Thank you very, that did it.
>>> Phat D Doan <pddoan AT REGENCE DOT COM> 12/14 4:44 PM >>>
You can use "lsdev -Cc processor" to display the list of CPUs and then use
"lsattr -El proc0" to display the attribute of each cpu. Use "lsattr -EH -l
sys0 -a realmem" to display the total physical memory. Hope this helps.
From: Gil Irizarry <IRIZARRG AT LABS.WYETH DOT COM> on 12/14/99 01:27 PM
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Subject: RISC F50 Running AIX 4.3.2 List Hardware CMD
I have upgrade the hardware on my 7025-F50 and I was wandering if there is way
to display the number of DIMMs & value (128,256,ETC). Also I have upgrade the
number of CPUs from 2 to 4. Is there a way to display it as well. I know that,
at boot up time this values will be display, but, I would like to do it on
demand.. lsdev -? -? or lscfg ?.
Thanks in advance