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Old 05-01-2016, 09:04 AM   #1
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Question Need help on NMON for Memory Utilization

I have run the utility nmon in aix 6.1, and found memory utilization is 99.9% in physical.

and pressed h key and then t , in that it is not showing single process which is consuming heavy memory resources. please help me how to find out actual memory utilization.

wheather 99% is real memory utilization
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Memory is expensive. Isn't it good that it's being used?
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