With earlier releases of PowerTool (prior to 22.214.171.124), to get different UCS servers multiple cmdlets needs to be executed.
Suppose I have 3 UCS domains, with 2 UCS domains containing UCS B-series and C-series servers and 3rd domain containing UCS M-series servers. To get the serial number and model of all these servers, I will have the following cmdlet.
Get-UcsBlade | select serial, model
Get-UcsRackUnit | select serial, model
Get-UcsServerUnit | select serial, model
With the advent of Get-UcsServer cmdlet in PowerTool 1.4.1 you will not have to remember all different cmdlets to get server information. Get-UcsServer cmdlets returns all the servers, be it a blade server, rack server or server unit, irrespective of form factor.
So all the 3 cmdlets above can now be replaced with 1 cmdlet as shown below:
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