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Thank you very much. I was able to obtain the processor speed and Memory.

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pset_assign_cpu(1)					      General Commands Manual						pset_assign_cpu(1)

pset_assign_cpu - Assigns a processor to a processor set SYNOPSIS
/usr/sbin/pset_assign_cpu pset_id processor [processor...] /usr/sbin/pset_assign_cpu -a pset_id number OPTIONS
Adds the specified number of processors (number) to the specified processor set (pset_id) from the default processor set. DESCRIPTION
The pset_assign_cpu command assigns one or more processors to an existing processor set. The pset_id variable is a unique integer that identifies the processor set and is returned by the pset_create command. The processor variable is a unique integer that identifies the processor. Each processor that is assigned to an existing processor set is removed from its current processor set. The boot processor cannot be assigned. Processor assignments are logged in the /var/adm/wtmp file. FILES
Commands: pset_destroy(1), pset_create(1), pset_assign_pid(1), pset_info(1) Files: processor_sets(4) pset_assign_cpu(1)

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