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How to find memory occupied using top command

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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,

 

top –pN1

 

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.


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