Get Dell Service Tag from RHEL or Ubuntu CLI

Get Dell Service Tag from RHEL or Ubuntu CLI

Getting your Dell Service Tag from a RHEL or Ubuntu from the CLI is surprisingly easy to do. If you’ve ever needed to get Dell service tag from RHEL or Ubuntu CLI server that you can only SSH into here’s an easy way to do that. The dmidecode command dumps the DMI or SMBIOS table which has all sorts of useful information. You can chekc out the manual page at http://linux.die.net/man/8/dmidecode

Run:
dmidecode|grep “Serial Number”

This will display the serial number(s) and Service Tag number if it’s a Dell.

Need to get the Dell Service Tag in DOS? Check out our other tutorial for DOS HERE

Get Dell Service Tag from RHEL or Ubuntu CLI

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