[Poweredgec-tools] How to retrieve C6220 chassis service tag

Brian_Aust at DELL.com Brian_Aust at DELL.com
Wed Dec 10 10:41:54 CST 2014

Hi Kit,

You can find the chassis information, including service tag, via the dmidecode command, as follows:

dmidecode -s chassis-asset-tag
dmidecode -s chassis-serial-number
dmidecode -s chassis-manufacture
dmidecode -s chassis-type

dmidecode -s    by itself will reveal the list of available options for the "-s" parameter that will fetch specific server/chassis information via a single command.

Hope this helps, and regards,

Brian R. Aust
Rack Integration Engineering Lead
Dell | Global Configuration Services
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From: poweredgec-tools-bounces On Behalf Of Gerrits, Kit
Sent: Wednesday, December 10, 2014 10:24 AM
To: poweredgec-tools
Subject: [Poweredgec-tools] How to retrieve C6220 chassis service tag

Hello guys,

I read in an earlier post that 'bmc allinfo' should report report the Chassis Setvice tag:

Unfortunately, I cannot find my chassis service tag in the output
(I only have one on these on record)

$ sudo /opt/dell/pec/bmc allinfo |grep -i <censored>
I'm using dell-pec-bmc-tool-2014.10.15-1.noarch

I can send the full output of the command and the actual Chassis Service tag upon request, but I'm not going to post in on a mailing list ;-)

Does anyone else have any idea?

Kind regards,

Kit Gerrits

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