I wanted to know of how to find memory occupied by a process using top command. I checked in help using man command and it says the syntax should be like,
where N1 is the process id, PID.
But when I gave this command using a particular PID, there was no relevant output. Also, please let me know of some other method of finding memory occupied by a process other than the top command.
I hope, my question is clear.
Please revert with the reply to my query.
Yes, you posted it there
and have recived constructive responses.
You also asked what is essentially the same question just a couple of hours before that one as well:
and have an active discussion in that one too.
This third post is locked because you are now starting to splatter the inquiry all over the place.
Stop doing that. Work those earlier threads and you will eventually get some sort of answer you can understand.