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CPU Speed

Robert Brothers
Frequent Advisor

CPU Speed

I know psrinfo gets me how many cpu's, how about speed? I know in the log file it shows the boot sequence. I just don't remember which log file to look in.
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Abdul Rahiman
Esteemed Contributor

Re: CPU Speed

You can use the hwmgr command or psrinfo -v copmand to get the cpu speed info,

1. # hwmgr -get attr -cat cpu

2. # psrinfo -v

fyi, Boot sequence is recorded in the /var/adm/messages file. Were you referring that file ?

regds,
Abdul.
No unix, no fun
Robert Brothers
Frequent Advisor

Re: CPU Speed

Thank you, That was it messages I was looking in syslog.dated. doh:) stupid brain.