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Processor on Solaris OS
#1
Hello,

For Solaris host, number of cores display on GLPI server just 1 core and 1 thread but if you verify it on putty it was 8cores 16 threads. 
How can I fix this issue?

Thank you in advance  Cool
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#2
Hi,

what is your agent version ?
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#3
(2019-09-18, 11:11:12)gbougard Wrote: Hi,

what is your agent version ?

Im using FusionInventory-Agent_v2.3.18. Does upgrading to 2.5 version can solve my issue?
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#4
Probably not, but you should open an issue on github providiing the outputs of the following commands:
Code:
/usr/sbin/psrinfo -v
/usr/sbin/psrinfo -vp
If you do that during the next weeks, you may have a fix for the next release planned in october.
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#5
(2019-09-19, 07:59:58)gbougard Wrote: Probably not, but you should open an issue on github providiing the outputs of the following commands:
Code:
/usr/sbin/psrinfo -v
/usr/sbin/psrinfo -vp
If you do that during the next weeks, you may have a fix for the next release planned in october.


Hello gbougard,

Quick question, where can I insert this command? This is the one I have been looking for in fusioninventory display?
The output for this is the count of processor.

Code:
kstat cpu_info|grep core_id|sort -u|wc -l


Thank you and regards
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#6
Hi coolburn,

I just published a fix in our github: see commit 600666f8440959c7bd3825de164a6f6900dec78c

In fact, core/threads support was hard-coded and I just needed to update the list for latest Sparc CPUS.

Thank you for your involving,

Best regards
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