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Old 04-27-2010, 05:17 AM
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Hi ,

In CM 5.2.1 is there any command to get DAL2 card hardware serial numbers ?

Thanks for any help
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Old 04-30-2010, 08:00 AM
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Default Command for DAL2 card

The new
hardware_info bash command displays the hardware capabilities of a server.

hardware_info [ -v]
hardware_info -w [ -D<delimiter> ]
hardware_info -W <keyword>
hardware_info -l
hardware_info [ -h | -? ]
Option Option Description
User-defined <delimiter> instead of the default delimiter %
(use with -w option)

-W <keyword>
Display only one data record, depending on <keyword>

-h or -?
Display the help message

List valid keywords for -W option

Verbose output - show all system hardware information

Web output format for string extraction

Issue 3 June 2008 11
hardware_info output
Output Information
The following information is displayed for each server:
- Product Name
- RAM: size of the physical RAM
- Number of CPU cores
- CPU: Processor type for each core
- Disk devices (HDD, SSD, CD-ROM), manufacturer, model number, serial number, and
Depending on the hardware capabilities of the server, the following information is displayed:
- RAID: Size, manufacturer, model number, and serial number of each physical disk drive
- DAL2 card memory size
- SAMP type and serial number
- Number of power supplies
In verbose mode, it also displays:
- USB: Vendor and product name of USB devices such as memory sticks, CD-ROMs,
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