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view processor part

how do i see the part of proccesor from MP... ?
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Re: view processor part

Can someone help please ?

thanks
smatador
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Re: view processor part

Hi,
On the bch, information menu type all
or fru numberofcell you could have this type of menu
Cab/
Slot/ Part Serial Date Art Scan FRU Specific
CPU FRU Name Number Number Code Rev Rev Information
----- ---------------- ----------- ------------ ---- --- ---- ----------------

Re: view processor part

Sorry, but I don't understand.
Robert-Jan Goossens
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Re: view processor part

Hi,

Try the df command.

MP:CM> df

Regards,
Robert-Jan
smatador
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Re: view processor part

Directly from MP i don't know how to know the part number of a processor. But when you interact with the Boot Loader Commands
http://docs.hp.com/en/5991-1247B/ch05s20.html
you could have some information about cpu.

Re: view processor part

thanks ...
Avinash20
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Re: view processor part

MP:CM > df -all
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