Topics: AIX, System Admin

Bootinfo

To find out if your machine has a 64 or 32 bit architecture:

# bootinfo -y
To find out which kernel the system is running:
# bootinfo -K
You can also check the link /unix:
# ls -ald /unix
unix_mp: 32 bits, unix_64: 64 bits

To find out from which disk your system last booted:
# bootinfo -b
To find out the size of real memory:
# bootinfo -r
To display the hardware platform type:
# bootinfo -T




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