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CharliePuyol
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Firmware Version

Hello, pop quiz! How can I see the firmware version on a rp5430, I though it was with SYSREV, but i was wrong, help me!
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Torsten.
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Re: Firmware Version

Run

echo "selclass qualifier cpu;info;wait;il"|cstm


and grep for PDC

Hope this helps!
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Andrew Rutter
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Re: Firmware Version

hi,

or you could try pdcinfo

#pdcinfo

or reboot to the BCH commands and check with in fv comand

ma>in fv

Andy
YAQUB_1
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Re: Firmware Version

Hi,

Login MP LAN then execute
Shell> info fw

BR/
Yaqub
Torsten.
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Re: Firmware Version

well yaqub, how you would do this with a rp5430?

Hope this helps!
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Ron Irving
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Re: Firmware Version

Hi!!

If you run a cstm info.

# cstm
cstm>sall = for select all
cstm>info
cstm>il = for information log

enter 'q' for quit, and 'sa' for save as. Give it a path and filename, (/tmp/cstm.out)

Each processor output in that file will return the pdc firmware rev, (i.e. 42.21.)

The GSP firmware can be returned by typing 'he' at the gsp prompt, (i.e. A.02.21)

Hope this helps.
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Torsten.
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Re: Firmware Version

@Ron:

you should add a line, if you want to do this that way:

...
cstm>info
cstm> wait
cstm>il = for information log
...

Because of "wait" you get current information, otherwise maybe from last run.
(does no matter here, but sometimes it does).


Have a look at the line I posted, it's easier.

Hope this helps!
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Torsten.

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CharliePuyol
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Re: Firmware Version

Thanks! All of the answers were very helpful!
Adios!