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Old 02-08-2001

How to check configuration in HP-UX? For example, no. of CPU, memory, scsi devices, etc. and the software installed?

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Old 02-08-2001
Try 'top', 'ioscan', and 'swlist'. Check the man pages for syntax on ioscan and swlist.
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Old 02-12-2001
Originally posted by PxT
Try 'top', 'ioscan', and 'swlist'. Check the man pages for syntax on ioscan and swlist.
Thank you very much :>
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