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Object Name OID Type Access Info
 ibmSystemProcessorTable no-access
The IBMPSG_Processor class represents an IBM managed Memory Array
     ibmSystemProcessorEntry no-access
This class defines an entry for each IBMPSG_Processor instance. Each instance of the IBMPSG_Processor class contains status and descriptive information for each memory bank recognized by the operating system.
         ibmSystemProcessorKeyIndex string read-only
The processor table index number (CPU1, CPU2, etc.)
         ibmSystemProcessorManufacturer string read-only
The manufacturer of the processor
         ibmSystemProcessorFamily uint16 read-only
The processor family type. 1=Other,2=Unknown,3=8086,4=80286,5=80386,6=80486,7=8087,8=80287, 9=80387,10=80487,11=Pentium(R) brand,12=Pentium(R) Pro, 13=Pentium(R) II,14=Pentium(R) processor with MMX(TM) technology, 15=Celeron(TM),16=Pentium(R) II Xeon(TM),17=Pentium(R) III, 18=M1 Family,19=M2 Family,24=K5 Family,25=K6 Family,26=K6-2,27=K6-3, 28=AMD Athlon(TM) Processor Family,29=AMD(R) Duron(TM) Processor, 30=AMD29000 Family,31=K6-2+,32=Power PC Family,33=Power PC 601, 34=Power PC 603,35=Power PC 603+,36=Power PC 604,37=Power PC 620, 38=Power PC X704,39=Power PC 750,48=Alpha Family,49=Alpha 21064, 50=Alpha 21066,51=Alpha 21164,52=Alpha 21164PC,53=Alpha 21164a, 54=Alpha 21264,55=Alpha 21364,64=MIPS Family,65=MIPS R4000, 66=MIPS R4200,67=MIPS R4400,68=MIPS R4600,69=MIPS R10000, 80=SPARC Family,81=SuperSPARC,82=microSPARC II,83=microSPARC IIep, 84=UltraSPARC,85=UltraSPARC II,86=UltraSPARC IIi,87=UltraSPARC III, 88=UltraSPARC IIIi,96=68040,97=68xxx Family,98=68000,99=68010, 100=68020,101=68030,112=Hobbit Family,120=Crusoe(TM) TM5000 Family, 121=Crusoe(TM) TM3000 Family,122=Efficeon(TM) TM8000 Family, 128=Weitek,130=Itanium(TM) Processor, 131=AMD Athlon(TM) 64 Processor Family, 132=AMD Opteron(TM) Processor Family,144=PA-RISC Family, 145=PA-RISC 8500,146=PA-RISC 8000,147=PA-RISC 7300LC,148=PA-RISC 7200, 149=PA-RISC 7100LC,150=PA-RISC 7100,160=V30 Family, 176=Pentium(R) III Xeon(TM), 177=Pentium(R) III Processor with Intel(R) SpeedStep(TM) Technology, 178=Pentium(R) 4,179=Intel(R) Xeon(TM),180=AS400 Family, 181=Intel(R) Xeon(TM) processor MP,182=AMD Athlon(TM) XP Family, 183=AMD Athlon(TM) MP Family,184=Intel(R) Itanium(R) 2, 185=Intel(R) Pentium(R) M processor,190=K7,= ,S/390 and zSeries Family, 200=ESA/390 G4,201=ESA/390 G5, 202=ESA/390 G6,203=z/Architectur base,204=i860,250=i960,251=SH-3, 260=SH-4,261=ARM,280=StrongARM,281=6x86,300=MediaGX,301=MII, 302=WinChip,320=DSP,350=Video Processor
         ibmSystemProcessorStepping string read-only
Stepping is a free-form string indicating the revision level of the Processor within the Processor Family.
         ibmSystemProcessorDescription string read-only
General description of the object
         ibmSystemProcessorCurrentClockSpeed uint32 read-only
The current speed (in MHz) of this Processor.
         ibmSystemProcessorMaxClockSpeed uint32 read-only
The maximum speed (in MHz) of this Processor.
         ibmSystemProcessorAddressWidth uint16 read-only
Processor address width in bits.
         ibmSystemProcessorDataWidth uint16 read-only
Processor data width in bits.
         ibmSystemProcessorPowerManagementSupported boolean read-only
Does the processor have power management capabilities?
         ibmSystemProcessorUpgradeMethod uint16 read-only
CPU socket information including data on how this Processor can be upgraded (if upgrades are supported). 1=Other,2=Unknown,3=Daughter Board,4=ZIF Socket, 5=Replacement/Piggy Back,6=None,7=LIF Socket,8=Slot 1,9=Slot 2, 10=370 Pin Socket,11=Slot A,12=Slot M,13=Socket 423, 14=Socket A (Socket 462),15=Socket 478,16=Socket 754, 17=Socket 940,18=Socket 939
         ibmSystemProcessorDeviceID string read-only
General processor identifier based on the number of processors in the system (CPU1, CPU2, etc.)
         ibmSystemProcessorUniqueID string read-only
A globally unique identifier for the Processor. This identifier may only be unique within a Processor Family.
         ibmSystemProcessorCPUStatus uint16 read-only
The CPUStatus property indicates the current status of the Processor. For example, it may be disabled by the user via BIOS (value=2), or disabled due to a POST error (value=3). Information in this property can be obtained from SMBIOS, the Type 4 structure, the Status attribute.
         ibmSystemProcessorStatus string read-only
The current Status of the CPU.