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Enter the OpenBoot environment.

1.

Prior to powering on the server, log in to the SP.


Refer to Servers Administration for instructions.

2.

At the Oracle ILOM prompt, disable autoboot so that the server will not boot the OS when the
server powers on.

3.

>set/HOST/bootmodescript="setenvautoboot?false"

4.

Power on the server.


See Power On the Server (Oracle ILOM) or Power On the Server (Power Button).

5.

At the OpenBoot prompt, list the device paths on the server.

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okshowdevs
...
/pci@400/pci@2/pci@0/pci@e/scsi@0
...
You can also use the devalias command to locate device paths specific to your server.

okdevalias
...
scsi0/pci@400/pci@2/pci@0/pci@e/scsi@0
scsi/pci@400/pci@2/pci@0/pci@e/scsi@0
...
10.

Choose the RAID module on the motherboard.

11.

okselectscsi
Instead of using the alias name scsi, you could type the full device path name (such
as /pci@400/pci@2/pci@0/pci@e/scsi@0).

12.

List all connected logical RAID volumes to determine which volumes are in an inactive state.

13.

okshowvolumes
For example, the following output shows an inactive volume:

okshowvolumes
Volume0Target389TypeRAID1(Mirroring)
WWID03b2999bca4dc677
OptimalEnabledInactive
2Members583983104Blocks,298GB
Disk1
PrimaryOptimal
Target9HITACHIH103030SCSUN300GA2A8
Disk0
SecondaryOptimal
TargetcHITACHIH103030SCSUN300GA2A8

Create a Hardware RAID Volume


1.

Select the controller that will handle a new RAID volume.


See Prepare to Create a RAID Hardware Volume (FCode-based RAID Utility). At this point you have obtained
the OpenBoot prompt and have selected an on-board disk controller.

2.

List the physical drives on the selected controller.


Note the target name of each disk you will use in the RAID. In this example, the targets are named 9, a, b,
and c.

okshowchildren
...
Target9
Unit0DiskHITACHIH109030SESUN300GA31A585937500Blocks,300GB
SASDeviceName5000cca01622ac64SASAddress5000cca01622ac65PhyNum0
Targeta
Unit0DiskHITACHIH109030SESUN300GA31A585937500Blocks,300GB
SASDeviceName5000cca01622b1f4SASAddress5000cca01622b1f5PhyNum1
ok

3.

Select one of these commands to create a logical drive from several physical disks:
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createraid0volume

createraid1volume

createraid1evolume

createraid10volume

For example, to create a RAID 0 volume with targets 9 and a, type the targets first then type the command
name:

ok9acreateraid0volume
To create a RAID 1e volume with three targets (a, b, and c), type:

okabccreateraid1evolume
To create a RAID 10 volume with four targets (9, a, b, and c), type:

ok9abccreateraid10volume
4.

Verify creation of the RAID volume.

5.

okshowvolumes

6.

(Optional) Create a second RAID volume to be handled by the present controller.


To do so, enter another command as described in Step 3.

7.

Deselect the controller.

okunselectdev

Reactivate RAID Volumes


Perform this task only if your server had RAID volumes prior to replacing the motherboard.
1.

Prior to powering on the server, log in to the SP.


Refer to Servers Administration for instructions.

2.

At the Oracle ILOM prompt, disable autoboot so that the server will not boot the OS when the
server powers on.

3.

>set/HOST/bootmodescript="setenvautoboot?false"

4.

Power on the server.


See Power On the Server (Oracle ILOM) or Power On the Server (Power Button).

5.

At the OpenBoot prompt, list the device paths on the server.

6.

okshowdevs

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9.

...
/pci@400/pci@2/pci@0/pci@e/scsi@0
...
You can also use the devalias command to locate device paths specific to your server.

okdevalias
...
scsi0/pci@400/pci@2/pci@0/pci@e/scsi@0
scsi/pci@400/pci@2/pci@0/pci@e/scsi@0
...
10.

Choose the RAID module on the motherboard.

11.

okselectscsi
Instead of using the alias name scsi, you could type the full device path name (such
as /pci@400/pci@2/pci@0/pci@e/scsi@0).

12.

List all connected logical RAID volumes to determine which volumes are in an inactive state.

13.

okshowvolumes
For example, the following output shows an inactive volume:

okshowvolumes
Volume0Target389TypeRAID1(Mirroring)
WWID03b2999bca4dc677
OptimalEnabledInactive
2Members583983104Blocks,298GB
Disk1
PrimaryOptimal
Target9HITACHIH103030SCSUN300GA2A8
Disk0
SecondaryOptimal
TargetcHITACHIH103030SCSUN300GA2A8
14.

For each RAID volume listed as inactive, type the following command to activate that volume.

15.

okinactive_volumeactivatevolume
where inactive_volume is the name of the RAID volume that you are activating. For example:

ok0activatevolume
Volume0isnowactivated

Note - For more information on configuring hardware RAID on the server, refer to Servers Administration.

16.

Unselect the SCSI device.

17.

okunselectdev

18.

Confirm that you reactivated the volume.

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okprobescsiall
/pci@400/pci@2/pci@0/pci@e/scsi@0

FCodeVersion1.00.54,MPTVersion2.00,FirmwareVersion5.00.17.00

Targeta
Unit0RemovableReadOnlydeviceTEACDVW28SSR1.0C
SATAdevicePhyNum3
Targetb
GBUnit0DiskSEAGATEST914603SSUN146G0868286739329Blocks,
146
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SASDeviceName5000c50016f75e4fSASAddress5000c50016f75e4dPhyNum1
30.
Target389Volume0
31.
Unit0DiskLSILogicalVolume3000583983104Blocks,
298GB
32.
VolumeDeviceName33b2999bca4dc677VolumeWWID03b2999bca4dc677
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/pci@400/pci@1/pci@0/pci@b/pci@0/usb@0,2/hub@2/hub@3/storage@2
35.
Unit0RemovableReadOnlydeviceAMIVirtualCDROM1.00
36.

Set the autoboot? OpenBoot PROM variable to true so the server boots the OS when powered
on.

37.

oksetenvautoboot?true

38.

Reboot the server.