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  • astmdef
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    For NICs you can find driver, driver version and firmware version using ethtool -i; example :
    # ethtool -i eno1 | head -3
    driver: tg3
    version: 3.137
    firmware-version: FFV20.2.17 bc 5720-v1.39

    About RAID firmware "lshw -C disk" can help.
    It find the version in /sys/devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:01.0/0000:03:00.0/host0/target0:2:0/0:2:0:0/rev (in my case); but I don't have any other raid controller model to verify.
    # lshw -C disk | head -8
    *-disk
    description: SCSI Disk
    product: PERC H730 Mini
    vendor: DELL
    physical id: 2.0.0
    bus info: [email protected]:2.0.0
    logical name: /dev/sda
    version: 4.26

    Another thing I would like to add to the information table is very specific: our internal release version number (kind of like Debian release but internal to the company)/
    Having the possibility to expand the table with custom command might come handy.

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  • Michael
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    Originally posted by astmdef View Post
    I was thinking mostly about NIC and RAID controller firmware versions.
    It would be possible to add them as footnotes on that table but off the top of my head I am not sure of any standardized way of reliably querying NIC/RAID firmware versions on Linux?

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  • astmdef
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    I was thinking mostly about NIC and RAID controller firmware versions.

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  • Michael
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    Like what firmware versions are you interested in? The BIOS version and CPU microcode version should already be shown.

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  • astmdef
    started a topic Any proper way to add information to the client details ?

    Any proper way to add information to the client details ?

    Hello,

    I would like to add information (eg: firmwares versions) to the client details which is included in every test.
    Is there any way to do that properly ? Or does I have to patch the source code manually ?

    To avoid any confusion, here is a screenshot of what I call "client details" :


    Thanks.
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