am a new Linux user. How do you check how many CPUs are there in Linux system using the command line option?
s there a CPU-Z like a freeware/open source software that detects the central processing unit (CPU) of a modern personal computer in Linux operating system? How can I get detailed information about the CPU(s) gathered from the CPUID instruction, including the exact model of CPU(s) on Linux operating system?
he Intel Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) or New Instructions (AES-NI) engine enables extremely fast hardware encryption and decryption for openssl, ssh, vpn, Linux/Unix/OSX full disk encryption and more. How do I check support for Intel or AMD AES-NI is loaded in my running Linux in my Linux based system including openssl?
How do I find out the number of CPU cores available under HP x86_64 Linux serer running on RHEL / Debian Linux 6.x?
How do I display information from /proc such as memory, Load average, uptime, page activity, context, disk status, interrupts using a shell or perl script?
am a new CentOS Linux 7.x sysadmin and user. How do I find out information about my CPU like the number of cores, sockets, CPU type, make and other features provided by ARM, Intel, and AMD CPUs using the command line options on CentOS Linux 5.x/6.x/7.x?
How do I find out CPU Information such as speed, processor, and cache under Ubuntu Linux operating systems?