Display Linux CPU information

23 September,2011 by Tom Collins

To view CPU information on a Linux Server use command line such as bash.  You’ll see one set of information per processor.  Use information for Performance Tuning series – Performance Stack

View : processor,cpu speed,vendor_id,model,model_name,cache size,fpu,fpu_exception,spuid level,wp,flage,bogoimps,spuflush size, cache_alignment , address sizes

 more /proc/cpuinfo

Linux CPU information 

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