Configuring LDAP/SSL Settings (Web)5363636465 View and Configure LDAP/SSL Settings (Web) Configure LDAP/SSL Tables (Web) Troubleshoot LDAP/SSL Authentication and Authorization (Web)72Configuring RADIUS (Web) 656973Configure RADIUS Settings (Web)74Managing Component Status and Service Actions (Web) View Component Status Information (Web) Prepare to Remove a Component (Web) Return a Component to Service (Web)79 Enable or Disable Components (Web)80 Clear Faults Detected by Oracle ILOM (Web)77777980Monitoring System Sensors and Managing the Event Log (Web) View Sensor Readings (Web) Configure System Indicators (Web) Configure Clock Settings (Web)83838485Contentsv

Configure Time Zone Settings (Web) Filter Event Log Output (Web) View and Clear Oracle ILOM Event Log (Web) Configure Remote Syslog Receiver IP Addresses (Web)868688Monitoring Storage Components and Zone Manager (Web)Requirements for Monitoring Storage Components899191 View and Monitor RAID Controller Details (Web) View and Monitor Details for Disks That Are Attached to RAIDControllers (Web) 94 View and Monitor RAID Controller Volume Details (Web)9295Enabling or Disabling Zone Manager for SAS-2 Storage DevicesManaging System Alerts and Email Notifications (Web)Managing Alert Rule Configurations (Web)9798Requirements for Configuring Alert Rules98 Create or Edit Alert Rules (Web) Disable an Alert Rule (Web) Send Test Alert for Specific Alert Rules (Web)98100100Configuring SMTP Client for Email Notification Alerts (Web) 96Enable SMTP Client for Email Alerts (Web)101101Power Monitoring and Management of Hardware Interfaces (Web)Summary of Power Management Feature Updates (Web)Monitoring System Power Consumption (Web)103104106Requirements for Monitoring Power Consumption (Web) Monitor System Power Consumption (Web) Monitor Individual Power Supply Consumption (Web) Monitor Power History Statistics (Web)106107108108Configuring Power Policy Settings to Manage Server Power Usage (Web)viOracle ILOM 3.0 Web Procedures Guide August 2012110

Requirements for Configuring the Power Policy (Web)110 Configure Power Consumption Policy (Web) Configure Server Power Policy For Power Capping (Web)111Configuring Power Consumption Threshold Notifications (Web) 112114View and Configure Notification Thresholds Using the WebInterface 114Monitoring and Configuring Component Power Allocation Distributions(Web) 115Requirements for Power Allocation Distributions (Web)115 View Server Component Power Allocations (Web) Configure Server Power Limit Properties as of Oracle ILOM 3.0.8(Web) 117 View CMM Component Power Allocations Configure Permitted Power for Blade Slots in CMM as of Oracle ILOM3.0.6 123 Configure Grant Limit for Blade Slots in CMM as of Oracle ILOM3.0.10 124Configuring Server Power Limit Properties (Web) 116120126Configure Server Power Limit Properties (Web)126Monitoring or Configuring CMM Power Supply Redundancy (Web) 129View or Configure CMM Power Supply Redundancy Properties(Web) 129Managing Remote Hosts Redirection and Securing the Oracle ILOM RemoteConsole (Web) 131Web Procedures for Redirecting Remote Host KVMSManaging Remote Hosts Power States (Web)131133Controlling Power States From Remote Server SP or CMM (Web)134 Control Power State of Remote Host Server Using Server SP (Web)134 Control Power State of Remote Chassis Using the CMM WebInterface 135Contentsvii

