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Re: Hardware Asset information

From: Rick Stevens <ricks_at_nospam>
Date: Tue Oct 04 2011 - 00:13:35 GMT
To: Community support for Fedora users <users@lists.fedoraproject.org>

On 10/03/2011 04:55 PM, Kaushal Shriyan wrote:
> Hi,
> Is there a way to find total numbers of Hard disk attached or mounted
> on remote servers totaling around 200 Servers running fedora Linux and
> also the number of RAM Chips attached to the system. Any utility or
> some gui tool from client desktop ?

Some of it would be in a smolt report (try "smoltSendProfile -p" to
see what it spits out.

dmidecode will show you what's in the box (memory, cpu, etc.).

lspci can give you more details about the individual cards in the

lsusb will do the same for USB ports.

"cat /proc/scsi/scsi" can show you what drives are attached, but
remember that if you're using hardware RAID, it can't tell you how
many drives make up the RAID or what RAID level it is as the system
just sees the RAID, not its components. A lot of RAID cards do have a
way of querying them to get those details.

In other words, no, there's no simple way.
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