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Operating Systems Solaris formula to get the swap space on a machine
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Old 03-03-2008
formula to get the swap space on a machine

Hello

there are different opinions on how to get the swap space on Solaris.

some say: swap -s and the space= used + available

others say swap -l (donno how they get the swap size)
other say 'top' command
others say using format command (in print sub-command)

Could you please advise on how to get the swap size on a solaris machine?
thanks
# 2  
Old 03-03-2008
Hi,

According to u that is swap -s

exactly to see the swap size of the virtual meomry

thanx
sastrySmilie

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