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FAQ-What different between command display version and vrbd

Publication Date:  2012-07-27 Views:  69 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
Q:
What different between command "display version" and "vrbd" ?
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A: 
Almost the content when we show two commands is the same. But there is 3 points are defferent. 
1. "vrbd" command can show Paf Version, License Version, Compiled Time. "display version" can not
<NE80E_DNG>vrbd                                                                 
Huawei NE80E Software                                                           
Paf Version V300R002C06B325                                                     
License Version V300R002C06B325                                                 
Copyright (c)2000-2008 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd                             
Compiled Mar 11 2008 01:24:10 By NE80E GROUP
2. System up time: display version can, vrbd can not
Quidway NetEngine 80E uptime is 0 day, 0 hour, 14 minutes 
3. MPU, LPU, SFU: "display version" can show the up time, and Memory Size. "vrbd" can not.
MPU 17(Master) : uptime is 0 day, 0 hour, 14 minutes                            
                 StartupTime   2008/10/14   00:08:29                            
  SDRAM Memory Size   : 2048M bytes                                             
  Flash Memory Size   : 32M  bytes                                              
  NVRAM Memory Size   : 512K bytes                                              
  CF Card1 Memory Size: 489M bytes                                              
  CF Card2 Memory Size: 489M bytes 
LPU 1  : uptime is 0 day, 0 hour, 10 minutes                                    
         StartupTime   2008/10/14   00:12:22                                    
  Host    processor :                                                           
  1. SDRAM Memory Size:  512M  bytes                                            
  2. Flash Memory Size:   32M  bytes                                            
  Network processor :                                                           
  1. RDRAM Memory Size:   96M  bytes                                            
  2. SRAM  Memory Size:   32M  bytes(ingress)                                   
                          24M  bytes(egress)
SFU 19 : uptime is 0 day, 0 hour, 11 minutes                                    
         StartupTime   2008/10/14   00:11:29                                    
  SDRAM Memory Size   :  32M bytes                                              
  Flash Memory Size   :   8M bytes
When collection information to RnD, should use both commands to get inoformation.

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