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Old 11-05-2002
Question Ram structure

Hi all,
I would like know if we can enter a command under UNIX (HPUX 10.xx) to know the hard ram memory structure .


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Old 11-05-2002
If you are running the support tools, yes, this can be done. But be careful, the tools can be dangerous.

1. Become root
2. run "cstm"
3. type "map" and get the "Dev Num" of memory. In my case this is 20.
4. type "select device 20"
5. type "info"
6. type "infolog" to see the results.

"done" will get you out of infolog. "exit" will get you out of cstm.
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