Sun RSC Configuration
The Sun Remote System Control (RSC) is a server management tool that allows you to monitor and control your server over modem lines and over a network.<>The server can boot and operate normally when RSC software is not enabled, and Sun console features continue to be available on standard RS232 ports.
Before you begin, you must:
- Confirm the Solaris OS running is Solaris 8 (7/01) or later
- Download the RSC utilities on your server
- Assign an IP address to your server
Login as root to your E250 and dowload the RSC utilities (www.sun.com/servers/rsc.html)
Download the ZIP file for the version of Solaris OS installed on your server:
|9 (or later)||rsc2.2.3_packages_s9.zip|
Once the download has completed, unzip the file in a temporary location.
Install the following package extracted from the ZIP file:
# pkgadd -d . SUNWrsc SUNWrscd SUNWrscj
SUNWrsc — Remote System Control
SUNWrscd — Remote System Control User Guide
SUNWrscj — Remote System Control GUI
Once installed, you must configure the RSC. Use the following command to configure your RSC
Setup your RSC according to your need. You can activate the Ethernet, Modem or Serial. Then configuration will update to flash and resetting the RSC.
Once the RSC software has been installed and configured, you must redirect the console to the RSC. In order to achieve this we shutdown the system, and type the following commands at the
ok diag-console rsc ok setenv input-device rsc-console ok setenv output-device rsc-console
Boot your server for the changes to become active.
All RSC commands are located in the following directory::
The main two commands to use are:
rsc-config — Used to configure the RSC
rscadm — Used to administer the RSC
The RSC is supported on the following Sun Servers:
- Sun Enterprise 250,
- Sun Fire 280R,
- Sun Fire V480,
- Sun Fire V490,
- Sun Fire V880, and
- Sun Fire V890 Servers