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How to find CPU info from the Linux command line


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If you need to get CPU information from the command line, this is how you can do it on a Security Analytics Appliance.


A command-line utility “lscpu” in Linux is used to get CPU information of the system. The “lscpu” command fetches the CPU architecture information from the “sysfs” and /proc/cpuinfo files and displays it in a terminal.

  1. Login to SA command line via root credentials.
  2. Enter command:  lscpu

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