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Old 10-17-2014
Numbers-of-cpu-cores-in-Solaris-10

Hello All,

How do I find the number of CPU's, virtual processors in solaris 10?

Thank you
Sunil Kumar
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Old 10-17-2014
Hi Sunil,

You'll have to be a bit more specific with your question, but for quickness you could just run the following from a command prompt.

Code:
psrinfo -v

This is a good starting place from a virtual machine.

You don't tell us anything about the machine type and without that info it's more awkward.

For instance, is it a Domain, a Global Zone, a simple zone, is the cpu from part of a pool, the first information to give us is the machine type.

Regards

Dave
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Old 10-27-2014
Thank you very much.
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