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verify is sun server has any pcie slots

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Hi Experts,

I am coming back to solaris after some time, and I want to confirm if I am doing it the right way to verify system hardware configuration.
I wanted to check if sun server v440 has any pci-e slots. so i entered
prtconf command, and in the output of IO slots, there are only pci and not pci-e, based on this output, can i confirm that this server doesn't has any pci-e slots. Please let me know.
Thanks in advance.
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The V440s did not have any PCI-e slots, only PCI. It has 3 slots that support both 66 and 33 MHz and three slots that support only 33MHz, but no PCI-e
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