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Christopher Little_2
Frequent Advisor

fibre card fireware level

We have an RP8400 running 11.11 and have a number of Tachyon XL2 fc cards installed (part number A6795A). We need to determine the firmware level of each of these cards to help troubleshoot a performance problem. I've not been able to find a command to tell me this information. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

Chris
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Christopher Little_2
Frequent Advisor

Re: fibre card fireware level

fat fingered the subject...should be "firmware level"
Steven E. Protter
Exalted Contributor

Re: fibre card fireware level

I would think some variation of the fcmsutil would help.

fcmsutil /dev/td0 does not appear to show firmware level.

There are lots of options though and I can't think of which one will work.

or

ioscan

again, can't figure out what command line options are needed.

mstm,cstm or xstm might be the tool of last or first resort.

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Christopher Little_2
Frequent Advisor

Re: fibre card fireware level

Thanks. I actually used the vpd switch to fcmsutil and it gave me most of thie information I need.

Chris