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How much RAM is Apache using?

Terminal - How much RAM is Apache using?
ps -o rss -C httpd | tail -n +2 | (sed 's/^/x+=/'; echo x) | bc
2009-07-31 15:15:08
Functions: echo ps sed tail
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How much RAM is Apache using?

Display the amount of memory used by all the httpd processes. Great in case you are being Slashdoted!

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Is this K bite, or K byte or what? :)

Comment by tiagocruz 312 weeks and 3 days ago
man ps

...

rss RSS resident set size, the non-swapped physical memory that a task has used (in kiloBytes). (alias rssize, rsz).

...

Comment by ricardoarguello 312 weeks and 3 days ago

See also: http://www.pixelbeat.org/scripts/ps_mem.py

Comment by pixelbeat 312 weeks and 3 days ago

Depends on the version of ps as -C is not always for matching command names or even a valid option.

Comment by drizzt 312 weeks and 3 days ago

or per pid:

ps -ylC httpd | awk '{print $8}' | sed '1d'

Comment by unixx 312 weeks and 3 days ago

Estrange:

# ps -o rss -C httpd | tail -n +2 | (sed 's/^/x+=/'; echo x) | bc

1719572

So... 1719572 KB ~= 1679.26 MB?

# ./ps_mem.py | grep http

Private + Shared = RAM used Program

350.1 MiB + 7.2 MiB = 357.3 MiB httpd (201)

What's correct number? :/

Comment by tiagocruz 312 weeks and 3 days ago

This worked best for me. But I don't have bc installed.

ps -ylC httpd | awk '{print $8}' | sed '1d' | awk '{ total += $1 }END{ print total }'

Comment by rkaneknight 83 weeks and 6 days ago

Your point of view

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