verto
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hp-ams

how to report hp-ams driver version on vcenter. there are 100 host on vcenter. ı want to learn hp-ams driver version

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rcporto
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Check if helps: HP AMS driver problem in ESXi 5.x - IVOBEERENS.nl

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MKguy
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You can use PowerCLI to list the version and other information like the following snippet:

foreach($h in Get-VMHost) {

  $esxcli = Get-EsxCli -VMHost $h

  $esxcli.software.vib.list() | Where {$_.Name -like 'hp-ams'} | Select @{N='Hostname'; E={$esxcli.VMHost}}, Version, ID

}

Which will generate output like this:

Hostname              Version                                        ID

--------                       -------                                          --

host01.local             550.10.3.0-15.1198610            Hewlett-Packard_bootbank_hp-ams_550.10.3.0-15.1198610

host02.local             550.10.3.0-15.1198610            Hewlett-Packard_bootbank_hp-ams_550.10.3.0-15.1198610

host03.local             550.10.3.0-15.1198610            Hewlett-Packard_bootbank_hp-ams_550.10.3.0-15.1198610

You can also export this data into a CSV file etc.

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verto
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without PowerCLI  ?

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MKguy
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Do you really want to click around on 100 host objects?

If you do, then you can find that info on the Hardware Status tab on the host in the Software Components section:

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And for reference on the ESXi shell/SSH:

esxcli software vib list | grep -i ams

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