How can I know the configuration of my AS/400 system?

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Hi, how can I know the configuration of my AS/400 system, like version, etc. Thanks!

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Hello,

You can do several different things depending on what all information you are looking for. You can:

WRKLICINF and this will tell you the licensed programs you have and what version you are running of each.

WRKHDWRSC to find the hardware for Communications, LAN, Storage, etc…

PRTSYSINF: The Print System Information (PRTSYSINF) command prints system
information that should be maintained for disaster recovery and
system verification purposes. A record of the contents of your
system, such as how your system is customized and what libraries
it contains, is important to your upgrade success because the
information helps you do the following:
o Plan you upgrade procedures

o Evaluate the success of moving information

o Perform disaster recovery, if necessary

PRTSYSRPT: The Print System Report (PRTSYSRPT) command generates and prints
a system operation overview report from the performance data
collected by Collection Services from the Operations Navigator
interface. The report is written to the printer file QPPTSYSR.
The system workload, resource utilization, resource utilization
expansion, storage pool utilization, disk utilization,
communications summary, and TCP/IP summary are presented in the
report.

Hope that helps…

TPinky

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  • astradyne
    You can pick up things like the model, serial number, etc from the system values:
    DSPSYSVAL QMODEL
    DSPSYSVAL QSRLNBR
    DSPSYSVAL QPRCFEAT
    
    To get a rack listing use the command STRSST and then select option 1 to "Start a service tool". At the next menu select option 7 for "Hardware Service Manager" and then press F6 to print the configuration. You will be asked to specify the column width of your printer and then you're done. You can also get the OS Version in a program by calling the QSZRTVPR system API and extracting the details from the returned data. Google the API name for examples on how to do this.
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