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I have "inherited" a OmniOS (illumos based) server.
I noticed rsync is significantly slower in respect to my reference, FreeBSD 12-CURRENT, running on exactly same hardware.
Using same hardware, same command with same source and target disks, OmniOS r151026 gives:
test@omniosce:~# time... (11 Replies)
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CPU speed of Sun Sparc Enterprise T5140 in data sheet is 1200 Mhz. Why it shows in "prtdiag -v" command each thread just has speed at 1165 Mhz.
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A log file which is growing at high speed, don't know the name of it. How to find the respective file?
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Please let me know if there is any way I can find out (either via command line or SMF) the following:
1.CPU model (eg. Pentium 4,Celeron)
2.CPU speed (eg. 1GHz)
for this I could get the output through psrinfo -v, but still is there any other way?
3.Hard disk model (eg. Seagate).
When I... (9 Replies)
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In UNIX, it's very easy to find the duplex speed. But in Windows, is there a easy way to find the duplex speed? I can't go to over 100 servers to find this out, I was wondering if I run one command to do this?
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Discussion started by: samnyc
I get my CPU speed use pstat APIs
use this program serach google and just test it
#define CPU_ID 0
#define HZ_PER_MHZ 1000000
struct pst_processor pst;
union pstun pu;
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Discussion started by: alert0919
Need to find CPU Speed of zLinux.
The commands like cat /proc/cpuinfo and /usr/bin/cpufreq-info does not gave me the expected results.
/usr/bin/cpufreq-info prints the
analyzing CPU 0:
no or unknown cpufreq driver is active on this CPU
analyzing CPU 1:
no or unknown cpufreq... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: surajb
How can I get the CPUs speed without root permissions?
Thanks. (2 Replies)
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Is there a command I can use to find out how many CPU's and what type are on my server? (I was told to use cat /proc/cpuinfo)
Also, how do I know what kind of bus speeds are on my server?
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how do i determine the speed of a cpu on AIX 4.3.3 or 5.1? (5 Replies)
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