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linux command for server model

nishant_4
Occasional Advisor

linux command for server model

Hi,

i want to know the command for knowing server model in linux like in hp-ux command "model".
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Torsten.
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Re: linux command for server model

Don't know if there is a command, but I would guess the information is available in system management homepage for Proliant and Integrity servers.
Because all that servers can have an iLO, you can get the information there too.

Hope this helps!
Regards
Torsten.

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mits
Respected Contributor

Re: linux command for server model

Try "hpbmc".
# hpbmc
hp AB216A server cx2600
Serial number = SG42412345
System UUID is 7c7bc9fe-d629-11d8-83b0-c68c9c0a12a3
BMC Sub ID = 0x0107
Firmware:
BMC = 2.33
EFI = 1.10
MP = E.03.15
System = 1.10

http://docs.hp.com/en/5991-7630/re01.html
Patrick Wallek
Honored Contributor

Re: linux command for server model

I think your best bet is going to be the 'hwinfo' command.

# hwinfo --sys
for generic system info.

# hwinfo --cpu
for cpu information.

# man hwinfo
for information on the command itself.

NOTE -- This is on SLES (SUSE) 10. I don't know if this will work on Red Hat.
nishant_4
Occasional Advisor

Re: linux command for server model

Hi,

Thank you for your replies but non of the command is working in linux box. i am looking for a command which work in linux.

Regards,
mits
Respected Contributor

Re: linux command for server model

hpbmc should work with Redhat linux. You probably has not installed its package.
Patrick Wallek
Honored Contributor

Re: linux command for server model

What distribution of Linux are you using? Redhat? Suse? Debian?

What version are you using?

This information will help us narrow down the options for you.
mits
Respected Contributor

Re: linux command for server model

You can install the hpmgmtbase. See document below. The usage on the hpbmc is also available in that document.
http://docs.fc.hp.com/en/5991-7426/5991-7426.pdf

# rpm -Uvh hpmgmtbase-xxxxx.ia64.rpm

the software package is available in the HP Integrity Essentials Foundation Pack for Linux.
http://h20293.www2.hp.com/portal/swdepot/displayProductInfo.do?productNumber=T2387AA
Jimmy Vance
HPE Pro

Re: linux command for server model

Without installing any HP value add software, you can use "dmidecode".
Red Hat it's in the kernel-utils package, SuSE it's in the pmtools package.

Just running dmidecode will give you a bunch of information.

dmidecode | grep -m1 "Product Name" should give you what your looking for.

Example

scooter:~ # dmidecode | grep -m1 "Product Name"
Product Name: ProLiant DL320s G1
scooter:~ #




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skt_skt
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Re: linux command for server model

i do use dmidecode and redirect the o/p file.It is helpfull for other informations too..