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System Configuration Information

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José Luis Martínez
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System Configuration Information

Hello
Which are the commands throught out I can I get system information as memory, porcessor number, processor speed, disk, etc. Could you help me with this information? Thanks in advance.
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Ralf Puchner
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Re: System Configuration Information

sys_check is a utility generating a html file of the configuration.

Other possiblities are hwmgr -show comp or uerf to view the binary.errlog startup messages.
Help() { FirstReadManual(urgently); Go_to_it;; }
Blake Roberts
Frequent Advisor

Re: System Configuration Information

If you want some information straight from the command line, you can also use "psrinfo -v" for processer # and speed, and "vmstat -P" for amount of memory on the system. "swapon -s" will also give you a summary of your swap disks.

Ralf's answer, however, will give you all of that, and a LOT more. sys_check is the most comprehensive report that is available.