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Pinned topic How to collect the system configurations (like #snap -a in AIX)?

‏2013-03-22T00:51:22Z |
Hello,
I am looking for a tool that help me to gather the entire system configurations the same way snap -a command does in AIX!

Thanks in Advance
  • Storix
    Storix
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    Re: How to collect the system configurations (like #snap -a in AIX)?

    ‏2013-07-31T22:23:46Z  in response to SystemAdmin

    Because "Linux" is just the generic term, you might want to see if Red Hat or SUSE provide a command to output information for support purposes. There is not a generic command (that I know of) for Linux. A snap -a provides a lot of info. Do you really need all of that for Linux? 

    What information are you hoping to get and in what format?

    You likely will need to create a custom script that combines different linux commands to gather info 

    # vgdisplay -v
    # lvdisplay
    # df -h
    # dmesg

    ... etc.

    Good Luck

  • chinnajee.rao
    chinnajee.rao
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    Re: How to collect the system configurations (like #snap -a in AIX)?

    ‏2014-02-24T03:40:48Z  in response to SystemAdmin

    Even you can add

    #dmidecode

    #lspci

    #lsmod

    #cat /proc/mdstat

    #ps -ef |more

  • chinnajee.rao
    chinnajee.rao
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    Re: How to collect the system configurations (like #snap -a in AIX)?

    ‏2014-02-24T03:44:04Z  in response to SystemAdmin

    even you can add

    #dmidecode

    #lspci

    #ps -ef|more

    #lsmod

    #cat /proc/mdstat

    #cat /proc/cpuinfo

     

    Cheers

    Chinnajee Rao