Solaris System Info Commmands

prtconf – displays the Solaris device tree

prtdiag – displays a table of diagnostic information that summarizes the status of system components (also use -v to show additional parts)

prtfru – displays a hierarchical list of all FRUs in the system (-c & -l)

psrinfo – displays additional information about the CPUs (-v includes types and speeds)

showrev – displays revision information for the current hardware and software (-p shows patches – same as patchadd -p)

sysdef – display current settings of kernel tunable parameters (defined in /etc/system, applied with reboot)

prctl – displays resource controls of running processes

fuser -c /mountpoint – displays processes (PIDs) with open files in the specified mount point (use without the -c to show non mount points)





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