Reports the latest installed maintenance level of the system.
oslevel [ -l Level | -g | -q ]
The oslevel command reports the level of the operating system using a subset of all filesets installed on your system. These filesets include the Base Operating System (BOS), base devices, base printers, and X11 2d.
The oslevel command also prints information about maintenance levels, including which filesets are not at a specified maintenance level.
|-l Level||Lists filesets at levels earlier than maintenance level specified by the Level parameter.|
|-g||Lists filesets at levels later than the current maintenance level.|
|-q||Lists names of known maintenance levels that can be specified using the -l flag.|
|/usr/bin/oslevel||Contains the oslevel command.|
The lslpp command.