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i am trying to find out hpw many virtual and physical processors does any linux machine has:
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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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Firstly, apologies if the theme of this post is discussed elsewhere.
At the moment we have a dual-domain M5000 running. Each domain is running with equal amounts of CPU and memory.
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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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Im working on Solaris 9 on SPARC-32 bit running on an Ultra-80, and I have to find out the following:-
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Would any one be so kind to explain me :
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Specialy what is the impact of :
max locked memory
on performance of applications for a user.
this is what I can see in MAN :
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