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Old 07-25-2008, 04:01 AM   #16
viku003
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Swap usage


Hi,

Donot make the swap partition over 2 GB. First check the swap partition, mounted in the drive with the help of fdisk -l; df -h (partition name) command.

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Hello,

I have a Red Hat database server that has some processes hitting the swap space pretty heavily. I know I can use top to see what percentage of Memory certain processes are using, but I was wodering if there is a way to see how much Swap certain process are using. If anyone knows a way to do this by either percentage or units on a specific PID, that would great.

Thanks!

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