Real Memmory /Virtual Memory /Physical Memory Accountancy.

Real Memmory /Virtual Memory /Physical Memory Accountancy.

Post by Samik Na » Wed, 05 Sep 2001 18:43:05



Dear Forum!
Any kind person to respond?

I used this program:

#include <stdio.h>
#include <sys/pstat.h>
main()
{
struct pst_static buf;
struct pst_dynamic dyn;
pstat_getstatic(&buf,sizeof(struct pst_static),1,0);
pstat_getdynamic(&dyn,sizeof(struct pst_dynamic),1,0);
printf("Total  Page Size=%dB\n",buf.page_size);
printf("Total  Phys memory=%dMB\n",buf.page_size/1024*buf.physical_memory/1024);
printf("Total  Virt memory=%dMB\n",buf.page_size/1024*dyn.psd_vm/1024);
printf("Active Virt memory=%dMB\n",buf.page_size/1024*dyn.psd_avm/1024);
printf("Total  Real memory=%dMB\n",buf.page_size/1024*dyn.psd_rm/1024);
printf("Active Real memory=%dMB\n",buf.page_size/1024*dyn.psd_arm/1024);
printf("Free        memory=%dMB\n",buf.page_size/1024*dyn.psd_free/1024);

Quote:}

Output is:

Page Size=4096B
Total  Phys memory=2047MB
Total  Virt memory=597MB
Active Virt memory=333MB
Total  Real memory=665MB
Active Real memory=352MB
Free        memory=263MB

I use HP-UX Release 11.0.

What is it's interpretation? How can I obtain 2047 MB using other
parameters?
Like Total Phys Memory = Total Real Memory + Total Free Memory or
something like that....
Virtual Memory - Does it have any share in RAM? I knew that it is the
disk space
getting used.
If real memory is 665MB Far less compared to Total Phys Memory then
why
there is some figure in the account head of Active Virual Memory? I am
confused...

I did man vmstat ..It did not said avm - actual virtual pages ..show
shall
I multiply the shown figure with Page Size=4096B? No where unit is
mentioned
in HP-UX 11.0 documentation.

Waiting eagerly for your reply.

Cheers!
Samik Nath

 
 
 

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