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I do not think anyone in these user-to-user forums is going to be able to help you. Although the occasional Oracle employee reads these posts and might even post a reply once in a while, there is no obligation that any of them know such information (and there is no obligation they ever reply to a forum post).
Use your MOS credentials and open a SR directly with TechSupport.
Go ask them.
Alternatively, go contact the individual in your company that has the responsibility for administering all that information on your service contracts. Ask them to log the SR for your question.
Edit: ... and your post has nothing to do with Oracle Linux yet that's the forum you posted it to. The Community Feedback forum at the top of the OTN Forums page might have been a better location.
Don't go reposting it there, because duplicate posting is the same as spamming the forums -- poor etiquette.
Edited by: rukbat on Nov 21, 2012 9:49 AM
Ok, thank you
Someone is trying to get the CSI number of a list of servers using command lines, is that possible?.
Maybe there is an easy way in the ULN portal, how can he achieve that?.Yes. Login to ULN, then click on the Systems tab. It will list all your systems and the CSI used to register them to ULN.