Solaris 8 Managed server RAM, need to know how much

I need the command to know how much ram is there in a Solaris 8 managed server.
Any info will be great
Thanks
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wcheungCommented:
Try the command "/usr/sbin/prtconf".

You might also be interested in installing the "memconf"
program which displays RAM memory info in a more useful form:

http://www.rite-group.com/software/memconf.html
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PsiCopCommented:
You can also look in /var/adm for a series of files with names matching the pattern --> messages.*

Examination of one or more of these files (which are a record of console messages, starting from boot time) will find a line similar to:

Mar 3  08:00:01 bester unix: [ID 435435 kern.info] avail mem 125595648

This shows the system RAM in bytes (128 MB in this particular case). You can use grep or a similar utility to find the file(s) and line(s) containing this information.
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