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Danny Sánchez
Occasional Advisor

Checking serial number and product number

Hello all

I need to see the numbers serial and product of server but I don`t know What`s the command for this question?.


Thanks a lot
danny
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Torsten.
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Re: Checking serial number and product number

What is your server model? It depends on this.

Try "machinfo" or "cstm".

Hope this helps!
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James R. Ferguson
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Re: Checking serial number and product number

Hi Danny:

I suspect you want:

# uname -im

Regards!

...JRF...

Fabian Briseño
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Re: Checking serial number and product number

Hey Danny.

Go to /opt/hpsmc/common/bin and execute command "getsn" withoout quotes.


Hope this helps.
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Laerte Cardoso
Frequent Advisor

Re: Checking serial number and product number

Hi Danny,
For server serial number, use this:
getconf MACHINE_SERIAL
Danny Sánchez
Occasional Advisor

Re: Checking serial number and product number

Thanks a lot

I solved this question.

#machinfo

Regards
Danny
Torsten.
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Re: Checking serial number and product number

Older systems doesn't store this information.

Newer systems does, various tools can get this information, but not each tool works on each server.

You can get the information either from MP, EFI Shell, BCH or running hp-ux.

Some tools get only the serial #, some gets more.

Some examples for you.

From MP:

MP:CM> id

This command allows you to change certain fields in the Stable complex
configuration portion of the complex profile.

Retrieving the stable complex configuration portion of the complex profile.

MP modifiable stable complex configuration data fields.
Model String : 9000/800/rp7420
Complex System Name : Complex1
Original Product Number: A7025A
Current Product Number : A7025A
UUID : e2d94123d-1588-11dc-a438-123456789
Creator Manufacturer : hp
Creator Product Name : server rp7420
Creator Serial Number : DEH12345Z


EFI Shell:

fs0:\> info all

SYSTEM INFORMATION


Manufacturer: hp
Product Name: BL860c
Product Number: AD217A
Serial Number: GB123456Z


HP-UX (cstm):

cstm>sel dev 1;info;wait;il
-- Updating Map --
Updating Map...
-- Converting multiple raw log files to text. --
Preparing the Information Tool Log for each selected device...



-- Information Tool Log for system on path system --



Hardware path: system


System Information for
HPUX Model Number......: rp3440
HPUX Model String......: 9000/800/rp3440
Original Product Number: A7137A
Current Product Number.: A7137A
System Serial Number...: DEH12345Z

BCH:

COMPLEX ID INFORMATION

Complex Name: Complex1
Model String: 9000/800/SD32000
Original Product Number: A5201A
Current Product Number: A5201A
Serial Number: DEH12345Z


From running hp-ux there are many tools, some examples:

# icapstatus
Software version: B.11.31.09.00.00.140
System ID:
Serial number: DEH12345Z
Product number: A9833A

...

# parstatus
Note: No action specified. Default behavior is display all.
[Complex]
Complex Name : Complex 01
Complex Capacity
Compute Cabinet (2 cell capable) : 1
Active MP Location : cabinet 0
Original Product Name : server rx7640
Original Serial Number : DEH12345Z
Current Product Order Number : AB448A

...


BTW, from hp-ux you can run "machinfo", with 11.31 this works on RISC systems too.

Hope this helps!
Regards
Torsten.

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