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Old 08-21-2001
what is the command for listing the device specs in solaris

Im looking to get the statistics on a machine

memory, cpu speed drive size etc

thanks in advance
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Old 08-21-2001
prtconf will show total memory

/usr/platform/{platform-name}/sbin/prtdiag will give cpu info, as will mpstat (use uname -m to determine the platform-name)

df -k will show the mounted file systems, and typically adding up the "kbytes" column will show disk size. format can also be used but must be run as root.

dmesg will also pull a bunch of info out of the /var/adm/messages file if the box has been booted relatively recently.I hope that helps.
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Old 08-22-2001

If you have any remotely mounted filesystems (NFS, etc...) that are mounted OVER data in a directory, df -k will show the space as used, but it will be hard to account for unless you umount them and look for the "hidden" files.

A good tip from Unix Hints and Hacks - good sysadmin reference book.

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Old 08-22-2001
You can use iostat -En to find out the disk drive size. psrinfo -v is another to know the cpu size and status of the CPU.
 

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