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966899 wrote:There is no single OS command that you can type in any terminal window to always get part numbers. Not every component is sophisticated enough to report such information about itself. The one method to truly get part numbers is to arrange for a service window and bring the system down to a power-off state. Then you open the chassis and read the paper stickers that are on every legitimate component. You write those numbers down on a piece of paper and save that information for your records.
Need to check the DIMM and CPU part number from solaris 10 0S server t1000/t2000..
Lastly, with MOS login credentials you can go into the System Handbook and compare whatever you wrote down with the parts' lists for your model computer system.