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How can we find RAM size in solaris server ?

Asked by: Interview Candidate | Asked on: Mar 20th, 2006
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praveen

Answered On : Mar 22nd, 2006

Use this command

# psrinfo | grep memconf

  
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praveen

Answered On : Mar 22nd, 2006

use this command

#psrinfo | grep memconf

  
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rathi praba

Answered On : Apr 18th, 2006

prtconf | grep -i mem
 

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Sampath Kumar

Answered On : Apr 18th, 2006

In Solaris 10 you can find the RAM Size using sdtws info command. This command gives complete Workstation Configuration Information in a pop up window.

  
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mab494

Answered On : Apr 18th, 2006

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prtdiag | grep -i mem

  
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sasi

Answered On : Jul 25th, 2006

psrinfo|grep Mem

  
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prtconf -v  is used to display Ram memory size

  
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jayakanth k

Answered On : Jul 8th, 2007

#prtconf |grep Mem

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jayakanth k

Answered On : Nov 7th, 2007

Memconf

  
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prtdiag -v will give full hardware information including physical memory.

  
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bashaphatan

Answered On : Jul 8th, 2008

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prtconf | grep Memory

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prtdiag or top can give memory details.
vmstat will also give memory details including swap.

  
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Abdul Shameer

Answered On : Jun 24th, 2011

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Code
  1. prtconf | grep Mem

  
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Chandan kumar gupta

Answered On : Jul 14th, 2011

Code
  1. # prtconf | grep Mem

  
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sri

Answered On : Jul 21st, 2011

Code
  1. prtconf |grep -i mem

  
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mastanrao

Answered On : Aug 1st, 2011

Code
  1. prtconf | grep "Mem"

  
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rajasekhar

Answered On : Sep 17th, 2011

Code
  1. prtconf -pvv |grep mem,
  2. prtconf -pvv |grep -i mem

  
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Rajendra Jadhav

Answered On : Jun 7th, 2012

Code
  1. /usr/platform/sun4u/sbin/prtdiag -v

  
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Nimit

Answered On : Mar 22nd, 2013

You can also use given command:

prtconf | head -3 | grep Mem

  
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Rajanayagam

Answered On : Aug 23rd, 2013

prtdiag -v | grep -i Mem

  
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