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Chapter 4 Domain Configuration 65 Backup and Restore Operations For domain backup and restore operations, see your backup software documentation for instructions. The Oracle Solaris OS documentation collection also contains information on backup and restore operations. Dynamic Reconfiguration Dynamic reconfiguration allows you to add PSBs to or remove them from midrange or high-end server domains without stopping the Oracle Solaris OS. DR is not supported on entry-level servers. You can use dynamic reconfiguration to redistribute your midrange or high-end server resources by adding or removing system boards as needed or to replace failed system boards with new ones. For more information, see the SPARC Enterprise M4000/M5000/M8000/M9000 Servers Dynamic Reconfiguration (DR) User’s Guide and the Service Manual for your server. XSCF Shell Procedures for Domain Configuration This section describes these tasks: “To Set CPU Operational Mode” on page 66 “To Specify XSB Mode on a Midrange or High-End Server” on page 66 “To Set Up a Domain Component List for a Midrange or High-End Server Domain” on page 66 “To Assign an XSB to a Midrange or High-End Server Domain” on page 67 “To Power On a Domain” on page 67 “To Display System Board Status” on page 68 “To Access a Domain From the XSCF Console” on page 68 “To Attach a CD-RW/DVD-RW Drive or Tape Drive While the Oracle Solaris OS Is Running on a High-End Server” on page 68 “To Disconnect a CD-RW/DVD-RW Drive or Tape Drive While the Oracle Solaris OS Is Running on a High-End Server” on page 69 Note – To change configuration of a domain, the target domain must be powered off.
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66 SPARC Enterprise Mx000 Servers Administration Guide February 2011 To Set CPU Operational Mode 1. Log in to the XSCF console with platadm or domainadm privileges. 2. Execute the setdomainmode command: where domain_id is the domain to which the CPU operational mode is to be specified, and mode is auto , to automatically determine the CPU operational mode at domain startup, or compatible, to set the CPU operational mode to the SPARC64 VI Compatible Mode. 3. Verify the operation with the showdomainmode command. 4. To check the CPU operational mode currently set to the domain, execute the prtdiag (1M) command on the Oracle Solaris OS. To Specify XSB Mode on a Midrange or High- End Server 1. Log in to the XSCF console with platadm or fieldeng privileges. 2. Execute the setupfru command: where mode is either 1 to specify a Uni-XSB or 4 to specify a Quad-XSB; sb specifies the system board device, and location is the location of the device, a number from 0-15. 3. Verify the operation with the showfru command. To Set Up a Domain Component List for a Midrange or High-End Server Domain 1. Log in to the XSCF console with platadm privileges.
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