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ALPHA_10
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Hardware List


Hello

Could you help me please ? How can I gather the hardware list by system in tru64?

many thanks
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Mark Poeschl_2
Honored Contributor
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Re: Hardware List

The 'hwmgr -view hierarchy' command will give you a complete list of all the H/W in your system.
Mark Poeschl_2
Honored Contributor

Re: Hardware List

...assuming of course that you're running Tru64 5.x.
ALPHA_10
Advisor

Re: Hardware List


thanks for your help, the system is tru64 V4.0D


I try with the command (hwmgr -view hierarchy ) but is not correct

Could you help me please?
ALPHA_10
Advisor

Re: Hardware List


sorry , I lost ... The system is tru64 V4.0D

thanks for your help
Rob Leadbeater
Honored Contributor

Re: Hardware List

Hi,

It's a while since I've used a 4.0F machine, but I think the sys_check command should be available.

That will probably detail the hardware in the machine quite well.

Cheers,

Rob
ALPHA_10
Advisor

Re: Hardware List


Many thanks, but exist other form for gather the only parts of servers ?

example: cpu,memory,disk, lan ,scsii, processors


thanks for your help
Kapil Jha
Honored Contributor

Re: Hardware List

....>but exist other form for gather the only parts of servers ....???????

can you please tell me what that mean....
I am in this small bowl, I wane see the real world......
Rob Leadbeater
Honored Contributor

Re: Hardware List

Hi,

Processors: psrinfo -v
Memory: vmstat -P

Not sure on the others in 4.0F.

You could always shut the server down and run, "show config" at the P00>> prompt. That will tell you pretty much everything I think.

Cheers,

Rob