how to find the server config in linux

Dear Experts:

Iam having HP Proliant server running RHEL5 how to find the complete hardware configuration of the server from the terminal using command, iam aware using cat/proc/meminfo and cpuinfo but is there any command where exectuted will give complete hardware information , mem, cpu , etc. Please suggest.

Thanks in advance.
D_wathiAsked:
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pilson66Commented:
try to use "dmidecode" utility.
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collins23Commented:
hwbrowser
lshal
lwh
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collins23Commented:
cat /etc/sysconfig/hwconf

lspci
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farzanjCommented:
Just to list hardware
lshw

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As the expert pilson66 already mentioned, dmidecode is a very strong utility, but it dumps too much information.  If you want to see on type of information at a time you can do the following.

Here is your chart

Keyword     Types
       ------------------------------
       bios        0, 13
       system      1, 12, 15, 23, 32
       baseboard   2, 10, 41
       chassis     3
       processor   4
       memory      5, 6, 16, 17
       cache       7
       connector   8
       slot        9

So if you need BIOS, you can say
dmidecode --type bios

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Or you can also say.
dmidecode --type 0,13

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Downside, some times it does not recognize --type so then you will have to use grep.

If you want bios information you can use
biosdecode

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