Listing of the Hardware Platform Bytes and Model Bytes for Different Platforms

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    Listing of the Hardware Platform Bytes and Model Bytes for Different Platforms

     

    This information applies to the following Product(s):
    - Snap Server 4200
    - Snap Server 4400
    - Snap Server 4500
    - Snap Server 14000
    - Snap Server 15000
    - Snap Server 18000

     

    This information applies to the following Operating System(s):
    - This information is not Operating System specific ---Solution--- 
    Listing of the Hardware Platform Bytes and Model Bytes for Different Platforms
    As found in /proc/qinfo/

     

                 

    ModelPlatformPlatformBytesModelByteDescription
      Not Released   CLIPPER_I     04.00.00     3    1.26 Ghz / 4MB Flash / Single PCI
      SnapServer 14000   CLIPPER_II     04.01.00     3    1.26 Ghz / 8MB Flash / 2 PCI 
      VMWARE   VMWARE     04.05.00     6    Saved for VMWARE platforms
      SnapServer 4400   MANTARAY     05.00.00     6     Quanta SN1Q
      SnapServer 4200   SkipJack    05.02.00     6    Quanta S18Q - 2.0 GHz Celeron
      SnapServer 4500   Typhoon    05.01.00     6    Quanta S18Q 2.4 Ghz P4
      SnapServer 15000   Typhoon    05.03.00     6    Quanta S18Q 3.06 Ghz P4
      SnapServer 18000   Emperor    06.00.00     8    Quanta SN7 Dual P4
      SnapServer 1500   Adelie1D    07.01.00     5    Via EPIA_800 (1 Drive)
      SnapServer 2500   Adelie2D    07.02.00     7    Via EPIA_800 (2 Drive)
      SnapServer 4150   Akula    07.04.00     9    Via EPIA_800 (4 Drive via PCI board)

    Model Byte Legend:
    3 = 12 Drive 3U
    6 = 4 Drive 1U with Removable drives
    8 = 8 Drive 2U with Removable drives
    5 = 1 Drive desktop
    7 = 2 Drive desktop
    9 = 4 Drive 1U Drives not removeable

    Some Snap Server platforms

                

    ModelPlatformPlatformBytesModelByteDescription
      SnapServer 1000   Morty     3.1.0     1    STPC step "EP1"
      SnapServer 1000   Morty     3.1.1     1    STPC step "FP1" both 559 and 559 ER
      SnapServer 1000   Morty     3.1.2     1    STPC step "109i" both 559 and 559 ER
      SnapServer 1100   Morty II     2.0.2     1    P54 @ 166, 430TX, 1MB AMD flash, no L2 cache
      SnapServer 2000   Minnie     2.0.0     0    Pentium @ 133 Mghz
      SnapServer 2000   Minnie 486     1.1.0     0    486 with Intel Ethernet
      SnapServer 2200   Mulligan     2.0.3     0    P54 @ 266, 430TX, 1MB AMD flash, PWRBTN#
      SnapServer 2200   Mulligan     2.0.4     0    P54 @ 266, 430TX, 1MB AMD flash, LID#
      SnapServer 4000   Spinniker     2.0.1     2    Pentium @ 233 Mghz
      SnapServer 4100   Laser     2.2.1     2    P54 @ 233 Mghz, 430TX, 2 Promise IDE chips
          Laser III    2.2.3     2    P54 @ 266 Mghz, 430TX, 2 Promise IDE chips, 4 MB AMD Flash (Never Shipped)
      SnapServer 12000   Clipper     4.0.0     4    P3 S370 with LEIII chipset

     

    Setting Platform Bytes on Manta or Clipper running Guardian OS
    echo 16999 > /proc/qinfo/Key                # Unlocks the EEPROM

    echo 05.00.00 > /proc/qinfo/PlatformBytes   # Sets Mantaray Platform Bytes

    echo 06 > /proc/qinfo/ModelByte             # Sets Mantaray Model Byte

    echo 0xF0F0F0 > /proc/qinfo/SerialNumber    # 0xF0F0F0 should be replaced by last three bytes of the ETH0 MAC addressof your machine

    echo 0 > /proc/qinfo/Key                    # Locks the EEPROM

     

     

     

     

     

     

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