02-25-2013 04:01 AM
If you know that the version is B.11.11, you already know the version!
If you want to know the silly marketing names, then:
- B.11.11 = 11iv1 (originally just "11i")
- B.11.23 = 11iv2
- B.11.31 = 11iv3
The command "uname -r" will display the OS version.
"swlist -l bundle HPUX11i-OE" will display the OE version number, whose last digits indicate release year and month.
# swlist -l bundle HPUX11i-OE # Initializing... # Contacting target "xx"... # # Target: xx:/ # HPUX11i-OE B.11.11.0406 HP-UX 11i Operating Environment Component
This would be a HP-UX 11i v1 system, using a June 2004 release (.0406).
02-25-2013 04:46 AM - edited 02-25-2013 04:47 AM
Thank you for your reply.
I tried the command on 2 differents machines but I received error messages.
# swlist -l bundle HPUX11i-OE # Initializing... # Contacting target "xx"... # # ERROR: Software "HPUXi-OE" was not found on host :xx:/". #
This is the exact data I need.
Actually, the issue is that I found differences between the shells that running on 2 machines.
That cause some problem, untill I copied the updated shells from the updated machine.
The porpose is to figure out if this was the problem.
02-25-2013 07:21 AM - edited 02-25-2013 08:00 AM
>> ERROR: Software "HPUXi-OE" was not found on host :xx:/".
Looks like a typo, you forgot "11".
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