Identify sizes of memory modules installed on a Solaris, Linux, FreeBSD or HP-UX workstation or server.
memconf reports the size of each SIMM/DIMM memory module installed in a system. It also reports the system type and any empty memory sockets. In verbose mode, it also reports the following information if available:
- banner name, model and CPU/system frequencies
- address range and bank numbers for each module
- Works on most Solaris, Linux, FreeBSD and HP-UX systems.
- Works on Solaris and Linux Virtual Machines
- Displays CPU information as well as memory information
- Support Solaris LDOMs
- Updated regularly to add support for new SPARC and X86 systems
Does exactly what it claims to do, and the author is very responsive to requests to add new hardware types.
I am using memconf since version V1.44. It replaces our C version (called memconf to). Just tested V3.05 12-Feb-2015 wich fixed a minor issue. Great tool to see if you can upgrade your memory.
I've used memconf for a number of years now and it's been exceptional useful for figuring out the memory configuration on many of our servers. Saving a lot of time and hassle, Thanks for all the hard work.