The Question is:
Is there a way to see which model Memory Channel without rebooting? I am in
a 24/7 shop, and we want to duplicate the environment of the production
systems, which are in a 2-node Alpha cluster. I can determine all of the
model numbers of everything else
, but I can't figure a way to find out which Memory channel card we have on
hour system without going into console mode. Is there a way to do it?
The Answer is :
Check the Memory Channel controller revision ID using SDA. More
specifically, use the SDA command "SHOW DEVICE ddcu/PDT", where
ddcu is the particular memory channel controller. For example:
SHOW DEVICE MCA0:/PDT
In the output displayed by the command, read the "Adapter Ver" field.
MC1 should be circa x0B, MC1.5 is x0E, and MC2 should be 0x020.
Beware differences in radix.