Total procs, avg size (RSS) and Total mem use

ps awwwux | grep httpd | grep -v grep | awk '{mem = $6; tot = $6 + tot; total++} END{printf("Total procs: %d\nAvg Size: %d KB\nTotal Mem Used: %f GB\n", total, mem / total, tot / 1024 / 1024)}'

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By: bpfx
2009-02-05 14:19:51

What Others Think

This will be quite inaccurate, not handling shared mem at all. On linux to find the actual RAM being used try: http://www.pixelbeat.org/scripts/ps_mem.py
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