12-07-2010 07:29 AM
hpasmcli -s 'show server'
dmidecode | grep -i 'Product Name'
Then go to:
and find your server model under either "Worldwide" -> "HP ProLiant Servers" or "Worldwide" -> "Retired Products" -> "ProLiant Servers", if it's an older model.
You'll find the applicable memory kit part numbers in the "Memory" section of the QuickSpecs document for your server.
If you want just a single DIMM instead of a kit, you can type the memory kit part number to the quick search field
and you should get the part number which you can use to order an individual DIMM.
(Reading the part number sticker on the failed DIMM would work too...)
12-08-2010 12:58 PM
You May use the # dmidecode --type 6 to get the memory details. check this article for more details
HP Spare part no of the failed memory module, You may or may not get from the output but you should be able to get the memory specs and using that you should be able to find the option part no from the server quickspecs or Call HP Support with the memory specification and they should be able to order the part or help you with the spare part.
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12-09-2010 12:51 PM
Product Name: ProLiant DL380 G3
Version: Not Specified
Serial Number: D352LDN4H417
Wake-up Type: Power Switch
I got memory specification , while checking the for the same specification memory in Partsurfer i could see multiple part number with same specification .. Is there any way to get the Memory Part numner from the system.
Steve, Hope it is clear now :-)
12-09-2010 11:28 PM
> same specification .. [...]
Perhaps more than one part would work. If
you revealed where you were looking when you
could see these things, then perhaps the rest
of us could look, too.
> Is there any way to get the Memory Part
> numner from the system.
Open the system box and look at the parts?
> (Reading the part number sticker on the
> failed DIMM would work too...)
That's probably the most reliable method.
> Steve, Hope it is clear now :-)
Even a little information beats none at all,
but quick visit to crucial.com suggests that
we still don't know the kind/size/number of
memory modules you have in this system. Nor
can a non-psychic like me tell what you could
use, because that seems to depend on the
system clock speed.
If you were trying to answer this question
instead of asking it, what sort of
information do you think that you might find
useful? (And what have you provided?)