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Linux Command

I have redhat linux server. I would like to know the hardware configuration of the server.
What is the command i should give so that it will give the hardware details of my server.
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SrikantRajeev
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SrikantRajeev
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Avi000Commented:
lshw prints all the details, though it may not be installed.
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james2432Commented:
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lomareeCommented:
Hi, basically there are many different command for different results.


# Find CPU specifications
cat /proc/cpuinfo

# Find running kernel version
uname -r

# What compiler version do I have installed
gcc -v
gcc --version

# What is the running kernel and compiler installed
cat /proc/version

# Find X server version
X -showconfig

# What pci cards are installed and what irq/port is used
cat /proc/pci

# What kernel modules are loaded
lsmod

# Memory and swap information
cat /proc/meminfo
free
An article: Tips for Optimizing Linux Memory

# How are the hard drives partitioned
fdisk -l

# How much free/used drive space
df -h

# Show disk usage by current directory and all subdirectories
du | less

# What takes up so much space on your box
# Run from the directory in question and the largest chunk shows up last
find $1 -type d | xargs du -sm | sort -g

# What is the distribution
cat /etc/.product
cat /etc/.issue
cat /etc/issue
cat /etc/issue.net
sysinfo

# For finding or locating files
find
locate
which
whereis

# Use dmesg to view the kernel ring buffer (error messages)
dmesg | less

# Watch error messages as they happen (sysklog needed)
as root, tail -f /var/log/messages (shows last 10 lines, use a number in front of f for more lines)

# What processes are running
ps -A

# Find a process by name
ps -ef | grep -i <plain text>
For example, XCDroast
ps -ef xcdroast

# See current environment list, or pipe to file
env | more
env > environmentvariablelist.txt

# Show current userid and assigned groups
id

# See all command aliases for the current user
alias

# See rpms installed on current system
rpmquery --all | less
rpmquery --all > <filename>
rpmquery --all | grep -i <plaintext>

Autospec for tarballs
RPM tools

# What directory am I using
pwd

# Get ls colors in less
ls --color=always | less -R

HTH
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SrikantRajeevAuthor Commented:
I am getting the below error

bash: lshw: command not found
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aamodtCommented:
lshw  ? or just install another hardware tool with your package manager.

Regards Aamodt
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james2432Commented:
that means that lshw is not installed on your computer
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michofreihaCommented:
try this

lspci -vv
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SrikantRajeevAuthor Commented:
Thanks
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