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Sun T2000 Solaris 10 and memory slot used

Discussion in 'Sun Hardware' started by Yannick ROGER, Feb 6, 2008.

  1. Hi,

    How can I see what memory slots are used on a SunFire T2000 whith Solaris
    10?
    Obvious, I can't open the machine... that is production one!!!

    Regards,


    Yannick
     
    Yannick ROGER, Feb 6, 2008
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  2. Then what good is the information..? : >
    Anyway try prtfru
     
    usenetpersongerryt, Feb 6, 2008
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  3. try $ /usr/platform/`uname -i`/sbin/prtdiag -v
    will atleast show whats intalled.
    /Jörgen
     
    Jorgen Moquist, Feb 6, 2008
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  4. Yannick ROGER

    Jeff Wieland Guest

    The memconf utility from <http://www.4schmidts.com/unix.html> is
    good for this sort of thing, although it does complain about memory
    module sizes on our T1000's:

    $ memconf
    hostname: /* deleted from display */
    Sun Microsystems, Inc. Sun Fire(TM) T1000 (6-core quad-thread UltraSPARC-T1 1000MHz)
    socket MB/CMP0/CH0/R0/D0 has a 240MB DIMM
    socket MB/CMP0/CH0/R0/D1 has a 240MB DIMM
    socket MB/CMP0/CH3/R0/D0 has a 240MB DIMM
    socket MB/CMP0/CH3/R0/D1 has a 240MB DIMM
    socket MB/CMP0/CH0/R1/D0 has a 240MB DIMM
    socket MB/CMP0/CH0/R1/D1 has a 240MB DIMM
    socket MB/CMP0/CH3/R1/D0 has a 240MB DIMM
    socket MB/CMP0/CH3/R1/D1 has a 240MB DIMM
    empty sockets: None
    total memory = 1920MB (1.875GB)
    ERROR: Unsupported 240MB DIMM found (supported MB sizes are: 512 1024 2048 4096)
    ERROR: Smaller than expected DIMM found (found 240MB, smallest expected 512MB)
     
    Jeff Wieland, Feb 11, 2008
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