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HP-UX system information

Hi,

I'm writing a script to display a lot of information which describe a server (OS distrib, release, Hardware platform, CPU, HD, S/N...).
For Linux side it is ok as you have almost all the information in /proc/cpuinfo, /proc/meminfo... and you can use dmidecode but for HP-UX I didn't find such files and command.
Could you please help me?

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Search the HP-UX forum for ioscan, cstm, and pstat. These are the basic tools. As you read the threads you will find other tools mentioned as well.
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thy this command

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Hi,
try using the command uname -a to list information



I'm writing a script to display a lot of information which describe a server (OS distrib, release, Hardware platform, CPU, HD, S/N...).
For Linux side it is ok as you have almost all the information in /proc/cpuinfo, /proc/meminfo... and you can use dmidecode but for HP-UX I didn't find such files and command.
Could you please help me?

Best regards

biker007fr

[QUOTE=biker007fr;302147978]Hi,
try using the command uname -a to list information
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There is no need re-invent the wheel. Go to the link below to download the free utility.

cfg2html - Config To HTML Collector (external mirror for beta versions) by ROSE SWE, Ralph Roth - free download and use!

It will collect all the system information you want in a nice html as well as ascii format.

Cheers.
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Yep - cfg2html.
Beware that it can have security implications if you publish the results, as it includes a "ps" listing which may include application passwords on the command line (shame on you, Oracle!); you can edit out the function though.
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Normalizing the output

This is great for one or two servers, what if you have several thousand or tens of thousands of servers?
Is there anyway to get this utility to create a normalised output rather than a summary report?
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How about the "machinfo" command? If you you have an 11.23 machine, that command is very valuable.
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