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How can I get the hardware inventory details of the Sun Servers like T5220 running Solaris 10?
I would like to see the following details:
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3. Modules/Cards equipped on the slots. Module details like Part... (8 Replies)
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we are planning to upgrade the End of life servers to new servers and from solaris 8/9 to 11. Server loads are minimum and not heavily loaded. After analysis we came to conclusion
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we create a HP-UX software depot with a new perl-modul. after installation of the software depot, the perl module
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I am very new to shell scripting & and presently monitoring unix boxes
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I am looking for a way to inventory the hardware and software components of many Solaris 8 servers/workstations. I would like to script this to run against a list of IP's in a text file.
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how to obtain/ collect a list of all the applications installed in the system.. is there a configuration file(like the one which exists for hardware ) which holds all this information?? if no is there any command/shell script or utility that we can use for the same ??
I am using Red hat linux... (2 Replies)
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How can I find out what software is installed on the machine, other than ls? Is there a registry program like in Windows? The os is Sun 2.5.
Thanks (1 Reply)
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