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Re: Is there any way to report mem usage?

by ryan (Pilgrim)
on Feb 20, 2001 at 14:01 UTC ( #59623=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Is there any way to report mem usage?

If you are meaning the memory used by your program then there was talk of this here

If you are talking of the system in general then I might do something crude like this with the /proc file system:

$meminfo=`cat /proc/meminfo | grep "^Mem: "`; $meminfo =~ s/^Mem\:\W+//; ($total, $used, $free, $shared, $buffered, $cached) = split(/\W+/,$mem +info,6);

Then you have the 2nd line of /proc/meminfo in 6 variables and can write them out to whatever log you want. There are modules to deal with /proc but I can't find anything to return memory information, only individual process attributes.

I'm not fantastic at coding, just thought I'd give it a try, I'm sure there is a quicker way - but that is how I would do it with my current knowledge :) I guess this could break if the format of /proc/meminfo was ever changed.

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