How to get memory usage for process?
gemini at geminix.org
Fri Apr 9 00:59:04 PDT 2004
Artem Koutchine wrote:
> I need to figure out how much memory process really takes.
> For example, i am running 100 perl scripts, they are all the
> same source and i guess some memory is shared among them
> (mostly perl interperter i guess). So, i need to know how much
> memory is shared and how much memory is used for each new
> running script (including buffers, e.t.c.). What command shoud
> do the trick and with what options?
In case you have the PROCFS mounted (usually under /proc) you can get a
detailed listing of the memory map of a process, together with the
relevant flags for the various memory segments that indicate memory
sharing etc. Try this:
'<pid>' is of course to be replaced by the PID of the process you want
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