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Last state: Returns the server to the state it was at before the power sunfire v20z off. Note If you choose to set QuickBoot to enabled, you need to perform the following steps to disable the QuickBoot feature whenever you add new memory, so that the new memory configuration sunfire v20z be tested. Follow this procedure to disable the QuickBoot feature: 1. From the Advanced menu, disable the QuickBoot feature. Now the BIOS will run at least one full memory test for your new memory when the server is rebooted. Press F10 to save the changes and exit. The system will automatically reboot and run the memory configuration tests.

By default, the internal diskette device is sunfire v20z only device from which you can boot. To change the assignment of the diskette devices, sunfire v20z that the server boots from a USB diskette device rather than the internal diskette device, perform the following steps: 1.

Attach the USB diskette device. Power on and reboot the system.


Press the F10 key to save your changes and sunfire v20z. The system will automatically reboot and run the self tests.

Sun Fire V20z : How To

In the Boot menu, select Removable Devices. Press the F10 key to save sunfire v20z changes and reboot.


The Sunfire v20z diskette device is bootable as drive A. If sunfire v20z enabled, the internal diskette drive becomes drive B and is not bootable. Note To change the internal diskette drive to be drive A again, disconnect the USB diskette device and reboot the server.

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The internal diskette device will be assigned to drive A, and if you reattach the USB sunfire v20z device, it will be assigned to drive B. Download the NSV files.

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sunfire v20z Share the NSV files with the appropriate permissions. From a Solaris-based or Linux-based client: a.

Update the SP firmware. Update the BIOS.

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Reboot the server. Perform housecleaning tasks. Preparing the Server Before you start the update: 1. Ensure that you do not have a firewall or VPN client enabled on your sunfire v20z machine.

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These applications block file sharing, and prevent the SP from mounting the share and accessing the NSV files. Check sunfire v20z Java runtime environment version 1. Ensure that you have an SSH client properly installed on your local machine. If you do not press the button before the system times out, the system automatically looks for a DHCP server. If no DHCP service is available on the SP network, use the arrow sunfire v20z to manually enter the network-information settings: IP address, netmask and default gateway or router.Model Sun Fire V20z - rack-mountable - Dual-Core Opteron 2 GHz - 4 GB - 73 GB. Server Scalability.

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