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    Where to see processor's speed and RAM memory?


    Hello!
    Where can I see processor speed and RAM memmory in Linux RedHat 7.2 (graphical environment)? Which options do I have to select?
    Thank you!

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    Installing a program like gkrellm would take care of this.
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    i dont know about the graphical interface but
    you can try
    cat /proc/meminfo
    cat /proc/cpuinfo
    from the terminal

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    System monitor under sytem tools provides some info

    or dmesg | grep CPU or mem from command line
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    top or vmstat are very useful as well.

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    hi

    hey..

    I wanted to know how we can get to know the last accessible ram address. Because in x86 Arch..in some RAM , there exist some memory holes, which are used by the BIOS, and kernel does not have the access to that.

    devmem_is_allowed() function could be used to check the valid ram access. I am still fiddling around with the codes for x86.

    The max_pfn does not points to the last physical address.
    If anybody finds it..please share it across.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chandan_raka View Post
    hey..

    I wanted to know how we can get to know the last accessible ram address. Because in x86 Arch..in some RAM , there exist some memory holes, which are used by the BIOS, and kernel does not have the access to that.

    devmem_is_allowed() function could be used to check the valid ram access. I am still fiddling around with the codes for x86.

    The max_pfn does not points to the last physical address.
    If anybody finds it..please share it across.
    Hello chandan_raka and welcome to Linux Forums

    This is a very old thread and you will get better results by starting your own thread detailing your problem
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