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Request for Data: `ipmitool fru print'

Ravi Pokala-2
Greetings,

I'm looking for some data with which to berate a vendor about their IPMI implementation. If you have hardware which meets the following specifications, I would appreciate it if you could send me some information.

Hardware Requirements:
- Vendor other than Intel or Super Micro (I already have data for them)
- Swappable power-supplies

Command (serial numbers, etc stripped out by the `sed'):
    ipmitool fru print | sed -E -e 's/(^ .* :) .*/\1/g'

If you also have a system where multiple nodes share the same enclosure, it would be great if you ran the command without the `sed' on a few nodes, compare the output, and describe any differences.

Thanks,

Ravi (rpokala@)


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Re: Request for Data: `ipmitool fru print'

Jack L.-3
dell 1950

ipmitool fru print | sed -E -e 's/(^ .* :) .*/\1/g'
FRU Device Description : Builtin FRU Device (ID 0)
 Chassis Type          :
 Board Mfg Date        :
 Board Mfg             :
 Board Product         :
 Board Serial          :
 Board Part Number     :
 Product Manufacturer  :

FRU Device Description : DRAC 5
 Chassis Type          :
 Board Mfg Date        :
 Board Mfg             :
 Board Product         :
 Board Serial          :
 Board Part Number     :
 Product Manufacturer  :

FRU Device Description : Storage (ID 2)
 Board Mfg Date        :
 Board Mfg             :
 Board Product         :
 Board Serial          :
 Board Part Number     :

FRU Device Description : PS 1 (ID 3)
 Board Mfg Date        :
 Board Mfg             :
 Board Product         :
 Board Serial          :
 Board Part Number     :

FRU Device Description : PS 2 (ID 4)
 Board Mfg Date        :
 Board Mfg             :
 Board Product         :
 Board Serial          :
 Board Part Number     :

FRU Device Description : Storage (ID 5)
 Board Mfg Date        :
 Board Mfg             :
 Board Product         :
 Board Serial          :
 Board Part Number     :

FRU Device Description : DRAC 5 (ID 0)
 Chassis Type          :
 Board Mfg Date        :
 Board Mfg             :
 Board Product         :
 Board Serial          :
 Board Part Number     :
 Product Manufacturer  :

dell r610
FRU Device Description : Builtin FRU Device (ID 0)
 Board Mfg Date        :
 Board Mfg             :
 Board Product         :
 Board Serial          :
 Board Part Number     :
 Product Manufacturer  :
 Product Name          :
 Product Version       :
 Product Serial        :

FRU Device Description : PS 1 (ID 2)
 Board Mfg Date        :
 Board Mfg             :
 Board Product         :
 Board Serial          :
 Board Part Number     :

FRU Device Description : PS 2 (ID 3)
 Board Mfg Date        :
 Board Mfg             :
 Board Product         :
 Board Serial          :
 Board Part Number     :

FRU Device Description : Storage (ID 5)
 Board Mfg Date        :
 Board Mfg             :
 Board Product         :
 Board Serial          :
 Board Part Number     :

FRU Device Description : Storage (ID 4)
 Board Mfg Date        :
 Board Mfg             :
 Board Product         :
 Board Serial          :
 Board Part Number     :

dell c1100
FRU Device Description : Builtin FRU Device (ID 0)
FRU Device Description : Front Panel (ID 1)
 Chassis Type          :
 Board Mfg Date        :
 Board Part Number     :

On Thu, Apr 5, 2018 at 12:17 PM, Ravi Pokala <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Greetings,
>
> I'm looking for some data with which to berate a vendor about their IPMI implementation. If you have hardware which meets the following specifications, I would appreciate it if you could send me some information.
>
> Hardware Requirements:
> - Vendor other than Intel or Super Micro (I already have data for them)
> - Swappable power-supplies
>
> Command (serial numbers, etc stripped out by the `sed'):
>     ipmitool fru print | sed -E -e 's/(^ .* :) .*/\1/g'
>
> If you also have a system where multiple nodes share the same enclosure, it would be great if you ran the command without the `sed' on a few nodes, compare the output, and describe any differences.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Ravi (rpokala@)
>
>
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Re: Request for Data: `ipmitool fru print'

Larry Rosenman
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Dell R710:
borg.lerctr.org /home/ler $ sudo ipmitool fru print | sed -E -e 's/(^ .* :) .*/\1/g'
FRU Device Description : Builtin FRU Device (ID 0)
 Board Mfg Date        :
 Board Mfg             :
 Board Product         :
 Board Serial          :
 Board Part Number     :
 Product Manufacturer  :
 Product Name          :
 Product Version       :
 Product Serial        :
 Product Asset Tag     :

FRU Device Description : PS 1 (ID 2)
 Board Mfg Date        :
 Board Mfg             :
 Board Product         :
 Board Serial          :
 Board Part Number     :

FRU Device Description : PS 2 (ID 3)
 Board Mfg Date        :
 Board Mfg             :
 Board Product         :
 Board Serial          :
 Board Part Number     :

FRU Device Description : Storage (ID 5)
 Board Mfg Date        :
 Board Mfg             :
 Board Product         :
 Board Serial          :
 Board Part Number     :

FRU Device Description : Storage (ID 4)
 Board Mfg Date        :
 Board Mfg             :
 Board Product         :
 Board Serial          :
 Board Part Number     :

borg.lerctr.org /home/ler $

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´╗┐On 4/5/18, 3:03 PM, "Ravi Pokala" <[hidden email] on behalf of [hidden email]> wrote:

    Greetings,
   
    I'm looking for some data with which to berate a vendor about their IPMI implementation. If you have hardware which meets the following specifications, I would appreciate it if you could send me some information.
   
    Hardware Requirements:
    - Vendor other than Intel or Super Micro (I already have data for them)
    - Swappable power-supplies
   
    Command (serial numbers, etc stripped out by the `sed'):
        ipmitool fru print | sed -E -e 's/(^ .* :) .*/\1/g'
   
    If you also have a system where multiple nodes share the same enclosure, it would be great if you ran the command without the `sed' on a few nodes, compare the output, and describe any differences.
   
    Thanks,
   
    Ravi (rpokala@)
   
   
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