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aruns_s
Frequent Advisor

platform architecture version in superdome

can anybody guide me to find out platform architecture version in my superdome
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Sameer_Nirmal
Honored Contributor

Re: platform architecture version in superdome

Hi Arun,

I guess you want to find out the processor (PA-RISC) version. Be aware in PA-RISC , PA stands for Precision Architecture.

The hardware platform could be know using
# model
To know processor version and model used
# grep `model | cut -d/ -f 3` /usr/sam/lib/mo/sched.models
another way
# getconf SC_CPU_VERSION
It will give some decimal value. Convert the value to hex and match the hex value in the header file /usr/include/sys/unistd.h

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Andrew Merritt_2
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Re: platform architecture version in superdome

The model string should tell you what you need. If you are asking which type of PA chip you have, then Sameer has answered your question.

If it's more general, i.e. whether your SuperDome has PA or IA chips, then the model string will again tell you. For PA it will show something like: "9000/800/SD32A"; for Integrity systems: "ia64 hp superdome server SD32A" (see http://docs.hp.com/en/5991-1247/ch02s04.html )

Andrew