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get physical and virtual memory

What command can i use to get the physical and virtual memory of a database?
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Can you give us a little more information: database and OS?
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we are running an HP-UX Unix Server...
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As Jim has asked, please let us know which database you're using too.

Cheers
ZB
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Sorry, we are running an Oracle Database in a UNIX Server. Thanks for the help.
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Hi tads98,

Issue the command "top" and you can see there the Physical and the virtual memory.
e.g:
Code:
Memory: 217020K (175408K) real, 562684K (507512K) virtual, 1010356K free  Page# 1/11

The pysical memory in our example is "real" :
Total - 217020K
Free - 175408K

The virtual memory is "virtual" :
Total - 562684K
Free - 507512K

Regards,
Nir
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Oracle also creates a slew of processes on the box where the user processes reside -
in any case also try glance.
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