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I need a command to find,
1) Avaiable Physical CPU
2) Avaiable virtual CPU
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Discussion started by: sumanthupar
I am using command psrinfo -p to check the number of physical processors present on any soalris machine.I want to check the number of virtual processors assigned for particular solaris machine.
which command/set of command need to be used which can grep or show the total virtual processors... (8 Replies)
Discussion started by: omkar.jadhav
3. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
How can I know whether the server I am connecting to is a virtual or physical one? The server might be having any Unix OS (Linux/Solaris/HP-UX etc.).
Is there any system files / commands which can show these concrete information?
Thanks in advance for the replies.
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Discussion started by: sanzee007
on redhat linux 5.5 (IBM PPC) os, whenever I am running the command top, it is showing 8 cpu.
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Discussion started by: manoj.solaris
First of all I have performed a Google search and internal search and found several descriptions but nothing I can wrap my head around and feel 100% confident about.
I feel really silly for asking this as I manage a P6 570 with 12 lpars but I have difficulity with Virtual Processors.
I can... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: juredd1
I am on an Solaris machine "SunOS 5.10 Generic_139556-08 i86pc i386 i86pc"..how do i check if I am on an physical or an virtaul server.
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I am new to Linux kernel/user space programming having been an assembly programmer in my previous life. I am now using 2.6.x kernel on an embedded CPU that has a few dedicated hardware blocks (including more CPU running just C-code, i.e., no operating system).
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Discussion started by: agaurav
I have two questions here.
I need to find out the number of physical processors the HP-UX operating system is running in. Here i am referring to the physical processors in a system and not the number of cores.
I can get the number of cores using the command 'ioscan -fnkC processor'.... (7 Replies)
Discussion started by: shawshank
9. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
Have a p570 LPAR capped/smt set to 4 physical processors. And currently have virtual processors set to 6 which gives 12 logical processors at AIX. This is for an Oracle9i database server running 4 instances.
What should virtual processors be set to? at least initially?
And how to determine when... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: guttew
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What command can i use to get the physical and virtual memory of a database? (7 Replies)
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