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Hi, Can anybody knows how to find the serial number of Linux server which are at Data center Located ? I know these commands: # dmidecode | less # dmidecode ...
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    RHEL Server serial number command needed ?


    Hi,

    Can anybody knows how to find the serial number of Linux server which are at Data center Located ?

    I know these commands:
    # dmidecode | less

    # dmidecode -s system-serial-number

    But other than these, any other commands if you know to find the serial number of LINUX server, Please help me with those commands.

    Regards,
    Aparna.

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    dmidecode should do it in most cases.
    For IBM machines there is also vpddecode (same package as dmidecode).

    lshw is another tool. But as it uses the same approach (and part code) of dmidecode, the result should be effetively the same.

    A different approach would be to get these informations out-of-band.
    Tier 1 server hardware does have remote management (ilo, drac, rsa, etc)
    These can also be queried via e.g. ssh.
    You must always face the curtain with a bow.

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