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SPARC M5-32 and M6-32 Servers: How to deal with a hung or unresponsive Physical Domain (Doc ID 1540394.1)

Last updated on MARCH 01, 2021

Applies to:

SPARC M5-32 - Version All Versions and later
SPARC M6-32 - Version All Versions and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

This document provides details on how to deal with a hung or unresponsive M5-32/M6-32 Physical Domain (PDomain) and also explains how to send a break to the domain for recovery

Scope

Explains how to recognize a hung PDomain and the recovery options available. It also explains how to enable/disable the break signal in ILOM

Please see the following document for the procedure necessary to deal with a hung or unresponsive Logical Domain (LDom, also known as a Guest domain),

How to Collect a Forced Crash Dump of a Hanging Solaris Guest LDom (Doc ID 1020884.1)

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 Responding to a hung PDomain
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