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System Configuration

Travis Morgan
Occasional Visitor

System Configuration

Hey guys

Using different commands is there a way from the command line I get find out the configuration of the system that I am on. I would like to know CPU speed and #, Memory amounts, Disk Space, etc.
Bruno Vilardo
Regular Advisor

Re: System Configuration


You can use TOP to check the memory usage, Swap,processes that are running,cpu consuming.

And you can use df -k to check the file system sizes and availability.
check also man df


Travis Morgan
Occasional Visitor

Re: System Configuration

Thanks Bruno

'top' and 'df -k' worked fine for memory and disk space.

I am looking to get the actual speed of the processors in the system. any ideas?

Hein van den Heuvel
Honored Contributor

Re: System Configuration

cpu speed: psrinfo -v

Startup info/config: uerf -R | more

Physical memory: vmstat -P

everything: syscheck


Johan Brusche
Honored Contributor

Re: System Configuration

And the fancy way is:

/usr/sbin/insightd should be running on the adressed system before the above can give the desired result. (Use https and port 2381 if the SSL version is installed)

Click on the links "System Info", "System Board" and "File System Space" in the left frame.

The same info can also be obtained via snmp request towards the system.