Instructions for Script Use 
Manufacturer/Operating System-Sun SPARC, Solaris All Versions

The purpose of this script is to get configuration information from your systems. This data will not be shared outside of TERiX and will be used only to calculate sparing levels for your contracted systems.

If logged in as root, the script will give us maximum information. If you
cannot or are unwilling to run as root, we will still get much of the information
we need for sparing purposes. (No. and speed of CPU's, Memory and some IO information).

(1) Copy this text based script file to each system

(2) Uncompress the file (uncompress TERiX_Sun_SystemInfo.tar.Z)

(3) Untar the file (tar xf TERiX_Sun_SystemInfo.tar)

(4) Make it executable (chmod 755 terix_systeminfo.sh)

(5) Execute the script - type ./terix_systeminfo.sh to run it from the current directory.

(6) The script will create a file named "Hostname_HostID_System Type".txt
Please either email (config_data@terix.com) or ftp (details below) to TERiX. Once the ftp completes, please email config_data@terix.com with the filenames that were placed on the ftp server.

(7) If possible we would like a hostname to serial number mapping created. If not, we will need to send a local FE onsite to collect the serial numbers.

(8) Instructions for sending output to TERiX:

Please send the output files to TERiX via one of the following methods:

Email:
- email the file to config_data@terix.com

Ftp:
- please upload the output file to TERiX's ftp Server at ftp.terix.com.
- Username is upload
- Password: upload
Once the ftp completes, please email config_data@terix.com with the names of uploaded files that were placed on the ftp server.

Browser:
- TERiX's ftp server is secure so you cannot use ftp://ftp.terix.com directly in a browser, it will result in 550 Permission Denied errors. If the command line ftp above is not possible TERiX does have a browser based uploader https://ftp.terix.com, please use 123456 as the ticket number.

(9) Once the ftp completes, please email config_data@terix.com with the filenames
that were placed on the ftp server.