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Operating Systems AIX NMON 12a Size of proc in 4k pages? Post 302350913 by shockneck on Sunday 6th of September 2009 11:03:01 AM
Old 09-06-2009
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Originally Posted by Malapha
[...] running NMON 12a under AIX. [...]

I've found nothing in the documentation so I'd like to ask here if anyone knows whether the size of a Proc that NMON reports is in 4k Pages.[...]
Better ask this particular nmon question here:
developerWorks : AIX and UNIX : Performance Tools Forum
because the nmon developer responds there. You might get the answer right from the horses mouth. Smilie
 
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