procinfo – Shows System Statistics from /proc Filesystem

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5 Responses

  1. niraj says:

    Not found the procinfo in yum and also not found the rpm for the centos 7 !!!

    • Aaron Kili says:


      Oh, yeah, procinfo is not available in CentOS 7, we will find out how to install it and let you know soon.

    • haifeng says:

      Download the procinfo source files and compile from source using following commands.

      # wget 
      # make
  2. Fox says:

    Thanks for the advice! I didn’t know about such a convenient tool. This one goes straight to my daily utilities.

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