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Can anyone help me when linux is installed and want to make base line of system?
You have installed a new Linux system and you want to make a baseline of system performance. Which  files contain baseline information?

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When you install linux and want to make baseline of system performance then,  two file contain baseline information are :

/meminfo

/cpuinfo
 
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