Dell EMC OpenManage Command Line Interface Guide Version 9.1

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Adding depreciation information

Depreciation is a set of methods for computing the devaluation of the asset over time. For example, the depreciation of a system that is expected to have a useful life of 5 years is 20 percent. Use the omconfig system assetinfo info=depreciation or omconfig servermodule assetinfo info=depreciation command to add details about how the system's depreciation is computed. The following table shows the valid parameters for the command.

Table 1. Valid Parameters Of omconfig system assetinfo info=depreciation or omconfig servermodule assetinfo info=depreciation . The following table describes the valid parameters for the command in the order of command level 1, level 2, level 3, name and value pair 1, name and value pair 2, and then the description.
Command Level 1 Command Level 2 Command Level 3 Name= Value Pair 1 Name= Value Pair 2 Description
omconfig system or servermodule assetinfo info=depreciation duration=< n> Number of years or months over which a system is depreciated.
        method=< text> Steps and assumptions used to compute the system's depreciation.
        percent=< n> Portion of 100 that an asset is devalued or depreciated.
        unit=months | years Unit is months or years.

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