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Serial #'s?

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Julio Cesar Perez_1
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Serial #'s?

Can anyone tell me if there is a command that will display the serial number of a drive that is either connected internally or externally to a machine? Also, is there a command that will show the serial number of the machine itself?

Thank you,
Julio Cesar
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Paula J Frazer-Campbell
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Re: Serial #'s?

Hi

This link may help

http://forums.itrc.hp.com/cm/QuestionAnswer/1,1150,0x24a10cb17a32d5118fef0090279cd0f9,00.html


Paula
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MANOJ SRIVASTAVA
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Re: Serial #'s?

1.If you have STM instaleed in the machine you can ge thte serial no from there . Also go to

2. SAM-->Performance Monitor--->System Properties----> Processor

to know the machine indentification No.

3.If you have ignite installed in the machine

then print_manifest would also give the No.

For the Disks serial nos ,I have never tried to find out , but I dont think there is a place where HPUX stores the serial Nos of the SCSI disks , however in case of differnt models there may be a way out.
Faisal Kuniyil
Occasional Visitor

Re: Serial #'s?

To find machine identification number, try

# uname -i

You can find disk serial number by using STM. Try this method to find all the disks serial numbers at a time.

Create a file called /tmp/disk.stm with contents...

SelClass type "Disk" qualifier "All"
info;wait
il
done
quit
ok

Call this file at command prompt with cstm command

# cstm -f /tmp/disk.stm

The output of this command should have all disks serial numbers and other informations such as firmware revision and disk errorlog entries.
Bill McNAMARA_1
Honored Contributor

Re: Serial #'s?

Have a look at
/opt/ignite/bin/print_manifest output.

STM (xstm xwindows) (mstm terminal) cstm (command) will give you more or less all you need.

Later,
Bill
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