An we have a winner....

a Power 8 8286-41A it is, with 4 16GB modules of RAM.

thanks me.

Rob

On 2015-12-30 13:57, rob@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
<snip>
My company owns two machines at the moment, on with v6r1 and a v7r1.

I do not know what kind of hardware runs either yet.
</snip>

If you have access to a command line on both of those, you can try
WRKHDWRSC *PRC
Resource Type-model Status Text
CEC01 8286-41A Operational Main Card Enclosure

8286-41A is a Power 8. And can easily be found on the web. You can also
find out what they can be upgraded to at:
http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=ssm1platformibmi
With some small print not available at that site. For example a bare
bones Power 6 can be upgraded to 7.2 but we had so many older cards and
enclosures that we had to swap out all of our Power 6's for Power 8's.

Rob Berendt


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