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L1000A or L1000B

 
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Jim Johnson_8
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L1000A or L1000B

How do I know which revision I have?
STM lists a product number of A5576A.
Do I need to physically look at the motherboard?
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Pete Randall
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Robert_Jewell
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Re: L1000A or L1000B

Another way would be to run CSTM and run the following commands:

sel all
info
il

View the log and look for the SYS_BD entry. You will see the part number of the board. Here is an "A" version example:



FRUID Field ascii hex
----------- ----- ---
FRU Name.............: SYS_BD 0x20202020 20202020 20205359 535f4244
Part Number..........: A5191-60001 0x41353139 312d3630 303031
Serial Number........: A56405269026 0x41353634 30353236 39303236
Engineering Date Code: 3938 0x33393338
Art Work Revision....: A4 0x4134
Scan Revision........: 0x0000
FRUID Definition Rev.: A 0x41
FRU Specific Info....: USS40110AW 0x55535334 30313130 41572020 20202020


-Bob
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Jim Johnson_8
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Re: L1000A or L1000B

I went to partsurfer first, but still couldn't see how you determine if it is the A or B revision (unless you are talking about the A at the end of the part number).
What does the B version look like in CSTM?
How about telling between a L3000 revision A versus revision B?
Robert_Jewell
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Re: L1000A or L1000B

For the L1000/2000 (rp5400/5450) there are two system boards, Rev A and B as you know. The model of the server will be either A5576A or A5576B (or A5191A or A5191B) and that will tell you the revision.

The rev A board supports 360mhz and 440mhz processors and has a part number of A5191-69x01 (or A5191-60001).

The rev B boards supports 360/440 and 550mhz processors and has a part number of A5191-69x16.

For the L3000 or L1500 (rp5470/5430) there is a similar difference.

The rev A board supports 550mhz processors and as a part number of A6144-69x01.

The rev B board adds support for the PA-8700 650/750/875mhz processors and has a part number of A6797-69x01.

-Bob
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