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AIX command to view system info

AIX command to view system info

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Good afternoon,  Is there a command to view the operating system information on an AIX server. I cant see the license expirations or any other system info.

RE: AIX command to view system info

try lsconf
lscfg -vp

RE: AIX command to view system info

lslicense or one of its relatives (man -k license) might help you.

If you're talking about AIX, I'm pretty sure IBM dropped login licensinng a few years ago. Long enough ago that I'd forgotten about ever having to track AIX licenses.

- Rod

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Wish you could view posts with a fixed font? Got Firefox & Greasemonkey? Give yourself the option.
 

RE: AIX command to view system info

prtconf

Also do a google for cfg2html, it's only available from a yahoo group so you'll have to sign up (But it's free).

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