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Find the amount of RAM from dmidecode

$ sudo dmidecode | grep  -A5 'Memory Device' | grep Size:.*MB
Size: 16384 MB
Size: 16384 MB

How to find the number of processors from dmidecode output?

If you have access to the system, you would probably use lscpu, nproc or /proc/cpuinfo. How do you find the number of available CPUs in a Linux server from dmidecode output if that is all you have? 29 more words


The magic of dmidecode

If you wanna get information about your hardware, the easiest way is using the magic command dmidecode as following.

$ sudo dmidecode -t {option}

Here is all the options that you can use, my preferred is -t1, choose the ones that fit your needs and carry on. 94 more words


Hardware and System Information from Command Line Part 3 dmidecode

Dmidecode reports information about your system’s hardware as described in your system BIOS according to theSMBIOS/DMI standard (see a sample output). This information typically includes system manufacturer, model name, serial number, BIOS version, asset tag as well as a lot of other details of varying level of interest and reliability depending on the manufacturer. 502 more words