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processors on an AIX IBM

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is there a command to list the number of processors installed on an AIX IBM system?
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Run

prtconf | more

and look for "Number Of Processors:" in the very first paragraph.

Get really detailed info with

lscfg -vpl sysplanar0 | grep -p PROC

If you are on a virtual LPAR you can run

lparstat -i

You will see the number of "Virtual" and "Physical" CPUs.
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