[SATLUG] Hardware configuration information

Henry Pugsley henry.pugsley at gmail.com
Wed Sep 24 20:51:54 CDT 2008


This is pretty much what I used for SB hardware inspection .. I think
I had some smartctl stuff too.  There is a lot of information
available through sysfs on moderne systems as well.

-Henry




On 9/24/08, Wayne Walker <wwalker at bybent.com> wrote:
> Bootable CD of some linus, run
>
> dmidecode
> cat /proc/cpuinfo
> cat /proc/partitions
> cat /proc/meminfo
>
> On Wed, Sep 24, 2008 at 10:48:46AM -0500, Jim Parkhurst wrote:
>> I have a challenge to obtain the hardware and software configuration of
>> systems. What I am looking for is a tool/utility to probe and report the
>> hardware - cpu, memory, drives, controllers, etc. A "dump to file" is
>> usable as I can filter the noise (better too much than too little
>> information at data collection!). Something in a bootable CD flavor?
>>
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