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What command do I run to see how many processors are available in RHEL
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Try this   lscpu | grep 'socket'
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You can check the number of processors in /proc/cpuinfo -
cat /proc/cpuinfo
grep -i processor /proc/cpuinfo

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#dmidecode | grep -i processor
#lscpu
#dmes | grep -i processor
#cat /proc/cpuinfo
#top ... => Then press "1"

TY/SA
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