((board-id, cpu, cpus)|(board-id, pci)|(board-id, wcb, cpus, wicies)*) List of all boards. First number in sublist specifies board id. The second is either cpu (for CPU board), pci (PCI board), or wcb (for WCI board). A cpu board has an additional list entry for the number of CPU:s on the board and a WCI board has two additional list entries, number of CPU:s and number of WCI:s.
(type, sub-type, idx) Indexed on buffer offset.
The chassis type of the system. Where chassis is SP -- a Service ProviderDS -- a Datacenter ServerME -- a Midrange Enterprise ServerMD -- a Midrange Desk-side Server
The console index.
Text console object implementing the serial-device interface.
The mac address/serial # for the system.
List of node io spaces in the system.
The interrupt bus object used to send and receive interrupts.
The master CPU.
((cpu-id, bank-id, bank-size)) List of all memory banks on a node.
((node, start, size, memory-space)*) List of memory slices that the console can access.
nvci object with prom variables.
Buffered characters for the console.
Set to 1 of output from OBP, else 0.
The console pending buffer. 256 bytes.
The console pending index.
Recorder device for playback of console input.
The console buffer. 256 bytes.
The time stored in the rtc. When written to, the syntax understood is "%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S" as per the strptime(3) man page. The string may optionally be followed by "UTC", or it will be interpreted as local time. When read from, the format is "yyyy-mm-dd hh:mm:ss UTC".
|get-time||get date and time|
|info||print information about the device|
|set-time||set date and time|
|set-time-current||set date and time to the current (real) time|