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Memory - Which slots and how much?

Hi, all. I was wondering if there's a command or log file that will tell me how much RAM is in the system and, more specifically, the size of each stick.


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lscfg -vp

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sudo dmidecode --type 17

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@JasonRkr try this
$ lscfg -vp | grep -e "Memory DIMM" -e "Size"

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