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It was a boring little meeting I was in so I cobbled this...

SELECT Fw_Machine_Type_Model CONCAT '-' CONCAT (SELECT Current_Character_Value
FROM Qsys2.System_Value_Info
WHERE System_Value_Name = 'QPRCFEAT') AS Mch_Type_Model_Feat FROM Systools.Firmware_Currency;

coming soon is a QSYS2.HARDWARE_RESOURCE_INFO view


MidrangeL wrote on 10/20/2022 11:24 AM:
To get the hardware you are using:
You'll see something like:
 Opt  Resource        Type-model  Status                Text
      CEC01            8286-41A   Operational           Main Card Enclosure
      PN02             2B08       Operational           System Control Panel

Put a "7" on the first entry the CEC01, and press enter.  You'll see everything you need there: (serial numbers changed to protect guilty)

 Resource name  . . . . . . . :   CEC01
 Text . . . . . . . . . . . . :   Main Card Enclosure
 Type-model . . . . . . . . . :   8286-41A
 Serial number  . . . . . . . :   99-ABCEDF
 Part number  . . . . . . . . :
 Processor feature code . . . :   EPXK
 Processor feature  . . . . . :   EPXK

 Location :   U8286.41A.99ABCDEF

Jim Oberholtzer
Chief Technical Architect
Agile Technology Architects

------ Original Message ------
From jeremy.ruth@xxxxxxxxxxx
To midrange-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Date 10/20/2022 11:16:00 AM
Subject How to know which online documentation to use

I am lost in the IBM online documentation trying to figure out where to find
only the documentation for our system.

I know the OS version: V7R3M0

I don't know the exact hardware.  Is there a way to find that via a command
or similar?

Currently, I am looking to find the SQL documentation that applies only to
our system.  There is so much out there that I find that doesn't apply, so
it would be great to know how to go directly to that which applies only to
our system.

Same for any/all documentation also.



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