AS400 disk initialize info

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Hi All, I am trying to find printable results or logs for a disk that has been initialized successfully by using SST or DST. The procedure normally completes with a single line of "COMLETED SUCCESSFULLY" I need more infomation like model, serial no, sectors or some proof that this particular disk has passed for the client's peace of mind Thanks

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Try:

DSPHDWRSC TYPE(*STG) OUTPUT(*PRINT)

Also jsut doing a WRKDSKSTS would show the new drive installed and working but doesn’t show serial numbers

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  • Jf7921
    Thanks for your reply Some more information to clarify the situation The disks involved in the initialize procedure will be removed and sent to a remote site and requires a printout with the disk to verify serial no, initialize successfull or any relevant information to this effect Thanks
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  • TomLiotta
    Since, as far as I know, there is no such capability (printing such a report through system interfaces), you probably will need to print one yourself. Just type the info into a source member and then copy it to a printer. Some info doesn't need to be typed -- serial numbers can be copied from SST in one session into the source member in another session. Seriously, what's the point of a "printed" report anyway? If there's no way to determine how the printing was done, there is no value in the printout. You might only be able to run STRCPYSCN to capturn screens to an outfile. Then print the outfile. Tom
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  • WoodEngineer
    This might provide the info you need: STRSST, select option 3 - Work with disk units, then select 1 - Display disk configuration, then select 1 - Display disk status. A screen like this should appear: Display Disk Configuration Status Serial Resource ASP Unit Number Type Model Name Status 1 Unprotected 1 68-D834D 4326 070 DD002 RAID-5/Active 2 21-01434B5 4326 074 DD005 RAID-5/Active 3 21-014376E 4326 074 DD003 RAID-5/Active 4 68-0F036E3 4326 070 DD004 RAID-5/Active Perhaps a print screen of this info would meet your needs. Of course, the columns align nicely on the screen.
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