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Hey everyone. Ok, so I know that from inside of any particular program, it see's through virtualized memory, a full range of available memory. It is given the ability then to place variables, data, user input etc, on the Stack, Heap, BSS, or Code segment of it's range. My question is what does the... (5 Replies)
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2. Red Hat
I've got RHEL5 running in CLI mode on a powerful workstation. It was a Pentium Pro 200 Mhz, but was upgraded to the new Pentium II Overdrive 333 Mhz chip. This machine has 128 MB of RAM. The video card is an ATI Radeon 9250.
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I am working on a server where the 'root' user ZFS filesystem.
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Hello, I noticed very high system memory utilization on my new 11.31 Itanium systems. System memory is more than 11GB on 32 GB system. Comparing this to 11.23 it's more than double ... How do I find out what is using it? Is there a way to reduce it?
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It is a little bit weird to me when i found this on a solaris 9 system with openssh package. Below is the result copied from "top" output:
PID USERNAME LWP PRI NICE SIZE RES STATE TIME CPU COMMAND
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When I write the daemon programs it is consuming high memory and processor time. How can I avoid this?
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Can any one explain how the system daemons are handling the memory consumption and processor time.
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im working on sunos machine that dont have the top installed and can't be
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In the sco unix ,how can i get the system information ?
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Can you please tell me how to find out System Memory (RAM) for a AIX unix server?
The command prtconf will do for Solaris but I don't know for AIX Unix. (1 Reply)
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