Unix Tip #4372- March 1, 2014


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SOLARIS PROCESSOR COUNT


Ever needed to know how many
processors you have and what
speed their running at on
your Solaris system?

Just run the command "prtdiag"
from the directory
/usr/platform/sun4u/sbin. Add
a "-v" for even more info about
power supply and power/cpu fans.

This tip generously supported by: litz2@home.com



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