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  • Latest Post - ‏2013-05-17T06:48:23Z by chrisc100
chrisc100
chrisc100
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Pinned topic Hadware Inventory command on bladecentre H chassis

‏2013-05-16T11:21:44Z |

I am trying to find the best command which I can run from the amm cli, which will dump all the hardware information. This is so we can easily capture everything in text format.

The only one I can find that is near this command is the "list -l all" command from the system prompt,

But I would like more info for example to print the cpu type, network card type.

Is there any such command?

I also tried displaysd but seems to take a long time

I also found I can do this:

system> info -T blade[12]:cpu[1]
UUID: Not Available
Manufacturer: Not Available (Not Available)
Manufacturer ID: Not Available
Product ID: Not Available
Mach type/model: CPU 1
Mach serial number: Not Available
Manuf date: Not Available
Hardware rev: Not Available
Part no.: Not Available
FRU no.: Not Available
FRU serial no.: Not Available
CLEI: Not Available
Speed: 3.07 GHz
Processor type: Central
Processor family: Intel Xeon processor MP
Processor cores: 4
Processor threads: 8
Processor L1 D-cache size: 32K
Processor L1 I-cache size: Not Available
Processor L2 cache size: 256K
Processor L3 cache size: 12288K
Processor voltage: 1.2 V
External Clock: 6400 MHz
Processor max data width: 64-bit Capable
 

But cant run the info command recursivly to all targets, i.e. there is no info -T all.

Does anyone know if this cannot be done? if so I will script it to recursively dump all the info.

Thanks

 

  • gez
    gez
    275 Posts

    Re: Hadware Inventory command on bladecentre H chassis

    ‏2013-05-16T17:31:21Z  

    You can only run commands to one target at a time.  displaysd is the way to go if you are looking to gather all info at once, and yes it can take up to 10 minutes to generate.

  • chrisc100
    chrisc100
    5 Posts

    Re: Hadware Inventory command on bladecentre H chassis

    ‏2013-05-17T06:48:23Z  
    • gez
    • ‏2013-05-16T17:31:21Z

    You can only run commands to one target at a time.  displaysd is the way to go if you are looking to gather all info at once, and yes it can take up to 10 minutes to generate.

    Many thanks for confirming.