User manual Sun Microsystems X6450

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Graceful shutdown. Use a non-conducting pointed object, such as a stylus, to  
press and release the Power button on the front panel. This causes Advanced  
Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI) enabled operating systems to perform  
an orderly shutdown of the operating system. Servers not running ACPI-enabled  
operating systems will shut down to standby power mode immediately.  
Emergency shutdown. Press and hold the Power button for four seconds to force  
main power off and enter standby power mode.  
When main power is off, the Power/OK LED on the front panel begins flashing,  
indicating that the server is in standby power mode.  
Note–To power off the server completely, you must remove it from the chassis, or  
disconnect the AC power cords from the back panel of the chassis.  
Note–Pressing the Power button for four seconds or more always causes the  
subsystems in the server module (except for the service processor) to be powered off,  
even if the server module is already in the powered-off state.  
If the server module is already in the powered-off state when the Power button is  
pressed for four seconds or more, power is briefly applied to the system, then it is  
turned off again.  
About Diskless Servers  
The Sun Blade X6450 is a diskless server. This means that you cannot install the  
operating system on a local disk because it does not have one.  
Instead, you have other choices. These include:  
Installing the operating system on the compact flash, which shares characteristics  
with a hard drive, and which can support some operating systems. This option is  
described in “Compact Flash Drive” on page 6.  
Installing the operating system on the SSD, or Solid State Disk device. See “Solid  
State Disk Drive (SSD)” on page 7.  
Configure diskless network boot, which boots the server module from a boot  
image on another server. See the SunBladeX6450ServerModuleOperating  
SystemInstallationGuideor your operating system documentation for more  
Chapter 1 Introduction  

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