Check server configuration?

Gmeister4

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What is the best way to check server configurations? I get a new VPS and i want to check all configurations on my VPS. Should this step be done after I installed a control panel? I am looking for a guide on this and thanks in advance.
 

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You can check the server configuration after installation. It's not compulsory but recommended.

Here are the commands for you to check the server configuration -

1. To check RAM and RAM speed - dmidecode --type 17

2. To see motherboard, cpu, vendor, serial-numbers, RAM, disks, and other information directly from the system BIOS - dmidecode | less

3. To check CPU/Hardware information - less /proc/cpuinfo or lscpu

4. To display the Linux kernel version - cat /proc/version

5. To display information about the Linux distribution and version - cat /etc/*release*

6. Check the HDD information - df -h or fdisk -l | grep '^Disk /dev/'
 
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