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Oracle 1Z0-489

SPARC M6-32 and SPARC M5-32 Servers Installation Essentials

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This certification is available to all candidates but is geared toward members of the Oracle PartnerNetwork. OPN members earning this certification will be recognized as OPN Certified Specialists. This certification qualifies as competency criteria for the SPARC M6-32 and SPARC M5-32 Servers Specialization.
SPARC M6-32 and SPARC M5-32 Servers Overview

  • Describe the target workloads for the SPARC M5-32 Server
  • Describe the key differentiators of the SPARC M5-32 Server processor architecture
  • Describe how the System Interconnect works
  • Describe Memory population rules
  • Describe how the System Clock works
  • Describe how PCIe cards are populated
  • Describe the PCIe root complex structure and IO card population guidelines
  • Describe the Power and Cooling system, including redundancy and air flow
  • Describe the Fan Unit redundancy
  • Define the Power Supply redundancy and power grid mapping
  • Use the Operator Panel
  • Describe memory configuration guidelines
  • Explain the SPARC M5-32 Server physical domain technology
  • Differentiate the core capabilities of SPARC M5-32 Server virtualization options (e.g. Oracle VM Server for SPARC, Solaris Zones)

Enterprise Installation Standards (EIS)

  • Use the Enterprise Installation Service methodology
  • Setup and generate self-contained installation documentation
  • Create an installation configuration plan
  • Create a test procedures plan
  • Perform system hardware acclimatization steps
  • Label and route cables
  • Describe the electrical grounding requirements
  • Describe Oracle Solaris installation requirements
  • Determine boot disk layout and mirroring

SPARC M5-32 Server Installation

  • Implement measures to prevent electrostatic discharge
  • Configure the service processor
  • Secure the service processor
  • Update firmware
  • Configure Physical Domains according to customer requirements
  • Perform host power on and Power On Self Test (POST)
  • Perform the initial boot and configuration of Solaris
  • Test CPU and memory with Sun Validation Test Suite (SunVTS)
  • Setup and configure Auto Service Request (ASR)
  • Run Snapshot and Explorer
  • Troubleshoot common installation issues

Enterprise Installation Standards (EIS)

  • Describe field replaceable components that may apply to basic installation and configuration
  • Verify system serial number
  • Identify the CPU location from within Solaris and from the Service processor when errors are detected
  • Map the CPU to the CMU, and the CMU to the DCU
  • Perform PCIe card and riser removal and installation
  • Use server management tools, (e.g. ILOM BUI, Ops Center, and ipmi)
  • Use server monitoring tools (e.g. email, snmp, snapshot, explorer, ILOM BUI, Ops Center)
  • Collect system error and state information (e.g. ILOM snapshot and Solaris Explorer)

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