psrinfo - displays information about processors


     psrinfo [-p] [-v] [processor_id...]

     psrinfo [-p] -s processor_id


     psrinfo displays information about processors. Each physical
     processor may support multiple virtual processors. Each vir-
     tual processor is an entity with its own interrupt ID, capa-
     ble of executing independent threads.

     Without the processor_id operand, psrinfo displays one  line
     for  each configured processor, displaying whether it is on-
     line, non-interruptible (designated by  no-intr),  off-line,
     or  powered  off, and when that status last changed. Use the
     processor_id operand to display information about a specific
     processor. See OPERANDS.


     The following options are supported:

     -s processor_id
           Silent mode. Displays 1 if the specified processor  is
           fully  on-line,  and  0  if the specified processor is
           non-interruptible, off-line, or powered off.

           Use silent mode when using psrinfo in shell scripts.

     -p    Display the number of physical processors in a system.

           When combined with the -v option,  reports  additional
           information about each physical processor.

     -v    Verbose mode. Displays  additional  information  about
           the  specified  processors, including: processor type,
           floating point unit type and clock speed.  If  any  of
           this   information   cannot   be  determined,  psrinfo
           displays unknown.

           When combined with the -p option,  reports  additional
           information about each physical processor.


     The following operands are supported:

           The processor ID of the processor about which informa-
           tion is to be displayed.

           Specify processor_id as an individual processor number
           (for example, 3), multiple processor numbers separated
           by spaces (for example, 1 2 3), or a range of  proces-
           sor numbers (for example, 1-4). It is also possible to
           combine   ranges   and   (individual   or    multiple)
           processor_ids (for example, 1-3 5 7-8 9).


     Example 1: Displaying Information About All Configured  Pro-
     cessors in Verbose Mode

     The following example displays information about all config-
     ured processors in verbose mode.

     psrinfo -v

     Example 2: Determining If a Processor is On-line

     The following example uses psrinfo  in  a  shell  script  to
     determine if a processor is on-line.

     if [ "`psrinfo -s 3 2> /dev/null`" -eq 1 ]
          echo "processor 3 is up"

     Example 3: Displaying Information About the Physical Proces-
     sors in the System

     With no additional arguments, the -p option displays a  sin-
     gle  integer:  the number of physical processors in the sys-

     > psrinfo -p

     psrinfo also accepts command line arguments (processor IDs):

     > psrinfo -p 0 512   # IDs 0 and 512 exist on the
     1                    # same physical processor

     > psrinfo -p 0 1     # IDs 0 and 1 exist on different
     2                    # physical processors

     In this example, virtual processors 0 and 512 exist  on  the
     same  phyical  processor. Virtual processors 0 and 1 do not.
     This is specific to this example and is and  not  a  general


     The following exit values are returned:

     0     Successful completion.

     >0    An error occurred.


     See attributes(5) for descriptions of the  following  attri-

    |       ATTRIBUTE TYPE        |       ATTRIBUTE VALUE       |
    | Availability                | SUNWcsu                     |


     psradm(1M), p_online(2), processor_info(2), attributes(5)


     psrinfo: processor 9: Invalid argument
           The specified processor does not exist.

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