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how to find the cpu core in hp-ux 11.31

 
rajesh73
Super Advisor

how to find the cpu core in hp-ux 11.31

how to find the cpu core in hp-ux 11.31

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Re: how to find the CPU cores in HP-UX 11.31

ioscan -k -C processor

rajesh73
Super Advisor

Re: how to find the CPU cores in HP-UX 11.31

pls find the output and advise us $ ioscan -k -C processor H/W Path Class Description =================================== 0/120 processor Processor 0/121 processor Processor 0/122 processor Processor 0/123 processor Processor 0/124 processor Processor 0/125 processor Processor 0/126 processor Processor 0/127 processor Processor 2/120 processor Processor 2/121 processor Processor 2/122 processor Processor 2/123 processor Processor 2/124 processor Processor 2/125 processor Processor 2/126 processor Processor 2/127 processor Processor
rajesh73
Super Advisor

Re: how to find the CPU cores in HP-UX 11.31

pls help me , how to find the cpu core.
Patrick Wallek
Honored Contributor

Re: how to find the CPU cores in HP-UX 11.31

The command you ran above shows you exactly the number of CPU cores active on your system.  If that is not the information you want, what exactly do you want?

 

If this is an Itanium system you can also try running the 'machinfo' command.

 

# /usr/contrib/bin/machinfo -v -m

Torsten.
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: how to find the CPU cores in HP-UX 11.31

"machinfo" is the command:

 

#

# machinfo
CPU info:
  8 s (1.6 GHz, 20 MB)
          4794 MT/s bus, CPU version 4
          32 logical processors (4 per socket)

 

 

here you see 8 quad core CPU modules = 32 cores.


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Re: how to find the CPU cores in HP-UX 11.31

>pls find the output and advise us $ ioscan -k -C processor ...

 

It would help if you could format this exactly how it appears on HP-UX.  It's kind of hard to count the lines, which is the number of processors == cores.

 

You can use the post's Options > Edit Reply to fix your post.

rajesh73
Super Advisor

Re: how to find the CPU cores in HP-UX 11.31

please find the below machinfo command output ,

 

 

CPU info:
  2 Intel(R)  Itanium(R)  Processor 9340s (1.6 GHz, 20 MB)
          4.79 GT/s QPI, CPU version E0
          16 logical processors (8 per socket)

 

 

From the above output we conclude,

 

2 physical processor

core - how to view the core

total processor count -16

 

 

Re: how to find the CPU cores in HP-UX 11.31

>  2 Intel(R)  Itanium(R)  Processor 9340s (1.6 GHz, 20 MB)
>     16 logical processors (8 per socket)

 

Hmm, the only way to get 8 is with hyperthreading?

 >2 physical processor

 

No, just two sockets.

 

>core - how to view the core

If you have 2 sockets, you have 8 cores.

rajesh73
Super Advisor

Re: how to find the CPU cores in HP-UX 11.31

pls find the below output

 

 1 Intel(R)  Itanium(R)  Processor 9340 (1.6 GHz, 15 MB)
          4.79 GT/s QPI, CPU version E0
          6 logical processors (6 per socket)

 

from the above output , please clarify my understanding right or wrong

 

1 socker

 

core - core (6 per scoket means how put the core)

 

total processor is 6

 

 


 

Torsten.
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: how to find the CPU cores in HP-UX 11.31

Please post the complete "machinfo" output or just

 

# model

 

to see what server you have.

 

The (still) current Itanium CPU called Tukwila is a 4-core CPU, aka Intel Itanium 9300 series.

 

Maybe you see more cores in this output because of HT enabled, but this is not what I would expect.

 

 

>> 6 logical processors

 

Maybe 1 of the 4 cores is disabled because of a fault, this could explain the unusual result.

 

 

Consider to post

 

# model

 

# machinfo

 

# setboot

 

#  /opt/propplus/bin/cprop -summary -c "Processors"

 

#  /opt/propplus/bin/cprop -detail -c "Processors"

 


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rajesh73
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Re: how to find the CPU cores in HP-UX 11.31

$ /usr/sbin/setboot
Primary bootpath : 32/0/2/2/0/0/0/4/0/0/0.0x50060e8005bffb21.0x4000000000000000 (/dev/rdisk/disk6)
HA Alternate bootpath : 32/0/2/2/0/0/0/2/0/0/1 (LAN Interface)
Alternate bootpath :

Autoboot is ON (enabled)
Hyperthreading : ON
               : ON (next boot)

please find the below o

 

$ /opt/propplus/bin/cprop -summary -c "Processors"

[Component]: Processors
Error encountered while loading summary information!
PGS08000: CIM HTTP or HTTPS connector cannot connect to local CIM server. Connection failed.
Error encountered while loading summary information!
<ERROR> "[Component]: Processors", "[Class]: HPUX_Processor": PGS08000: CIM HTTP or HTTPS connector cannot connect to local CIM server. Connection failed.
Error encountered while loading summary information!
<ERROR> "[Component]: Processors", "[Class]: HPUX_Processor": PGS08000: CIM HTTP or HTTPS connector cannot connect to local CIM server. Connection failed.
$ /opt/propplus/bin/cprop -detail -c "Processors"

[Component]: Processors
Error encountered while loading detailed information!
PGS08000: CIM HTTP or HTTPS connector cannot connect to local CIM server. Connection failed.
Error encountered while loading detailed information!
<ERROR> "[Component]: Processors", "[Class]: HPUX_Processor": PGS08000: CIM HTTP or HTTPS connector cannot connect to local CIM server. Connection failed.
Error encountered while loading detailed information!
<ERROR> "[Component]: Processors", "[Class]: HPUX_Processor": PGS08000: CIM HTTP or HTTPS connector cannot connect to local CIM server. Connection failed.
$ whereis setboot
setboot: /usr/sbin/setboot /usr/share/man/man1m.Z/setboot.1m

 

$ model
ia64 hp Superdome2 16s
$ machinfo
CPU info:
  2 Intel(R)  Itanium(R)  Processor 9340s (1.6 GHz, 10 MB)
          4.79 GT/s QPI, CPU version E0
          8 logical processors (4 per socket)

Memory: 49148 MB (48 GB)

Firmware info:
   Firmware revision:  002.074.000
   FP SWA driver revision: 1.18
   IPMI is supported on this system.
   BMC firmware revision: 1.03

Platform info:
   Model:                  "ia64 hp Superdome2 16s"
   Machine ID number:      bf375bf8-df80-11df-b3d2-b47dd76f23dc
   Machine serial number:  SGH50370EV

OS info:
   Nodename:  eccci002
   Release:   HP-UX B.11.31
   Version:   U (unlimited-user license)
   Machine:   ia64
   ID Number: 3208076280
   vmunix _release_version:
@(#) $Revision: vmunix:    B.11.31_LR FLAVOR=perf

 

 

please help me . urgent

Re: how to find the CPU cores in HP-UX 11.31

>please help me . urgent

$ /usr/sbin/setboot

Hyperthreading : ON

$ machinfo
  2 Intel(R)  Itanium(R)  Processor 9340s (1.6 GHz, 10 MB)
          8 logical processors (4 per socket)

 

It seems to be working fine now.  You have 8 cores.

Why is this urgent?

Torsten.
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Re: how to find the CPU cores in HP-UX 11.31

This is either a single blade nPar or any kinf of vpar.

 

Do you run vPars? In this case you should get the information frm OA.

 

However, there are 2 quad core CPUs = 8 cores in this SD2 nPar.


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Regards
Torsten.

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