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How to find the following CPU details from Solaris 10

max. number of CPU
installed CPU
Number of cores per CPU
Total Cores
Factor -
Numbe rof CPU licensed
Minimum Licensing
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by:bt74
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Hi

I can get the some of the informatiion as follows.  Still some information i couldn;t get.

max. number of CPU - ?
 installed CPU - psrinfo -p
 Number of cores per CPU - total cores/installed CPU
 Total Cores - kstat cpu_info|grep core_id|sort -u|wc -l
 Factor -  ?
Numbe rof CPU licensed - ?
 Minimum Licensing - ?
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by:Pepe2323
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Hi

Try this

/usr/platform/sun4u/sbin/prtdiag -v

will show you the info about the cpu, RAM and more info
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psrinfo -v also
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