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  1. How do i see the HBA model and firmware level of that

    How do i see the HBA model and firmware level of that . Our's is a
    p570 with AIX 5.2 and EMC SAN attached


  2. Re: How do i see the HBA model and firmware level of that

    On Aug 3, 2:35 am, rcee <4mystud...@gmail.com> wrote:
    > How do i see the HBA model and firmware level of that . Our's is a
    > p570 with AIX 5.2 and EMC SAN attached


    The following is how I've always done it, correct or not. Do the
    following with your HBA device name:

    lscfg -vpl fcs0

    You should get something like:

    fcs0 U787B.001.DNWBBF3-P1-C1-T1 FC Adapter

    Part Number.................03N7067
    EC Level....................A
    Serial Number...............1B63104E78
    Manufacturer................001B
    Feature Code/Marketing ID...197E
    FRU Number.................. 03N7067
    Brand.......................H0
    Device Specific.(ZM)........3
    Network Address.............
    ROS Level and ID............0288193D
    Device Specific.(Z0)........1001206D
    Device Specific.(Z1)........00000000
    Device Specific.(Z2)........00000000
    Device Specific.(Z3)........03000909
    Device Specific.(Z4)........FF801412
    Device Specific.(Z5)........0288193D
    Device Specific.(Z6)........0683193D
    Device Specific.(Z7)........0783193D
    Device Specific.(Z8)........
    Device Specific.(Z9)........TS1.90X13
    Device Specific.(ZA)........T1D1.90X13
    Device Specific.(ZB)........T2D1.90X13
    Device Specific.(YL)........U787B.001.DNWBBF3-P1-C1-T1


    PLATFORM SPECIFIC

    Name: fibre-channel
    Model: LP10000
    Node: fibre-channel@1
    Device Type: fcp
    Physical Location: U787B.001.DNWBBF3-P1-C1-T1


    Take the "Feature Code/Marketing Number", search for in the the IBM
    Hardware Information Center

    http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infoce...1r3s/index.jsp

    For mine above, 197E, results in a 2Gb Fiber Channel PCI-X adapter.
    The firmware, look at "Device Specific.(Z9)........TS1.90X13",
    the 90X13 is the firmware level. Note that if it's a scsi card, you'd
    look at the "ROM Level" for firmware and use the "Customer Car ID
    Number" in searching the info center for the adapter model.

    HTH,
    Pete's


  3. Re: How do i see the HBA model and firmware level of that

    On Aug 3, 3:35 am, rcee <4mystud...@gmail.com> wrote:
    > How do i see the HBA model and firmware level of that . Our's is a
    > p570 with AIX 5.2 and EMC SAN attached


    The LP10000 indicates an Emulex Light Pulse 10000

    Emulex has made IBM's adapters for as long as I can remember.



  4. Re: How do i see the HBA model and firmware level of that

    aixdude@yahoo.com wrote:
    > On Aug 3, 3:35 am, rcee <4mystud...@gmail.com> wrote:
    >> How do i see the HBA model and firmware level of that . Our's is a
    >> p570 with AIX 5.2 and EMC SAN attached

    >
    > The LP10000 indicates an Emulex Light Pulse 10000
    >
    > Emulex has made IBM's adapters for as long as I can remember.
    >
    >

    Cambex cards are also supported. We use them for our EMC virtual tape
    library.

  5. Re: How do i see the HBA model and firmware level of that

    0xdeadabe wrote:
    > aixdude@yahoo.com wrote:
    >> On Aug 3, 3:35 am, rcee <4mystud...@gmail.com> wrote:
    >>> How do i see the HBA model and firmware level of that . Our's is a
    >>> p570 with AIX 5.2 and EMC SAN attached

    >>
    >> The LP10000 indicates an Emulex Light Pulse 10000
    >>
    >> Emulex has made IBM's adapters for as long as I can remember.
    >>
    >>

    > Cambex cards are also supported. We use them for our EMC virtual tape
    > library.


    ....also try lsmcode -d fcsX (X = 0, 1, 2....) which gives the microcode
    level.

    Paul

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