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Safarali
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Superdome command

Hi experts is it any way to find out how many processor in Superdome and processor speed and memory, in superdome
I can check each server by server by login to each partition from the command machinfo or ioscan but I need total memory installed in superdom or total processor etc is it any command available in MP level

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Safar
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Yarek
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Re: Superdome command

Hi,

Please look at GSP commands


rgds
Yarek
Torsten.
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Re: Superdome command

parstatus

will help you

Hope this helps!
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Sudalaimani
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Re: Superdome command

Hi,

Here is some

1. echo "selclass qualifier memory;info;wait;il" | cstm

This will giv eyou details slot by slot and total memory available.

2. parstatus - This will give both CPU/MEMORY per cellboad (with activesize or no/deactivated & for CPU's it will have max CPU possible for that cell board)

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Mani
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Sudalaimani
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Re: Superdome command

one more thing

For CPU - #echo "selclass qualifier cpu;info;wait;il" | cstm

will give very detail including firware/PDC version no. etc.

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Mani
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Torsten.
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Re: Superdome command

parstatus example:

[Cell]
CPU Memory Use
OK/ (GB) Core On
Hardware Actual Deconf/ OK/ Cell Next Par
Location Usage Max Deconf Connected To Capable Boot Num
========== ============ ======= ========= =================== ======= ==== ===
cab0,cell0 Active Core 6/0/8 16.0/0.0 cab0,bay1,chassis3 yes yes 0
cab0,cell1 Active Core 6/0/8 16.0/0.0 cab0,bay0,chassis1 yes yes 1
cab0,cell2 Active Base 6/0/8 16.0/0.0 cab0,bay1,chassis1 yes yes 0
cab0,cell3 Active Base 6/0/8 16.0/0.0 cab0,bay0,chassis3 yes yes 1
cab0,cell4 Absent - - - - - -
cab0,cell5 Absent - - - - - -
cab0,cell6 Absent - - - - - -
cab0,cell7 Absent - - - - - -



Just count the CPUs and memory for the complex.

Hope this helps!
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Torsten.

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Phil uk
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Re: Superdome command


Parstatus, as mentioned, is probably the easiest option but you can also use the MP.
From the GSP/MP, you can use the DF command.
Go to the CM prompt and then type DF.
You can either select specific FRU's or Dump all of the information.

[nirwwk201] MP:CM> df

This command displays the FRU ID information for the selected FRU.

Do you want a specific FRU or a dump? ([S]/D) d

A - ALL - All FRU devices in a cabinet.
B - CPB - Cell power board.
C - CIO - Core IO (contains PACI).
D - DIMM
G - UGUY
H - SBCH
I - IOB
M - PRM - Processor module.
O - IOPB - IO back plane power board.
P - BPB - Main back plane power board.
R - LSB/RSB
S - SBC
T - PDH - PDH daughtercard.
W - CB - Cell board.
X - BPS
Select FRU :
Regards,
Phil
Safarali
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Re: Superdome command

Found the answer