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Any idea how to get out the SN?
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I want to know if there is any command which will tell me if an AIX machine is a LPar or not. I am using "lparstat -i" but it does not work on all AIX machines. Is there any generic command by whose output I will come to know if it is an LPar or not?
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I can ping into another unix machine, but I cannot seem to access a certain application. I think it might be because I am now allowed to connect to the port (because of firewall configuration).
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I am trying to find the number of caches on a machine programatically.
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pls let me know ..
1)How to fine which UNIX machine
Ex . whether it is 32 bit processor OR 64 bit processor ..
2) HP-ux is machine or Architectural ?
pls replay as soon as possible ..
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