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Is there any native command in HP-UX OS that gives the memory utilization of a process?

PrasannaKumari
Contributor

Is there any native command in HP-UX OS that gives the memory utilization of a process?

The native command should be able to give the RSS (Resident Set Size)/ VSS (Virtual Segment Size) values.

Is there any command that provides all these values without having to install the tools like HPJmeter and glance?
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Venkatesh BL
Honored Contributor

Re: Is there any native command in HP-UX OS that gives the memory utilization of a process?

top, ps
Vishu
Trusted Contributor

Re: Is there any native command in HP-UX OS that gives the memory utilization of a process?

top command is best for your purpose.

Jaime Bolanos Rojas.
Honored Contributor

Re: Is there any native command in HP-UX OS that gives the memory utilization of a process?

Hi Prasanna,

"The following command line would show memory regions for all processes, with
shared regions only shown once. Note that it's the Resident Set Size (RSS)
that's actually in memory that is of interested and not the Virtual Set Size
(VSS). Both the RSS and VSS data could be displayed if both -R and -V are
specified. The default is VSS.

# ./procsize -Rfn"

Regards,

Jaime.

PD, if you don´t have procsize you can request it to the Response Center.
Work hard when the need comes out.