Cast not your Perl before swine?
dave at thesmithfam.org
Mon Dec 17 15:01:47 MST 2007
Bryan Sant wrote:
> BTW - is there a handy linux utility to measure the amount of RAM a
> process allocs? Something similar to what "time" does for CPU usage.
I like this: "ps -eo pid,comm,vsz"
It gives you each process ID, name, and the amount of virtual memory
it's using, in KBytes. Beware, though, because Linux can mislead about
how much memory is actually in use.
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