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Bona_1
Frequent Advisor

Firmware Version

Hello all,
Does anyone know how I can determine the current PDC firmware version running on a RP2470? What commands can I type to present it?
Thanks
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Robert-Jan Goossens
Honored Contributor

Re: Firmware Version

Hi,

* * * * * * * * VERIFYING CURRENT REVISION OF FIRMWARE * * * * * * * *

1. telnet into the GSP.
2. logon to the GSP.
3. Type ecf.
4. Type b.
5. Type he

If the Revision number of the currently installed firmware is not
C.02.14 then install new firmware.

http://www4.itrc.hp.com/service/patch/patchDetail.do?BC=patch.breadcrumb.main|patch.breadcrumb.search|&patchid=PF_CHARGSPC0214&context=firmware:cpu

http://www4.itrc.hp.com/service/patch/patchDetail.do?BC=patch.breadcrumb.main|patch.breadcrumb.search|&patchid=PF_CHAW4350&context=firmware:cpu

Regards,
Robert-Jan
Pedro Rubio
Advisor

Re: Firmware Version

Hi,

Robert has said to you how to check GSP version and what are new versions for GSP firmware and PDC fw.

To check PDC fw you have 2 ways:
1.- Offline: At BCH you can find it.
2.- Online: if you have STM installed you can
run mstm, (just type mstm)
select any processor and
tools->information->run.
There you will find PDC fw version.

I hope it helps.
Regards,
Pedro.

Re: Firmware Version

AN Alternate to the MSTM method would be to use the command line version of diags.

Use the following commands at consecutive prompts

CSTM
map
sel dev
info
il

The line containing the firmware rev will look like:

PDC Firmware Revision: 43.50

If the firmware is less than 43.50 then you can use the following patches to update firmware.

11.00 swinstall patch PHSS_29936
11.11 swinstall patch PHSS_29937
tape install patch PF_CHAW4350
KCS_1
Respected Contributor

Re: Firmware Version

Hi,

As far as I know to find the current PDC firmware version on a rp2470 are available by using MSTM,CSTM and another one is when the boot up, that will be displayed shortly but it requires to system reboot.

If the system is running

# mstm ---> (highlight) cpu ---> (see) information ---> (see) the output





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