Adrian Saavedra Tue, 04/08/2008 - 09:03
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Hi,


Try the show hardware command.


Regards,


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toddcarp123 Tue, 04/08/2008 - 09:20
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Here's my "show hardware" output:


admin:show hardware


HW Platform : 7845H2

Processors : 2

Type : Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU 5140 @ 2.33GHz

CPU Speed : 2333

Memory : 4096 MBytes

Object ID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.9.1.586

OS Version : UCOS 2.0.1.0-71

RAID Details :


Smart Array P400 in Slot 1

Logical Drive: 1

Size: 68.3 GB

Fault Tolerance: 1+0

Heads: 255

Sectors Per Track: 32

Cylinders: 17562

Stripe Size: 64 KB

Status: Ok

Array Accelerator: Enabled

Has Data On Drive: True

Unique Identifier: 600508B10010443953554B4452500004

Preferred Controller Chassis Slot: 1




Smart Array P400 in Slot 1

Logical Drive: 2

Size: 68.3 GB

Fault Tolerance: 1+0

Heads: 255

Sectors Per Track: 32

Cylinders: 17562

Stripe Size: 64 KB

Status: Ok

Array Accelerator: Enabled

Has Data On Drive: True

Unique Identifier: 600508B10010443953554B4452500005

Preferred Controller Chassis Slot: 1

admin:


I don't see it anywhere...

tzunt Tue, 04/08/2008 - 19:20
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I see what you mean. The documentation does say that command will show the serial #.


However, I am not able to see it via an SSH session w/ show hardware or even show tech all. [CUCM 5.1.3]


Is it a strict requirement to get the serial # thru SSH only?


I see my serial # in the web interface:


https://myhpmcsserver/iptplatform

then select Show>Harware


I also feel duty bound to warn you that this serial # is one of two that I see stamped on my HP MCS servers. Not sure what the other one is for..


Tony

Jaime Valencia Wed, 04/09/2008 - 06:13
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no, actually most of the times i ask users to get me the SN if needed thru the webadmin and it's the same thing. usually it's easier to ask it that way.


HTH


javalenc


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