I know that you can see how many processors a linux machine has by running the command "less /proc/cpuinfo | grep processor".
Is there anyway to see how many processors a machine had at some point in the past? E.g. an archived cpuinfo file or anything like that?
The machine in question is running Red Hat Enterprise Server 3.0 BTW.
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