The command from NSH script may also not work as the destination to Bladelogic is Frame and there is no agent on frame.
Sadly we can’t use the AMO boxes as even if there is an agent on this, the commands are made to access from HMC.
The only way I see is to browse the FC Adapters locally from BSA of the LPAR and provide the WWPN of each FC Adapters to the customer to get the storage to install AIX on it.
You can use the web interface from BSA to get the information that you are looking for. I have an AO workflow that does this, but I am currently not on site.
You can navigate to the section you can see by the browse in BSA through the web interface. You will need to create a static group for the AIX frames and then access the information via a URI - I will post more detials when I can.
Thanks Aftzal and Steve.
However, unfortunately the task has been taken over by a senior who is having more knowledge on AIX then me. So I will try to get update from him and let you know that how your responses are fruitful.
Well. the AIX command you wrote is no the correct one for wwpn listing... this just list the hba's location.but if don't have AIX installed.
In order to get the wwpn from a box without operating system installed, the only solution is running this command from the HMC.
lshwres -r io -m $MACHINE --rsubtype slotchildren -F phys_loc,description,wwpn --filter "lpar_names=$lpar"
this will show you something like :
U5802.001.9K80803-P1-C6-T1,8 Gigabit PCI-E Dual Port Fibre Channel Adapter,10000090fa0d52a0
U5802.001.9K80803-P1-C6-T2,8 Gigabit PCI-E Dual Port Fibre Channel Adapter,10000090fa0d52a1