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PDC version number

In a booted and running PA8900/SX2000 HP-UX v2 partition what is the HP-UX command that will display the PDC version?
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James R. Ferguson
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: PDC version number

Hi Paul:

Try:

# echo "selclass qualifier cpu;info;wait;infolog"|cstm

Regards!

...JRF...
Torsten.
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: PDC version number

Hi Paul,

what system model is it? A superdome? The cstm will probably report the PDC version only, but you get better results from the MP!

MP:CM> sysrev

Example:

MP:CM> sysrev


Supported firmware-updateable entity combination: Recipe 8.7e



| Cab 0 | Cab 1 | Cab 8 | Cab 9 |

---------+-----------------+-----------------+----------------+----------------|

MP | 026.002.001 | | | |

ED | 026.004.000 | | | |

CLU | 025.001.001 | 025.001.001 | | |

PM | 022.001.002 | 022.001.002 | | |

RPM0 | 002.002.000 | 002.002.000 | | |

RPM1 | 002.002.000 | 002.002.000 | | |

RPM2 | 002.002.000 | 002.002.000 | | |

OSP | 000.011.000 | 000.011.000 | | |



Key: * - Not at the highest entity revision supported by this combination.



Please type to continue, Q to quit, or S to stream:


| Active | Inactive | Active | Inactive |

Cab,Slot | SYS FW | SYS FW | PDHC | PDHC |

---------+-----------------+-----------------+----------------+----------------|

0, 0 | 009.048.000 i | 009.048.000 i | 023.003.040 | 023.003.040 |

0, 1 | 009.048.000 i | 009.022.000 i | 023.003.040 | 023.003.040 |

0, 2 | 009.048.000 i | 009.022.000 i | 023.003.040 | 023.003.040 |

0, 3 | 009.048.000 i | 009.022.000 i | 023.003.040 | 023.003.040 |

0, 4 | 009.048.000 i | 009.022.000 i | 023.003.040 | 023.003.040 |

0, 5 | 009.048.000 i | 009.022.000 i | 023.003.040 | 023.003.040 |

0, 6 | 009.048.000 i | 009.022.000 i | 023.003.040 | 023.003.040 |

0, 7 | 009.048.000 i | 009.022.000 i | 023.003.040 | 023.003.040 |

1, 0 | 009.048.000 i | 009.048.000 i | 023.003.040 | 023.003.040 |

1, 1 | 009.048.000 i | 009.048.000 i | 023.003.040 | 023.003.040 |

1, 2 | 009.048.000 i | 009.048.000 i | 023.003.040 | 023.003.040 |

1, 3 | 009.048.000 i | 009.048.000 i | 023.003.040 | 023.003.040 |

1, 4 | 009.048.000 i | 009.048.000 i | 023.003.040 | 023.003.040 |

1, 5 | 009.048.000 i | 009.022.000 i | 023.003.040 | 023.003.040 |

1, 6 | 009.048.000 i | 009.048.000 i | 023.003.040 | 023.003.040 |

1, 7 | 009.048.000 i | 009.048.000 i | 023.003.040 | 023.003.040 |



Key: * - Not at the highest entity revision supported by this combination.

p - PDC_FW; i - IPF_FW.



Please type to continue, Q to quit, or S to stream:


| CELL LPM | CELL JTAG | CELL PDH |

Cab,Slot | FPGA | FPGA | FPGA |

---------+-----------------+-----------------+----------------|

0, 0 | 001.000.001 | 001.001.000 | 001.005.001 |

0, 1 | 001.000.001 | 001.001.000 | 001.005.001 |

0, 2 | 001.000.001 | 001.001.000 | 001.005.001 |

0, 3 | 001.000.001 | 001.001.000 | 001.005.001 |

0, 4 | 001.000.001 | 001.001.000 | 001.005.001 |

0, 5 | 001.000.001 | 001.001.000 | 001.005.001 |

0, 6 | 001.000.001 | 001.001.000 | 001.005.001 |

0, 7 | 001.000.001 | 001.001.000 | 001.005.001 |

1, 0 | 001.000.001 | 001.001.000 | 001.005.001 |

1, 1 | 001.000.001 | 001.001.000 | 001.005.001 |

1, 2 | 001.000.001 | 001.001.000 | 001.005.001 |

1, 3 | 001.000.001 | 001.001.000 | 001.005.001 |

1, 4 | 001.000.001 | 001.001.000 | 001.005.001 |

1, 5 | 001.000.001 | 001.001.000 | 001.005.001 |

1, 6 | 001.000.001 | 001.001.000 | 001.005.001 |

1, 7 | 001.000.001 | 001.001.000 | 001.005.001 |



Key: * - Not at the highest entity revision supported by this combination.



Please type to continue, Q to quit, or S to stream:


I/O LPM | | | | |

Bay,Chass| Cab 0 | Cab 1 | Cab 8 | Cab 9 |

---------+-----------------+-----------------+----------------+----------------|

0, 1 | 001.006.000 i | | | |

0, 3 | | | | |

1, 1 | | | | |

1, 3 | 001.006.000 i | | | |

2, 1 | | | | |

2, 3 | | | | |

3, 1 | | | | |

3, 3 | | | | |



Key: * - Not at the highest entity revision supported by this combination.

i - IO_LPM; e - IO_LPM_E.


Hope this helps!
Regards
Torsten.

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Torsten.
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Re: PDC version number

On PA-RISC cells you should see these versions:

Firmware Recipe 8.7f contains:

MP : 026.003.001
ED : 026.005.000
CLU : 025.001.001
PM : 022.001.002
RPM : 002.002.000
OSP : 000.011.000
IPF System FW : 009.048.000
PA System FW : 043.007.000
PDHC : 023.003.040
Cell LPM FPGA : 001.000.001
Cell JTAG FPGA : 001.001.000
Cell PDH FPGA : 001.005.001
I/O LPM FPGA : 001.006.000
PCIe I/O LPM FPGA : 001.001.000


see

http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/SoftwareDescription.jsp?lang=en&cc=us&prodTypeId=15351&prodSeriesId=3418656&swItem=ux-66523-1&prodNameId=3418657&swEnvOID=54&swLang=13&taskId=135&mode=4&idx=0

Hope this helps!
Regards
Torsten.

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Kapil Jha
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Re: PDC version number

just add two words in above grep

echo "selclass qualifier cpu;info;wait;il"|cstm|grep "PDC Firmware"
BR,
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Torsten.
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: PDC version number

All firmware bundles for partitionable systems contain much more than the PDC only and must be consistent.

If you have only the PDC version number, you need to go to a document like the one I posted above, search the bundles for that number in order to find the currently installed bundle.

The MP sysrev command will return even the bundle name (on some systems), e.g.

Recipe 8.7e

thats why this method is IMHO much easier.

Hope this helps!
Regards
Torsten.

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