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Management Port - how to display RAM slots populated

 
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Gene Laoyan
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Management Port - how to display RAM slots populated

I did this before when we first fired up our 8640 but I forgot how to do it (senior moment).
Can anyone tell me how to navigate to that display from the MP?

Thanks
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Sandman!
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Re: Management Port - how to display RAM slots populated

# echo 'scl q mem;info;wait;il;done' | cstm
Gene Laoyan
Super Advisor

Re: Management Port - how to display RAM slots populated

OK, it gives me something like this...
DIMM Location Size(MB) State Serial Num Part Num
-------------------- -------- ------- ---------------- ------------------
Cab 0 Cell 3 DIMM 0A 2048 Config PRY06240G5 A9846-60301
Cab 0 Cell 3 DIMM 0B 2048 Config PRY06240H1 A9846-60301
Cab 0 Cell 3 DIMM 1A 2048 Config PRY06240DS A9846-60301
Cab 0 Cell 3 DIMM 1B 2048 Config PRY0624073 A9846-60301
Cab 0 Cell 3 DIMM 2A 2048 Config PRY062405G A9846-60301
Cab 0 Cell 3 DIMM 2B 2048 Config PRY06240G7 A9846-60301
Cab 0 Cell 3 DIMM 3A 2048 Config PRY06240JN A9846-60301
Cab 0 Cell 3 DIMM 3B 2048 Config PRY062401U A9846-60301
Cab 0 Cell 3 DIMM 4A ---- ---- ---- ----
Cab 0 Cell 3 DIMM 4B ---- ---- ---- ----
Cab 0 Cell 3 DIMM 5A ---- ---- ---- ----
Cab 0 Cell 3 DIMM 5B ---- ---- ---- ----
Cab 0 Cell 3 DIMM 6A ---- ---- ---- ----
Cab 0 Cell 3 DIMM 6B ---- ---- ---- ----
Cab 0 Cell 3 DIMM 7A ---- ---- ---- ----
Cab 0 Cell 3 DIMM 7B ---- ---- ---- ----
Cab 0 Cell 3 DIMM 8A ---- ---- ---- ----
Cab 0 Cell 3 DIMM 8B ---- ---- ---- ----
Cab 0 Cell 3 DIMM 9A ---- ---- ---- ----
Cab 0 Cell 3 DIMM 9B ---- ---- ---- ----
Cab 0 Cell 3 DIMM AA ---- ---- ---- ----
Cab 0 Cell 3 DIMM AB ---- ---- ---- ----
Cab 0 Cell 3 DIMM BA ---- ---- ---- ----
Cab 0 Cell 3 DIMM BB ---- ---- ---- ----
Cab 0 Cell 3 DIMM CA ---- ---- ---- ----
Cab 0 Cell 3 DIMM CB ---- ---- ---- ----
Cab 0 Cell 3 DIMM DA ---- ---- ---- ----
Cab 0 Cell 3 DIMM DB ---- ---- ---- ----
Cab 0 Cell 3 DIMM EA ---- ---- ---- ----
Cab 0 Cell 3 DIMM EB ---- ---- ---- ----
Cab 0 Cell 3 DIMM FA ---- ---- ---- ----
Cab 0 Cell 3 DIMM FB ---- ---- ---- ----

Does this mean there are 32 slots/sockets for memory and we can only use 2GB sticks?

Thanks
Steven E. Protter
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Re: Management Port - how to display RAM slots populated

Shalom,

Second question.

It means there are 24 free slots and 8 are occupied. You probably can use 1 GB or other sticks however, but you must do so in pairs.

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Sandman!
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Re: Management Port - how to display RAM slots populated

Torsten.
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Re: Management Port - how to display RAM slots populated

From the mentioned manual:

"The servers are capable of supporting as little as 2 GB of main memory using two 1 GB DIMMs
installed on one of the cell boards and as much as 512 GB by filling all 16 DIMM slots on all four cell
boards with 8 GB DIMMs.
DIMMs must be loaded as paired sets at specific locations on the cell board. A paired set of DIMMs is
called a rank. DIMMs in a rank must be of the same capacity. DIMM load order and echelon
numbering are the same. For example, DIMM slots 0A and 0B comprise echelon 0, DIMM slots 1A
and 1B comprise echelon 1, and so on. See Table C-1 and Figure C-1 for DIMM load order and layout
on the cell board."


You can have up to 4 cells in this server - currently you have 1 installed.
Max memory is 256 GB - see

http://h20341.www2.hp.com/integrity/cache/342145-0-0-0-121.html

Hope this helps!
Regards
Torsten.

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Gene Laoyan
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Re: Management Port - how to display RAM slots populated

Thanks everyone!