Displays the environmental status of the host server.This information includes system temperatures, power supply status, front panel LED status, hard disk drive status, fan status, voltage, and current sensor status. The -y option enables you to skip the confirmation question.
If you omit the -c option, the flashupdate command attempts to restore preserved configuration information, halting the firmware downgrade because that configuration information is absent.
Machine types: 3026, 3029, 3039, 3054, 3137, 3139, 3149, 3219, 3245, 3246, 3245, 3282, 3319, 3349, 3394, 3421, 3491, 3544, 3627, 3652, 3699, 3769, 3878, 3934, 4972, 4992, 5132, 5206, 5261, 5267, 5297, 5325, 5384, 5391, 5450, 5472, 5474, 5485, 5498, 553.
This document contains important release information about the Sun Storage Tek 2500 Series Array or information that was not available at the time the product documentation was published.
Read this document so that you are aware of issues or requirements that can affect the installation and operation of the Sun Storage Tek 2500 Array.
These release notes cover the Sun Storage Tek 2500 Series Array, Release 1.0 and Release 6.17.52 firmware, and related hardware issues.
For information on management software requirements, operations, and issues, see the The Sun Storage Tek 2540 Array, the Sun Storage Tek 2501 Expansion Module, and upcoming models are a family of storage products.The Sun Storage Tek 2540 Array contains disk drives for storing data and controllers that provide the interface between a management and/or data host and the disk drives.Document Information Preface Related Documentation Documentation, Support, and Training Documentation Feedback Understanding ILOM for the Sun Blade T6320 Server Module ILOM Overview Chassis Monitoring Module Features Updating the System Firmware Resetting the Password to the Factory Default Managing the Host Resetting the Host Managing Host Boot Mode Viewing and Configuring Host Control Information Managing Host Diagnostics and POST Managing System User Interactions Managing the Service Processor Storing Customer Information Changing Service Processor Setting to Factory Defaults Display Console History (CLI) Change Console Escape Characters (CLI) Changing Configuration Policy Settings Managing Power Usage and Monitoring Power Consumption Managing Network Access Managing SSH Server Settings Monitoring Active System Faults Managing Devices Managing Virtual Keyswitch Settings IPMI Sensor Reference Sensors on the Sun Blade T6320 Server Module Server Indicators on the Sun Blade T6320 Server Module ALOM CMT Compatibility Shell Limits to Backward Compatibility Adding a Commit Step to Procedures That Configure ILOM Network Configuration Properties Commit a Change to a Network Configuration Property Commit a Change to a Serial Port Configuration Property Create an ALOM CMT Compatibility Shell Switch Between the ALOM CMT Shell and the Host Console Return to the ILOM From the ILOM CMT Shell ALOM CMT Variables ALOM CMT Variable Comparison Event Messages Available Through the ALOM Compatibility Shell Event Message Overview Event Severity Levels Service Processor Usage Event Messages Environmental Monitoring Event Messages Host Monitoring Event Messages SCC Backup and Restore Information Stored on the SCC Index The following table provides a command-by-command comparison between the command sets of ALOM CMT and the default ILOM CLI command set.Only the supported ALOM CMT command options are listed in the tables below.Where there are ALOM CMT command-line arguments that have no corresponding ILOM properties, those ALOM CMT arguments have been omitted.The command set of the ALOM compatibility shell provides a close approximation of the equivalent commands and arguments (where supported) in ALOM CMT.