hardware Inventory Script - physical disks (RAID)????

Discussion in 'Scripting' started by Tony Booth, Mar 24, 2005.

  1. Tony Booth

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    Hi Guys, can anyone help. I'm currently in the process of writing an
    inventory script using WMI for our Windows 2K/2K3 systems.

    I'm trying to simply perform a count of physical disks within HP servers,
    identifying logical disks isn't a problem as I can use the WMI Class:
    Win32_LogicalDisk. But identifying disks that are part of hardware RAID
    configurations seem to be more of a problem, has anyone come across this
    before and have a resolution?????

    Please help!!!!
     
    Tony Booth, Mar 24, 2005
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  2. Hi Tony,

    I've got an other question. How can I enum the SCSI buses with WMI?

    e.g. you may have three physical disks on SCSI channel 0, IDs 6,7,8 and
    a tape drive on SCSI channel 1, ID 5.

    Out of interest, were you able to obtain the cluster sizes from the volumes?
     
    Gerry Hickman, Mar 24, 2005
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  3. The most easy solution for HP-servers is the 'Surveyor-tool',
    automatically installed if you use SmartStart. Otherwise, it's part of
    the driver-package that most people install.

    It's automatically scheduled to run once a week to make an inventory
    of all hardware (and some software) on the computer. The most recent
    output is in 'c:\compaq\survey\survey.txt'.
    It's a plain text file, so you can use all scripting-techniques that
    are available for these files.
     
    Corné Bogaarts, Apr 9, 2005
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