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Old 05-01-2009, 11:25 AM   #1
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dmiencode shows Speed: Unknown. How do I know what memory is in my server?

I need to order memory for my server, because it only has 1GB at the moment and I'm planning to host 2 VMWare Virtual Machines.
[root@dns2 ~]#  dmidecode | grep Speed
        Max Speed: 3066 MHz
        Current Speed: 3000 MHz
        Supported Speeds:
        Current Speed: Unknown
        Current Speed: Unknown
        Current Speed: Unknown
        Current Speed: Unknown
        Speed: Unknown
        Speed: Unknown
        Speed: Unknown
        Speed: Unknown
        Speed: Unknown
        Speed: Unknown
[root@dns2 ~]#
Old 05-01-2009, 11:48 AM   #2
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You can try lshw to find out the required detail.

How to use "lshw" click here.

If not installed in ur distro u can get it here.


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