Для доведения темы до конца хочу сказать, для того чтобы вернуть управление IVM нужно сбрасывать лезвие в заводские настройки.
5.1.7 Recovery after an improper HMC connection
An HMC must not be connected to a system that is running the IVM; otherwise, you cannot do
any other operation on the IVM.
If an HMC was connected to a system using the IVM, the following steps explain how to
re-enable the IVM capabilities:
1. Power off the system.
2. Remove the system definition from the HMC.
3. Unplug the HMC network cable from the system if directly connected.
4. Connect a TTY console emulator with a serial cross-over cable to one of the system’s
5. Press any key on the console to open the service processor prompt.
6. Log in as the user admin and answer the questions about the number of lines and
7. Reset the service processor.
Type 2 to select 2. System Service Aids, type 10 to select 10. Reset Service Processor,
and then type 1 to confirm your selection. Wait for the system to reboot.
8. Reset it to the factory configuration (Manufacturing Default Configuration).
Type 2 to select 2. System Service Aids, type 11 to select 11. Factory Configuration,
then type 1 to select 1. Reset all settings, and then type 1 to confirm. Wait for the system
9. Configure the ASMI IP addresses if needed.
Type 5 to select 5. Network Services, type 1 to select 1. Network Configuration, select
the wanted IP version (type 1 to select 1. IPv4, or 2 to select 2. IPV6), and then configure
each Ethernet adapter. For more information, refer to 2.4, “Advanced System
Management Interface IP address setup” on page 26.
10.Start the system.
Type 1 to select 1. Power/Restart Control, type 1 to select 1. Power On/Off System, type
6 to select 6. Power on, and press Enter to confirm your selection.
11.Go to the system management services (SMS) menu.
12.Update the boot list.
Type 5 to select 5. Select Boot Options, type 2 to select 2. Configure Boot Device
Order, and select the IVM boot disk.
13.Boot the system.
14.Wait for the IVM to start.
15.Connect to the IVM with the GUI.
16.Restore the partition configuration using the last backup file.
From the Service Management menu in the navigation area, click Backup/Restore, and
then click Restore Partition Configuration in the work area. For more information, refer
to 5.1.1, “Backup and restore of the logical partition definitions” on page 152.
This operation updates only the IVM partition configuration and does not restore the
LPARs hosted by the IVM.
17.Reboot the IVM. (If changes do not require a reboot, then recovery of the IVM should be
18.Restore the partition configuration using the last backup file.
This time, each LPAR definition is restored.
19.Reboot the IVM.
This reboot is needed to make each virtual device available to the LPARs. (This is also
possible by issuing the cfgdev command.)
20.Restart each LPAR.