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khilari
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processors

Hi guys, i wanted to know what kind of processors are used in a rp server and what about in rx servers??
Thanks
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Torsten.
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Re: processors

In rp servers are PA-RISC chips, nowadays PA-8800 or PA-8900 (both are dual core).

In Integrity servers are Itanium2 chips, current versions are Montecito (9000 family) or Montevale (9100 family), run

/usr/contrib/bin/machinfo

for details on 11.23 or later.

More:

http://www.hp.com/go/server

Hope this helps!
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F Verschuren
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Re: processors

rp are pa risk rx are itanium for the speet you can use pcpu ore write a litle c script.


ore
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Torsten.
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Re: processors

Example for PA-RISC:

#machinfo -v
CPU info:
1 PA-RISC 8800 processor (800 MHz, 32 MB)
CPU version 4
2 logical processors (2 per socket)

...

Example for Itanium Montecito:

$ /usr/contrib/bin/machinfo
CPU info:
1 Intel(R) Itanium 2 9000 series processor (1.59 GHz, 18 MB)
532 MT/s bus, CPU version C2
2 logical processors (2 per socket)
...

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