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show server version > csv file

does anyone know a simple  way to export server inventory into a .csv file?

ssh# show server version

my goal is to have a easy to ready csv file with running firmware versions

we dont have intersight

 

show server version
Server 1/1:
CIMC:
Running-Vers: 3.1(26g)
Package-Vers: 3.2(3e)B
Update-Status: Ready
Activate-Status: Ready

Adapter 1:
Running-Vers: 4.2(3b)
Package-Vers: 3.2(3e)B
Update-Status: Ready
Activate-Status: Ready
Host FC IF 1:
Running-Vers:
Package-Vers:
Activate-Status:

Host FC IF 2:
Running-Vers:
Package-Vers:
Activate-Status:
BIOS:
Running-Vers: B200M5.3.2.3c.0.0307181316
Package-Vers: 3.2(3e)B
Update-Status: Ready
Activate-Status: Ready

RAID Controller 1 PCH:
Running-Vers:
Package-Vers:
Activate-Status:

BoardController:
Running-Vers: 11.0
Package-Vers: 3.2(3e)B
Activate-Status: Ready

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Cisco Employee

Re: show server version > csv file

I use this powershell script. Run it with UCS Powertool.

 

https://lostdomain.org/scripts/ucs-inventory-script/

 

There are also some others out 'there' but this is the one I've used in the past because it provides me with what I need.

 

Hope this helps,

Brandon

Beginner

Re: show server version > csv file

thank you sir!
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