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gfiguy (MIS) (OP)
1 Jun 04 14:41
How do you tell the difference between a Silver node and a WinterHawk?
screwloose (MIS)
1 Jun 04 17:26
The nickname is based on speed. A silver would be 332MHz and a winterhawk is 375MHz.  You can check this by 'splstdata -n' .
jtrisc (ISP)
2 Jun 04 15:57
alternatively you could issue 'lsattr -El sys0 -a modelname'

You will get IBM,9076-WCN for a Silver wide, IBM,9076-270 for a Winterhawk, IBM,9076-N81 for a Nighthawk etc etc.  The nomenclature used is that displayed in the IBM Facts and Features Guides - ie you won't see p690 etc but the names as above.  Best of luck :)

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