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    9i - AIX 5.1L processor requirements

    The 9.2.0.1 Aix 5L installation manual says


    Kernel and Processor Requirements
    Both 32-bit and 64-bit kernels are supported, but only 64-bit processors are supported for this release. No kernel extensions are required for this release.
    Anyone know how to find out if my processors are 64-bit? An "lsdev -cc processor" doesn't show anything useful.

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    WTF? Who's the loony moving this to obfuscation? This is integral to 9i installation.
    Last edited by Axr2; 06-09-2004 at 04:04 PM.

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    #bootinfo -y
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    OCP DBA 8, 8i, 9i, 10g

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    Thanks a lot. A 'man bootinfo' doesn't indicate the y flag though..

    Looks like I'm on 64. So should be set.

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    May also want to check:

    lslpp -l bos.64bit

    Someone told me once that you need to make sure both the bootinfo was set and that the bos.64 was installed... not exactly sure why anymore.

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    Originally posted by Axr2
    WTF? Who's the loony moving this to obfuscation? This is integral to 9i installation.
    All unix command help gets moved to Obfuscation Unlimited.
    Jeff Hunter

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    $ prtconf | grep CPU

    will display the needed info

    $ lsdev -Cc processor

    command will show either a processor is available or not.

    Tamil

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    tamilselvan are you tamil_gc in another forum!!

    both are from atlanta,GA.Wonder you both are same.

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