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How to run sysconfig -a or sysconfig -r in ONTAP 9

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Applies to

ONTAP 9

Description

To run sysconfig -a or sysconfig -r in ONTAP 9 you must interact with the node shell.

  • sysconfig -a output will display hardware-specific information for the node you are currently on.

Examples of information from this command are:

  • System ID & Partner ID (if in HA)
  • Hardware configurations
  • Firmware versions
  • Serial number information for disks, motherboards, and other hardware components

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