How to find the core of the processor in redhat
how can i find the core of the processor .I tried
lscpu not working on my machine
Any help how can i get core of procesor
find it? get it? What do you want to know about it?
If you cat /proc/cpuinfo you ought to see something like this:
Something else you can use might be lshw, which will show you a heck of lot of information about your hardware; you'll probably have to execute lshw with
If you don't have lshw, see http://ezix.org/project/wiki/HardwareLiSter or, perhaps, the software repository for your distribution.
Hope this helps some.
I'm just guessing, but maybe the OP wants to know what kind of core the CPU has.
In tronayne's example, I would find the code number of the CPU in the cpuinfo. It is E7600. Then I would google Intel E7600 and find various pages that seem to be saying it has a "Wolfdale" core (I'm not an expert on this stuff, so I don't know how much information is implied by the name "Wolfdale").
The OP similarly can get the CPU code number from cpuinfo and then get more info by google of the code number along with the manufacturer name (Intel or AMD).
Thanks all .
I could not find core of processor in /proc/cpuinfo command as well as dmidecode
I got the info in these command
#top -I Got details core 0 core1
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