since i posted my first summary, i've got several other answers
to my question:
>I have an E450 with 2 GB Memory.
>Is there a possibility to "see" which/how many memory-bank has
>physically plugged in memory and how many slots are still free -
>aside from shutting down and opening the E450?
All these mentioned or send me a tool "memconf" and claimed it to be
very useful and even better than
> /usr/platform/sun4u/sbin/prtdiag -v
You may want to try it yourself. It can be found on the web:
Lots of thank again!
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