How to Change Root’s Ilom Password

ILOM is the system Service Processor Sun includes with Sun x64 systems.ILOM, can also be accessed via an integrated HTTPS server, meaning that a user friendly graphical user interface is available. Currently the server models below use ILOM.
Sun Fire[TM]  X4100

Sun Fire[TM]  X4200

Sun Fire[TM]  X4500

Sun Fire[TM]  X4600

Sun Fire[TM]  X4100 M2

Sun Fire[TM]  X4200 M2

Sun Fire[TM]  X4600 M2

Sun Blade[TM] 6000

Sun Blade[TM] 8000

Sun Netra[TM] X4200 M2

Sun SPARC[TM] Enterprise T5120

Sun SPARC[TM] Enterprise T5220

The default root password for the ILOM is changeme. This is a Sun default and you should make sure that you modify this when you are setting up your new server.

Below I have outlined the procedure that you need to follow

  1. Connect and Login to your Serial Management port.
  2. cd /SP/users
  3. type “set /SP/users/root password”, and voila

Changing password for user /SP/users/root…
Enter new password: ********
Enter new password again: ********
New password was successfully set for user /SP/users/root

5 thoughts on “How to Change Root’s Ilom Password

  1. How can one see ILOM password for the server ? Is it stored in some file ?
    I need to check ILOM passwords for more than 300 servers, so you can understand the need.

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  2. How to get to the ILOM or ALOM from command prompt. My server is a SunFire X4200. What is the key combination to enter ILOM/ALOM from the console root login prompt? I am unable to do so by using #.

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