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Old 09-23-2003, 01:39 AM   #1
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Swapped out memory size


I am working on finding out the memory usage of my application for past few todays.

I too posted some question's here earlier.

Ok now i come to know that the
Memory Usage = Resident size + Swaped out memory size of the particular process.

I can get the Resident set size through ps command.

I want to know , how i can find the Swapped out memory size of the particular process.

second question

As my application spawn's 'n' threads , to calculate memory usage , whether, i need to consider all the threads or the memory usage of the parent process is enough.

Pl. help me

Thanks in advance


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