Source: smem
Severity: wishlist

smem is really helpful, in particular to find our swap-hungry processes, but the
line length is rather limitd (80 chars?) and so the process names are truncated
make it harder to immediately see what is the instance eating away the memory
(ok one can grab the pid and ps aux | grep that but it's another step, and the
process name is already printed by smem). so having a cli option or supporting
COLUMNS env var would be great


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