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Old Unix and Linux 09-18-2008   -   Original Discussion by hariza
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' ps v PPID' command and real memory

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Just wondering whether if I execute the ps v 1818740 and I get the below ouput what column should I use If I need to calculate how much real memory (private) is use by those process. Thanks.

1818740 - A 0:00 60 1976 1064 xx 39 112 0.0 0.0 db2sysc

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Old Unix and Linux 09-26-2008   -   Original Discussion by hariza
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The RSS column is probably what you want. It's how much memory the program is using "in core". The SIZE column might also be what you want -- it's the amount of memory used by the process, including code, stack, heap, etc., whether or not it's in swap or in core.
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