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Hi, looking to upgrade memory on a pair of T5220's from 32GB to 64GB. Cannot determine current DIMM size and slots used. i.e. not sure if Qty 16 x 2GB or Qty 8 x 4GB. If there are no empty slots, i need to go with higher density DIMMs and retire exsisting the 2GB prtdiag follows.
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2. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
in one default UFS filesystem we have 8K block size (bsize) and 1K fragmentsize (fsize). At this scenary I thought all "FileSytem IO" will be 8K (or greater) but never smaller than the fragment size (1K). If a UFS fragment/blocksize is allwasy several ADJACENTS sectors on disk (in a ... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: rarino2
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Using Redhat, how do I display total hard disk size? I know how to do that in Solaris, you can type, format. It will show how big the disks are.
This is what I did so for.
$ df -t ext3 -h
Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on
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Discussion started by: samnyc
This is the report I got running the comand rptconf, but I would like to know what is the capacity of the disks installed into our server power 6 with AIX
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I'm kind of new to programming in Linux & c/c++. I'm currently writing a FileManager using Ubuntu Linux(10.10) for Learning Purposes. I've got started on this project by creating a loopback device to be used as my virtual hard disk. After creating the loop back hard disk and mounting it... (23 Replies)
Discussion started by: shen747
I have a Sun T5120, and I want to programmatically determine how much RAM it has.
# uname -a
SunOS myhost 5.10 Generic_141444-09 sun4v sparc SUNW,SPARC-Enterprise-T5120
The box has 64Gb; I tried prtdiag and prtconf, but they give me bogus info
prtconf gives me:
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How do I check for physical damage on red hat linux hard disks? I tried smartctl /dev/sdb but it came back so fast saying it was ok. Is there a better linux command to check for bad sectors or physical disks in linux? Is there a good way such as with parted or something else? I normally in HP... (4 Replies)
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8. Filesystems, Disks and Memory
I am trying to find the reliability of 'vmstat -d' for showing the actual physical writes on sectors on hard disk.
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I have an 80 GB HDD, but I wish to know if there is a direct command in Solaris 10 to find out the size of my hard disk (similar to fdisk -l in Linux).
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I need explanations about physical disks and physical volumes. What is the difference between these 2 things?
In fact, i am trying to understand what the AIX lspv2command does.
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