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Old 04-07-2005, 06:08 PM   #1
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Memory/Disk Info


I am new to Linux.
I need commands on Red Hat 9 to find

*) No of processors
*) Speed of processors
*) Amount of Memory
*) No of disks
*) Size of disk/disks

This info is essential for me to get MTBF (Mean time before failure) info
from the hardware vendor. I apprecaite your help.

Thanks in advance
Old 04-07-2005, 06:10 PM   #2
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df <-- type this to show disk usage and capacity

top <--- type this to show memory usage and capacity (CTRL-C to exit)

ls -l /dev/hd* <--- Type this to show the ids of disks in the system
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Read some files in your /proc partition, all that info is stored in various places around there.
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CPU/Disk Info

Thanks for all that.

/etc/proc/* has useful CPU and other info.
For number of disk and size fdisk is the good command (option l)


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