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How to check systems specification components in Linux ?

 
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How to check systems specification components in Linux ?


What is the command in RHEL5 to check the memory size, the number of processors, the processor speed etc... ?

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Re: How to check systems specification components in Linux ?

It's pretty much everything in /proc:

cat /proc/meminfo
cat /proc/cpuinfo
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Re: How to check systems specification components in Linux ?

Hi,

Use the dmidecode command to get more detailed HW infos:


# dmidecode


Cheers
- Thomas
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Re: How to check systems specification components in Linux ?

Thank you !

Is there any other command ?
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Re: How to check systems specification components in Linux ?

Hi,

Check below link for getting all information regarding your server and OS , just download cfg2html from this link and install in ur server ,

http://www.cfg2html.com/

Rgds//
Taifur
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Re: How to check systems specification components in Linux ?

Hi,

Another option is to install HP Proliant Support Pack and login to the System Management Homepage (SMH) to get more HW infos.

Cheers
- Thomas