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Getting system information screen shots

 
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JohnSeel
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Getting system information screen shots

Hello,
We are running HPUX 11iv3.

As part of the system Validation Qualification, I've been asked to get screen shots of some information including the type of processors and speed (we have two dual core cpus on the rx3660)

We do not have a functional graphics display. Access is via telnet. I can get screen shots of the telnet window, but don't know how to get the information displayed.

Is there a character based utility that will display the cpu information?

Thanks.
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James R. Ferguson
Acclaimed Contributor
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Re: Getting system information screen shots

Hi John:

# machinfo

Regards!

...JRF...

Re: Getting system information screen shots

Alternatively, if you _really_ want to use a GUI to get this info, then point your web browser at the IP/hostname of HP-UX box at port 2301 and you should get a login for Systems Management Homepage:

http://:2301

Once logged in (as root I guess) You can navigate to Home->System->Processors

HTH

Duncan

HTH

Duncan
madhuchakkaravarthy
Trusted Contributor

Re: Getting system information screen shots

hi

as james said u can use machinfo,

regards

MC
JohnSeel
Advisor

Re: Getting system information screen shots

Machinfo is exactly what I need.
Thanks to all.
John
JohnSeel
Advisor

Re: Getting system information screen shots

Thanks
Viktor Balogh
Honored Contributor

Re: Getting system information screen shots

> "...some information including the type of processors and speed..."

If they want other informations too, send them the o/p of the print_manifest command, this spits out pretty much info about your box.
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