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/usr/platform/sun4u/sbin/prtdiag System Configuration: Sun Microsystems sun4u Sun Fire 6800 System clock frequency: 150 MHz Memory size: 8192 Megabytes ========================= CPUs ======================================= +======== Port Run E$ CPU CPU FRU Name ID MHz MB Impl. Mask ---------- ---- ---- ---- ------- ---- /N0/SB0/P0 0 1050 8.0 US-III+ 2.3 /N0/SB0/P1 1 1050 8.0 US-III+ 2.3 /N0/SB0/P2 2 1050 8.0 US-III+ 2.3 /N0/SB0/P3 3 1050 8.0 US-III+ 2.3 ========================= Memory Configuration ======================= +======== Logical Logical Logical Port Bank Bank Bank DIMM Interleave + Interleave FRU Name ID Num Size Status Size Factor + Segment ------------- ---- ---- ------ ----------- ------ ---------- + ---------- /N0/SB0/P0/B0 0 0 1024MB pass 512MB 8-way + 0 /N0/SB0/P0/B0 0 2 1024MB pass 512MB 8-way + 0 /N0/SB0/P1/B0 1 0 1024MB pass 512MB 8-way + 0 /N0/SB0/P1/B0 1 2 1024MB pass 512MB 8-way + 0 /N0/SB0/P2/B0 2 0 1024MB pass 512MB 8-way + 0 /N0/SB0/P2/B0 2 2 1024MB pass 512MB 8-way + 0 /N0/SB0/P3/B0 3 0 1024MB pass 512MB 8-way + 0 /N0/SB0/P3/B0 3 2 1024MB pass 512MB 8-way + 0 ========================= IO Cards ========================= Bus Max + IO Port Bus Freq Bus Dev, + FRU Name Type ID Side Slot MHz Freq Func State Name + Model ---------- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ----- ----------------- +--------------- ---------------------- /N0/IB9/P0 PCI 30 B 0 33 33 1,0 ok pci-pci1011,25.4/ +pci108e,1000 pci-bridge /N0/IB9/P0 PCI 30 B 0 33 33 0,0 ok pci108e,1000-pci1 +08e,1000.1 /N0/IB9/P0 PCI 30 B 0 33 33 0,1 ok SUNW,qfe-pci108e, +1001 SUNW,pci-qfe /N0/IB9/P0 PCI 30 B 0 33 33 1,0 ok pci108e,1000-pci1 +08e,1000.1 /N0/IB9/P0 PCI 30 B 0 33 33 1,1 ok SUNW,qfe-pci108e, +1001 SUNW,pci-qfe /N0/IB9/P0 PCI 30 B 0 33 33 2,0 ok pci108e,1000-pci1 +08e,1000.1 /N0/IB9/P0 PCI 30 B 0 33 33 2,1 ok SUNW,qfe-pci108e, +1001 SUNW,pci-qfe /N0/IB9/P0 PCI 30 B 0 33 33 3,0 ok pci108e,1000-pci1 +08e,1000.1 /N0/IB9/P0 PCI 30 B 0 33 33 3,1 ok SUNW,qfe-pci108e, +1001 SUNW,pci-qfe /N0/IB9/P1 PCI 31 B 5 33 33 2,0 ok scsi-glm/disk (bl +ock) Symbios,53C875 /N0/IB9/P1 PCI 31 B 5 33 33 2,1 ok scsi-glm/disk (bl +ock) Symbios,53C875 ========================= Active Boards for Domain =================== +======== Power Fault HotPlug Board FRU Name LED LED LED Cond. -------- ----- ----- ------- ------- /N0/SB0 on off off ok /N0/IB9 on off off ok ========================= Available Boards/Slots for Domain ========== +======== Power Fault HotPlug Board/Slot Board/Slot FRU Name LED LED LED Condition Assigned -------- ----- ----- ------- ---------- ---------- /SB1 on off off ok no ========================= Hardware Failures ========================== +======== No Hardware failures found in System

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