Managing Host Control of Boot Device on x86 Systems (Web)Requirements for Host Boot Device (Web) Configure Host Boot Device (Web)136136Managing TPM and LDom States on SPARC Servers (Web)Controlling the TPM State on SPARC Servers (Web) 135139139Control TPM State on a SPARC Server (Web)139Managing LDom Configurations on SPARC Servers (Web)141Requirements for SPARC LDom Configurations (Web)141 View Stored LDom Configurations on SPARC T3 Series Server (Web)142 Configure Host Power to Stored LDom Configurations (Web) Specify Host Power to a Stored LDom Configuration (Web)Diagnosing IPv4 or IPv6 Oracle ILOM Connection IssuesDiagnosing Oracle ILOM Connection Issues143143145145Manual Host OS Configuration Guidelines for Local Interconnect Interface147Configuring Internal USB Ethernet Device on Host OSIndexviii153Oracle ILOM 3.0 Web Procedures Guide August 2012147

Using This DocumentationThis web interface procedures guide describes the Oracle Integrated Lights OutManager (ILOM) daily management features that are common to Oracle’s Sunrackmounted servers, server modules, and CMMs supporting Oracle ILOM 3.0.For further information about the features presented in this guide, use this guide inconjunction with other guides in the Oracle ILOM 3.0 Documentation Library. Thisguide is written for technicians, system administrators, authorized service providers,and users who have experience managing system hardware.This chapter includes the following topics: “Related Documentation” on page ix “Documentation Feedback” on page x “Oracle ILOM 3.0 Version Numbers” on page x “Support and Accessibility” on page xiRelated DocumentationDocumentationLinksAll Oracle productshttp://www.oracle.com/documentationOracle Integrated Lights Out Manager(ILOM) 3.0 Documentation Libraryhttp://www.oracle.com/pls/topic/lookup?ctx ilom30ix

DocumentationLinksSystem management, single systemmanagement (SSM) security, anddiagnostic umentation/sys-mgmt-networking-190072.htmlOracle Hardware Management Pack ote: To locate Oracle ILOM 3.1 documentation that is specific to your Sun server platform,see the Oracle ILOM section of the administration guide that is available for your server.Documentation FeedbackProvide feedback on this documentation at:http://www.oracle.com/goto/docfeedbackOracle ILOM 3.0 Version NumbersOracle ILOM 3.0 uses a firmware version numbering scheme that helps you toidentify the firmware version you are running on your server or CMM. Thisnumbering scheme includes a five-field string, for example, a.b.c.d.e, where: a - Represents the major version of Oracle ILOM. b - Represents a minor version of Oracle ILOM. c - Represents the update version of Oracle ILOM. d - Represents a micro version of Oracle ILOM. Micro versions are managed perplatform or group of platforms. See your platform Product Notes for details. e - Represents a nano version of Oracle ILOM. Nano versions are incrementaliterations of a micro version.For example, Oracle ILOM 3.1.2.1.a would designate:x Oracle ILOM 3 as the major version of Oracle ILOM Oracle ILOM 3.1 as a minor version of Oracle ILOM 3 Oracle ILOM 3.1.2 as the second update version of Oracle ILOM 3.1 Oracle ILOM 3.1.2.1 as a micro version of Oracle ILOM 3.1.2 Oracle ILOM 3.1.2.1.a as a nano version of Oracle ILOM 3.1.2.1Oracle ILOM 3.0 Web Procedures Guide August 2012

Tip – To identify the Oracle ILOM firmware version installed on your Sun server orCMM, click System Information -- Versions in the web interface, or type version inthe command-line interface.Support and AccessibilityDescriptionLinksAccess electronic supportthrough My Oracle Supporthttp://support.oracle.comFor hearing rt.htmlLearn about Oracle’scommitment to cessibility/index.htmlUsing This Documentationxi

