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I want to know what type of my memory channel in Linux, Single or Dual or etc..

1.I try find it by check /proc filesystem, but didn't success. And then
2.I use `dmidecode` to get system informations, and check, also didn't find.

How can I get it? Thanks!

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Search the dmidecode output for Interleaved Data Depth. Dual-channel memory has an interleaved depth of 2.

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What if I don't have the `Interleaved Data Depth" line at all there? – Dzmitry Lazerka Apr 19 '15 at 23:41
And what if I have "Interleaved Data Depth: Unknown"? – Jay Jun 21 at 23:58

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