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Identifying array model from SSSU

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stewartb
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Identifying array model from SSSU

Is is possible to find out what model of array (6100, 8100 etc) you're connected too when using SSSU? I have the output from most of teh LS commands here and none of them seem to indicate this information.
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IBaltay
Honored Contributor

Re: Identifying array model from SSSU

Hi,
ls system - shows you the details on the selected EVA by name
example:
ls system Your_EVA_name

emversion - shows you the Command View version
and build
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stewartb
Occasional Advisor

Re: Identifying array model from SSSU

Hi,
Thanks, I have the output from 'LS SYSTEM FULL' in front of me and the only identifier I can see is 'HSV210' but this relates to the controller version.
What I'd like is the array model name (8000) but it doesn't seem to be mentioned anywhere in my ouput.

I wondered whether the objectid may have some kind of identifier in it I could use to look up the array type.
Thanks again.
Uwe Zessin
Honored Contributor
Solution

Re: Identifying array model from SSSU

ls system full gives:

systemtype .................: HSV200

which can be an EVA4000/4100/6000/6100. I think one has to decode the controller serial numbers to find which exact model number (HSV-200, -200A or -200B) is used.

On current SSSU output I also see a 'switchtype' for 'ls controller full'.
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stewartb
Occasional Advisor

Re: Identifying array model from SSSU

Excellent, that's really helpful and I think I have it sussed with regards to the controller versions.

I have in my current files the following which looks like it is refferring to the 8000 series:
switchtype .......................: 8xx

Can I presume that the 6000 series will read:
switchtype .......................: 6xx

and any models lower down the product line won't have entries here because they aren't fitted with switches?

Thanks
Uwe Zessin
Honored Contributor

Re: Identifying array model from SSSU

I have recently installed a 6100, but it also shows:
switchtype ...........: 8xx

4100:
switchtype ...........: No switch

A 4100/6100 uses the HSV200 controller module
8100 = HSV210.
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IBaltay
Honored Contributor

Re: Identifying array model from SSSU

intro to the EVA controller and enclosures io module types:

EVA CONTROLLER DISK SHELF

io modules hardwaretype 01, 02, 03
eva3k hsv100 5314, 5314A, 5314B
eva5k hsv110 5314, 5314A, 5314B

io modules hardwaretype 03
eva4k/6k hsv200-a 5314A, 5314B
eva 8k hsv210-a 5314A, 5314B

io modules hardwaretype 04
eva 4100/6100 hsv200-b 5314C
eva 8100 hsv210-b 5314C

Hence the needed info on the accurate EVA model can be got from the following SSSU commands combination:


Example:

1. ls system full
systemtype ...........................: HSV210

2. ls diskshelf full
e.g.
iomodules
module
name ...........................: modulea
operationalstate ...............: good
failprediction .................: no
hardwaretype ...................: 03
hardwarerevision ...............: 00
firmware .......................: 03.00

Result:
EVA 8000

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