cpuinfo and top on Solaris

Posted on November 13, 2008. Filed under: Open Solaris |

There are some differences between Linux and Solaris commands. I’ll try to give a brief overview here of the differences, starting with two commands I encountered yesterday.

Linux Solaris
cat /proc/cpuinfo psrinfo -v -p
top prstat

When I find more, I’ll put them up here. Suggestions welcome ofcourse!


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Linux its troubleshooting command strace is called truss on Solaris.

Cool quote from the truss man page:
This is for unredeemed hackers who must see the raw bits to be happy.

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