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nmon gives a lot of useful info.
You may also want to do it my way :
# bindprocessor -q
The available processors are: 0 1 2 3
# lsattr -E -l mem0
goodsize 512 Amount of usable physical memory in Mbytes False
size 512 Total amount of physical memory in Mbytes False
# lsattr -E -l proc0
frequency 374999808 Processor Speed False
smt_enabled false Processor SMT enabled False
smt_threads 0 Processor SMT threads False
state enable Processor state False
type PowerPC_604e Processor type False
hdisk0 00439c5bb7a4ec67 rootvg active
hdisk1 00439c5be10d6265 rootvg active
bindprocessor -q shows all available processor. As you can see I also use lsattr and lpv.
lsvg rootvg shows available space, lsdev -Ccdisk shows disk type.