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What command would I use to check my firmware levels on a Sun Solaris machine?  
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I presume you mean on a SPARC system.  If the system is at the okay> prompt, just type ".version"  Note the leading period.
If the system is running, the command "prtconf -V"  will show you the OBP (i.e. firmware) version.
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