info about AIX BOX

Dear Gurus,

I am new IBM AIX. I would like to know the command or file which would give me the info about the hardware installed in the Machine like CPU/ machine model, RAM , etc

If any one could poing a valuable pdf or doc which would give me basic AIX commands, that would be great.

Thanks in advance

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Run the command "prtconf".

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sugunakarAuthor Commented:
hi guys,

I could recollect that I could use prtconf to get the same

thank you

sugunakarAuthor Commented:
sorry sjm see i could not see your message

 you are correct!!!

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lscfg -vp gives better oversight of exact hardware composition in your machine
oslevel -r gives AIX version and Maintenace level e.g. 4330-10
basic AIX commands for user do not differ from other UNIX, most likely use POSIX standard as reference.

for admin - install manual pages from documentation cd
then run "smitty" and use F6 to snoop commands that it uses, after that examine manual pages of mentioned commands.
AIX pdf-s are in
sugunakarAuthor Commented:
Dear all,

Sjm poined it out the way i wanted it  to be.

But before he could send me a reply i was able to recollect the prtconf command as I was working with solaris too.

Thanks to all of those who responded.

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