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I am using OpenSolaris 2009.06, I would like to know How can I check the speed of my RAM in MHz, type of RAM like whether it is DDR2 or SDRAM. Kindly let me know if there is the command available for it. Thanks!
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check this command . It should display all the information about RAM
prtdiag -v
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Few other command which may fancy you to find how memory works
prtdiag

prtdiag -x

prtdiag -v

kstat -p

/usr/sbin/prtconfg -D

/usr/sbin/prtconfg -V




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Thank you :-)
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