Available from 9.2.24.
server association to retrieve information about
unique physical servers in your infrastructure.
Applicable REST APIs
You can use the
serverassociation with the following REST API:
To retrieve the list of all columns that are returned by this REST API together with their descriptions, use the following request.
|id||Identifier of the server.||Integer|
|name||A unique system in the infrastructure.
|type||Type of the server. Possible values are:
|hardware_serial_number||Serial number of a physical server. For artificial servers with incomplete definitions, it is
the UUID of a virtual machine prefixed with
|hardware_vendor||A manufacturer of the server.||String|
|hardware_model||A hardware model of the server.||String|
|hardware_type||A hardware type of the server.||String|
|total_processors||Number of processors on the server.||Float|
|cores||Number of processor cores that are used by the server.||Float|
|processor_brand_string||Full specification of the processor including its brand, model and speed as read from the computer operating system.||String|
|processor_model||Model of the processor.||String|
|processor_type||Type of the processor according to the number of cores.||String|
|processor_vendor||Vendor of the processor.||String|
|pvu_per_core||Number of PVUs that are assigned to a processor core on the computer. By default, the value is taken from the PVU table.||Integer|
|default_pvu_value||Indicates whether a default number of PVUs is assigned to the computer. Possible values:
|custom_pvu_value||Indicates whether the number of PVUs was manually specified by the user overriding the
detected value. Possible values:
|active_computers||Number of active computers (computers that were not deleted) that run directly on the server or on any partitions or virtual machines on that server.||Integer|