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These questions are about Linux in general -- NOT specific to a particular distribution. If the question just happens to be in a Linux environment, please specify your Linux distribution in the body of your question, but do NOT use the /linux tag.

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If you're trying to grab how much space was consumed on installation, a combination of yum whatprovides and yum info should set you right. yum whatprovides sed sed-4.2.2-5.el7.x86_64 : A GNU stream t …
answered Jun 14 '17 by Kristopher Kahn
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Sorry - posting a new answer. Best method I can think of if you have physical access to the host, would be to plug one device in, scan and see what device name is assigned to it, then plug in the next …
answered May 18 '18 by Kristopher Kahn
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I can't install lscpu on this host, or I would have just done that. Working on RHEL 5 here. I pulled info from /proc/cpuinfo: grep -i "physical id" /proc/cpuinfo | sort -u | wc -l 2 Returns 2 phys …
asked Jan 31 by Kristopher Kahn
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When I ran this myself, it ended up creating a folder called * in my destination folder, and also got rid of the source files I was grabbing from. After a few more tests the expected behavior of '* is …
answered May 22 '18 by Kristopher Kahn