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# 8  
Old 09-29-2009
Quote:
1.CPU model (eg. Pentium 4,Celeron)
prtdiag -v
Code:
System Configuration: HP ProLiant DL385 G2
BIOS Configuration: HP A09 04/07/2007
BMC Configuration: IPMI 2.0 (KCS: Keyboard Controller Style)

==== Processor Sockets ====================================

Version                          Location Tag
-------------------------------- --------------------------
Opteron                          Proc 1
Opteron                          Proc 2
...

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2.CPU speed (eg. 1GHz)
psrinfo -v
Code:
Status of virtual processor 0 as of: 09/29/2009 15:49:01
  on-line since 09/18/2009 19:28:05.
  The i386 processor operates at 2600 MHz,
        and has an i387 compatible floating point processor.

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3.Hard disk model (eg. Seagate).
format>inquiry

Code:
Vendor:   HP
Product:  LOGICAL VOLUME
Revision: 4.06

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4.Hard disk size.
format

Code:
       1. c1t1d0 <HP-LOGICAL VOLUME-4.06-136.70GB>
          /pci@38,0/pci1166,142@10/pci103c,3234@0/sd@1,0


this was all done on my x86 box.

Last edited by pupp; 10-13-2009 at 10:12 AM..
# 9  
Old 09-30-2009
Quote:
Originally Posted by saagar
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?
You can try the smbios command on Solaris for x86.
Code:
# smbios -t SMB_TYPE_PROCESSOR
ID    SIZE TYPE
4     73   SMB_TYPE_PROCESSOR (processor)

  Manufacturer: AMD
  Version: AMD
  Location Tag: CPU0-Socket 940

  Family: 132 (Opteron)
  CPUID: 0x78bfbff00020f51
  Type: 3 (central processor)
  Socket Upgrade: 6 (none)
  Socket Status: Populated
  Processor Status: 1 (enabled)
  Supported Voltages: 1.2V
  External Clock Speed: Unknown
  Maximum Speed: 3000MHz
  Current Speed: 2600MHz
  L1 Cache: 8
  L2 Cache: 9
  L3 Cache: None

ID    SIZE TYPE
5     72   SMB_TYPE_PROCESSOR (processor)

  Manufacturer: AMD
  Version: AMD
  Location Tag: CPU1-Socket 940

  Family: 132 (Opteron)
  CPUID: 0x78bfbff00000f51
  Type: 3 (central processor)
  Socket Upgrade: 6 (none)
  Socket Status: Populated
  Processor Status: 1 (enabled)
  Supported Voltages: 1.2V
  External Clock Speed: Unknown
  Maximum Speed: 3000MHz
  Current Speed: 2600MHz
  L1 Cache: 10
  L2 Cache: 11
  L3 Cache: None

ID    SIZE TYPE
6     72   SMB_TYPE_PROCESSOR (processor)

  Manufacturer: AMD
  Version: AMD
  Location Tag: CPU2-Socket 940

  Family: 132 (Opteron)
  CPUID: 0x78bfbff00000f51
  Type: 3 (central processor)
  Socket Upgrade: 6 (none)
  Socket Status: Populated
  Processor Status: 1 (enabled)
  Supported Voltages: 1.2V
  External Clock Speed: Unknown
  Maximum Speed: 3000MHz
  Current Speed: 2600MHz
  L1 Cache: 12
  L2 Cache: 13
  L3 Cache: None

ID    SIZE TYPE
7     72   SMB_TYPE_PROCESSOR (processor)

  Manufacturer: AMD
  Version: AMD
  Location Tag: CPU3-Socket 940

  Family: 132 (Opteron)
  CPUID: 0x78bfbff00000f51
  Type: 3 (central processor)
  Socket Upgrade: 6 (none)
  Socket Status: Populated
  Processor Status: 1 (enabled)
  Supported Voltages: 1.2V
  External Clock Speed: Unknown
  Maximum Speed: 3000MHz
  Current Speed: 2600MHz
  L1 Cache: 14
  L2 Cache: 15
  L3 Cache: None

# 10  
Old 10-12-2009
incredible,pupp, and jllagre.. thanks for the responses. I will try them out...thanks.

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