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Linux get used and unused RAM slots details with dmidecode

Following is the command (We have to run dmidecode command with sudo/root permission): $ dmidecode -t 17 | grep “Size:” Output: Size: No Module Installed Size: No Module Installed Size: No Module Installed Size: No Module Installed Size: No Module Installed Size: No Module Installed Size: 2048 MB Size: 2048 MB Size: No Module Installed  Full Article…

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demidecode

# dmidecode can see the server chasing information such as server tag, server model, product model and more… # dmidecode -t -17 | grep Size to can view the RAM size that been installed and the slot not yet installed RAM. To check the maximum RAM capacity can installed.. # dmidecode -t 16 Therefore, ignore  Full Article…

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A quick way to check memory slots on a Linux box

dmidecode -t 16 Maximum Capacity shows us the maximum amount of memory can be installed in the machine. Number of devices tells us how many slots there are on the motherboard – in this case, 8. Now we can interrogotate DMI type 17 – ‘Memory Device’ to show us details of installed memory midecode -t  Full Article…

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lshw -C memory

“lshw -businfo” gives me the board manufacturer and product (ASUS P4G8X) and that board has 4 slots. It can use different RAM speeds (PC2100, PC1600) but the speed actually used in my machine is not told by lshw…     dmidecode -t memory

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Linux get used and unused RAM slots details with dmidecode

$ dmidecode -t 17 | grep “Size:” Output: Size: No Module Installed Size: No Module Installed Size: No Module Installed Size: No Module Installed Size: No Module Installed Size: No Module Installed Size: 2048 MB Size: 2048 MB Size: No Module Installed Size: No Module Installed Size: No Module Installed Size: No Module Installed Size:  Full Article…

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Report the used RAM slots in a Linux machine

lshw (http://ezix.org/project/wiki/HardwareLiSter) is a terminal program that shows plenty of information about your computer system, including specifics of the memory. This is the sort of information it gives. *-memory description: System Memory physical id: 40 slot: System board or motherboard size: 4GB *-bank:0 description: DIMM SDRAM Synchronous 800 MHz (1.2 ns) product: PartNum0 vendor: Manufacturer0  Full Article…

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