[Linux-PowerEdge] xserv.dell.com

Tim Bosua tim at hostnet.nl
Tue Jun 28 02:10:25 CDT 2016


Hi George,

Yeah, thanks, that’s what I did. Did fill in an old school Excel sheet, now waiting on the API key.


Met vriendelijke groet/Kind regards,

Tim Bosua
Senior System Administrator

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> On 27 Jun 2016, at 18:07, George Beech <george at stackoverflow.com> wrote:
> 
> I use the Support Services API to do these kinds of look-ups. It's fairly simple to use, but also a pain to get a key for. It might be overkill for what you need though, I'm also pulling in all the warranty details and as purchased info provided there as well.
> 
> Your account manager should be able to get you in touch with the right people if you are interested.
> 
> http://en.community.dell.com/dell-groups/supportapisgroup/ <http://en.community.dell.com/dell-groups/supportapisgroup/>
> 
> ------ Original Message ------
> From: "Tim Bosua" <tim at hostnet.nl <mailto:tim at hostnet.nl>>
> To: "linux-poweredge" <linux-poweredge at dell.com <mailto:linux-poweredge at dell.com>>
> Sent: 6/23/2016 5:04:50 AM
> Subject: [Linux-PowerEdge] xserv.dell.com
> 
>> Does anybody know where xserv.dell.com <http://xserv.dell.com/> went? (Except for the obvious 301 redirect ;)
>> 
>> [tbosua]$ curl http://xserv.dell.com/ <http://xserv.dell.com/>
>> <head><title>Document Moved</title></head>
>> <body><h1>Object Moved</h1>This document may be found <a HREF=“http://www.dell.com <http://www.dell.com/>">here</a></body>
>> 
>> We use it to automate warranty checks on hardware nodes.
>> 
>> [tbosua]$ sh -x check_dellwarranty.sh *TAG*
>> + ‘[‘ -z *TAG* ']'
>> + curl http://xserv.dell.com/services/assetservice.asmx <http://xserv.dell.com/services/assetservice.asmx> -s -S --data-binary @- --header Expect: --header 'Soapaction: "http://support.dell.com/WebServices/GetAssetInformation <http://support.dell.com/WebServices/GetAssetInformation>"' --header 'Content-Type: text/xml; charset=utf-8'
>> + awk '-F</?EndDate>' '{for(i=1;++i<=NF;) if(length($i)==19) print substr($i, 1, 10)}'
>> + sort -nr
>> + head -n 1
>> curl: (56) Recv failure: Connection reset by peer
>> 
>> This is now broken. Any other way to check this I don’t know of?
>> 
>> Thanks!
>> 
>> Met vriendelijke groet/Kind regards,
>> 
>> Tim Bosua
>> Senior System Administrator
>> 
>>  <https://www.hostnet.nl/>
>> 
>> Hostnet bv
>> De Ruyterkade 6 | 1013 AA Amsterdam
>> T: 020-7500800 | F: 020-7500825
>> www.hostnet.nl <https://www.hostnet.nl/> | weblog.hostnet.nl <http://weblog.hostnet.nl/>
>> 
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