Login to the
service processor (MP or GSP).
From the Main
Menu, enter VFP to select the Virtual Front Panel option.
GSP MAIN MENU:
Utility Subsystem FW Revision Level: SR_XXXX_D
VFP: Virtual Front Panel
CM: Command Menu
CL: Console Logs
SL: Show chassis Logs
X: Exit Connection
If you are accessing the service processor using a single-partition-user
account, selecting the VFP option takes you directly to the nPartition Virtual
If accessing the GSP using an operator or administrator
account, you can select the VFP for any single nPartition, or can select a
system VFP that displays the nPartition state and activity for all nPartitions
within the server complex.
Select the nPartition
you wish to monitor.
Skip this step if you are accessing
the service processor using a single-partition-user account.
Partition VFP's available:
S) System (all chassis codes)
View the VFP
details for information about the nPartition and its current boot state.
To exit the VFP and return to the service processor main
menu, type ^b (Control-b).
The VFP provides details including the nPartition state,
nPartition activity, and the state and activity for each cell assigned to
the nPartition. The VFP display updates as the cell or nPartition state and
E indicates error since last boot
Partition 1 state Activity
Cell(s) Booting: 57 Logs
# Cell state Activity
- ---------- --------
4 Booting Cell firmware test 28 Logs
6 Booting Cell firmware test 28 Logs
GSP:VFP (^B to Quit) >
At the service
processor (MP or GSP) Main Menu, enter X to exit the service