Thanks for everybody who responded. There were many solutions:
1) Run various scripts
3) devinfo -pv
Many people suggested "prsinfo" or "prtconf", however, the SS20 was
running SunOS, not Solaris. Also, the scripts did not produce accurate
value, so I ended up using solution 3 which worked very well.
Thanks to Michael Sullivan for the solution below:
On Fri, 19 Apr 1996, Michael Sullivan wrote:
> /usr/etc/devinfo -pv
> Scan through the output for the node whose device_type is 'cpu'.
> That node should also have a clock-frequency value, which is in Hertz.
> The value is printed in hexadecimal, but you can easily convert it
> to decimal with adb. For instance, if the devinfo -pv output looks like:
> Node 0xffd490e0
> clock-frequency: 02faf080
> name: 'TI,TMS390Z55'
> device_type: 'cpu'
> Convert the frequency to decimal with the command:
> $ echo 02faf080=D | adb
> So this CPU runs at 50 MHz
> The name tells you that it is a SuperSPARC with SuperCache
> (it would end in 0 instead of 5 if it lacked the SuperCache).
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