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How can I find HP-UX 11i server specs.

Omar
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The question is: "How can I find HP-UX 11i server specs."
How else do I have to indicate where to find information but indicating a link?
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@Omar - Do you want information about a server you have that is running HP-UX 11i  or do you want generic information about HP servers? If it's about a server you have, can you share some details? If it's about getting generic information, you can find that at the manufacturer (or vendor) site. Any specifics you want to know?
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by:Fuad Bazarah
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I'd like to know about the hp-ux command that will generate server's specs.So it's about the server itself.
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Try:

model
uname -a
hwinfo
/opt/ignite/bin/print_manifest
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