Check if x86 Solaris based system is 32bit or 64bit

isainfo -v
This is likely only valid on Solaris based systems. Unfortunately a lot of the more universal techniques for determining if a system is 32bit or 64bit on x86 solaris fail to give much more information than "i86pc"
Sample Output
64-bit amd64 applications
        vmx avx xsave pclmulqdq aes sse4.2 sse4.1 ssse3 popcnt tscp cx16 
        sse3 sse2 sse fxsr mmx cmov amd_sysc cx8 tsc fpu 
32-bit i386 applications
        vmx avx xsave pclmulqdq aes sse4.2 sse4.1 ssse3 popcnt tscp ahf 
        cx16 sse3 sse2 sse fxsr mmx cmov sep cx8 tsc fpu 

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2013-01-04 03:07:28

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