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Old 04-02-2004, 02:11 AM   #1
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Multi Processor system?

Is there any command to find out if the system I am using is a single processor system or a multi processor system?

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'cat /proc/cpuinfo' might do the trick.

a screw driver often is more efficent and more descriptive
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I have got a system with 2 CPUs.
But, /proc/cpuinfo is showing details about only one processor!

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