How to tell VPM presence without restarting?

The wct4xxp module will log kernel messages when starting up, indicating
whether a VPM module (VPM400 or VPM450) was found.

I have some systems that have been running long enough that the messages
files from the last reboot have long since been rotated out and deleted.
They are older systems running zaptel 1.2.27.

Is there any way using one of the zt tools or /proc to determine whether
a VPM module is present, without doing a restart of zaptel or the machine
to see the init log messages?

I’m trying to debug a problem for which this is relevant information.

Thanks
Tony

2 Responses to “How to tell VPM presence without restarting?”

  1. "Kevin P. Fleming" said:

    May 28, 12 at 8:00 am

    Not with that ancient set of drivers, no :-) DAHDI (since 2.4, I think)
    has made this information available in /proc/dahdi.

  2. Anonymous said:

    May 28, 12 at 9:12 am

    In article <4FC368D6.5060707@digium.com>,
    Kevin P. Fleming wrote:

    Thanks, Kevin – I appreciate the quick reply.

    Tony