load of ram

load of ram

Post by Kare » Fri, 04 Jul 2003 19:05:46


for a long time we want to detect what is the ram load.

Now my question:
Is there an easy way, to get the information for the size of a user job?
Is the output from ps-elf (SZ size=user process??) ok?
We use AIX 5.1, what is the required size for the operating system?
Ist there any use for file caching etc.

Thanks for all hints


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