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Web Interface OverviewDescriptionLinksIdentify requirements for using OracleILOM’s web interface “About the Web Interface” on page 1 “Browser and Software Requirements” on page 2Compare Oracle ILOM’s server SPand CMM web interface components “CMM and Server SP Web Interface Connection”on page 4Learn about Oracle ILOM’s webinterface tabs and the functions youperform from them “Web Interface Navigation Tabs” on page 8Related Information Oracle ILOM 3.0 Daily Management Concepts, Oracle ILOM overview Oracle ILOM 3.0 Daily ManagementCLI Procedures, CLI overview Oracle ILOM 3.0 Protocol Management Reference , SNMP overview Oracle ILOM 3.0 Protocol Management Reference, IPMI overview Oracle ILOM 3.0 Maintenance and Diagnostics, maintenance and diagnosticsoverview Oracle ILOM 3.0 Feature Updates and Release Notes, new or updated featuresAbout the Web InterfaceThe Oracle ILOM web interface is accessible through a browser and uses a standardinterface. The Oracle ILOM web interface enables you to monitor and manage localand remote systems. One of the most powerful features of Oracle ILOM is the abilityto redirect the server's graphical console to a local workstation or laptop system.When you redirect the host console, you can configure the local system's keyboardand mouse to act as the server's keyboard and mouse. You can also configure the1

diskette drive or CD-ROM drive on the remote system as a device virtuallyconnected to your Oracle Sun system. You can access these features using the OracleILOM Remote Console application.Browser and Software RequirementsRefer to the following topics for a list of supported web browsers and networkaddresses accepted by the Oracle ILOM web interface. “Supported Web Browsers” on page 2 “Network Addresses Accepted by Oracle ILOM” on page 3Supported Web BrowsersThe web interface has been tested successfully with recently released Mozilla Firefox,and Internet Explorer web browsers, and may be compatible with other webbrowsers.Oracle ILOM supports the browsers listed in the following table.TABLE:2Supported Web BrowsersOperating SystemWeb BrowserOracle Solaris (9 and 10) Mozilla 1.4 and 1.7 Firefox 1.x and laterLinux (Red Hat, SuSE, Ubuntu, Oracle) Mozilla 1.x and later Firefox 1.x and later Opera 6.x and laterMicrosoft Windows (98, 2000, XP, Vista) Internet Explorer 5.5, 6.x, and 7.xMozilla 1.x and laterFirefox 1.x and laterOpera 6.x and laterMacintosh (OSX v10.1 and above) Internet Explorer 5.2Mozilla 1.x and laterFirefox 1.x and laterSafari – allOracle ILOM 3.0 Web Procedures Guide August 2012

Note – Oracle ILOM comes preinstalled on your Sun system and includes theRemote Console application. To run the Oracle ILOM Remote Console, you musthave the Java 1.5 Runtime Environment (JRE 1.5) or later version of the JRE softwareinstalled on your local client. To download the JRE software, go tohttp://java.com. For a list of web browsers and operating systems supported bythe Oracle ILOM Remote Console, refer to the Oracle ILOM 3.0 Remote RedirectionConsoles CLI and Web Guide.Network Addresses Accepted by Oracle ILOMAs of Oracle ILOM 3.0.12 or later, the following network addresses are accepted bythe Oracle ILOM interfaces.Note – When entering an IPv6 address or Link-Local IPv6 address, the address mustbe enclosed within brackets to work correctly. IPv4 address. 10.8.183.106 IPv6 address. [fec0:a:8:b7:214:4fff:5eca:5f7e/64] Link-Local IPv6 address. [e80::214:4fff:feca:5f7e/64] DNS host domain address. company.comExamples for Entering an IPv6 AddressWhen you specify an IPv6 address in a URL with a web browser or when youtransfer a file, the IPv6 address must be enclosed in brackets to work correctly. Whenyou specify an IPv6 address to log in to Oracle ILOM using an SSH connection, theIPv6 address should not be enclosed in brackets.Examples: When entering the URL in a web browser, type:https://[ipv6address] When establishing an Oracle ILOM CLI session using SSH and the default OracleILOM root user account, type:ssh [email protected] that when you specify an IPv6 address to log in to Oracle ILOM using anSSH connection, the IPv6 address should not be enclosed in brackets. When transferring a file using the CLI load -source command and tftp, type:Web Interface Overview3

