An enterprise infrastructure administrator needs to run plenty of reports for firmware, software version, or any kind of infrastructure data in their day-to-day operation. Some vendors provide powerful tools to pull out data from their solution, but what if you don't have such tools? It is pain to get data manually especially for large number of servers. I'm going to share my trick to you. I'll use HP ProLiant blade system for example, as it's very common case in enterprise datacenter.
This article is for the new users whom just like me! :-) I got a Raspberry Pi about half years ago, I'm pretty new in Linux world, so I rebuilt my pi over and over again whenever there was a new release...it takes lot of time to do it. Thanks Safari(a online library for IT guys). Today I found a new way to do it on fly! Just run following two commands it will upgrade system automatically. #apt-get update This command line updates the latest repository information. #apt-get upgrade It's upgrade all older packages to latest version. It may takes long time to complete upgrading, you'd better make sure the SSH alive during that time.