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Jorge Pons
Trusted Contributor

memory

How can I know the physical memory, processor, etc... of my e3000 without reboot?
Thanks
2 REPLIES
Jorge Pons
Trusted Contributor

Re: memory

OK! I know....sysinfo. thaks a lot
Chuck Ciesinski
Honored Contributor

Re: memory

Jorge,

You've already answered your question. There are several other tools, i.e., sysgen will
identify your I/O configuration, discs, channels, etc.

The tools from Lund Performance Solutions will also provide you with the amount of memory and processors. Glance/iX will also provide memory and CPU info.

My $ .04 for inflation,

Chuck Ciesinski
"Show me the $$$$$"