load -source tftp://[ipv6address]filename.extensionFor additional information about entering IPv6 addresses, refer to the Oracle ILOM3.0 Daily Management – Concepts Guide. For help with diagnosing IPv4 and IPv6connection issues, see “Diagnosing IPv4 or IPv6 Oracle ILOM Connection Issues”on page 145.CMM and Server SP Web InterfaceConnectionTopics discussed in this section include: “Oracle ILOM Welcome Page” on page 4 “Server SP Web Interface Components” on page 5 “CMM Web Interface” on page 6Oracle ILOM Welcome PageTo establish a web interface connection to Oracle ILOM on the CMM or server SP,specify the IP address of the CMM or server SP in the web browser. A welcome pageappears prompting you to enter a user name and password.4Oracle ILOM 3.0 Web Procedures Guide August 2012

Server SP Web Interface ComponentsThe main Oracle ILOM web page for the server SP organizes the settings you canview or configure for that server within the tabs appearing at the top of the page, asshown in the following example. For a description of the CMM Oracle ILOM webinterface, see “CMM Web Interface” on page 6.Note – The Oracle ILOM web interface navigation tabs differ slightly depending onthe Oracle ILOM features implemented on a specific platform and on the OracleILOM version currently installed on your system. Therefore, you might have accessto different tabs from those described in this section. For information about theOracle ILOM interface for your system, refer to your Oracle ILOM supplement orplatform administration guide.FIGURE:Oracle ILOM Web Interface Main PageEach web interface page has three main sections: the masthead, the navigation tabs,and the content area.The masthead provides the following buttons and information on each page of theweb interface: About button – Click to view product and copyright information.Web Interface Overview5

User field – Displays the user name of the current user of the web interface andthe user’s role. Server field – Displays the host name of the Oracle ILOM SP or CMM. Refresh button – Click to refresh the information in the content area of the page.The Refresh button does not save new data that you might have entered orselected on the page. Log Out button – Click to end the current session of the web interface.The Oracle ILOM web interface navigation structure includes first and second-leveltabs that you can click to open a specific page. For example, when you click afirst-level tab, one or more second-level tabs might display that provide you withfurther options. The content area is where you find information about a specificfeature or operation.CMM Web InterfaceThe Oracle ILOM web page for the CMM includes:6 The Navigation pane on the left side of the screen that lists visible entries only forcomponents that are present and manageable in the chassis. A Chassis view and inventory table appear on the right side of the screen whenthe Chassis entry in the navigation pane is selected. The Chassis view displays thefront and rear view of the chassis. The Chassis Inventory table providesinformation about the manageable chassis components present in the chassis.Oracle ILOM 3.0 Web Procedures Guide August 2012

The CMM management settings appear in the right side of the screen when aCMM entry is selected in the navigation pane. The settings you can view orconfigure for the CMM are organized in the eight tabs appearing at the top of thepage, as shown in the following example.Web Interface Overview7

Note – For details about the CMM Zoning Management features available in OracleILOM as 3.0.10, refer to the Oracle ILOM) 3.0 CMM Administration Guide For Sun Blade6000 and Sun Blade 6048 Modular Systems. The Blade management settings appear in the right side of the screen when ablade entry in the navigation pane is selected. If you are managing a blade withmultiple Service Processors (SPs), an Node entry for each dedicated SP appears inthe navigation pane, as shown in the following example.The settings you can view or configure for an individual blade SP are organized inthe seven tabs appearing in the right side of the Oracle ILOM Web Interface page, asshown in the previous example.For more information about the tabs described in this section, see “Web InterfaceNavigation Tabs” on page 8.Web Interface Navigation TabsTopics discussed in this section include:8 “Navigation Tab Descriptions” on page 9 “Jump Links” on page 13Oracle ILOM 3.0 Web Procedures Guide August 2012

