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Below is Physical Memory result :
-bash-3.00$ prtconf | grep "Memory size"
Memory size: 36854 Megabytes
-bash-3.00$ vmstat 1 2 | tail -1
0 0 0 28220616 1318888 15 143 0 0 0 0 0 253 2 15 0 5215 14989 5917 7 0 93
and the script i have to calculate this in Percentage is :
#!/bin/sh... (3 Replies)
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2. Available Physical Memory(i.e. RAM Usage)
3. Total (Logical) Memory in the system
4. Available (Logical) Memory.
I know... (4 Replies)
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vmstat -P commands gives me an output as shown at the end of this message.
my first question is about the difference between "total physical memory" and "total physical memory use"
"Total Physical Memory" -"Total Physical Memory Use"
524288 pages-524026 pages= 262 pages
does it mean... (0 Replies)
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My problem is next....
How can I work with physical memory in the Unix FreeBSD 2.2 or hight?
What is the "mem" & "kmem" drivers?
P.S./ writing device driver for UNIX FreeBSD 2.2 :D (2 Replies)
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