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Elif Gius
Valued Contributor

Superdome GSP

Hi all,

has anyone an idea how I can find how much cell boards are in one SuperDome.
I already looked in the GSP . But there I only found "cell partition assignments". It that the right one???
I would be happy if anyone has a good idea.
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Sanjay Kumar Suri
Honored Contributor

Re: Superdome GSP

It seems you are right.
CP : Display partition cell assignments

sks
A rigid mind is very sure, but often wrong. A flexible mind is generally unsure, but often right.
RAC_1
Honored Contributor

Re: Superdome GSP

May ne rad -q will help you.

Also parstatus.

Anil
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Elif Gius
Valued Contributor

Re: Superdome GSP

Hi,

I found the command "parstatus" ...
Then you have not to be on the GSP...you can execute it on command line... I will try this
Bruno Ganino
Honored Contributor

Re: Superdome GSP

Hemanth Gurunath Basrur
Honored Contributor

Re: Superdome GSP

Hello Elif,

Yes, the parstatus command may help.

A single cabinet HP Integrity Superdome SD32 may contain up to eight cell boards (32 processors), four I/O card cages, four I/O fans, four system cooling fans, six bulk power supplies, and two PDCAs.

A single cabinet HP Integrity Superdome SD16 may contain up to four cell boards (16 processors), four I/O card cages, five I/O fans, four system cooling fans, four bulk power supplies, and two PDCA. Additionally, to the above, two backplane power supplies provides N+1 for the HP Integrity Superdome SD16.

For more information, refer to:
http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/genericDocument?lc=en&cc=us&docname=c00046839

HTH.

Regards,
Hemanth