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JVM Memory used on AIX


i need just a Unix command line (AIX 6) that gives me the memory/CPU used by a WebSphere JVM from it's PID such as ps -ef | grep 'jvm name'.

I know jstat -gc PID but it didn't work
Could you help me please


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Old 01-15-2014
ps v <PID>

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