Navigation Tab DescriptionsThe following table describes the web interface tabs that you can use to access OracleILOM functions.Note – The Oracle ILOM web interface navigation tabs differ slightly depending onthe Oracle ILOM features implemented on a specific server platform and on theOracle ILOM firmware version currently installed on your server or CMM. Therefore,you might have access to different tabs from those described in the following table.For information about the Oracle ILOM interface for your system, refer to yourOracle ILOM supplement or platform administration guide.First-level TabSecond and Third-level TabsWhat You Can DoApplicable ToOverviewView the product name, part or serial number,host power state, system status state, BIOSversion, SP host name, system uptime, IPaddress, and Oracle ILOM version that isrunning. Host Power state offers you the ability tocontrol the system power state System Status state offers you the ability toview faulted hardware SysFW Information (SPARC only) indicatesthe system firmware version embedded onthe serverServer SPCMMComponentsView the names, types, and status of thecomponents that Oracle ILOM is monitoring.Server SPCMMFault ManagementView information about components that are ina faulted state.Server SPCMMIdentification InformationEnter or change the service processoridentification information by assigning a hostname or system identifier.Server SPCMMBanner MessagesView and configure a message that appearsprior to log in and login message that appearsafter user log-in.Server SPCMMSession TimeoutView the session time-out or change the sessiontime-out parameter.Server SPCMMSystem InformationWeb Interface Overview9

First-level TabSecond and Third-level TabsWhat You Can DoApplicable ToVersionsView the SP file system version, the SP firmware Server SPversion, SP firmware build number, and SPCMMfirmware date.Sensor ReadingsView the name, type, and reading of the sensors. Server SPCMMIndicatorsView the name and status of the indicators andLEDs.Server SPCMMEvent LogsView various details about each particularevent, including the event ID, class, type,severity, date and time, and description of theevent.Server SPCMMConsumptionView power consumption metrics for actualpower and permitted power, as well as setpower consumption thresholds to generateemail alerts or SNMP notifications.Server SPCMMAllocationView system power requirements for capacityplanning.This tab was previously named Distributionprior to Oracle ILOM 3.0.10.Server SPCMMLimitView or configure server power limits.This tab was previously named Budget prior toOracle ILOM 3.0.8.Server SPSettingsConfigure policy options for powerconsumption on SPARC servers.SPARCRedundancyView and configure CMM power supplyredundancy options.This tab became available as of Oracle ILOM3.0.6.CMMStatisticsView power statistical data for CMM and server CMMmodules (blades).HistoryView a history of rolling averages for powerconsumption.System MonitoringPower ManagementStorage10Oracle ILOM 3.0 Web Procedures Guide August 2012Server SPCMM

First-level TabSecond and Third-level TabsWhat You Can DoApplicable ToRAID -- ControllersView information for RAID controllers. To getfurther details, click the controller name.Server SPRAID -- DisksView information for all disks attached to RAID Server SPcontrollers. To view further details, click thedisk name.RAID -- VolumesView information for RAID volumes. To viewfurther details, click the volume name.Server SPZoningEnable or disable Zone Manager settings andreset the Zone Manager password.CMMSystem ManagementAccess -- Web ServerEdit or update the web server settings, such asthe HTTP web server or the HTTP port.Server SPCMMSystem ManagementAccess -- SSL CertificateView information about the default SSLcertificate, or optionally find and enter a newSSL certificate.Server SPCMMSystem ManagementAccess -- SNMPEdit or update SNMP settingsServer SPCMMSystem ManagementAccess -- SSH ServerConfigure Secure Shell (SSH) server access andkey generation.Server SPCMMSystem ManagementAccess -- IPMIUse a command-line interface to monitor andServer SPcontrol your server platform, as well as toCMMretrieve information about your server platform.System ManagementAccess -- CLIConfigure the CLI settings. The SessionTime-out value indicates the number of idleminutes that can lapse before a

vi Oracle ILOM 3.0 Web Procedures Guide August 2012 Configure Time Zone Settings (Web) 86 Filter Event Log Output (Web) 86 View and Clear Oracle ILOM Event Log (Web) 88 Configure Remote Syslog Receiver IP Addresses (Web) 89 Monitoring Storage Components and Zone Manager (Web) 91 Requirements for Monitoring Storage Components 91 View and Monitor RAID Controller Details (Web) 92