2 Replies Latest reply: Feb 8, 2013 1:08 PM by 989847 RSS

    where is the rest of my memory prstat -aL

    989847
      Hi experts,

      I am running out of memory on the system due to paging and, when I run "prstat -aL" the sum of RSS column does not add up. Where is the rest of my memory? Any pointers appreciated. Here is the data

      prstat -aL
      PID USERNAME SIZE RSS STATE PRI NICE TIME CPU PROCESS/LWPID
      22712 ooracle 49G 5012M sleep 50 0 161:22:33 1.4% oracle/1
      29681 oracle 49G 41G sleep 50 0 0:03:52 1.2% oracle/1
      13729 oracle 49G 41G sleep 59 0 0:04:21 1.2% oracle/1
      21163 oracle 49G 41G cpu525 0 0 0:00:27 0.8% oracle/1
      17744 oracle 49G 41G sleep 0 0 0:05:30 0.8% oracle/1
      11487 oracle 49G 41G cpu8 0 0 0:05:24 0.7% oracle/1
      20847 root 25M 25M cpu513 34 0 0:00:09 0.6% prstat/1
      28068 oracle 49G 18G sleep 50 0 29:28:59 0.6% oracle/1
      24000 oracle 49G 41G sleep 59 0 0:11:24 0.5% oracle/1
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      NLWP USERNAME SWAP RSS MEMORY TIME CPU
      17781 oracle 84G 62G 65% 396:49:37 22%
      492 root 548M 238M 0.2% 134:07:08 1.1%
      5 usern 7096K 11M 0.0% 0:37:23 0.1%
      1 userm 1360K 5336K 0.0% 0:00:00 0.0%
      4 userb 3056K 5904K 0.0% 0:00:07 0.0%
      4 userj 4616K 5672K 0.0% 0:00:06 0.0%
      4 usera 3952K 6568K 0.0% 0:00:09 0.0%
      1 smmsp 2584K 4384K 0.0% 0:01:14 0.0%
      19 daemon 11M 6024K 0.0% 0:53:21 0.0%

      Total: 2182 processes, 18311 lwps, load averages: 13.73, 14.41, 16.13

      When I add the RSS column should it total to my physical memory on the system. I have 80GB RAM on the system