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How to find virtual memory size and cache size of a linux system?

I have Linux debian version2.6.18 which does not have lshw/dmidecode command, dmesg does not give external clock info. is there any other command?

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marked as duplicate by nagul, BinaryMisfit Sep 30 '09 at 15:59

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All of the information that the OS gets by default is in /proc/cpuinfo, but I doubt you'll find the FSB. You'd be better off rebooting and looking in BIOS. The OS pretty much doesn't care about FSB speeds.

cat /proc/cpuinfo
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Most computers will display your front side bus (fsb) speed during boot up

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