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Linux ES 4 IBM: How can I stat my processors to make sure they are functioning

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Is there a Linux ES 4 NATIVE tool (I can't do any installs) to see that all the processors in the box are being seen, functioning, and get statistical info on them?

When I do top, it SEEMS like it is only seeing one of the two.

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cat /proc/cpuinfo
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So the "cat /proc/cpu" command tells me I have 8 processors (0-8) which I KNOW is not correct (the machine can only hold 4.)  Is this saying I have 4 processors with dual core?

Unfortunately, the mpstat command appears not to be installed...and, as I mentinoed, I can't install any new software (for the moment.)

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yes, it sure looks like 4 dual core.
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