Re: detect ramtype
you can use lshw command.
In my case this is the part of memory output
description: System Memory
physical id: 25
slot: System board or motherboard
description: DIMM DRAM Synchronous
physical id: 0
slot: DIMM 1
width: 64 bits
description: DIMM DRAM Synchronous [empty]
physical id: 1
slot: DIMM 2
2009/7/31 michal krajcirovic <email@example.com>
Hi, I need to determine the type of RAM in the server, I could add more. Is it a program that know what memory is currently in the server, without it I had to disassemble? Dmidecode command output, although the size of RAM, etc., but find out what it's slot, etc.
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