Shut Down, Reset, or Power Cycle the Oracle MiniCluster S7-2 Engineered System

Hi,

In this post, I want to share the required steps for Startup, Shut Down, Reset, or Power Cycle the Oracle MiniCluster S7-2 Engineered System.

Notify affected users that the server will be shut down.
Log into one of the nodes as an MCMU administrator such as mcinstall

mcinstall@dpwadm-n1:/var/home/mcinstall % mcmu status -G -k

List a Summary of All DB VM Groups

mcinstall@dpwadm-n1:/var/home/mcinstall % mcmu tenant -G -l

Stop the DB grid infrastructure

mcinstall@dpwadm-n1:/var/home/mcinstall % mcmu stop -G -n VMgroupname

Here, where VMgroupname is the name of the DB VM group. You can learn with “mcmu tenant -G -l”

Stop the GI in the kernel zones on node1 and node2.

mcinstall@dpwadm-n1:/var/home/mcinstall % mcmu stop -G -k node1
mcinstall@dpwadm-n1:/var/home/mcinstall % mcmu stop -G -k node2

Re-check Workgroup status

mcinstall@dpwadm-n1:/var/home/mcinstall % mcmu status -G -k

Shut down all the zones in VM group dpwyadm

mcinstall@dpwadm-n1:/var/home/mcinstall % mcmu stop -V -n dpwyadm

Check running status

mcinstall@dpwadm-n1:/var/home/mcinstall % zoneadm list -civ

If there are “running” state then stop the kernel zones.

mcinstall@dpwadm-n1:/var/home/mcinstall % mcmu stop -Z -k node1
[INFO ] Log file path : dpwadm-n1:/var/opt/oracle.minicluster/setup/logs/mcmu_121818_131505.log
[INFO ] Check if initial setup complete
[INFO ] Checking if nodes are in sync
Do you want to shut down zone acfskz? [yes/no] (no): yes
[INFO ] Zone acfskz has been shut down
mcinstall@dpwadm-n1:/var/home/mcinstall % mcmu stop -Z -k node2
[INFO ] Log file path : dpwadm-n1:/var/opt/oracle.minicluster/setup/logs/mcmu_121818_131716.log
[INFO ] Check if initial setup complete
[INFO ] Checking if nodes are in sync
Do you want to shut down zone acfskz? [yes/no] (no): yes
[INFO ] Zone acfskz has been shut down

OR You want to shut down the whole system with one command.

mcinstall@dpwadm-n1:/var/home/mcinstall % mcmu stop -S

Shutdown one node:

mcinstall@dpwadm-n1:/var/home/mcinstall % mcmu stop -N node1
mcinstall@dpwadm-n1:/var/home/mcinstall % mcmu stop -N node2

For a full power down, perform the remaining steps. Now, you can stop ILOMs. Oracle ILOM CLI – In a terminal window, enter:

Oracle(R) Integrated Lights Out Manager

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Hostname: dpwadm-n1-ilom

-> stop /System/
Are you sure you want to stop /System (y/n)? y
Stopping /System

For Starting the whole system, Log in to ILOMs

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Hostname: dpwadm-n1-ilom

-> start /System

Check System

-> show /System/

/System
Targets:
Open_Problems (0)
Processors
Memory
Power
Cooling
Storage
Networking
PCI_Devices
Firmware
Log

Properties:
health = OK
health_details = –
open_problems_count = 0
type = Rack Mount
model = MiniCluster S7-2
qpart_id = XXXXXXXX
part_number = MiniCluster S7-2
serial_number = XXXXXXXXXX
component_model = SPARC S7-2
component_part_number = XXXXXXX
component_serial_number = XXXXXXXX
system_identifier = Oracle MiniCluster S7-2 XXXXXXXXXX
system_fw_version = Sun System Firmware 9.8.5.c 2018/05/03 17:22
primary_operating_system = Oracle Solaris 11.3 SPARC
primary_operating_system_detail = –
host_primary_mac_address = 00:10:e0:c0:bf:30
ilom_address = 10.102.106.141
ilom_mac_address = 00:10:E0:C0:BF:39
locator_indicator = Off
power_state = Off
actual_power_consumption = 471 watts
action = (Cannot show property)

Commands:
cd
reset
set
show
start
stop

->

Also please check for faults.

Oracle(R) Integrated Lights Out Manager

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Hostname: dpwadm-n1-ilom

-> start /SP/faultmgmt/shell/
Are you sure you want to start /SP/faultmgmt/shell (y/n)? y

faultmgmtsp>
faultmgmtsp> fmadm faulty
No faults found
faultmgmtsp> exit

Now, log into one of the nodes as an MCMU administrator such as mcinstall and check the system

zoneadm list -civ

mcmu status -G -k

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