HPUX:  PDC version  w/out rebooting.

                    The current revision of Firmware can be determined using on-line
                    diagnostics.  If on-line diagnostics are not present on your
                    system, use the BOOT CONSOLE HANDLER procedure to verify the
                    current revision.

                    Refer to the appropriate on-line diagnostic procedure to determine
                    the revision of firmware presently installed on your system.
 

                    Procedure A: For HP-UX systems prior to 10.20 & all MPE/iX systems
                    ==================================================================

                         1.  At the system prompt, enter "sysdiag"
                         2.  At the DUI prompt, enter "sysmap"
                         3.  At the ENTER MAP prompt, enter "cpumap"
                         4.  Note the PDC Firmware value
                         5.  At the ENTER MAP prompt, enter "exit"
                         6.  At the DUI prompt, enter "exit"
 

                    For HP-UX systems with 10.20 and later,it is necessary to determine
                    the Support Tools Manager Version to determine which procedure to
                    follow.

                    To determine the Support Tools Manager version:
                    ===============================================
                         1. Login as root
                         2. At the prompt, enter 'mstm'
                         3. Note the Support Tools Manager Version
                            For Version A.07.00 or less, continue with Procedure B
                            For Version A.08.00 and later, continue with Procedure C
 

                    Procedure B: Support Tools Manager version A.07.00 or less
                    ==========================================================

                         4.  Press f2 (ok)
                         5.  Press f4 (device)
                         6.  Press f5 (select class)
                         7.  Move cursor to "Processor"
                         8.  Press the 'enter' key on the keyboard
                         9.  Press f2 (ok)
                        10.  Press f8 (previous menu)
                        11.  Press f5 (tools)
                        12.  Press f2 (information)
                        13.  Press f2 (run)
                        14.  Press f3 (info log)
                             After a few seconds, the Information Tool Log for
                             the CPU will be displayed.  The 'PDC Firmware
                             Revision' is displayed in the first column.
                        15.  Note the PDC Firmware value.
                        16.  Press f2 (done)
                        17.  Press f8 (previous menu)
                        18.  Press f8 (previous menu)
                        19.  Press f8 (exit)
                        20.  Press f2 (ok)
 

                     Procedure C: For HP-UX systems with 10.20 and later AND Support
                     Tools Manager version is A.08.00 or later
                     ===============================================================

                         4.  Press f2 (ok)
                         5.  Move the cursor to "CPU"
                         6.  Press f3 (select)
                         7.  Press f4 (menu bar on)
                         8.  Enter "T" to select Tool Menu
                         9.  Enter "I" to select Information Mode
                        10.  Enter "R" to Run
                             After a few seconds, the Information Tool Log for
                             the CPU will be displayed.  The 'PDC Firmware
                             Revision' is displayed in the first column.
                        11.  Note the PDC Firmware value
                        12.  Press f2 (done)
                        13.  Press f8 (exit)
                        14.  Press f2 (ok)


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