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Finding RAM size details in Linux for a System admin is very easy task. We can use free command to check how much RAM is present in our system. But when you want to find how many RAM/Memory sa lots are present in your system is bit tricky one. So now you need to install and lookup a command to find out such basic information as the memory type when Linux used to tell you in dmesg and the BSD’s still do. I guess ‘modern’ Linux get’s more like windows every day. Dmidecode can be used to query the motherboards DMI zone about RAM, Ram Slot(s) and Memory Controller: dmidecode -t memory is equivalent to running the 4 commands below (i.e dmidecode -t 5 -t 6 -t 16 -t 17 ). Linux check ram speed and type commands The procedure is as follows: Open the terminal application or log in using ssh command. Type the “ sudo dmidecode -type 17 ” command. There were risers in the 80s that could expand one slot into 2 or 4 slots, but there's no reason for this with modern PCs since 2gb (and even 4gb) dimms are available.
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How to identify the installed Memory / RAM.
Many people simply use free, which is available on every Debian system, to list the quantity of RAM installed (detected). Gnome users can install and use the hardinfo. KDE user can use kinfocenter.
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free is the Unix command to know about free/used/available memory on your system:
under Gnome: hardinfo
Gnomes's System Information (Hardinfo in Menu Applications/System Tools, from package:hardinfo) has an information page on the RAM installed.
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under KDE: KInfocenter
KDE's KInfoCenter (in K Menu / System / KInfoCenter Info Center, from package:kcontrol) has an information page on the RAM installed.
dmidecode can be used to query the motherboards DMI zone about RAM, Ram Slot(s) and Memory Controller:
dmidecode -t memory is equivalent to running the 4 commands below (i.e dmidecode -t 5 -t 6 -t 16 -t 17)
Memory Controller Information
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You can also check information about RAM (like speed, type, etc) using lshw (from package lshw).
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