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EVA 8100 and the firmware is 6240

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EVA 8100 and the firmware is 6240

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Hi there.

 

We have a EVA 8100 and the firmware is 6240. The operating system of the servers, where the presentations point to is SLES 10 and 11.

 

How can I identify the disks presented? Is there a location where I can get a unique number for example that will match on both the server and the EVA? We used EVMS on the Linux side.

 

Thanks

Henri

 

 

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Re: EVA 8100 and the firmware is 6240

You should get "evainfo" for linux.

IIRC it is part of the SSSU donload on http://software.hp.com

Hope this helps!
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Torsten.

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Re: EVA 8100 and the firmware is 6240

Try

https://h20392.www2.hp.com/portal/swdepot/displayProductInfo.do?productNumber=P6000_CV10

get

CD, Command View SSSU v.10 Software (T5494-10031.iso)

and look for "evainfo-linux".

Hope this helps!
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Re: EVA 8100 and the firmware is 6240

Thanks, I will try