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raees 04-26-2005 03:41 PM

prtdiag equavalent on linux
 
On Sun prtdiag lists a report like below , I want to know any equavalent on linux

$/usr/platform/sun4u/sbin/prtdiag

System Configuration: Sun Microsystems sun4u 4-slot Sun Enterprise 3000
System clock frequency: 100 MHz
Memory size: 3072Mb

========================= CPUs =========================

Run Ecache CPU CPU
Brd CPU Module MHz MB Impl. Mask
--- --- ------- ----- ------ ------ ----
5 10 0 400 4.0 US-II 9.0
5 11 1 400 4.0 US-II 9.0
7 14 0 400 4.0 US-II 9.0
7 15 1 400 4.0 US-II 9.0


========================= Memory =========================

Intrlv. Intrlv.
Brd Bank MB Status Condition Speed Factor With
--- ----- ---- ------- ---------- ----- ------- -------
3 0 1024 Active OK 60ns 2-way A
5 0 1024 Active OK 60ns 2-way A
7 0 1024 Active OK 60ns 1-way

========================= IO Cards =========================

Bus Freq
Brd Type MHz Slot Name Model
--- ---- ---- ---- -------------------------------- ----------------------
1 SBus 25 0 fcaw/sd (block) FCW
1 SBus 25 1 SUNW,qfe SUNW,sbus-qfe
1 SBus 25 1 SUNW,qfe SUNW,sbus-qfe
1 SBus 25 1 SUNW,qfe SUNW,sbus-qfe
1 SBus 25 1 SUNW,qfe SUNW,sbus-qfe
1 SBus 25 2 network SUNW,sbus-gem
1 SBus 25 3 SUNW,hme
1 SBus 25 3 SUNW,fas/sd (block)
1 SBus 25 13 SUNW,socal/sf (scsi-3) 501-3060

No failures found in System
===========================

No System Faults found
======================

theYinYeti 04-27-2005 09:07 AM

I'm not sure, but by reading the /proc/cpuinfo file, and running the lspci program, you may get all you want.

Yves.


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