1.what is Kernel parameters?
2.how many cpu have use in your machine?
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Answer / ravi
The sysctl command is used to view the kernel parameters
To know how many cpus are being used, use the top command.
This gives the percentage cpu utilization and if the linux
box has more than 1 cpu, then follow top with the numaral 1.
uptime gives the load on the system.
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Answer / basha phatan
Kernal parameters are nothing but all the parameters in
/etc/system hear we can edit according to our requrement.
to check the how many cpus in the machine jus type this
to check the cpu speec #psrinfo -v
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