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    1. How to find IP address of Oracle server from oracle client?

    2. How to find the Server model & no of CPUs of that server from oracle client?

    3. Is it possible to find the total storage capacity of that server from oracle client?

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    uhhh don't you think it would be much easier to gain that information by logging onto the Oracle server directly?
    But anyway.

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    2 and 3 you cant, 1 you can get the hostname

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    By being in server,which command do i've to
    use to know answer for the 2nd question?

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    you cant find that out from the database (cpu_count might give you a good guess on the number of CPU's though)

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    "server" is a universal term! There is no single command for all servers !! Please understand how to ask questions!!!
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