if you have QMGTOOLS, and you should, there is:
Generate rack config (GENRACKCFG)
Paul E Musselman wrote on 2/23/2023 3:44 PM:
Did IBM ever add a command to print the rack configuration list to the
I know there's an option inside of SST, but I thought there was another
--Paul E Musselman
On 2/23/23 1:29 PM, Larry "DrFranken" Bolhuis wrote:
Generally STRSST, sign on there.
1, 7, 1
Then you'll see a list of all the expansion units on the system with
Model-type and Serial number all listed.
On 2/23/2023 12:46 PM, Reggie Monroe wrote:
We are doing an inventory of our IBMi systems and would like to
locate the serial number for the expansion unit. The system is
located remotely and there is no one physically to look for it. Is
there a command we can run to find this information? Thank you.
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