Tuesday, June 16, 2009

How to check part number of installed adapter in Ontap?

There are number of situations when you want to check part number of installed PCI adapters in your NetApp FAS or V-series system, how do you do it?

Well whatever way you do there’s a simple way and undocumented also (atleast in their man pages) “sysconfig -ca”.
Just run the command and it will give you part number of all the pci adapters installed as well checks if they are in appropriate slot.

Here’s the sample output

Filer01> sysconfig -ca
sysconfig: slot 5 OK: X2054A: QLogic ISP 2432; PCI-E quad-port Fibre Channel (QLE2464)
sysconfig: slot 6 OK: X2054A: QLogic ISP 2432; PCI-E quad-port Fibre Channel (QLE2464)
sysconfig: slot 3 OK: X1005A: Chelsio T210 TOE 10G NIC
sysconfig: slot 1 OK: X3148: NetApp NVRAM6 2GB
sysconfig: slot 2 OK: X1936A: Performance Accelerator Module I
sysconfig: slot 9 OK: X1005A: Chelsio T210 TOE 10G NIC
sysconfig: slot 7 OK: X2054A: QLogic ISP 2432; PCI-E quad-port Fibre Channel (QLE2464)
sysconfig: slot 8 OK: X1049A: PCI-E Quad 10/100/1000 Ethernet G20
sysconfig: System configuration meets block protocol requirements.
sysconfig: There are no configuration errors.
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