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System Specs in OK Prompt

Hello to all!
In the OK prompt, which command should I use to see RAM memory, CPU, and disks partition and capacity?
I have in my hands an ancient Ultra5 machine, which Im trying to install Solaris, but don't know if the configuration is the original one.
Thanks!
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banner will show memory

probe-scsi will show scsi disks, but will require a reset first

show-ide will show ide disks

I think there is a show-fcal, but in most cases it will only show internal disks if I remember (V880).

I am not sure how to show CPU info from the ok prompt.
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Originally Posted by 98_1LE
banner will show memory
I think there is a show-fcal, but in most cases it will only show internal disks if I remember (V880).
Correct, this is only availabe on systems with internal FCAL bus. Exteral fiber channel devices show up in a probs-scsi

You can also do a banner to get some general information, and also "show-devs"
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module-info will sometimes show cpu info, but it doesn't seem to work with every sparc system.
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Thanks all. Smilie
 

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