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Operating Systems Solaris How to find out SPARC server revision number? Post 302971516 by rajujayanthy on Thursday 21st of April 2016 08:30:56 AM
How to find out SPARC server revision number?

WE have a SPARC server which was purchased very long back. (in 1996). Each SPARC Server has a revision number in a format T* (T5, T6, T7..etc).

How to find out the revision number of my SPARC server either from OS or by any other way?
 
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SVN::Web::Blame(3pm)					User Contributed Perl Documentation				      SVN::Web::Blame(3pm)

NAME
SVN::Web::Blame - SVN::Web action to show blame/annotation information SYNOPSIS
In config.yaml actions: ... blame: class: SVN::Web::Blame action_menu: show: - file link_text: (view blame) ... DESCRIPTION
Shows a specific revision of a file in the Subversion repository, with blame/annotation information. OPTIONS
rev The revision of the file to show. Defaults to the repository's youngest revision. If this is not an interesting revision for this file, the repository history is searched to find the youngest interesting revision for this file that is less than "rev". TEMPLATE VARIABLES
at_head A boolean value, indicating whether the user is currently viewing the HEAD of the file in the repository. context Always "file". rev The revision that has been returned. This is not necessarily the same as the "rev" option passed to the action. If the "rev" passed to the action is not interesting (i.e., there were no changes to the file at that revision) then the file's history is searched backwards to find the next oldest interesting revision. youngest_rev The youngest interesting revision of the file. mimetype The file's MIME type, extracted from the file's "svn:mime-type" property. If this is not set then "text/plain" is used. blame_details An array of hashes. Each entry in the array corresponds to a line from the file. Each hash contains the following keys: line_no The line number (starting with 0) in the file. revision The revision in which this line was last changed. author The author of the revision that changed this line date The date on which the line was changed, formatted according to "Time and date formatting" in SVN::Web. line The contents of this line. EXCEPTIONS
None. COPYRIGHT
Copyright 2007 by Nik Clayton "<nik@FreeBSD.org>". This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. See <http://www.perl.com/perl/misc/Artistic.html> perl v5.14.2 2012-06-11 SVN::Web::Blame(3pm)

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