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Old 09-02-2009
vPar Hardware Paths

I wonder if anyone could assist with this.

We have taken over administration of an rp8440 that has been split into 2 nPars and has 4vPars per nPar.

I have to add a network card into one of the vPars that was missed at the time the vPar was created. That bit i have no problem with.

The issue i have is that i do not know which of the available resources relates to this i/o slot, so i wonder if anyone could give me any ideas on how to find this out. I am sure there must be a way of working it out, but i cannot figure it out.

I know the card is in chassis 0, slot 1

Available resources from vparstatus -A command

[Available I/O devices (path)]: 0.0.1

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vecheck(1)						      General Commands Manual							vecheck(1)

vecheck - check for virtual partition environment SYNOPSIS
The command uses its exit status to report whether or not the command has been run in a virtual partition (vPars) environment. The result can be used to alter command flow in a script. Options The command has no option. Any text beyond the command name itself is ignored. Output The command displays no output. RETURN VALUE
The command exits with one of the following values: The command is run in a vPars environment. The command is run in a non-vPars environment. EXAMPLES
In a vPars environment: In a non-vPars environment: ERRORS
There is no error condition. AUTHOR
was developed by the Hewlett-Packard Company. SEE ALSO
vparboot(1M), vparcreate(1M), vparconfig(1M), vpardump(1M), vparefiutil(1M), vparenv(1M), vparextract(1M), vparmodify(1M), vparreloc(1M), vparremove(1M), vparreset(1M), vparstatus(1M), vparutil(1M), icod(5), vparresources(5), vpartition(5), vpmon(5). vecheck(1)

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