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Is it possible to get all the part number for a server from any script

 
Syedfurquan
Trusted Contributor

Is it possible to get all the part number for a server from any script

Hello,

 

I have few rp series (7410, 5470) server different and now I am in need of the part number for all the part these server has.

 

Is there anyway or script through which we can get the part number for all these parts of server without opening teh box.

 

Regards

Regards,
Syed
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madhucertify
Advisor

Re: Is it possible to get all the part number for a server from any script

Hi Syed,

 

go to http://h20566.www2.hp.com/portal/site/hpsc/public/wc/home/

 

enter the server serial no :

 

and click view details.

 

you can find the product number.

 

i hope you know the server serial number without opening box.

 

regards

 

Madhu

Syedfurquan
Trusted Contributor

Re: Is it possible to get all the part number for a server from any script

Hi Madhu,

 

I already tried that but doesn't give details related to part specific.

It will only show the server is having active contract or not.

 

I took the product number from there and then check the details from HP Part Surfer but it will not give you the actual part of the server. It will give the supported part for this product.

 

I need the details from the server like we can get in Solaris from Sun hardware using FRU.

 

Regards

Regards,
Syed
Robert_Jewell
Honored Contributor

Re: Is it possible to get all the part number for a server from any script

This depends on the model, but you can use either the MP (for those servers that have it) or try CSTM.

 

For the MP, access the Command Menu and run DF.  This will give a report with *most* of the parts in the system.  What you do not get is information on PCI boards.  Also, note that the part number given is the manufacturing part number, which doesnt always match to a new or exchange part number.  The functionality of this depends on the server model.

 

For STM, you can try the following:

  # cstm

  cstm> sel path system

       (or simply:  > sel all)

  cstm> info

  cstm> infolog

 

To script this use:

 

echo "selall;info;wait;infolog;view;done" | /usr/sbin/cstm

 

Once again the amount of data you get is dependent on the system model and in this case the version of STM.

 

 

For newer systems running 11.31, look into the 'cprop' utility is that a part of the SysFaultManager bundle.

 

-Bob

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