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How to tell if the machine is booted into 32 or 64 bit mode.

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I am brand new to the world of AIX. I was wondering if there was a way to determin if the machine is presently booted into 32 bit or 64 bit 'mode'.
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You can run the command "bootinfo -K"  (that is a capital K) which should tell you if you are in 32-bit or 64-bit mode.

Good Luck.
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Thank you.
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