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Re: [opensuse] BIOS question
  • From: Per Jessen <per@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 01 Dec 2008 16:06:45 +0100
  • Message-id: <gh0ui5$edi$1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
John Lange wrote:

On Mon, 2008-12-01 at 13:56 +0100, Per Jessen wrote:
Sure there is - todays memory sticks all have a serial EEPROM that
can be read with e.g. decode-dimms from lm-sensors.

Is there an equivalent command to read the serial number of other
devices? Specifically I need the serial number of an HP DL 360.


Not exactly equivalent, but the HP Proliant Support Pack comes with a
number of SNMP agents - those you can poll using e.g. the check_hpasm
utility from http://www.consol.de/opensource/nagios/check-hpasm/


Example output from a DL380:
# /usr/libexec/check_hpasm -v localhost
WARNING - status of all 4 dimms is n/a (please upgrade firmware)
System :proliant dl380
Serial No. :8114FK411053
ROM version :P17 12/18/2002
cpu #0 is ok
cpu #1 is ok
powersupply #1 is ok
powersupply #2 is ok
fan 1 speed is normal, pctmax is 23%, location is processor_zone,
redundance is no, partner is N/A
fan 2 speed is normal, pctmax is 0%, location is powersupply_bay,
redundance is no, partner is N/A
1 processor_zone temperature is 22 (58 max)
2 cpu#1 temperature is 18 (70 max)
3 i/o_zone temperature is 22 (62 max)
4 cpu#2 temperature is 20 (70 max)
dimm module 1 @ cartridge 0 needs attention (n/a)
dimm module 2 @ cartridge 0 needs attention (n/a)
dimm module 3 @ cartridge 0 needs attention (n/a)
dimm module 4 @ cartridge 0 needs attention (n/a)


/Per

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/Per Jessen, Z├╝rich

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